Will Davies nos avisa de la siguiente conferencia:
Where Do Neoliberals Go After the Market? – A one day conference, 13th June. University of Warwick. 10am-6.30pm. Room S0.21.
Neoliberalism is commonly identified as a belief in the self-regulating powers of markets, especially financial markets. Markets, from this perspective, are powerful information-processors, which are uniquely capable of governing complex societies while preserving liberty. In recent decades, financial institutions have added further computational power, which, among other things, has led to the automation of trading and the calculation and simulation of market scenarios to manage risk. The financial crisis has been perceived by some as the outcome of this collision between markets and increasingly ‘performative’ economics. Read More