Stein, F. 2017 Work, sleep, repeat: The Abstract Labour of German Management Consultants. London School of Economics Monographs on Social Anthropology. Bloomsbury: London. Read the book's introduction online or download the [PDF].
Peer reviewed articles & Book chapters
Stein F. 2018. 'States and Markets'. In Research Agenda in Economic Anthropology (ed) J. Carrier. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK.
Stein, F. & D. Sridhar. (under review) 'The financialisation of global health' Wellcome Open Research.
Stein, F. (May 2018). 'Selling speed - management consultants, acceleration and temporal angst.' PolAR - The Political and Legal Anthropology Review. 40(1): TBD.
Stein, F. 2017. 'Anthropology’s “impact” – a comment on audit and the unmeasurable nature of critique' The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 24(1): 10-29.
Stein, F. 2017 'Boundary work – power and liminality in management consulting'. In New Directions in Elite Studies. (eds) Korsnes Olaf, Johan Heilbron, Felix Bühlmann and Mike Savage: 280-296. Routledge: London.
Stein, F. & D. Sridhar 2017 'Health as ‘global public good’: Creating a market for pandemic risk?' The British Medical Journal.358: j3397. [PDF]
Stein, F. 2016 '"Anthropology needs to go mainstream" - An interview with Gillian Tett.' Anthropology Today 32(6): 27-29. [PDF]
Stein, F. 2017 'Review of Anthropology and Economy.' The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology 35(1): 147-148.
Stein, F. 2016 'Review of "Money from Nothing: Indebtedness and Aspiration in South Africa"', Social Anthropology 24(1): 123-124. [PDF]
Selected public writing
Stein, F. 2017 'The World Bank's new Pandemic Insurance - A wise use of donor money?' globalhealthgovernance.org
Stein, F. 2017 'On the equal validity of methods in Global Health research', globalhealthgovernance.org. [PDF]
Stein, F. 2017 '“Post-truth” and the social sciences', globalhealthgovernance.org (reprint in Association for Political and Legal Anthropology Blog). [PDF]
Stein, F. 2014 'Uncovering Desire', Catalogue text for the exhibition “3me2you1thing4sale”, Städtische Galerie Villingen-Schwenningen.
Stein, F. 2014 'An analysis of Keith Hart, "The Memory Bank: Money in an Unequal World"', Mouseion.
Stein, F. 2010 'Bolivian Tin Miners Reconciled'. Americas Quarterly.
Research assistant for: Battison et al., 2009. 'Income and Beyond: Multidimensional Poverty in six Latin American Countries'. Oxford Poverty & Human Development Initiative (OPHI) Working Paper. 17.
Selected Conference papers
American Anthropological Association (AAA), Washington D.C., 'Collaborating with Elites? Re-considering research ethics in corporate contexts'. Panel: Ethnography in Elite White-Collar Contexts: Methods, Access, and Privilege when "Studying Up" . 02/12/2017
London School of Economics and University of Kent Conference on Anthropology and Wilful Blindness, 'Profitable Uncertainty and Wilful Blindness'. 16/06/2017-17/06/2017
Usher Institute, University of Edinburgh, Global Health Conference 'Ebola Bonds? The World Bank’s current financial activities around pandemic preparedness' 26/05/2017
Usher Institute, University of Edinburgh, Research Seminar 'A closer look at management consultants in healthcare' 18/05/2017
University of Bergen, Egalitarianism and Anthropology Working Group, 'Selves and Commodities - The moral economy of business consultants' 24/03/2017
University of Bergen, Senior Anthropology Research Seminar, 'Profitable Uncertainty' 23/03/2017
University of Cambridge, Social Anthropology Society, 'Selves and Commodities - The moral economy of business consultants' 22/02/2017
EASA Biennial Conference, Milan,'Selves and Commodities - The moral economy of business consultants' 20/07/2016.
Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPM), 'Economies of Legitimacy' 12/05/2016.
London School of Economics Anthropology Student Away Day, 'Economies of Legitimacy' 17/02/2016.
London School of Economics Inequalities Conference, 'Economies of Legitimacy' 27/11/2015.
American Anthropological Association (AAA), Denver, 'Permanent Urgency' 19/07/2015.
University of Cambridge, Clareity Research Symposium, Clare College, Cambridge, 'The tragedy of time management' 12/03/2015.
University of Warwick Research Seminar, 'The tragedy of time management' 21/01/2015.