Taylor, E.B. 2013. Materializing Poverty: How the Poor Transform their Lives. Lanham, MD: AltaMira.

Taylor, E.B. (Ed.) 2010. Fieldwork Identities in the Caribbean. Coconut Creek, FL: Caribbean Studies Press.

Book chapters

Taylor, E.B. and H.A. Horst. Forthcoming 2017. Designing Financial Literacy in Haiti. In Design Anthropology: Object Cultures in Transition, edited by Alison J. Clarke. Springer.

Taylor, E.B. and H.A. Horst. Forthcoming. A living fence: Mobility and financial inclusion on the Haitian-Dominican Border. In Money at the Margins: Global Perspectives on Technology, Inclusion and Design, edited by S. Musaraj and I. Small. 

Taylor, E.B. 2015. Mobile money: Financial globalization, alternative, or both? In MoneyLab Reader: An Intervention in Digital Economy, edited by Geert Lovink, Nathaniel Tkacz and Patricia de Vries, pp.244-256. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures.

Taylor, E.B. and H.A. Horst. 2014. The aesthetics of mobile money platforms in Haiti. In Routledge Companion to Mobile Media, edited by G. Goggin and L. Hjorth, pp.462-471. Oxon and New York: Routledge.

Taylor, E.B. 2010. A reluctant locality: The politics of place and progress. In Local Lives: Migration and the Politics of Place, edited by C. Trundle and B. Boenisch-Brednich, pp.101-117. Surrey, U.K.: Ashgate.

Journal articles

Taylor, E.B. and H.A. Horst. Forthcoming (accepted 6 April 2017). Banking on the market: Mobile phones and social goods provision in Haiti. In "Unseen Connections: The Materiality of Cell Phones," special issue edited by B. Kobak, A. Kemble, J.A. Bell and J. Kuipers. Anthropological Quarterly.

Horst, H.A. and E.B. Taylor. 2014. The role of mobile phones in the mediation of border crossings: A study of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. TAJA 25(2): 155-170.

Taylor, E.B. 2014. Why the cocks trade: What a transnational art market can reveal about cross-border relations. In “Visualising Ethnography: Ethnography’s Role in Art and Visual Cultures,” edited by H. Horst and L. Hjorth, Visual Studies 29(2):181-190.

Taylor, E..B. 2014. When crisis is experienced as continuity: Materialities of time in Haiti. In ‘Biographical Time in Contexts of Radical Social Changes: Methodological Questions,’ edited by I. Rivoal and M. Heinz. Ethnologie Française 3(44): 491-502.

Taylor, E.B. 2010. ¡Crisis is coming! Material manifestations of immaterial ends. Proceedings of the symposium Anthropology and the Ends of Worlds, The University of Sydney, March 25-26.

Taylor, E.B. 2009. Poverty as danger: Fear of crime in Santo Domingo. In ‘Media Worlds,’ special issue edited by H. Horst and A. Pertierra, International Journal of Cultural Studies 12(2):35-52. Versión en español

Taylor, E.B. 2009. Modern dominicanidad: Nation-building and politics of exclusion in Santo Domingo since the 1880s. Dialectical Anthropology 33:209-217.Taylor, E.B. 2009. From el campo to el barrio: Memory and social imaginaries in Santo Domingo. Identities: Studies in Global Power and Culture 16(2):157-78. Versión en español


Taylor, E.B. and G. Lynch. 2016. Consumer Finance Research Methods Toolkit. IMTFI, University of California Irvine.

Reports and working papers

Taylor, E.B. Counting on change: What currency can tell us about inequality in Haiti. OAC Press Working Paper Series #22.

Taylor, E.B. and G. Lynch. 2014. Global Consumer Finance: Sharing Knowledge for Better Research. IMTFI, University of California Irvine, November.

Taylor, E. B. 2014. Materiality and the making of moral economies. ICS Working Papers, 4.

Taylor, E.B., E. Baptiste and H.A. Horst. 2011.  Mobile Money in Haiti: Potentials and Challenges. IMTFI, University of California Irvine.

Baptiste, E., H.A. Horst and E.B. Taylor. 2010. Haitian Monetary Ecologies and Repertoires: A Qualitative Snapshot of Money Transfer and Savings. IMTFI, University of California Irvine.


Taylor, E.B. and G. Lynch. 2015. Taking on debt: Perspectives from across the social sciences (part 2). IMTFI Blog, 26 August

Taylor, E.B. and G. Lynch. 2015. Taking on debt: Perspectives from across the social sciences (part 1). IMTFI Blog, 24 August.

Taylor, E.B. and G. Lynch. 2015. Decoupling financial inclusion and well-being: A case study from Haiti. IMTFI Blog, 21 April.

Taylor, E.B. and G. Lynch. 2015. Consumers, users, clients, subjects: Towards people-centric collaborations. IMTFI Blog, 10 February.

Taylor, E.B. and G. Lynch. 2014. How sharing approaches and methods can improve our research in global finance. IMTFI Blog, 4 December.

Taylor, E.B. 2014. Imaginary currencies: When money isn’t always what it seems. PopAnth: Hot Buttered Humanity, November 22.

Taylor, E.B. 2014. Cash in crisis: Mobilizing agents in post-earthquake Haiti. IMTFI Blog, January 6.

Taylor, E.B. 2014. Safety in numbers: Squatting as social and financial security. Charisma, 6 October.

Taylor, E.B. and H.A. Horst. 2013. From street to satellite: Mixing methods to understand mobile money users. Proceedings of the Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference, London, September 15-19.

Taylor, E.B. 2013. Generations of Haitian descendents made stateless in the Dominican Republic. The Huffington Post, October 25.

Taylor, E.B. 2013. Is Poverty a State of Mind? INESAD Development Roast, January 24.

Taylor, E.B. 2012. Haiti’s Mobile Money at the British Museum. IMTFI Blog, July 9.

Taylor, E.B. 2011. Formalizing domestic remittances in Haiti. CSA Newsletter 39(1):30-1.

Taylor, E.B. 2011. Me2Me Transactions: Customer Adaptation of M-Banking for Personal Use. IMTFI Blog, April 12.

Taylor, E.B. 2011. Cash for Fish: Potential Applications of Mobile Banking on Haiti’s Southern Trade Route. IMTFI Blog, April 4.

Taylor, E.B. 2011. T-Cash Town? Food Aid and Mobile Money in Saint Marc. IMTFI Blog, March 24.

Taylor, E.B. 2011. Will Mobile Money Really Bank the Unbanked? IMTFI Blog, February 10.

Taylor, E.B. 2011. The Rollout of Mobile Money in Haiti. IMTFI Blog, January 24.

Book reviews

 Taylor, E.B. 2017. Money as Icon: Digging Deeper Into Capitalism's
Affective Properties
, Review of The Emotional Logic of Capitalism: What Progressives Have Missed by Martijn Konings, Journal of Cultural Economy.

Taylor, E.B. 2016. Review of "Lived Economies of Default: Consumer Credit, Debt Collection and the Capture of Affect" by Joe Deville. Social Anthropology, 24(1): 115-117.

Taylor, E.B. 2015. Review of "Dreaming of Money in Ho Chi Minh City” by Allison Truitt. PopAnth: Hot Buttered Humanity, September 3.

Taylor, E.B. 2015. Review of "Devising Consumption: Cultural Economies of Insurance, Credit and Spending” by Liz McFall. Social Anthropology, 23(3): 398-399.

Taylor, E.B. 2015. Review of "Pastoralism in Africa: Past, Present and Future” edited by Michael Bollig, Michael Schnegg and Hans-Peter Wotzka. Social Anthropology, 23(2): 228-230..

Taylor, E.B. 2013. Review of "Debt: The First 5,000 Years” by David Graeber. PopAnth: Hot Buttered Humanity, April 5.

Taylor, E.B. 2012. Review of "Fool’s Gold” by Gillian Tett. PopAnth: Hot Buttered Humanity, September 7.

Taylor, E.B. 2012. Review of "Life in Debt. Times of Care and Violence in Neoliberal Chile” by Clara Han. Social Anthropology, 20(4): 506-507.

Taylor, E.B. 2012. Review of "Haiti After the Earthquake” by Paul Farmer. PopAnth: Hot Buttered Humanity, September 4.

Invited presentations

Taylor, E.B. 2016. AAA Executive Roundtable on Anthropology and the Public, Wenner-Gren Session at the American Anthropological Association conference, Minneapolis, November 16-20.

Taylor, E.B. 2016. Seminar at the Department of Anthropology, Maastricht University, 11 May.

Taylor, E.B. 2016.Consumer finance in the digital age: Practices and aspirations in Hispaniola. Seminar at the Department of Anthropology, University of Leiden, 18 April.

Taylor, E.B. 2016. Ethnographic approaches to financial systems: Integrating analysis of credit and debt across scale and context. Debt Trails workshop, ELTE University, Budapest, 3-4 March.

Taylor, E.B. 2016. A living fence: Mobility and inequality across the Haiti-Dominican Republic border. Seminar for the Department of Athropology, University of Utrecht, 21 January.

Taylor, E.B. 2015. Money talks: How language automates our transactions and creates currency. Lecture at The University of Paderborn, Germany, 19 May.

Participation in The Guardian debate, 14 ways to promote financial inclusion. November 2014.

Taylor, E.B. 2014. The curation of the self in the age of the Internet. IUAES/JASCA Conference, Tokyo, May 15-18.

Taylor, E.B. 2014. Mobile money and the "social good" of financial globalization. MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives, Institute for Network Cultures, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 21-22.

Taylor, E.B. 2013. Materiality and the making of moral economies. Seminar at the Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa, 26 April.

Taylor, E.B. and H.A. Horst. 2012. Mobiles, migrants and money on the border of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. IMTFI Conference, University of California, Irvine, USA, December 3-7.

Taylor, E.B. 2012. The enabling constraints of poverty’s materiality: Notes from a Dominican squatter settlement. Seminar at the University of East London, November 8.

Horst, H.A. and E.B. Taylor. 2012. Mobile securities: Technology and livelihood in Haiti. Session entitled Mobile Lifestyles, Crossroads Conference, Paris, July.

Taylor, E.B. 2011. Migrants, money and merchandise: Multiple uses of trade routes in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Workshop entitled Markets, Materiality and Consumer Practices, University of Queensland, Australia, May 26-27.

Horst, H.A. and E.B. Taylor. 2010. Mobiles, migrants and money. Virtual session at the International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Migration, University of Deusto, Bilbao, November 10-12.

Horst, H.A., E. Baptiste and E.B. Taylor. 2010. Haitian money ecologies and repertoires: A qualitative snapshot of money transfer and savings. IMTFI Conference, University of California Irvine, USA, September 29-October 1.

Taylor, E.B. 2009. Abajo el puente: Production, consumption and the politics of place in Santo Domingo. Séminaire d’Anthropologie Américaniste at the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris, June.