New blog by Jennie C. Stephens and Martin Sokol: Why the Fed should treat climate change’s $150B economic toll like other national crises it’s helped fight

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New blog post by Sara Benceković: Western banks-led financialisation in Croatia: A paper delivered at the workshop for Ireland-based postgraduate students researching Central and Eastern Europe

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GEOFIN researchers on YouTube: Leonardo Pataccini

Our Research Fellow Leonardo Pataccini tells us about his research on banking in the Baltics:

 

photo of Dimitrios Paraskevas

Farewell to Dimitri

Farewell to Dimitri Paraskevas, our Research Project Officer, who is moving to a new role in May. We wish you well in your new job and thank you for everything you have done for GEOFIN research!

 

 

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Farewell to Florence

Congratulations to Florence O’Regan, our former Research Project Officer, for securing a position at Trinity Research & Innovation. We wish you well in your new job and thank you for everything you have done for GEOFIN research!

 

 

Farewell to Zsuzsi

We would like to wish Zsuzszanna Pósfai, our former Research Fellow, the very best of luck in her new professional pursuits. Thank you for everything you have done for GEOFIN research and looking forward to working with you again in the future!

 

 

photo of Dimitrios Paraskevas

Dimitrios Paraskevas joins the GEOFIN team

The GEOFIN team in TCD Geography welcomes Dimitrios Paraskevas, who joins us as a Research Project Officer. Dimitri returns to Trinity College, having previously worked in a number of administrative roles in the University over a period of fifteen years.

 

 

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Caroline Bourke joins the GEOFIN team

The GEOFIN team in TCD Geography welcomes Caroline Bourke, who joins us as a Research Project Officer. Caroline joins Trinity College, having previously worked in a number of banking  roles in the financial services sector.

 

 

 

journal article

New article by Giulia Dal Maso: “Past and present financialization in Central Eastern Europe: the case of Western subsidiary banks”

Congratulations to former Geofin researcher Giulia Dal Maso for publishing her latest work in the Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies. By examining the ‘post’ financial crisis scenario in Central Eastern Europe (CEE) Dr Dal Maso’s paper assesses the role of Western banks in the region and how their penetration and ‘resilience’ is influenced by their parent and subsidiary structure. The article is available online from: Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies