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A Modest Proposal at Futures of Finance and Society_University of Edinburgh

Ten years on from the global financial crisis, the settlement between finance and society remains ambiguous. Regulation has been tightened in traditional areas like banking, against a backdrop of fiscal austerity and the proliferation of new monies, financial platforms and investment vehicles. Building on the success of our previous ‘Intersections of finance and society’ conferences, ‘Futures of finance and society’ asks what new social, organisational and political forms are emerging and what direction they should take. Panel:Aesthetics of finance Friday 7 December, 1:30-3:00 PM Mark Curran: Normalising deviance & the construction of THE MARKET Katleen Vermeir and Ronny Heiremans: A modest proposal (in a Black Box) Luke Mason: Equity: the genealogy of a malleable concept, and how to rethink our assumptions Emily Rosamond: Reputation and surveillance capitalist aesthetics Organizers: Nathan Coombs and Tod Van Gunten Practical: 6-7 December, 2018 University of Edinburgh Address: The Old Medical School (doorway 3) The University of Edinburgh, Teviot Place, Edinburgh EH8 9AG