02-March-21 – Jessie Poon: Geographies of financial regulation: the rise of regulatory capitalism

On the 2nd March 2021 (11h-12h GMT) Jessie Poon of the University at Buffalo presented “Regulation and Financial Organizational Capacity: Evidence from US and Singapore” to the FinGeo Virtual Semainr Series. The event was be chaired by Karen Lai (Durham University). Jessie Poon is Professor of Geography at the University at Buffalo, New York. She […]

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2021/02/16 – Vladimír Pažitka (Oxford): Financial centres in investment banking networks: insights from five years of early career research

Vladimír Pažitka started working at the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, as a research assistant in May 2015, before beginning his doctoral studies later that year. In addition to his doctoral thesis, he has worked on several additional research projects and by the time he defended his doctoral thesis in June […]

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2020/11/25-26 — “Evolving Geographies of FinTech” (FinGeo online workshop)

Full programme here Registration here The workshop will take place online via Zoom. Please register via the link above by 23rd November 2020. After registration you will receive a personal link that will grant you access to the workshop. The Global Network of Financial Geography (FinGeo) Online Workshop 25th  November 2020 (13:00-17:00 GMT) and 26th […]

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2020/10/31 – Call for papers: AAG 2021 Seattle + virtual “Real Estate, Finance and Urban Development”

Please find below four sessions on real estate (incl. housing), finance and urban development at the American Association of Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting, Seattle + virtual, April 7-11, 2021, https://www2.aag.org/aagannualmeeting/. We had planned four sessions last year but cancelled all of them for obvious reasons. This time, we hope to be able to organize one or […]

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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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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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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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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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2019/11/26-28: Financialization and Development in the Global South, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Call for papers: Financialization and Development in the Global South Conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from 26 to 28 November 2019 From 26 to 28 November 2019, SOMO, Centro Cultural de la Cooperación Floreal Gorini and the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), with scholars from the University of Buenos Aires and the University […]

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2019/05/27 – Brisbane, AUS – The 7th FinGeo Seminar, Financial Geography Down Under

Finance is undoubtedly one of the most globalised and networked phenomena in the world, yet it continues to display enormous geographical diversity in its operation and outcomes. In order to understand finance in its complexity, a global research network with a distinctly geographical approach is required. Griffith Centre for Personal Finance and Superannuation is delighted […]

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