Bonifacio, V. & Maresca, A. (2022) Cattle and Human Assemblages in the Paraguayan Chaco. Lagoonscapes. The Venice Journal of Environmental Humanities, 2(1), 119-144. Access at link.

Eyre, B. (2022). Action as Method: Ethnographic approaches for impact. Anthropology Today38(3), 27-28. Access at link.

Jaafar, A. Z., & Brightman, M. (2022). From Structure to Purpose: Green and Social Narratives, and the Shifting Morality of Islamic Finance in Kuala Lumpur. Sustainability14(9), 5433. Access at link.

Maresca, A. & Dal Maso, G. (2022) The Ministry of Future Production. Jacobin. Access at link.

Dal Maso, G. & Maresca, A. (2022) The Capitalist Market Can’t Solve the Climate Crisis — but Green Socialist Planning Can. Jacobin. Access at link.

Dal Maso, G., Tripathy, A., & Brightman, M. (2022). A moral turn in finance?: Labeling, purpose, and the morality of markets. Focaal2022(93), 1-17. Access at link.

Dal Maso, G. (2022). Bridging “green” asymmetries through crises: How a Chinese green bond has landed in Portugal. Focaal2022(93), 46-59. Access at link.

Mizes, J. C. & Donovan, K. P. (2022) Capitalizing Africa: high finance from below. Africa92(4), 540-560. Access at link.

Mizes, J. C. (2022) Investing in independence: popular shareholding on the West African stock exchange. Africa92(4), 644-662. Access at link.

Tripathy, A. (2022) How Should We Deal With Climate Change? In People Before Markets: An Alternative Casebook. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Tripathy, A. (2022). Careers and climates: Becoming and being a climate finance practitioner. Focaal, (93), 32-45. Access at link.

Eyre, B. (2021). Effective or expedient: Market devices and philanthropic techniques. Economic Anthropology8(2), 234-246. Access at link.

Yount-André, C. (2021) Moral Orders of Multinationals: Registers of Value in Corporate Food Production. Signs and Society9(1), 89-117. Access at link.

Yount-André, C. (2020) Strategic investments in multiple middle classes: Morals and mobility between Paris and Dakar. Africa Today66(3-4), 89-112. Access at link.



De Cristano, R. (2022) (2021) The Financialization of Environment Protection. ClimateAndCapitalism. Access at link.

Dal Maso, G. (2021) The Landing of a Chinese Green Bond in Portugal. Focaal Blog. Access at link.

Tripathy, A. (2021) Aneil Tripathy Takes the Page 99 Test. CaMP Anthropology. Available at link.



2020 "Whose Money? Whose Morals? Podcast." Raising Our Voices: The American Anthropological Association’s Online Event. November 5-14, 2020.

  • Episode One: Daniel Beunza, Diane-Laure Arjalies; Aneil Tripathy, Chelsie Yount-André. Access at link
  • Episode Two: Chelsie Yount-André, Aneil Tripathy, Alessandro Maresca, Ben Eyre, Giulia Dal Maso, and Claudia Campisano. Access at link



Campisano, C. (2022) Varieties of Impact Investing: The Pursuit of a Practice in Regional and Organizational Contexts. Conference at the University of Neuchatel, Switzerland. 1 September.

Campisano, C. (2022) Resisting debt, challenging impact: an examination of impact investments in rural Ghana. Annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association. 11 November.

Campisano, C. (2022) Investing for impact: problematizing economic moralities and future-oriented narratives in impact investing. EASA conference. 26 July.

De Cristano, R. (2022) Blockchain as “anti-politics machine”: Impact investing in the times of the web3. Varieties of Impact Investing: The Pursuit of a Practice in Regional and Organizational Contexts, Neuchatel 1-2 September.

De Cristano, R. (2022) Exclusion by design: technology and the shaping of inequalities.  RAI2022: Anthropology, AI and the Future of Human Society Online conference 7 June.

De Cristano, R. (2022)Technologies of responsibility: How green fintech is shaping technofeudalism. RE:22 Nordic Ethnology and Folklore Conference. Reykjavik 13-16 June.

Gómez Nuñoz, N. (2022) Financialized Victimhood: Colombian Forced Migrants and their Livelihoods in the Midst of Social lmpact Investing in Colombia, Panel: “Violence, Precarity, and Forced Migration”, Latin American Studies Association. 5 May.

Gómez Nuñoz, N. (2022) Like “Low-hanging Mangoes”? On Social Impact Bonds in Colombia. The Pursuit of Impact in the Specificities of Place and Time: A Critical Conference on Impact Investing, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. 1 September.

Gómez Nuñoz, N. (2022) Who is really benefiting? A reflection on the benefits that social impact bonds are bringing to forced migrants in Colombia. International Summer School Environments of Inequality Crises, Conflicts, Comparisons, Maria Sibylla Merian Center for Advanced Latin American Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences (CALAS). 25 September.

Gómez Nuñoz, N. (2022) Sound, the city and formal work after forced migration. Panel: Landscapes Of Identity In The Wake Of Migration. American Anthropological Association (AAA). 9 November.

Maresca, A. & Dal Maso, G. (2022) Disclose and Punish Algorithmic financial governance in China and Europe. Global Economic Geography Conference in Dublin, Ireland.

Mizes, J.C. (2022) Africa’s infrastructure, a paradox for whom? Presentation for the panel Finance as & of infrastructure/ reframing financial and fiscal frontiers at the African Infrastructure Futures Conference organized by the African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town, South Africa.

Mizes, J.C. (2022) Geopolitics of Urban Infrastructure Financing in Sub-Saharan Africa. Presentation for a panel session organized by the Governing the Urban Transition in Africa research programme at the Institut français des relations internationales (IFRI). Paris, France.

Mizes, J.C. (2022)  “Securitizing Social Housing in Senegal”. Africa’s Urban Futures Conference, co-organized by the University of Geneva and the Swiss Society for African Studies. Geneva, Switzerland.


Bonilla, O. (2021) Do Agro ao Pop. 'Green Bonds' ou como etnografar o capitalismo ('verde')? Núcleo de Antropologia Simétrica (NAnSi), Programa de Pós-Graduação em Antropologia Social, Museu Nacional, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 26 February.

Bonilla, O. (2021) Como etnografar o capitalismo verde? O caso dos Green Bonds e o projeto Ferrogrão? Seminário do Núcleo Gaia. Departamento de Antropologia, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil. 5 April.

Bonilla, O. & Brightman, M. (2021) Documents and alliances in the struggle over Ferrogrão Railway in Brazilian Amazon. Alliances and Parternships in Lowland South America Workshop, Center of Amerindian Studies, University of Saint Andrews. 14 April.

Bonilla, O. (2021) From the mirage of development to the sustainability deception – The Ferrogrão Railroad (Brazil) or how a mega infrastructure project is presented as a ‘green’ alternative?” Panel: Entanglements of Global finance and ‘green mega projects”, Virtual Conference on Anthropology and Conservation. 25-26 October.

Bonilla, O. & Oliveira, T. (2021) “The new spin of neoliberal accumulation: how mega infrastructure projects are presented as green alternatives to development? The case of Ferrogrão soy railroad (Brazil)”. Séminaire d’Anthropologie décoloniale, Université Toulouse II – Jean Jaurès. 2 december.

Dal Maso, Giulia and Alessandro Maresca (2021). Disclose and Punish: a battle for the making of a new Climate Statecraft in China and Europe. 8th Ethnography and Qualitative Research Conference, Universita di Trento.

Gómez Nuñoz, N. (2021) Financialized Deservingness and Entitlement: An Anthropological Exploration of Social Impact Investing in the Colombian Context. 3rd Latin American Transitions Conference 2021, Disruptions of Latin American Democracies: Roots and dynamics of contemporary conflicts, Coloquio de Estudios Latinoamericanos (CEL-Le), Leipzig University. 17 June.

Maresca, A. & Dal Maso, G. (2021) Key Performance Indicators as affective objects – Accounting for enchantment and the enchantment of accounting. SIEF2021 15th Congress.

Tripathy, A.,  Bonilla, O., Brightman, M. &  Eyre, B. (2021) "Entanglements of Global finance and 'green' mega projects". Panel organized at the Virtual Conference on Anthropology and Conservation. 25-26 October.

Tripathy, A. (2021) Chasing Waves: Strategies for Connecting and Analysing Offices in the Blue Economy. 8th Ethnography and Qualitative Research Conference, Universita di Trento. 10 June.

Tripathy, A. (2021) Energized Conversations with Green Bonds: Images and Narratives around Energy in Climate Finance. University of St Andrews Center for Energy Ethics Energy Cafe. 8 June. See presentation here.

Tripathy, A. (2021) Landscapes of Value in an Office Place. Society for Economic Anthropology Spring Meeting 2021. 4 March. See presentation here.

Yount-André, C. & Raffaeta, R. (2021) COVID Calculations: Risk, health, and assessment within the moral turn in finance. Presenter, Roundtable "Calculating Futures: The Afterlives of Environmental and Health Monitoring. Society for Applied Anthropology. 25 March.


Maresca, A. & Dal Maso, G. (2020) The greening of assetisation between eco-alchemy and interpellation. Critical Finance Studies Conference. 27 August

Dal Maso, G. & Maresca, A. (2020) Auditing for sustainability across boundaries: frictions and tensions in the EU-China green finance nexus. RAI Conference.

Dal Maso, G. (2020) Bridging green asymmetries through crises: The case of the China Three Gorges green bond in Portugal. EASA Conference. 24 July.

Maresca, A. (2020) The quest for the Holy Grail: The drama of green bonds pricing and how the greenium comes to matter. ImpactHau Workshop. March 2020