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Research Network on Geographies of Finance and Post-Socialist Transformations

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Members of the Network are involved in producing high-calibre publications and presenting their work to various international audiences. Examples of recent work include:

Aalbers, M.B. (2009) Geographies of the financial crisis.  Area 41(1): 34-42.

Aalbers, M.B. (2009) The globalization and europeanization of mortgage markets. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 33(2): 389-410.

Aalbers, M.B. (2009) The sociology and geography of mortgage markets: Reflections on the financial crisis. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 23(2): 281-290.

Aalbers, M.B. (2009) Wrong assumptions in the financial crisis. Critical Perspectives on International Business 5(1/2): 94-97.

Birch, K, and Mykhnenko, V., (eds.) (2010) The rise and fall of neoliberalism: the collapse of an economic order?. London & New York: Zed Books.

Bradshaw, M. and Stenning, A. (eds) (2004) East Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union: The Post-Socialist States, London: Prentice Hall.

Engelen, E. (2003) The logic of funding European pension restructuring and the dangers of financialization. Environment and Planning A, 35: 1357–1372.

Engelen, E. and Grote, M. H. (2009) Stock exchange virtualisation and the decline of second tier financial centres-the cases of Amsterdam and Frankfurt. Journal of EconomicGeography, doi:10.1093/jeg/lbp027.

Engelen, E., Erturk, I., Froud, J., Leaver, A., Williams, K. (2009) Financial innovation: frame, conjuncture and bricolage. CRESC Working Paper #59, University of Manchester.

Erturk, I., Froud, J., Johal, S., Leaver, A., Williams, K. (eds) (2008) Financialization at Work: Key Texts and Commentary, London: Routledge.

French, S. and Leyshon, A., (2010) 'These f@#king guys': The terrible waste of a good crisis. Environment & Planning A, 42(11), 2549-2559.

French, S., Leyshon, A., Thrift, N. (2009) A very geographical crisis: the making and breaking of the 2007–2008 financial crisis. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 2: 1–17.

French, S., Leyshon, A., Wainwright, T. (2012) Financializing space: spacing financialisation. Progress in Human Geography. 36(1).

Gál, Z. (2010) The Golden Age of Local Banking - The Hungarian Banking Network in the Early 20th Century. Budapest: Gondolat Kiadó. 202 p.

Gorzelak, G. and Goh, C-C. (eds) (2010) Financial Crisis in Central and Eastern Europe: From Similarity to Diversity, Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar.

Lee, R. (2003) The marginalisation of everywhere emerging geographies of emerging markets. In J. Peck and H. W. Yeung (eds) Remaking the global economy, pp. 61–82. Thousand Oaks, London, New Delhi: Sage.

Lee, R. (2006) The ordinary economy. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 413–432.

Lee, R., Clark, G., Pollard, J. and Leyshon A. (2009) The remit of financial geography - before and after the crisis. Journal of Economic Geography, 9(5), 723-747.

Mykhnenko, V. and Swain, A., (2010) Ukraine’s diverging space-economy: The Orange revolution, post-soviet development models and regional trajectories. European Urban and Regional Studies, 17(2), 141-165.

Smith, A. and Swain, A. (2010) The Global Economic Crisis, Eastern Europe, and the Former Soviet Union: Models of Development and the Contradictions of Internationalization.  Eurasian Geography and Economics, 51(1), 1-34.

Sokol, M. (2007) 'Space of flows, uneven regional development and the geography of financial services in Ireland'. Growth and Change, Vol. 38, No. 2, June 2007, pp.224-259.

Sokol, M. (2010) 'Financial Crisis in Central and Eastern Europe: From Similarity to Diversity' (book review), Regional Studies, 44:9, 1304 - 1305.

Sokol, M. and Rochovská, A. (2010), 'Post-socialism in crisis: forgotten geographies of finance?' Paper for the RSA Annual International Conference (Co-ordinated session 'After the Global Financial Crisis: Cities, Regions, and Sectors in East-Central Europe and the former USSR'), Pécs, Hungary, 24th-26th May.

Stenning, A., Smith A., Rochovska A. and Swiatek D. (2010) Credit, Debt, and Everyday Financial Practices: Low-Income Households in Two Postsocialist Cities. Economic Geography, 86(2), 119-145.

Swain, A., Mykhnenko, V. and French, S., (2010) The corruption industry and transition: Neoliberalising post-soviet space. In: Birch, K., Mykhnenko, V., eds. The rise and fall of neoliberalism: The collapse of an economic order?. Zed Books, pp. 112-132.

Theurillat, T., Corpataux, J., Crevoisier, O. (2010) Property Sector Financialization: The Case of Swiss Pension Funds (1992-2005), European Planning Studies, 18 (2), pp.189-212.

Wójcik, D. (2009) Financial centre bias in primary equity markets. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 2(2): 193-209.

Wójcik, D., Beaverstock, J., and Sidaway, J. (2007) European financial geographies. Growth and Change, 38(2): 167-173.


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