Economic anthropology across Europe

Austria University of Vienna Several departments where economic anthropologists work, notably Department for Social and Cultural Anthropology and the Institute for European Ethnology  
Austria Central European University Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology, economic issues in relation to global and urban studies  
Belgium University of Leuven Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, focus on mobility and environment  
Bulgaria University of Sofia Research cluster working on waste, natural resources and heritage with emphasis on social mobilisations within the Department of Cultural Studies.  
Bulgaria Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology

Research on household economy in postsocialism.

Czech Republic The Institute of Ethnology of the Czech Academy of Sciences Projects on workers, value chains and moral economies in food production, waste management and economizing/ thrift  
Denmark University of Copenhagen Cluster of scholars within the Organisation and Economy (OREO) Researcher Group  
Estonia University of Tallinn Research on labour and energy transitions; degrowth; political economy of assisted reproduction.  
France Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales Seminar in Economic Anthropology: Research seminar that has been going on for several years, organized by PhD students most of whom work in the area of economic anthropology  
France Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales Interdisciplinary working group  
France Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales Seminar on ethnographic approaches to political economy.  
Germany DGSKA German Society for Social and Cultural Anthropology Working Group in Economic Anthropology: hosts regular meetings; group mailing list for calls and announcements  
Germany University of Cologne Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, focus on Socioeconomics (research and teaching); Global South Studies Center, issues of inequality  
Germany LMU Munich Social and Cultural Anthropology  
Germany Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Institute hosting a large number of economic anthropologists and research projects.  
Germany Goethe University Frankfurt Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, projects on value, informal markets, mobility  
Greece Panteion University Research on socio-economic transformations in Greece and postsocialist Bulgaria; household economies, kinship, and moral economies.  
Italy University of Turin Department of Cultures, Politics and Society  
Italy University of Bologna Host of the project "The Hau of Finance"  
Netherlands University of Leiden Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development  
Norway University of Oslo Research groups on political ecologies, resources and infrastructure, and an MA program in "Global Political Economy."  
Norway University of Bergen Host of the project "Frontlines of Value, Labor, and Class: Capitalism in the 21st Century"  
Poland University of Warsaw Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology  
Poland Centre for Anthropology and Comparative Commercial Law Private think-tank specialising in commercial contracts, corporate law, securities law (including capital market law), bankruptcy law and labour law using social science methods, including economic anthropology and sociology.  
Portugal Centre for Research in Anthropology (CRIA) The Centre for Research in Anthropology (CRIA) is an interuniversity R&D unit in Portugal with a group of economic anthropologists working on the broader themes of social reproduction, politics of welfare and political ecology.  
Romania Babes-Bolyai University Economic anthropology research and degree program within the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work at UBB.  
Romania Institute for Social Solidarity Non-profit research organization that debates questions of political economy from an interdisciplinary perspective  
Russia Higher School of Economics in Moscow International Centre of Anthropology: academic institution with economic anthropologists teaching and researching  
Russia Higher School of Economics in St Petersburg Intellectual Lab: Social Anthropology: academic institution with economic anthropologists teaching and researching  
Serbia University of Belgrade Department of Ethnology and Anthropology  
Slovenia University of Ljubljana Research on urban and transnational anthropology and the anthropology of migration, especially in South-Eastern Europe and Central and Eastern Europe.  
Spain University of Barcelona Department of Social Anthropology, Research group “GER: Anthropological Studies of the Economy, Politics and Law”  
Spain Balearic Institute of Anthropology Association with a number of economic anthropologists teaching and researching in the Baleares  
Sweden University of Stockholm Department of Social Anthropology, especially global development issues, infrastructure, transnational migration  
Switzerland University of Zurich Economic anthropology professorship with focus on Central Asia and Switzerland  
Switzerland University of Bern Economic anthropology unit researching commons, livelihoods and ecology and a range of classical themes.  
Switzerland Geneva Graduate Institute Anthropology and Sociology, global and transnational issues, development  
Switzerland University St. Gallen Several economic anthropologists working in various capacities.  
UK Royal Anthropological Institute The Royal Anthropological Institute has a sub-section for Economic Anthropology, including resources such as a list of films for hire, sale, or loan in the sub-discipline.  
UK London School of Economics Department of Anthropology, globalisation, economic transformations, labour, finance  
UK University of Edinburgh School of Social and Political Science, finance, food, infrastructure, energy  
UK University of Manchester Cluster of scholars working on "Critical, Political and Moral Economy"  
UK University of Cambridge Cluster of scholars working on "Economy, environment and wellbeing"  
UK University of St Andrews Department of Social Anthropology, Resources, climate change, environmental politics  
UK University of Sussex School of Global Studies/Department of Anthropology, Economy and Ecology, global and development issues  
UK Bournemouth University Research on political economy of colonial plantation regimes, racialised capitalism, gendered super-exploitation, and neoliberalism.