Webinar Series “Reconciling financial stability and inclusion across space”

The Urban and Regional Economics WG (URE), the Inequality WG (IWG) and the Financial Stability WG (FS) are delighted to launch this joint webinar series on "Reconciling financial stability and inclusion across space".

We will host our first webinar with Prof. Gary Dymski (University of Leeds) on Friday, December 1st at 12.30 pm EDT (18.30 pm CET). To access the webinar, please click here : https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/717586989

Financial stability and financial inclusion are often thought of separately by dedicated policy-makers and experts. Yet, they are two sides of the same coin. Furthermore, the solutions found to reconcile both objectives cannot be separated from local and spatial characteristics. The purpose of this webinar series is to discuss the link between financial stability and financial inclusion from a spatial perspective.

Prof. Gary Dymski is a Professor and Chair in Applied Economics at Leeds University Business School. He will discuss the necessity of thinking of financial stability and inclusion across space through the example of the US subprime crisis.

Please find attached Dymski's papers related to our topic:

Development as Social Inclusion: reflections on the US subprime crisis
Making financial instability visible in space as well as time: Toward a more Keynesian geography

More information can be found at our facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/168191137255463/

This webinar will also be the opportunity to discuss the interests of participants of the series.

Hope to see you online!!!


Dymski 2010,.pdf
Dymski 2016. Making Financial Instability visible in space as well as time.pdf