The Rise of the Global Corporation and the Polarization of the Managerial Class in the US

By Ramaa Vasudevan, This article seeks to understand the sharp divergence in the earnings of top managerial executives in the US since the 1980s, within the historical context of the evolution and transformation of the corporate landscape through the 20th century. In particular, as US multinational corporations expanded their reach to the global market at … More The Rise of the Global Corporation and the Polarization of the Managerial Class in the US

Call for Chapters – Geobanking in the world-system: links between States’ geopolitical strategies, finance & globalization

Analyses of the financial system from various disciplines has yet to fully explore the connections between the geopolitical and geoeconomic discourses shaping States’ public finance and foreign policy, the role and localization of financial institutions and the evolution of international patterns of firms. Such topics are becoming increasingly relevant, as evidenced in a speech held … More Call for Chapters – Geobanking in the world-system: links between States’ geopolitical strategies, finance & globalization

Call For Papers: Fifth FinGeo Global Seminar – “European Spaces of Financialization”

Fifth FINGEO Global Seminar “European Spaces of Financialization” 28-29 May 2018 Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium *** Local Organizers: Manuel Aalbers (KU Leuven), David Bassens (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Reijer Hendrikse (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Michiel van Meeteren (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) Advisory Board: Sabine Dörry (LISER, Luxembourg), Gary Dymski (Leeds University), Karen Lai (National University Singapore), Martin … More Call For Papers: Fifth FinGeo Global Seminar – “European Spaces of Financialization”

Deindustrialization in the Granite State: monetary policy, financialization, & the loss of U.S. manufacturing jobs

By Marie Duggan. From Dollars&Sense: The central room is 65,000 square feet with a high ceiling. This room is noisy, with large machines emitting loud hums and whirrs. The machinists are dwarfed within the canyons between the rows of equipment. Many of the machines have plastic housings, so that each looks like a giant photocopier, … More Deindustrialization in the Granite State: monetary policy, financialization, & the loss of U.S. manufacturing jobs

New Book: Finance Capital Today – Corporations and Banks in the Lasting Global Slump

by François Chesnais. From Haymarket Books: Across the world, economic recovery, growth and investment are – at best – slow. At the same time, shares, derivatives and other financial instruments are traded in vast quantities with unprecedented rapidity. In accounting for this divergence between the apparent fortunes of the underlying ‘real’ economy and the world … More New Book: Finance Capital Today – Corporations and Banks in the Lasting Global Slump