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FESSUD

Title
Financialisation, economy, society and sustainable development.
Funding
EC | FP7 | SP1 | SSH
Call
FP7-SSH-2010-1
Contract (GA) number
266800
Start Date
2011/12/01
End Date
2016/11/30
Open Access mandate
yes
Special Clause 39
yes
Organizations
HWR, PLS, UoA, UNIVERSITY OF PANNONIA, LUND, METU, UNIVLEEDS, UPV/EHU, UniSI, PUEB, CES, IG TUT, SOAS, Sciences Po, WITS UNIVERSITY
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  • Definancialising well-being: the case of housing

    Santos, Ana C.; Robertson, Mary (2016)
    Projects: EC | FESSUD (266800)
    This paper initiates discussion on how relevant areas of provision can be definancialised to combat inequities and uncertainties generated by financialisation. It does so by examining the housing system of provision as this is a domain that has contributed to households’ increasing involvement with financial markets, and finance’s expansion into adjacent domains of economic and social life. As analysis of the impact of financialisation and financial crisis required examining the ways in wh...

    Finance and crisis: Marxian, institutionalist and circuitist approaches

    Argitis, Georgios; Evans, Trevor; Michell, Jo; Toporowski, Jan (2014)
    Projects: EC | FESSUD (266800)
    Most mainstream neoclassical economists completely failed to anticipate the crisis which broke in 2007 and 2008. There is however a long tradition of economic analysis which emphasises how growth in a capitalist economy leads to an accumulation of tensions and results in periodic crises. This paper first reviews the work of Karl Marx who was one of the first writers to incorporate an analysis of periodic crisis in his analysis of capitalist accumulation. The paper then considers the approach ...

    Disentangling qualitative and quantitative central bank influence

    Hubert , Paul (2014)
    Projects: EC | FESSUD (266800)
    This paper proposes a dynamic statistical-discrimination model of job assignment and promotion which takes into account the endogeneity of human-capital investment and where the employer’s prior beliefs are self-fulfilling in equilibrium. The model shows that the equilibrium results from standard statistical-discrimination models may change when we account for discrimination/self-selection in hiring via the employer’s beliefs about worker expected quit rates and ability. The model is estimate...

    Transdisciplinary research: reflections on the study of finance and well-being

    Santos, Ana C. (2016)
    Projects: EC | FESSUD (266800)
    This paper reflects on the transdisciplinary nature of the work carried out under Work Package 5 [WP5] – Finance and well-being. It examines the research that has informed the conceptualisation and operationalisation of the survey that was implemented in five countries representative of different types of system in the EU – Germany, Poland, Portugal, Sweden and the UK. The survey aims were to help identify the nature, causes and consequences of recent household relationships with the financia...

    The Private Turn in Development Finance.

    Van Waeyenberge, Elisa (2015)
    Projects: EC | FESSUD (266800)
    The last few decades have seen dramatic changes in development finance. These have been accompanied by a redefinition of the purpose of development cooperation. A strong belief in the potential of private flows to finance development has come to prevail and public or official flows have become increasingly deployed in support of private flows as the newly projected main source of development finance. This has specific implications regarding aid instruments, in particular through ‘blending’ an...

    Innovative financing models for low carbon transitions: Exploring the case for revolving funds for domestic energy efficiency programmes

    Gouldson, Andy; Kerr, Niall; Millward-Hopkins, Joel; Freeman, Mark C.; Topi, Corrado; Sullivan, Rory (2015)
    Projects: EC | FESSUD (266800)
    The IEA has estimated that over the next four decades US$31 trillion will be required to promote energy efficiency in buildings. However, the opportunities to make such investments are often constrained, particularly in contexts of austerity. We consider the potential of revolving funds as an innovative financing mechanism that could reduce investment requirements and enhance investment impacts by recovering and reinvesting some of the savings generated by early investments. Such funds have b...

    Recent Trends in Household Financial Behaviour

    Santos, Ana C.; Teles, Nuno (2016)
    Projects: EC | FESSUD (266800)
    This paper identifies general patterns of household financial behaviour for three groups of countries: The Early Financialisers, the Economic and Monetary Union Core and the Latecomers. Even though they stand in different positions as regards the development of their respective financial systems and household engagement with finance, there is a shared trend of growth of household debt and financial wealth, denoting common institutional changes across Europe and thus the systematic character o...
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