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Big Capital by Anna Minton

I expected more of a call to arms from the reviews around this book but what I found instead was a well researched, fascinating and disturbing account of the effect of current housing policies in London on its residents. 82 more words

Book Review

Call for papers for special issue: The rise of multiple property ownership in times of late homeownership.

I’m editing a special issue in the International Journal of Housing Policy together with Cody Hochstenbach (University of Amsterdam) and Christian Lennartz (Rabobank NL). The call is available below: 528 more words

Research

Cultures of Financialization out in paperback

Palgrave Macmillan has released a paperback verison of my 2014 book Cultures of Financialization: Fictitious Capital in Popular Culture and Everyday Life.

News

oftwominds-Charles Hugh Smith: The Endgame of Financialization: Stealth Nationalization

Now do you see why the those two ‘nut jobs’ Ron and Rand Paul want to end the Fed?

https://charleshughsmith.blogspot.rs/2017/10/the-endgame-of-financialization-stealth.html

As you no doubt know, central banks don’t actually print money and toss it out of helicopters; they create a digital liability and use this new currency to buy assets such as bonds and stocks.  150 more words

Study Questions for Article on »Financialization as Strategy« Courtesy of Dirk Bezemer

Today I received a surprising and pleasant e-mail by Dirk Bezemer from University of Groningen in the Netherlands. He had come across the recently published article of Sebastian Botzem and myself on “ 297 more words

Teaching OS

What does the wisdom of the market tell us about the Fintech bubble question?

Markets going through disruption tend to be a bit manic depressive, with headlines alternating between:

“Its a bubble, the big crash is coming, sell sell sell…

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WealthTech

Turning a Research Paper into a Teaching Case: Study Questions on »Financialization as Strategy«

Today I received a surprising and pleasant e-mail by Dirk Bezemer from University of Groningen in the Netherlands. He had come across the recently published article of Sebastian Botzem and myself on “ 288 more words

Financial Reporting Standards