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International Seminar | Changes and Continuities in Post-2008 Finance

27 Jun / 28 Jun das 10:00 às 00:00

The Research Centre for Economic and Organizational Sociology of ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics and Management (CSG/SOCIUS-ISEG) is proud to announce its upcoming International Seminar "
Changes and Continuities in Post-2008 Finance" and presentation of the book "The Routledge Companion to Banking Regulation and Reform", edited by Ismail Erturk and Daniela Gabor (Routledge, 2017).


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27 June, 17:00 (ISEG, Terrace of Quelhas New Building 1)

Presentation of the book
The Routledge Companion to Banking Regulation and Reform, edited by Ismail Erturk and Daniela Gabor (Routledge, 2017) by José Dias Lopes w/ Ismail Erturk and Daniel Seabra Lopes

28 June, 9h45 (ISEG, Auditorium 4, Quelhas New Building)

International Seminar
Changes and Continuities in Post-2008 Finance


I. Presentation of the event / project (9:45-10:00)




II. Money, Credit and the Creation of New Markets (10:00-11:45)

Steffen Dalsgaard (IT Institut of Copenhagen):
Commoditization of Absence: The Virtual-material Dynamic of the Making of Carbon Credit

Sandra Coelho (ISEG-University of Lisbon):
How Finance became Post-human: An Ethnography of Revolutionary Dreams of post-Blockchain Technology

Inês Faria (ISEG-University of Lisbon):
Banking, Innovation and Blockchains: notes from the Netherlands

Moderator: Valerio Simoni (CRIA)

Coffee-break (11:45-12:00)

III. Keynote Speaker (12:00-13:00) 

Ismail Erturk (Manchester Business School):
Still Socially Useless Banking: Financialised Business Models of Banks and Cognitively Defective Bank Regulation in Post-crisis Era

Lunch: 13:00-14:30

IV. Panel: Finance and the Political-Regulatory Complex (14:30-16:15)

Daniel Seabra Lopes (ISEG-University of Lisbon):
Commissioned to Inquire: Politicians in the Face of Finance

Ana Cordeiro Santos (CES-University of Coimbra):
Cultivating the self-reliant and responsible individual: the material culture of financial literacy

José Dias Lopes (ISEG-University of Lisbon):
The Financial Crisis and the Research Agenda on Banking Regulation and Supervision

Moderator: Inês Faria (ISEG-University of Lisbon)

Coffee-break (16:15-16:30)

V. Keynote (16:30-17:30)

Christina Garsten (University of Stockholm):
Shaping futures: anticipatory knowledge, evidence, and narratives of futurity in think tanks


Entrance is free. Please register to the e-mail:
eurofinance@socius.iseg.ulisboa.pt.