See below an abundant list of great academic opportunities: calls for papers and applications, fellowships and positions in various topics and themes in economic sociology and political economy, with May 15 – June 1st deadlines.
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Calls for papers for conferences and workshops
- CfP: “Squaring the Circle: Integrating Theories and Empirical Analyses in Economic Sociology“, European Sociological Association Research Network of Economic Sociology midterm conference, Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, (Spain), 22-24 September 2016. DL: May 15.
- CfP: “Industrialisation, socio-economic transformation and Institutions”, 28th Annual Conference of the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE), Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), 3–5 of November 2016. The conference has many tracks (with their own CfPs) such “Economic Sociology (B)”, “Monetary Economics, Finance and Financial Institutions (J)”. DL: May 15.
- CfP: “Rethinking Power in Communicative Capitalism. Critical Perspectives on Media, Culture and Society“, European Sociological Association Research Network of Sociology of Communications mid-term conference, ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Lisbon (Portugal), September 8-10, 2016. DL: May 15.
- CfP: Manchester Centre for Political Theory workshops (MANCEPT), Manchester, 7-9 September 2016. 30 workshops, including many related to various topics in political economy, labor, and so on. DL: May 15- June 1. DL for bursaries June 10.
- CfP: “Social Investment and Development“, the 3rd International Conference ESPAnet-Poland, University of Warsaw (Poland), September 22-24, 2016. The conference has 20 thematic streams. DL: May 15.
- CfP: “Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Global Finance: Taking Stock” workshop for junior scholars and PhD students, University of Bremen, 21-23 September 2016. DL: May 20.
- CfP: “Europe’s Spaces of Knowledge” international conference, Department of Philosophy, University of Siegen (Germany). Extended DL: May 15.
- CfP: “Global Histories of Taxation and State Finances Since the Late 19th Century” conference, Institute for European Global Studies, Basel (Switzerland), 01-03.12.2016. DL: May 30.
- CfP: “Visualizing Consumer Culture, Commodifying Visual Culture in the English-speaking World” conference, Université Paris-Sorbonne , 21-22 October 2016. DL: June 1.
- CfP: “Prizes and Prices: From Prizes to Prices and Vice Versa” workshop, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy), 13-14 January 2017. The workshop is a part of a broader project – “Performances of Value: Competition and Competitions Inside and Outside Markets”. Costs for travel, lodging, and meals for workshop participants will be covered. Deadline: May 31.
Summer schools and courses:
- CfA: “Repoliticising Capitalism: Contradictions, Critique and Alternatives” summer school, at Roskilde University (Danmark), 1-12 August, 2016. DL: May 15. https://www.ruc.dk/en/departments/department-of-social-sciences-and-business/summer-school-at-ise/repoliticising-capitalism-contradictions-critique-and-alternatives/
- CfA: “Capital and labour in an evolving and complex global economy”, the 10th EAEPE summer scool, University Roma Tre, 4 July – 8 July, 2016. DL: May 20.
- CfA: “Labour, Politics and Safety” summer school, 26 September – 3 October 2016, Maputo, Mozambique. Travel and accommodation costs of the selected participants will be covered by the organisers (Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin and Universidade Eduardo Mondlane in Maputo). DL: May 29.
- CfA: the 7th ECPR Summer School on Interest Group Politics, University of Copenhagen, 30 June – 8 July, 2016. DL: May 31.
Postdoctoral and Doctoral Positions
- Postdoctoral Position or Doctoral Position in economic history, long-run growth and development, and related fields, at The Department of Law, Business and Economics at the University of Bayreuth (Germany). DL: May 15.
- Doctoral and Postdoctoral researcher in the field of the sociology of markets, at the Sociology of Markets research group headed by Prof. Jens Beckert, The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (Cologne, Germany). DL: May 22.
- 2 PhD candidates for projects on the political economy of macroeconomic indicators, Department of Political Science, Universiteit van Amsterdam. One of the positions will study why China and India measure economic performance the way they do; the other one does the same for Brazil and South Africa (under Prof. Daniel Mügge). DL: June 1.