The Raced Markets project draws together research which broadly addresses this core question and also variously seeks to answer the following:
Can the global financial crisis be seen as a raced event? How is Black power enacted through the economy? How does race function in processes of dispossession, accumulation, and appropriation? How is poverty politically produced along racial lines? How does deprived space give meaning to racialised bodies? How does race work through emerging bioeconomies of genes and cells? Is race foundationally implicated in the discipline of Political Economy? Are race, gender, and class produced in relation to one another? How much is whiteness worth? How does racial power operate through economies of migration? What is the relationship between race and enclosure?