“FUTUR€$ – Prospective Money and Money’s Prospects” Conference, 24-26 September 2015, University of Basel, Switzerland
September 8, 2015
Dear Colleagues to whom this is of interest,
The Conference “FUTUR€$ – Prospective Money and Money’s Prospects” will take place from 24-26 September 2015 at the University of Basel, Switzerland.
In February we circulated a CfP for social-scientific contributions on the past, present, and future(s) of money, and got an overwhelming response of cutting-edge submissions. Three panels on the nature of money, the “Euro crisis”, and new monetary technologies will complement a stream of talks from leading scholars. A further highlight is the evening roundtable assembling a theologian, an anthropologist, a political economist and an investment banker (Christoph Fleischmann, Keith Hart, Dimitris Sotiropoulos, and Rainer Voss) to reflect on the problematic role played by money at our present political-economic juncture.
The speakers (from academia, practice, activism and media) are:
– Massimo Amato (Bocconi University, Milan)
– Eske Bockelmann (TU Chemnitz)
– Philipp Degens (University of Cologne)
– Christoph Deutschmann (University of Tübingen)
– Josué Quintana Diaz (University of Frankfurt)
– Nigel Dodd (London School of Economics)
– Rachel O’Dwyer (Trinity College Dublin)
– Elena Esposito (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)
– Lorenzo Esposito (Bank of Italy, Rome)
– Luca Fantacci (Bocconi University, Milan)
– Christoph Fleischmann (Journalist)
– Keith Hart (London School of Economics & University of Pretoria)
– Joseph Huber (University of Halle)
– Klaus Kraemer (University of Graz)
– Duncan Lindo (University of Leeds)
– Bill Maurer (University of California, Irvine)
– Giuseppe Mastromatteo (Catholic University, Milan)
– Michael Rafferty (University of Sydney)
– Robert Seyffert (University of Konstanz)
– Dimitris Sotiropoulos (Open University Business School, UK)
– Ute Tellmann (University of Hamburg)
– Rainer Voss (from the film “Master of the Universe”)
– Beat Weber (National Bank of Austria OeNB, Vienna).
For more information, the conference programme, and abstracts, please visit http://www.futuresconference.info. Attendance is 30.00 CHF (15.00 CHF for students) for the full three days.
We – Axel Paul, Phil Mader, Cornelius Moriz, José Colón – would be delighted to welcome you to Basel.