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Do. 12.05.2022
bis Fr. 13.05.2022

Financial Peripheries: Elite and Everyday Finance in the Global South

Research on the sociology and political economy of money and finance has dramatically expanded over the past several decades. However, this literature remains strongly focused on developments in wealthy countries, metropolitan financial hubs, and haut finance. Trends affecting developing and emerging markets have received less attention, despite the ambition to produce accounts of financial globalization. This is not for lack of relevance: financial crises, exchange rate instability, high inflation, “exotic” monetary policies, and other phenomena have long characterized the financial situation of the emerging economies, particularly Latin America and Eastern Europe.

This workshop will explore the relevance of new work on these contexts to the recent economic sociology and political economy of money and finance, serving as the first step towards a thematic special issue of Finance and Society.

Wann

12.05.2022
bis 13.05.2022
09:00 Uhr

Wo

Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Paulstr. 3, 50676 Köln

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MPIfG – Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung

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