The Euro is (probably) dead, long live Europe!
Posted by Angus Cameron in School of Business Blog on January 28, 2015
Amidst the occasionally apocalyptic commentaries on the likely consequences of Greece’s recent general election results, Angus Cameron, the Deputy Director of School, drives a wedge between the potential loss of the Euro and the historical ‘project’ of Europe Syriza’s victory has stimulated renewed speculation that Greece might withdraw from the Euro, putting the entire European […]
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What can Critics of Management and Critics of Economics learn from each other?
Posted by Neil Lancastle in School of Business Blog on February 19, 2014
Neil Lancastle, one of the School’s current PhD students, brings his experience of curricular reform in economics to bear upon the promises (and problems) of being “critical” in a School of Management. Early in my PhD studies I was fortunate enough to read the sort of economic work which can now rightly claim to have […]
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What are Social Studies of Finance (SSF)?
Posted by Yuval Millo in School of Business Blog on November 8, 2013
Yuval Millo joined the School of Management in September 2012 as Professor of Social Studies of Finance and Accounting. He is a leading figure in the emergent field of Social Studies of Finance, a field which Juan Felipe Espinosa Cristia, a PhD Researcher at the School, interviewed him about very recently. Within this series of four […]
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged Accounting, Actor Network Theory, Algorithmic Trading, Bruno Latour, Economic Crisis, Finance, Financial Crisis, High Frequency Trading, Market Devices, Michel Callon, Performativity, Risk, Social Network Analysis, Social Studies of Finance (SSF), Trading, Working Group on Responsible Innovation in Finance, Yuval Millo | Leave a response