30/05/2018 FinGeo Spring School

FinGeo Spring School 2018 FinGeo Spring School 30 May – 2 June 2018 Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium The First FINGEO Spring School aimed to immerse Early Career scholars to effectively understand and analyse the inherently socio-spatially uneven nature of financialization in Europe. The FINGEO Spring School offers an Early Career program aimed at advanced methodological […]

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2021/03/30 – Raquel Rolnik: Post 2008 financialized housing geographies: from above, from below

On the 30th March 2021, 13h-14h BST, Raquel Rolnik (University of Sao Paulo) will present to the FinGeo Virtual Seminar Series. Raquel’s talk is entitled: “Post 2008 financialized housing geographies: from above, from below” and the session will be chaired by Dariusz Wójcik (Uni Oxford). Please register (for free) at the Regional Studies Assoc. website: […]

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2021/03/16 – Vincent Guermond: Remittances and Financial Inclusion: Contested Geographies of Marketisation in Senegal and Ghana

On the 16th March 2021,  Vincent Guermond (Royal Holloway) presented to the FinGeo Virtual Seminar Series. His talk was entitled : “Remittances and Financial Inclusion: Contested Geographies of Marketisation in Senegal and Ghana”. The session was chaired by David Bassens (VUB).   Vincent Guermond is a Research Associate at Royal Holloway, University of London. He […]

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CfP – 2021 RSA Regions in Recovery e-festival (special session) – FINancial GEOgraphies of regional and urban recovery

FinGeo will be hosting a special session (SS34 FINGEO) at the 2021 RSA regions in Recovery e-festival (2-18 June 2021) and invite scholars to submit papers. Click here to submit an abstract, please choose the session (SS34 FINGEO) from the Gateway Theme during the submission process. Abstract submission deadline now extended to 31st March 2021 […]

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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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2021 FinGeo Virtual Seminar Series 1 (Feb – Mar)

Please register on the RSA website: https://www.regionalstudies.org/events/fingeo-2021/ Coming up in 2021: FinGeo Virtual Seminar Series  The Global Network on Financial Geography (FinGeo) is delighted to announce the launch of our Virtual Seminar Series in 2021. This will be a 3-part series taking place next year in February-March, May-July, and September-November. The seminars will take place […]

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Call for Papers – Warwick Critical Finance: Manuscript development workshop 2.0

Call for Papers – Warwick Critical Finance: Manuscript development workshop 2.0 For Early Career Researchers, writing and publishing journal papers is an essential, yet often daunting, task. How to set up your original research and speak to existing debates? How to tailor your writing to specific journals? Our manuscript development workshop is an attempt to […]

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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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