Ten years have passed since the 2008 Global Financial Crisis rocked financial markets, and contemporary academic and public debates are still shaped by the aftereffects. Scholarship since the GFC has grappled with the political economy that led to the crisis, prompting a resurgence of empirical research.
The conference will bring together early career researchers working on empirical questions in political economy of finance.
See here for the call for papers and submission guidance, deadline 15 September.
This conference is by invitation only so we encourage Oxford University, Grand Union (ESRC), and INET YSI affiliated scholars and students to register their interest in attending (not presenting) the conference.