Editorial Team

 

Editors

Amin Samman – City, University of London, UK (Lead editor)
Nina Boy – Heidelberg University, Germany
Nathan Coombs – University of Edinburgh, UK

 

Associate editors

Sandy Hager – City, University of London, UK
Adam Hayes – Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Emily Rosamond – Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Leon Wansleben – Max Planck Institute Cologne, Germany

 

Book reviews editor / Social media account manager

Carola Westermeier – Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

 

Editorial advisory board

Daniel Beunza – Bayes Business School, UK
Christian Borch – Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Benjamin Braun – Max Planck Institute Cologne, Germany
Angus Cameron – Independent scholar, UK
Bruce Carruthers – Northwestern University, USA
Brett Christophers – Uppsala University, Sweden
Paul Crosthwaite – University of Edinburgh, UK
Christian de Cock – Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Christine Desan – Harvard Law School
Daniela Gabor – University of the West of England, UK
Marieke de Goede – University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Iain Hardie – University of Edinburgh, UK
Samuel Knafo – University of Sussex, UK
Peter Knight – University of Manchester, UK
Karin Knorr-Cetina – University of Chicago, USA
Martijn Konings – University of Sydney, Australia
Andreas Langenohl – University of Giessen, Germany
Paul Langley – Durham University, UK
Marc Lenglet – NEOMA Business School, France
Donald MacKenzie – University of Edinburgh, UK
Linsey McGoey – University of Essex, UK
Yuval Millo – University of Leicester, UK
Fabian Muniesa – Mines ParisTech, France
Anastasia Nesvetailova – City, University of London, UK
Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra – University of California San Diego, USA
Janet Roitman – The New School, USA
Carolyn Sissoko – University of the West of England, UK
Ute Tellmann – TU Darmstadt, Germany
Matthias Thiemann – Sciences Po Paris, France
Adam Tooze – Columbia University, USA
Duncan Wigan – Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
James Williams – York University, Canada

 

Published by Finance and Society in Edinburgh, United Kingdom, in association with the City Political Economy Research Centre (CITYPERC) at City, University of London, and the School of Social and Political Science at University of Edinburgh.