I am fascinated by the diversity of forms of organising local economic governance. My interests focus on patterns of collaboration and competition around the configuration of money, markets and enterprises. My research covers complementary currency systems, local markets, local production systems and social economy organisations. I approach these topics from an evolutionary and institutional perspective, because I consider institutions are the most essential brick in the structuring of socio- economic life.
Georgina Gomez (2008) - Book review: `Alternative currency movements as a challenge to globalisation? A case study of Manchester¿s local currency networks', by P. North - Journal of European Urban and Regional Studies, 15, 84-86
I Turcotte & Georgina Gomez (2012) - Linking the poor to new modalities in service delivery. Partnership innovations in solid waste management in Bogotá, Colombia - International Institute of Social Studies
G Ncube & Georgina Gomez (2011) - Local economic development and migrant remittances in rural Zimbabwe: building on sand or solid ground? - International Institute of Social Studies
Georgina Gomez (2015) - International Journal of Community Currency Research (Journal)
Georgina Gomez (2018) - Keynote on the praxis of Complementary currencies - Winter School
Georgina Gomez & W von Prittwitz und Gaffron (2018) - Panel on Divisionary Money in economic crisis: The pervasiveness of monetary plurality in economic crisis and wars - 18th World Economic History Congress
Georgina Gomez (2018) - The institutionalisation of currency circuits in Argentina (1998-2005) - 18th World Economic History Congress
Georgina Gomez (2018) - The institutionalization of currency circuits (case of Argentina) - DAMIN International Workshop: The Variety of Exchange and the Character of Money
Georgina Gomez (2016) - Varieties of money and currency circuits in Argentina (2000-2002) - Monetary Institutionalisms in the French-Speaking World
Georgina Gomez (2015) - Monetary disunion - the nature of money and the Argentine currencies at the turn of the Millennium - DAMIN Workshop "Conflict Potentials in Monetary Unions"
Georgina Gomez & Joop Wit (2015) - Contestation and Contradicions in the Argentine Redes de Trueque - 3rd International Conference on Social and Complementary Currencies
Georgina Gomez (2015) - Why do people want a currency? - 27th World Economic History Congress 'Diversity in Development'
Georgina Gomez (2015) - What's the issue of scale in the Social Economy? Looking at Complementary Currencies worldwide - CIRI Summer School
Georgina Gomez (2014) - La moneda social en la Argentina: Comparación con España - 3er Encuentros Estatal de Monedas Sociales
Georgina Gomez (2014) - Why do people want their own currency? Money for a day: a social experiment in Argentina - Inaugural Conference of the World Interdisciplinary Network for Institutional Research Inaugural (WINIR), Institutions that change the world
Georgina Gomez (2014) - The Nicaraguan farmers’ association PAC: from providing international aid to reorganizing the local production system - 17th Conference of the International Association for the Economics of Participation (IAFEP)
Georgina Gomez (2014) - Scaling-up: is it really necessary? - 2nd Study retreat for Actors and Scholars: The challenge of “scaling-up”, Veblen Foundation Annual Meeting on Social Transitions
Georgina Gomez (2014) - The Argentine Middle Classes and the Economic Crisis: Building a Community Currency System - EADI General Conference Responsible Development in a Polycentric World: Inequality, Citizenship and the Middle Classes
Georgina Gomez (2014) - Vertientes de desarrollo local - 3rd Internacional Workshop: Nuevos Desafíos del Desarrollo para América Latina y el Caribe, Sociedad Sinergia, 9 - 11 April 2014
Georgina Gomez (2014) - International Journal of Community Currency Research (Journal)