See below a list of great academic opportunities: calls for papers and participation, Post-doc and job openings in various topics and themes of economic sociology and political economy, with September 12 – 23 deadlines. Share this list with your colleagues and students. Good luck!
- CfP: “The Road to Global Inequality, 1945-Present Day: New Historical Perspectives” conference, Aarhus University (Denmark), 3 – 4 November, 2016. Keynote speakers: Göran Therborn (Cambridge, UK; author of The Killing Fields of Inequality), Michael J. Thompson (William Paterson University, USA), Ravinder Kaur (University of Copenhagen), Morten Jerven (Norwegian University of Life Sciences). DL: September 23.
- CfP: “Can Pluralism Save Economics? Pluralistic Approaches to Teaching and Research in Economics” conference, International Confederation of Associations for Pluralism in Economics, Roosevelt University (Chicago, IL, USA), January 5, 2017. DL: September 12 (extended).
- CfP: “Origins, implementation and funding of European policies from the Schuman Plan to Maastricht” conference, New University of Lisbon (Lisbon, Portugal), 8 – 9 May, 2017. DL: September 15.
- CfP: “Marginalisation, Poverty and Decentralisation” conference, Kerala Institute of Local Administration (Thrissur, Kerala, India), co-organized by ISA Research Committee on Participation, Organizational Democracy and Self-Management and ISA Working Group on Famine and Society, November 19-22, 2016. DL: September 15.
- Professorship with special responsibilities in the field of Economic Sociology, the Department of Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School. DL: September 15.
- Postdoctoral researcher with a specific interest in the role of private actors in transnational regulation, the Asser Institute for International and European law in The Hague (the Netherlands). DL: September 12
- Call for Participation: “Discourse, Ideology, and Political Economy” winter school (free of charge), University of Valencia (Spain), 17–19 January, 2017. DL: September 20.
- Call for papers for special issue on “The Political Economy of University, INC“, World Economic Review: Contemporary Policy Issues. Submissions from all disciplines are welcome.
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