The Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute, Florence, is inviting applications for a research fellowship attached to a funded project on the memory of financial crisis:
This project explores the extent to which the memory or absence of memory, of previous financial crises can explain practices threatening the stability of the financial system. The project addresses four main questions: How are financial crises remembered? Has the memory of financial crises had an impact on the thinking and behaviour of financial actors? Has a ‘new’ financial elite emerged in the late twentieth and early twentyfirst century? What has been the legacy of the Global Financial Crisis?