Political security and finance – A post-crisis and post-disciplinary perspective

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    The analysis of this reconfiguration was the central purpose of the project “Political Security and Financial Stability following the Crisis” (2014–2018), as part of the SFB/Transregio 138 “Dynamics of Security” at the Universities of Giessen and Marburg (together with Prof. Dr. Andreas Langenohl).

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    There have also been studies scrutinizing the role of the financial sector in capitalist economies, i. e. by analyzing its cultural and symbolic capital (Clark et al. 2004; Hall 2009).

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    In “The Great Transformation”, Polanyi describes how the social construction of markets can be understood as a political process. He provides an analysis of capitalist developments as a “double movement” of market expansion that is prescribed by the state and spontaneous societal attempts to restrict them.

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    Slavoy Žižek (2010) has argued that there is a “permanent economic emergency” in: New Left Review 64 (July/August), 85–95.

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Westermeier, C. Political security and finance – A post-crisis and post-disciplinary perspective. Z Politikwiss 29, 105–122 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s41358-019-00174-7

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