Simpson, A (2016) If the banks were too big to fail, why isn’t the British steel industry? The Conversation. 31 March.
Simpson, A (2016) The Big Short is a perverse Robin Hood parable – in which King John wins, The Conversation. 1 March.
Simpson, A (2015) A Four-Step Process to Studying the Field through the City of London, in Current Research on Cities, Vol. 51, pp.96-105.
April 2015 – The Market Framework and the Construction of Financial Life within the City of London.
Presented at British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2015.
Glasgow Caledonian University.
March 2015 – ‘Studying Up’ – Themes of and issues of the inverted ethnographic gaze.
Workshop conducted at NYLON Annual Graduate Student Conference.
Max Planck Institute, Berlin.
September 2014 – Our Interests or Theirs? Cultures of market practice within the City of London Presented at Crisis and Social Change: Towards Alternative Horizons.
University of Cambridge.
September 2014 – Legitimising Social Harm: Embedded Cultural Practices within the City of London. Presented at European Group for the Study of Deviance & Social Control.
Liverpool John Moores University.
July 2014 – Understanding the Market: An ethnographic exploration of the City of London
Presented at the International Sociological Association 2014 Congress
Pacifico, Yokohama, Japan
September 2013 – The Political Economy of Harm [Constructing Crime stream]
Presented at Critical Criminology in a Changing World
European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control, University of Oslo
July 2013 – London: Economic Liberalisation and Societal Cost
Presented at Post Crash City Conference Series: Urban Economies
Centre for Urban Research, the University of York
April 2013 – Market Society and the Other/One Matrix [Structure and the Other stream]
Presented at The Contemporary Other Postgraduate Conference
Department of Sociology, the University of York