FINANCE BEYOND FACT AND FICTION: FINANCIAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN POST-2008 EUROPE
The general empirical context consists of the European Union in a time of uncertainty, struck by remarkable efforts towards financial reform as well as the sovereign debt crisis and austerity policies ongoing in a number of countries. The method is strongly ethnographic, implying a minimum of four case-studies, 80 formal interviews and 2-3 short-term periods of intensive fieldwork are expected. Participant observation of events, archival survey and collaborative forms of research through websites, discussion forums and public consultations will also be generally used.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: July 1, 2018
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