1. Introduction to special issue on the material cultures of financialisation Kate Bayliss, Ben Fine and Mary Robertson 2. The material and culture of financialisation Ben Fine 3. Material cultures of water financialisation in England and Wales Kate Bayliss 4. (De)constructing the financialised culture of owner-occupation in the UK, with the aid of the 10Cs Mary Robertson 5. Cultivating the self-reliant and responsible individual: the material culture of financial literacy Ana C. Santos 6. The digital revolution in financial inclusion: international development in the fintech era Daniela Gabor and Sally Brooks 7. Financialisation, media and social change Catherine Happer 8. From happiness to social provisioning: addressing well-being in times of crisis Marco Boffo, Andrew Brown and David A. Spencer
Kate Bayliss is a Research Associate at SOAS, University of London and Research Fellow at University of Leeds, UK. For over two decades she has been conducting research into the nature and impact of privatisation in the provision of infrastructure and essential services, working with UN Agencies, governments and Civil Society.
Ben Fine is Professor of Economics at SOAS, University of London, UK. His books have won both the Gunnar Myrdal Prize and the Deutscher Prize. He Chairs the International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy (iippe.org).
Mary Robertson is Head of Economic Policy for the Leader of the Labour Party. She has a MSc and PhD in Economics from SOAS, University of London, and previously worked at Leeds University Business School and the University of Greenwich, UK.