Money and Borders (by Mariana Santos and David Bassens)

– Mariana Santos and David Bassens – The constitutive importance of space to money and financial relations and practices has been widely documented by financial geographers of multiple theoretical inspirations. Taking critical stock of this bourgeoning field, our paper proposes an analytic of ‘borders’ as productive way to engage with the various entanglements between money […]

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CFP: “Evolving Geographies of FinTech” – FinGeo online workshop (25-26 November 2020)

!!! REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW OPEN & FULL PROGRAMME IS AVAILABLE – CLICK HERE !!! Convened by: David Bassens (Brussels) Reijer Hendrikse (Brussels) Karen Lai (Durham) Dariusz Wójcik (Oxford) This workshop, to be held 1-5pm GMT on 25th November and 8-12am GMT on 26th November, will bring together a global audience of academics, industry practitioners and regulators […]

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2 x Research Associate in Finance and Geography – University of Oxford [Deadline 1st of October]

The School of Geography and the Environment is seeking to appoint two Research Associates in Finance and Geography to contribute to the project led by Professor Dariusz Wójcik entitled ‘Cities in Global Financial Networks: Financial and Business Services and Development in the 21st Century’ (acronym CityNet). The project has received funding from the European Research […]

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FinGeo AGM – 5th of October 2020, 1pm BST

Dear Friends and Colleagues, We are very much delighted to invite to attend the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Global Network on Financial Geography (FinGeo) to talk to us about FinGeo’s work this year and what we have in store for members in the years to come! Register in advance for the AGM here: […]

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Financialization and the authoritarian state: the case of Russia

– Anna Mishura and Svetlana Ageeva Financialization as a global process can take on specific forms in economy with a state that has signs of authoritarianism. In Russia the state-led financialization has been taking place largely through the domestic banking sector and the realm of “digital financialization”. It manifests in growing financial inclusion, digitalization, remote […]

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FinGeo Forum – Doing financial geography research during and after COVID-19

Session 1: Wednesday 8 July 2020 1700-1800 BST / 1200-1300 EDT Register for this session at: https://forms.gle/usqpCyxS7CSVodtM9 Session 2: Thursday 9 July 2020 0900-1000 BST / 1600-1700 SGT Register for this session at: https://forms.gle/w1jMAgq5A6AxXjDj7 The Global Network on Financial Geography (FinGeo) invites you to join us for ‘FinGeo Forum: Doing financial geography research during and after COVID-19’. The Forum will be […]

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Geofinance between national and firm internationalization strategies: an analysis of the Italian banking system across borders 

– Silvia Grandi and Christian Sellar – The relationship between governmental economic policies, the international strategies of banks, and firms’ internationalization is an intriguing phenomenon which is not yet fully investigated by financial geographers. Our paper analyzes the geographical patterns of Italian banks’ international network in order to answer the following research questions: 1) What are […]

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FinGeo Doctoral Dissertation Prize 2020 – Apply by 1st of June 2020!

  Sponsored by The European Financial Geography Network EUFINGEO, Vrije Universiteit Brussels The Global Network on Financial Geography (FinGeo) seeks to award its Dissertation Prize to an outstanding dissertation in the field of financial geography. While we seek to attract dissertations with a clear spatial component, we wish to encourage applications from a range of […]

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