Saturday, October 5, 2019

New Issue: Review of International Political Economy

The latest issue of the Review of International Political Economy (Vol. 26, no. 5, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue on Fintech
    • Nick Bernards & Malcolm Campbell-Verduyn, Understanding technological change in global finance through infrastructures
    • Marie Langevin, Big data for (not so) small loans: technological infrastructures and the massification of fringe finance
    • Nick Bernards, The poverty of fintech? Psychometrics, credit infrastructures, and the limits of financialization
    • Daivi Rodima-Taylor & William W. Grimes, International remittance rails as infrastructures: embeddedness, innovation and financial access in developing economies
    • Chris Clarke, Platform lending and the politics of financial infrastructures
    • J. P. Singh, Development finance 2.0: do participation and information technologies matter?
    • Malcolm Campbell-Verduyn, Marcel Goguen & Tony Porter, Finding fault lines in long chains of financial information
    • Lorenzo Genito, Mandatory clearing: the infrastructural authority of central counterparty clearing houses in the OTC derivatives market
  • Original Articles
    • Herman Mark Schwartz, What’s wealth got to do with it? Global balance sheets and US geo-economic power
    • Cecilia Rikap, Asymmetric Power of the Core: Technological Cooperation and Technological Competition in the Transnational Innovation Networks of Big Pharma
    • Kelly Gerard, Rationalizing ‘gender-wash’: empowerment, efficiency and knowledge construction
    • Katharina L. Meissner, Cherry picking in the design of trade policy: why regional organizations shift between inter-regional and bilateral negotiations