Saturday, November 23 / 1:45 PM - 3:15 PM Dearborn 2 (Floor 7)

Session 211
Rise and Trajectories of Financial Capital

Chair: Chris Chase-Dunn, University of California, Riverside
Discussant: Chris Chase-Dunn, University of California, Riverside

1. Bringing the Banks Back in: Credit Cards, Consumer Debt, and the Origins of FinancializationConrad Jacober, Johns Hopkins University.

2. From Scientific to Governing Principle: How Re-Purposing “Independence” Unmasked the ECB’s EmbeddednessStephanie L. Mudge, University of California, Davis; Antoine Vauchez, CNRS/Université Paris 1-Sorbonne.

3. A Mere Consequence of Sequence? Time, Debt, and the Alchemy of Finance in the Euro Crisis -- 2009-2013Istvan Adorjan, University of Chicago.

4. An Analysis of the Interest Rate for Loans to Direct Retainers of the Shogun in Early Modern JapanShuntaro Washizaki, Kyushu University.

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