FinTech characterizes the application of information technologies to financial transactions and industries. The range of topics and use cases including almost all banking and financing topics such as exchanges, artificial intelligence ("robo") advising/coaching, micro-payments, development finance, blockchain and crypto-currencies, insurance, rating and lending, currency trading and crowd-sourced financing. These two sessions feature papers focused on how Fintech interacts with existing practices including the introduction of new features to the financial system and how different sets of people ("the unbanked", "the poor", etc.) and places ("global centers", "offshore", etc.) are imagined and enrolled. The papers explore the implications of Fintech for space, place, and scale within the financial industries, long standing labor practices, local institutions and organizations, as well as everyday life.
|Presenter||Yllka Hysaj*, University of Bristol, Jonathan Beaverstock, Professor, Gregory Schwartz, Senior Lecture, Rethinking Global Talent Mobility in the FinTech sector||15||3:05 PM|
|Presenter||Cheng-Yi Lin*, National Taipei University of Education, Performing the institutional entrepreneurship of the FinTech industry in Taipei: the disruptive innovator or imitator||15||3:20 PM|
|Presenter||Ana Brandusescu*, McGill University, From the digital to the algorithmic divide: Power asymmetries in Canada’s fintech sector||15||3:35 PM|
|Presenter||Daniel Haberly*, University of Sussex, Duncan MacDonald-Korth, Oxford University, Michael Urban, Oxford University, Dariusz Wojcik, Oxford University, Asset Management as a Digital Platform Industry: A Global Financial Network Perspective||15||3:50 PM|
|Presenter||Matthew Zook, University of Kentucky, Michael Grote*, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Old Finance in New Cryptos: The Pesky Persistence of Structure and Geography||15||4:05 PM|
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