Great academic opportunities: 11 calls for papers, 5 postdocs, 5 PhD fellowships, 5 summer schools, and 3 job openings

Dear ES/PE community member, see below an abundant list of great and interesting academic opportunities: call for papers8 calls for papers for conferences, 5 post-doctoral positions, 5 PhD fellowships,  5 calls for summer schools, 3 calls for contributions to journals specials issues, 3 job openings — in various areas of economic sociology and political economy, with May 31 – June 15 deadlines. Several conferences and schools are partially funded.
Share this post with your colleagues and students. Good luck!

Calls for Papers:

> CfP: “The Great Transformation and Contemporary Crises“, the 14th International Karl Polanyi Conference, Karl Polanyi Institute Asia in Seoul (South Korea), October 14-16, 2017. DL: May 31

> CfP: “Ten years since the global financial crisis: Social movements, labour & the crisis last time” workshop by The Australian Sociological Association’s ‘Sociology of Economic Life’ and ‘Work, Employment and Social Movements’ groups, held concurrently in Perth – Melbourne – Sydney, 1st December, 2017. The workshop will take the day after the TASA 2017 conference in Perth. DL: June 1

> CfP: “Taking the next step: new frontiers in the interdisciplinary study of finance“, the Warwick Critical Finance Group’s workshop for early-career researchers, University of Warwick (UK), 25-26 September 2017. Funds are available to support travel expenses for a number of unfunded participants. DL: June 1

CfP: “Creating a unified foundation for the Sustainable Development: research, practice and education“, the 5th ICSD conference, Roma Eventi Piazza della Pilotta (Rome, Italy), 6-7 September 2017. DL: June 10 

> CfP: “Elite human capital and the road to modernity: The East vs the West” conference, Aix Marseille Université (Marseilles, France), October 17-18 2017. Accommodation and meals will be covered.  DL: June 15

> CfP: “Time and Money: Themes In Labour Relations” an International Workshop, Georg-August-University, Göttingen (Germany), 15 – 16 December 2017. DL: June 15 

> CfP: “Sovereignty, Economy and the Global Histories of Natural Resources“, an international symposium at the University of Cambridge, December 18-19, 2017. A limited travel and accommodation support is available. DL: June 15 

> CfP: ““Forging Ahead Towards an Inclusive and Sustainable Globalization”, the Lien International Conference on Governance, Singapore, 27-28 October 2017. DL: June 15 

Calls for Papers for special issues:

> CfP: “The Shrinking State?“, a special issue of Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society. DL for abstracts: June 1

> CfP: “Militarism and Capitalism: The Work and Wages of Violence“, a special issue of Radical History Review. DL for abstracts: June 1

CfP: “Corporations, Capitalism and Society: Systemic Constraints in the Business and Society Relationship“, a special issue of Business & Society. DL for manuscripts: December 1

Summer Schools:

> CfA: “Institutions, Innovation and Societal Change“, PhD school organized by World Interdisciplinary Network for Institutional Research, Utrecht University (Netherlands), 12-14 September 2017. Accepted students are required to register for the WINIR Conference held after the PhD School. Several grants are available DL: June 1

> CfA: “Global Governance” Summer School for graduate students, University of Leuven (Belgium), 26-30 June 2017. DL: June 1 

> CfA: “Regulation of Local Public Services“, the 20th Edition of International Summer School, Torino (Italy), 4-15 September 2017. There is no participation fee for attendants from new (post 2004) EU Member States and non OECD countries. Free accommodation for all the participants. DL: June 5

> CfA: “Contemporary conditions of critique: power, value(s), economy“, PhD course, Research School on Peace and Conflict (Oslo, Norway), 20-22 September 2017. DL: June 9 

CfA: “Challenging an Unsustainable Economic System: Ethical economic thinking, activist skills for change“, Club of Rome Summer Academy, University of Florence (Italy), September 7-13, 2017. A limited number of grants are available. DL: June 11

Job openings:

> Senior Social Scientist in Labour Politics and EU Governance (part-time), University College Dublin School of Business. DL: June 5 

> Lecturer in Marxism (full time, various ranks), Zhejiang University – College of Humanities and Social Science (Zhejiang, China). DL: June 13 

Assistant Professor in the Economic Sociology of Algorithmic Finance (two three-year and non-tenured positions), Copenhagen Business School (Denmark). DL: June 15

Postdoc positions:

2 Postdoctoral Research Fellows in Labour Politics and the EU’s New Economic Governance Regime (full-time), University College Dublin School of Business. DL: June 5

Postdoc position for a project on “Financialisation of remittances” at the Université de Lausanne (Switzerland). DL: June 6

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow (three years) in Labour and Social History, University of Wolverhampton (UK). DL: June 8 

Postdoc in agent-based modelling of algorithmic finance (connected to “Algorithmic Finance: Inquiring into the Reshaping of Financial Markets” project), Copenhagen Business School (Denmark). DL: June 9

Doctoral scholarships:

> PhD Scholarships in “Time and Societal Challenges in a Changing Global Economy”, Copenhagen Business School (Denmark). DL: June 1 

7 PhD positions at the doctoral programme in Sociology and Social Research, University of Trento (Italy). Attention will be paid to proposals in the following areas: social change; comparative sociology; welfare and social policies; social inequality and stratification; economic sociology, labour market and organizational studies; migration studies; political sociology. DL: June 1

PhD scholarship “Multinational corporations in the age of anti- globalization” Copenhagen Business School. DL: June 1

> PhD scholarship “Politics and Policies of De-Globalization“, Copenhagen Business School (Denmark). DL: June 1 

2 PhD positions within the group “Political and Economic Anthropology of Southeast Asia” at Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology (Halle, Germany). DL: June 15 

Join the
Economic Sociology and Political Economy community via
Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn / Google+ / Instagram / Tumblr


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s