Finance and Society

Finance and Society is a new open-access academic journal devoted to interrogating the social substance of finance.

For a post-disciplinary finance studies

Finance and Society is a new open-access academic journal devoted to interrogating the social substance of finance. We published our first two issues in June and December of 2015. You can read more about our aims and scope here, or in our inaugural editorial. In 2016 we will be publishing two special issues, on Art and finance and the Ethics of debt respectively. We also have a further call for papers out and will be hosting a major conference in London (see below).

Conference on Intersections of finance and society

To be held on 3-4 November 2016 at City University London, UK
Organised by Martijn Konings (Sydney) and Amin Samman (City)
For more information please visit the conference website.

Special issue on Security and finance

To be published as vol. 3, no. 1 (2017)
Guest edited by John Morris (UCL) and Mariana Santos (Durham)
PDF version of the call for papers available here.

In addition to these special issues, we are also keen to receive submissions for future general issues. For details on general submissions see our instructions for authors. We also warmly invite proposals for future special issues and suggestions for fora on emerging themes or ground-breaking new publications.

Sincerely,

The editors

Nina Boy (Peace Research Institute Oslo)
Angus Cameron (University of Leicester)
Nathan Coombs (University of Edinburgh)
Amin Samman (City University London)