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[IIPPE 2014] Financialisation Working Group

CfPs IIPPE Financialisation Working Group The Fifth Annual Conference in Political Economy. Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”, Naples, Italy  16 to 18 September, 2014   Over the last three decades developed and developing economies have gone through significant structural transformations under the ever increasing influence of finance. In critical political economy, the resultant mode of accumulation, and its corresponding social effects, have been analysed under the heading of financialisation and neoliberalism.  Whether the financial crisis that started in 2008 was the end or only an interruption to financialisati...

Current Members

Main Working Papers Members Future Activities Past Events Reading List Links Current Members Thanasis Argyriou is a Ph.D student at the UADphilEcon doctoral program of the Department of Economics, University of Athens, Greece. His thesis examines the accumulation of foreign assets and the relevant transformations of the capitalist mode of production. His research interests include Marxist Political Economy, the Political Economy of the Eurozone and the Measurement of Absolute Poverty. Yiannis Bassiakos is an Assistant Professor at the University of Athens, Department of Economics. He teaches Statistics and his research is ...

[Conference 2013 CfP] Financialisation Working Group

Call For Papers: IIPPE Financialisation Working Group The Fourth Annual Conference in Political Economy. Institute for Social Studies, Erasmus University, the Hague, the Netherlands, 9 to 11 July, 2013   Financialisation refers to the phenomenon of  finance playing an ever more significant role in economic life. This phenomenon is related to  the structural transformation of capitalist economies and the  accompanying  social effects. In the wake of the crisis, this has become an  increasingly prominent area of research in the field of political economy. Yet, there is still no broad consensus on the exact meaning of the term. Unsurpr...