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ST 1 – Financial capitalism and uneven geographical development

Thursday, 16.05 8:30h – 10:30h – Room 11 (Geography)

Fábio Teixeira Pitta; Cássio Arruda Boechat; Carlos de Almeida Toledo (Chairs) Financialization: from the territorialization of colonial capital to the critical production of space
Leônidas de Santana Marques Uneven and combined (geographical) development as main theory to understand the internationalization of capital in the 21st century
Renato Morgado Soares Geopolitical repercussion of an upcoming economic-financial crisis
Roberto Moraes Pessanha The growing role of financial funds and their enormous mobility in space and among the fractions of capital in contemporary capitalism
Cristiano Buoniconti Camargo; Ivan Souza Vieira The effects of the financialization of the economy on social policies: a specific analysis of labor and social security rights

ST2 – The space/money nexuses: local scales, global scales

Thursday, 16.05 8:30h – 10:30h – Room Edgar Carone (History)

Stefanos Ioannou; Dariusz Wójcik (Chairs) Income inequality, finance and space. A cross-country analysis
Andrés Arauz The Data of Money: geopolitics of data of payment systems
Claes Belfrage; Johannes Jaeger; Annina Kaltenbrunner; Adriana Nilsson Currency internationalization as a strategy to overcome monetary dependency?
Elif Karacimen; Annina Kaltenbrunner; Halima Jibril The Financialisation of Nonfinancial Corporations: A Comparison between Brazil and Turkey Using Sectoral Data
Chris Gibson; Dallas Rogers Unsolicited Urbanism: new modalities of money-city relations

ST 3 – The financialization of industrial and energy production circuits

Thursday, 16.05 8:30h – 10:30h – Room Joaquim Barradas (History)

Edilson Pereira Júnior (Chair) Brazil and its industrial growth project in times of capitalist accumulation with financial dominance
Iolanda Aida de Medeiros Campos Industrial Pole of Manaus: challenges and perspectives
Liam Keenan The geographies of the institutional and industrial constraints on the financialization and marketization of global brewing
Luciano Duarte; Wagner Nabarro Development and financialization: modalities for financing activities and suppliers of Petrobras in the Brazilian territory
Mariana Traldi Territory and Global Finance: the links between wind energy production by Atlantic Renewable Energies in the Brazilian semiarid and the British investment fund Actis LLP

ST 4 – Finance and uneven development in Eastern Europe

Thursday, 16.05 10:30h – 12:30h – Room 11 (Geography)

Martin Sokol (Chair) Networks of ‘Financial Chains’: Linking Finance, Geography and Uneven Development
Giulia Dal Maso e Martin Sokol Western European Banking Groups in East-Central Europe: A Preliminary Overview
Marek Mikuš Public debt, capital flows and financialization of the state in East-Central Europe
Petra Rodik Chaining Households to Financial Markets: Micro-level Interest-Bearing Strategies of Western Banks in Croatia

ST 5 – Information technologies and new financial agents

Thursday 16.05 10:30h – 12:30h – Room Edgar Carone (History)

Hindenburgo Pires (Chair) The Geography of FinTechs: the new scenario of the dispute over the provision of online financial services in Brazil
Maria Beatriz Cruz Rufino; Lucas Meirelles Toledo Ramos Batista Startups as a new real estate frontier: Business strategies and implications for the unequal urban development of the metropolis of São Paulo
Villy Creuz The financial nexus and the urban economy: thinking about situations from Buenos Aires and São Paulo
Robson Simões Financialization and datacenters: the power of capital on digital clouds
Victor Zuliani Iamonti The payment card industry and the diversification of means of payment in Brazil: an approach to regulation, agents and linkages of activities involved

ST 6 – Public policies, financial agents and the production of urban space

Thursday, 16.05 10:30h – 12:30h – Room Joaquim Barradas (History)

Flávia Elaine da Silva Martins (Chair) The daily life of real estate indebtedness and its geographic expressions: issues about “Minha Casa Minha Vida Program” in the metropolitan context of Rio de Janeiro
Maira Magnani Asencio Pension funds as agents of space production in Brazilian cities: an analysis through its performance in the commercial real estate market
Marlon Altavini de Abreu The expansion of the spatial contexts of circulation and valuation of real estate property: an analysis based on Real Estate Receivables Certificates
Silvana de Sousa Silva Housing of social interest and urban space valuation: approaches in Marabá (PA)
Juscelino Gomes Lima The “Sertão” in negotiation: dynamics, agentes and outcomes about the urban land in a regional command city of Piauí

ST 7 – Financial dynamics in peripheral territories

Thursday, 16.05 14:30h – 16:30h – Room 11 (Geography)

Fábio Lucas Pimentel de Oliveira (Chair) Production of space and contemporary capitalism in Latin America
Zoltán Gál Does Foreign Investment Generate Economic Growth in Emerging Countries? Case of Central & Eastern Europe and Hungary
João Silva Understanding the uniqueness of the Singaporean approach to state ownership
Allan Rodrigo de Campos Silva Labor and capital mobility between Brazil and Angola: a shift in territorial dynamics toward the Global South

ST 8 – The metropolises and the financialization of urban space

Thursday, 16.05 14:30h – 16:30h – Room Edgar Carone (History)

Paulo Roberto Rodrigues Soares; João Antonio Blois Aita (Chairs) Porto (less) Alegre: the production of the metropolis space in the globalized and financialized urbanization era
Bridget Fisher; Flávia Leite The Cost of New York City’s Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project
Gustavo Henrique Souza Santos State, financial capital and experience in the city of São Paulo: An analysis of the territorialization of capital and the metamorphoses of land by real estate investment funds
Bruno Pereira Reis New articulation between finance and real estate in Spain after crisis: the case of Madrid

Ivo Ricardo Gasic Klett

Banks and insurance companies in Santiago de Chile’s urban land market. Could we call it financialization?

ST 9 – Solidarity finances and social currencies: the Brazilian experiences

Thursday, 16.50 14:30h – 16:30h – Room 16 (History)

Carolina Gabriel de Paula Pupo (Chair) Banco Palmas: from solidarity finances to the production of counter-rationalities
Fernando Gonçalves Severo; Luiz Arthur Silva de Faria Workshop of Monetary Craft for Well Living Territories
Henrique Pavan Beiro de Souza Money and local development: some considerations from the case of Mumbuca social currency
Luiz Arthur Silva de Faria; Pedro Henrique da Costa Braga; Carolina Gabriel de Paula Pupo; Fernando Gonçalves Severo Digitalization of social currencies, a sociotechnical look at the case of Mumbuca Bank in Maricá-RJ

ST 10 – International financial centers and business services

Friday, 17.05 8:30h – 10:30h – Room 11 (Geography)

Fabio Betioli Contel e Dariusz Wójcik (Chairs) Brazil’s financial centres in the 21st century:hierarchy, specialisation and concentration
David R. Meyer Access of financiers in global financial centers to information and knowledge resources
Rita de Cássia Barros The insurance activity in Brazil, the centrality of São Paulo and the role of Zurich as a global financial center in the geography of insurance services
Wagner Nabarro The financial and informational centrality of São Paulo and the expansion of the capital market in the Brazilian territory
Maëlys Waiengnier; David Bassens; Reijer Hendrikse; Laura Gutierrez The ‘dirty little secret’ of world cities research revisited: Unpacking Brussels’ advanced producer services complex

ST 11 – Contributions to the financialization debate on housing issues

Friday, 17.05 8:30h – 10:30h – Room Reinaldo Xavier (History)

Laércio Monteiro Júnior (Chair) Financialization and its Impact on Real Estate Industry
Carlos Alberto Penha Filho Developers and Critical Accounting: methodological research proposal
Henrique Dorneles de Castro The role of financialization in the global urban reestructuring: the planetary urbanization as a financial investment to the reproduction of capital
Sharon Dias Financialization of Low Income Householders’ Daily Life: A Contribution to The Critical Debate
Nicolas Vergara-Arribas Disentangling the relation between finance and the spatiality of urban real estate development: a theoretical exploratory proposal

ST 12 – Financial capital and agricultural space in Brazil – I

Friday, 17.05 8:30h – 10:30h – Room Edgar Carone (History)

Yamila Goldfarb (Chair) From a Corporate Food Regime to a Financially Corporate Food Regime: the transition to a prominence of a financial capital into agriculture
Weldon Pereira Silva de Novais; Marco Antonio Mitidiero Junior The domain of finance in the agribusiness of Brazilian coffee
Alessandro Francisco Trindade de Oliveira Productive dynamics and the financial market in Brazil: an agribusiness trajectory
Lorena Izá Pereira The financial capital in the control of the territory in Brazil
Ladislau Pereira Sanders Filho The Samarco disaster and the current phase of capitalism

ST 13 – The multiple dimensions of financialization: from economic to cultural issues

Friday, 17.05 8:30h – 10:30h – Room Joaquim Barradas (History)

Sandra Lúcia Videira (Chair) Financial globalization: the dissemination of foreign banks in Brazil – the Santander bank’s case
Leonardo Sena do Carmo Uses of Territory, Finance and Jogo do Bicho: an analysis on the role of the norm in the most contravention lottery in Brazil
Fábio Brito dos Santos Banking operations and public sector economy: payroll as a link in the diffusion of the Banco do Brasil topology in Alagoas
Heloísa Santos Molina Lopes; Carlos Eduardo Salazar Salgado Psycosphere in latin america and financial globalization
Cintia dos Santos Pereira da Silva The financialization of symbolic exchanges

ST 14 – Banking topology and financial capitalism in Brazil

Friday, 17.05 10:30h – 12:30h – Room 11 (Geography)

Dhiego Antonio de Medeiros (Chair) Retraction of banking facilities and expansion of non-institutional agiotage in Brazilian territory: meditations about the credit offer in Alagoas (2016-2018)
Joanderson Prada; Sandra Lúcia Videira; Pierre Alves Costa The Itaú-Unibanco merger: a reflection on banking topology in Paraná
Fábio Brito dos Santos; Décio Keher Marques; Cássio Barbosa Camêlo; Roniel Vinícius Marques Fagundes The use of territory and banking topology: reflections on the diffusion of geographic fixes in the state of Rondônia
Juliana Santos de Oliveira The spatial strategies of banks in the unequal Campinas: the service networks in the frame of the current technical banking paradigm
Nayara Fernanda dos Santos; Sandra Lúcia Videira Banking topologies: an analysis on bank correspondents in Brazil

ST 15 – The financialization of housing in peripheral countries

Friday, 17.05 10:30h – 12:30h – Room Reinaldo Xavier (History)

Vitor Hugo Tonin  (Chair) Financialization or expansion of the logic of incorporation capital?
Rodrigo Fernandez; Manuel Aalbers Housing Financialization in the Global South: In Search of a Comparative Framework
Bruno Leonardo Barcella Silva Imbrication between real estate and finance in the production of the built environment: the selective and differential production of the city
Ivana Socoloff Privatization of the public estate and state financializacion in Argentina
Renan Amabile Boscariol Is there in fact a financialization of the Brazilian real estate market? A discussion on the financialization of real estate production in Brazil

ST 16 – Financial capital and agricultural space in Brazil – II

Friday, 17.05 10:30h – 12:30h – Room Edgar Carone (History)

Marta Inez Medeiros Marques (Chair) Interest bearing capital and soybean production in the agricultural frontier areas of Piauí and Maranhão
Yuri Martenauer Saweljew; Samuel Frederico Financial capital, land control and modern agricultural frontier in Brazil
Francielly Naves Fagundes; Ana Claudia Giannini Borges The financing processes for sugar-alcohol companies: the government action through BNDES FINAME in the State of São Paulo
Henrique Faria dos Santos Financialization, corporate governance and spatial productivity on the globalized agribusiness: the case of the sugarcane industry and its territorial implications
Laís Ribeiro Silva Consolidation of financial globalization and the impacts for the sugar-energy sector

ST 17 – Finance, consumption and mobility

Friday, 17.05 10:30h – 12:30h – Room Joaquim Barradas (History)

Fábio Tozi (Chair) The territorial platforms: advances and limits of transport’s Uberization in Brazil
Igor Venceslau E-commerce and finance in the context of the techno-scientific-informational milieu spread in Brazil
Vinícius Ferreira Pinto Vasconcelos; Janaína Conceição da Silva Financialization of production and consumption: the capture of private label clients and the impacts on the geographic distribution of the company Riachuelo
Lucas Miranda da Rocha Financialization, capital concentration and centralization in the face of gym clubs’ expansion process in the RMSP
Fabrício Gallo Territorial implications of highway concessions to economic and financial groups in the state of São Paulo – Brazil. Elements for understanding the uses of territory in contemporary times