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 & D. Sridhar. (under review) "The financialisation of global health" BMJ Global Health.
Stein, F. (forthcoming) 'Economies of Legitimacy'. In New Directions in Elite Studies. Korsnes Olaf, Johan Heilbron, Johs Hjellbrekke, Felix Bühlmann and Mike Savage (eds.) Routledge: London.
Stein, F. (May 2018). 'Selling speed - management consultants, acceleration and temporal angst.' PolAR - The Political and Legal Anthropology Review. 40(1): TBD.
Stein, F. (March 2018). 'Anthropology’s “impact” – a comment on audit and the unmeasurable nature of critique' The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 24(1): TBD.
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
Rutgers University 'Finance, Financialization and their Impact on the Right to Health'. 19/06/2017-21/06/2017
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.