Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Thursday, 2 July 2015

8:30 AM-10:00 AM


TH02-01
Financial Education and Literacy
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: Isabelle Gurin, Cessma (Institute of Research for Development/University Paris 7 Diderot/Inalco)
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joseph Deville, Goldsmiths, University of London

Participants:

2:15 PM-3:45 PM


TH02-02
Domestic Monies A
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: Magdalena Villarreal, CIESAS
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joe Deville, Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process

Participants:
Making a Living: How Young Couples in Warsaw Start and Practice a Household
Marta Olcon-Kubicka, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences; Mateusz Halawa, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences
The Time of Finance: The Temporal Structures of Consumer Credit
Felipe Gonzalez, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Domesticating Finance: Patterns of Inequality in Living with Home Mortgages in Hungary
Lena Pellandini-Simanyi, ELTE; Zsuzsanna Vargha, University of Leicester; Ferenc Hammer, ELTE

4:00 PM-5:30 PM


TH02-03
Domestic Monies B
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: Joseph Deville, Goldsmiths, University of London
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joseph Deville, Goldsmiths, University of London

Participants:
Debt and Sex in Domestic Economies: The Ambiguous Impact of Financialisation on Gender
Isabelle Gurin, Cessma (Institute of Research for Development/University Paris 7 Diderot/Inalco)
Visualising the Household Budget SheetNumbers As the Language of Indebtedness
Johnna Montgomerie, Goldsmiths, University of London

Friday, 3 July 2015

8:30 AM-10:00 AM


TH02-04
Financial Ecologies and Inclusion A
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: Orsi Husz, Uppsala University
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joe Deville, Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process

Participants:
The Domesticization of Income Support. the Case of the Italian Pre-Paid Electronic Social Card
Valentina Moiso, University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society; Sandro Busso, University of Turin; Antonella Meo, University of Turin
The Multiple Accounts of Financial Inclusion
JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School

10:15 AM-11:45 AM


TH02-05
Financial Ecologies and Inclusion B
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joe Deville, Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process

Participants:
Public Policies, Financial Inclusion and Inequalities: A Review of Recent Trends in India and Mexico
Solene Morvant, University of Geneva, Facult des Sciences de la Socit; Cyril Fouillet, ESSCA Business School

2:15 PM-3:45 PM


TH02-06
Multiple Currencies A
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joe Deville, Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process

Participants:
Mapping Dollar Transactions: Usdollar Uses and Meanings in Argentine Economy
Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Ariel Wilkis, Universidad Nacional de San Martn

4:00 PM-5:30 PM


TH02-07
Multiple Currencies B
Domesticizing Financial Economies, Part 2

Discussant: Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento
Session Organizers: JosÃÂÂÂ OssandÃÂÂÃ, Copenhagen Business School; Jeanne Lazarus, Sciences Po; Mariana Luzzi, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento; Joe Deville, Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process

Participants:
Sardex, from Parallel Currency to Institution. a Micro-Macro Case Study
Laura Sartori, University of Bologna; Paolo Dini, LSE
The Circulation and Transformation of Value in Transborder Currencies
Magdalena Villarreal, CIESAS; Lya Margarita Nio, UABC; Joshua Cullen Greene, WAU