Press release: F&S – New to Cambridge for 2024

Press release from Cambridge University Press.
8 December 2023.


Cambridge University Press is pleased to announce that it will publish Finance and Society from January 2024, in partnership with the Finance and Society Network.


Finance and Society is a cross-disciplinary journal dedicated to interrogating the central role of finance in contemporary society. The journal fosters dialogue between established and emerging perspectives on finance and society, and it is committed to publishing the full range of theoretical and empirical research in this area. Finance and Society is fast establishing itself as the ‘go-to’ journal for anyone studying finance from outside of the narrow confines of conventional economics and finance theory.


Editor-in-Chief, Amin Samman, says: “We are delighted to be partnering with Cambridge University Press. Since launching in 2015, Finance and Society has provided an open access platform for innovative research on finance from across the social sciences and humanities. The partnership comes at a perfect time, as the cross-disciplinary study of finance is now booming. We are excited to continue supporting and shaping the field over the years ahead.”


Cambridge University Press HSS Publishing Director, Daniel Pearce, says: “We are thrilled to be partnering with the Finance and Society Network to publish the journal Finance and Society. It is our immense privilege to have the opportunity to work with the journal as it continues to evolve and contribute to an exciting and significant field of inquiry.”


The readership of Finance and Society is diverse along a number of axes; it is cross-disciplinary, genuinely global in scope thanks to its gold open access status, and includes non-academics and practitioners. A reader of Finance and Society is anyone who wants to understand the central role of finance in contemporary society.


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