Economic Geography, geographies of money and finance, Marxism, financial crisis
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#1 Sep 3, 2012
How are attitudes towards money and finance changing since the financial crisis of 2008-2009?
- How have financial institutions changed since the financial crisis?
- Does the financial crisis cause us to re-evaluate free markets and question neo-classical/capitalist structures?
- How has research into geographies of money and finance changed over the past decade?
In the aftermath of the financial crisis how can a Marxist approach help us re-evaluate the financial system and institutions and what can be done more effectively in the future?
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