Dr Chris Clarke is Associate Professor in International Political Economy
- The politics of finance
- The ethics of economic citizenship
- The political economy of peer-to-peer/online lending
- The history of economic ideas, especially the work of Adam Smith
- (Forthcoming) ‘The Ethics of Alternative Finance’ in Brent J. Steele and Eric A. Heinze (eds) Routledge Handbook of Ethics and International Relations.
- (Forthcoming) ‘Social Finance Meets Financial Innovation: Contemporary Experiments in Payments, Money and Debt’, Theory, Culture and Society [Introduction to guest edited Special Section], with Lauren Tooker.
- (Forthcoming) ‘Experiments in Relational Finance: Harnessing the Social in Everyday Debt and Credit’, Theory, Culture and Society, with Lauren Tooker.
- 'Mainstreaming Social Finance: The Regulation of the Peer-to-Peer Lending Marketplace in the UK', British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 18 (4) pp. 930-945, 2016, with Chris Rogers.
- Ethics and Economic Governance: Using Adam Smith to Understand the Global Financial Crisis (Routledge RIPE Series in Global Political Economy), 2016.
- 'Mark Carney and the Gendered Political Economy of British Central Banking', British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 18 (1), pp. 49-71, 2016, with Adrienne Roberts.
- 'Learning to Fail: Resilience and the Empty Promise of Financial Literacy Education', Consumption, Markets and Culture, 18 (3), pp. 257-276, 2015.
- 'Popular Documentaries and the Global Financial Crisis' in Rens van Munster and Casper Sylvest (eds) Documenting World Politics: A Critical Companion to IR and Non-Fiction Film (New York: Popular Culture and World Politics Series), 2015, with James Brassett.
- ‘Financial Engineering, not Economic Photography: Popular Discourses of Finance and the Layered Performances of the Sub-Prime Crisis’, Journal of Cultural Economy, 5 (3), pp. 261-278, 2012.
- ‘Performing the Sub-Prime Crisis: Trauma and the Financial Event’, International Political Sociology, 6 (1), pp. 4-20, 2012, with James Brassett.
- ‘Paths between Positivism and Interpretivism: An Appraisal of Hay’s Via Media’, Politics, 29 (1), pp. 28-36, 2009.
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