2019/09/15 – Beijing, China – First Global FinGeo Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS 1st FinGeo Global Conference 2019 Global Financial Shift? Mapping a Financialized World in Transformation Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China, September 15-18, 2019   The Global Network on Financial Geography (FinGeo), launched in 2015, has grown to an interdisciplinary membership of over 500 scholars and experts from over 50 countries around the world. […]

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2019/05/15 – Sao Paolo, Brazil – FinGeo’s 6th Global Seminar – Geography, Finance and Uneven Development

FinGeo’s 6th Global Seminar – Geography, Finance and Uneven Development, Sao Paolo, Brazil Place: Sao Paulo, Brazil Venue: University of São Paulo Event dates: 15th -17th  May 2019 Details & registration: http://fingeo2019.com/en/home/ Call for abstracts (250 to 300 words) on-line submission: http://fingeo2019.com/en/call-for-abstracts/ Call for abstracts – deadline: 11 February 2019 Notification of abstract acceptance: 25 February 2019 Email: fingeo2019@gmail.com The International Seminar on Geography, Finance […]

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2019/01/08 – Brussels, Belgium – European Commission Conference on “Promoting Sustainable Finance”

EC Conference on “Promoting Sustainable Finance”  January 8-9, 2019 – Brussels CALL FOR PAPERS The Technical Expert Group (TEG) on Sustainable Finance and the Community of Practice in Financial Research (CoPFiR), both set up by the European Commission, are pleased to announce a call for papers for a Conference on “Promoting Sustainable Finance”. The conference […]

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2019/04 – Washington, DC – Paper Sessions Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG)

Paper session proposal for the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG)–Washington D.C., April, 2019 Session title: Changing political geographies of finance Session co-organizers: Dr. Michael Urban and Dr. Stefanos Ioannou Session outline: This session aims to bring together studies on the interlocking relationship between financial markets, financial institutions, politics and regulation. Recognising […]

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