A commentary on the implications of the financial crisis has been published in an unusually structured multi-authored piece in the Journal of Economic Geography. It is part of a theme issue on financial geographies, the origins of which was a session organized by Ewald Engelen and James Faulconbridge at the Boston meeting of the Association of American Geographers in 2008. The paper has four individually authored sections that have been knitted together in the order of the authors (which is why the word ‘I’ appears in what looks to be a co-authored paper). The full reference is below, and a pre-publication version of the paper can be accessed here.
Roger Lee, Gordon L. Clark, Jane Pollard, and Andrew Leyshon (2009) The remit of financial geography—before and after the crisis
Journal of Economic Geography, 9, 723-747