Great academic opportunities: 18 calls for papers, 8 jobs, 5 postdocs, 3 PhD fellowships, 2 grants, a summer school

Dear ES/PE community member, see below a fresh list of great academic opportunities: call for papers18 calls for papers for conferences and workshops (some are partially or fully funded), 8 job openings, 5 post-doc / visiting positions, 3 doctoral fellowships, 2 research grants, a summer school — in various areas of economic sociology, political economy, and related fields, with August 9 – September 9 deadlinesShare this post with your colleagues and students. Good luck!

Calls for Papers:

> CfP: “Challenging the Work Society“, an interdisciplinary conference on the future of work, Birkbeck, University of London (UK), 27-28 September 2019. The keynoter: Kathi Weeks. No fee. DL: August 9

> The 13th Southern California Comparative Political Institutions conference, Division of Politics and Economics at Claremont Graduate University (California. USA), September 13, 2019. No registration fee. DL: August 10 

> CfP: “Financialization and Development in the Global South” conference, Centro Cultural de la Cooperación, Buenos Aires (Argentina), 26-28 November 2019. The keynoters: Raquel Rolnik, Cédric Durand, Daniela Gabor, Martín Abeles. No fee for participants from the Global South. DL: August 16

> CfP: “The Political Economy of Contested Territories in Latin America” workshop, the Department of Politics at the University of York (England, UK), 26-27 September 2019. No fees; meals will be provided. DL: August 16

> CfP: “1989’s Loose Ends“, the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies conference, University College London, 7-8 November, 2019. Orginizer are looking for works on neoliberalism and globalisation after 1989, across Asia, Africa and Latin America. No fee. There are several travel bursaries available. DL: August 20.

> CfP: “Democratising Infrastructures: Exploring the Relation between Materiality and Democracy” workshop, Durham University (England, UK), 23-24 January, 2020. Travel costs for UK / overseas participants will be reimburse (up to £100/£250); food and accommodation will be covered. DL: August 30

> CfP: “Properties in Transformation: Broadening the Research Agenda“, the 2nd International Symposium, Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning (Sao Paolo, Brazil), 16-17 December 2019. No fee. DL: August 30

> CfP: The 2nd International Conference on Heterodox Economics: 100th Birthday of Hyman Minsky and Robert Heilbroner, Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Bogota, Colombia), 13-15 November 2019. The keynoters: Jan Kregel and Yeva Nersisyan. DL: August 30

> CfP:  “No Middle Ground: From Flickers of Hope to Flames of Resistance“, the 8th annual Historical Materialism conference, Melbourne (Australia), 6-7 December, 2019. DL: August 31

> CfP: “Productive Transformation, Regional Asymmetries, and Social Exclusion in Ibero-America“, the 4th Ibero-American meeting on Socioeconomics – the SASE Regional Conference, Universidad Nacional, Costa Rica 20-22 November 2019. DL: August 31

> CfP: “Complementary currencies and societal challenges: Crossing academic and practitioners knowledge/perspectives” international conference, Brussels (Belgium), 21-22 November, 2019. DL: September 1

> CfP: “DATUM: what are the root causes of the social problems that animate the ways you work, learn, build, or resist?“, The inaugural Race, Space, Place unConference, Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, Virginia, USA), November 15-17, 2019. DL: September 1 

> CfP: “Social Mobility” workshop by The Banque de France and the Centre for Economic Policy Research, the Banque de France (Paris), 14-15 November, 2019. The keynoters: Wojciech Kopczuk and Jean-Marc Robin. Travel and accommodation expenses will be covered. DL: September 1

>  CfP: The 4th Conference on the “Political Economy of Democracy and Dictatorship”, University of Münster (Germany), February 27-29, 2020. The keynoters: Roger Congleton and Marta Reynal-Querol. Meals will be provided. DL: September 2

> CfP: “Transforming Capitalism through Real Utopias. Featuring Erik Olin Wright’s legacy” international conference, University of Coimbra (Portugal), 23-24 January 2020. The keynoters: Fred Block, Gay Seidman, Boaventura de Sousa Santos. DL: September 2

> CfP: The 2020 Economic History Society Annual Conference, St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford (UK), 17-19 April, 2020. DL: September 2 

> CfP: “Policy, Politics and Pluralism: Pluralistic economics for the post-Trump era”, the International Confederation of Associations for Pluralism in Economics Conference, University of San Diego (San Diego, California, USA), January 5-6, 2020. Scholarships are available for graduate students. DL: September 4

> CfP: “EU Law in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution”, the first YEL Annual EU Law and Policy Conference, Paris, January 2020. DL: September 8

PhD Fellowships:

> PhD scholarship within the field of global economic governance at the Department of Organization, Copenhagen Business School (Denmark). DL: August 15 

> PhD Scholarships at the Department of International Economics, Government and Business, Copenhagen Business School (Denmark). DL: August 15

> PhD scholarship in Industrial Foundation Governance at the Center for Corporate Governance, Copenhagen Business (Denmark). DL: September 1

Postdoctoral and Temporal Positions: 

> Postdoctoral Scholar in Poverty and Social Policy, the Center on Poverty and Social Policy at the Columbia University School of Social Work (2-year position). DL: August 15

> Visiting Professor of Social Stratification and Quantitative Methods, Oct 2019 – Feb 2021, the University of Vienna (Austria). DL: August 15

> Postdoc Position as a part of “An Intellectual History of Global Inequality, 1960-2015” project at Aarhus University (Denmark). The successful applicant will run the sub-project on India and study the intellectual history of international and global economic inequality in India. (2-year position). DL: August 16 

> Post-doc position for “Who is leading the change? Innovation and influence in the epistemic community for macroprudential regulation between central banks, IMF and academia” (one-year), Center for European Studies and Comparative Politics, Sciences Po (Paris). DL: August 28

> Research Fellow  to work on a 2-year project ‘Central banking for Sustainability’, Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, University College London. DL: August 29

Research Grants: 

> Facebook invites research proposal on how (and whether) the digital economy and online platforms create opportunity and encourage social mobility, as well as identify and address inequalities in opportunity in the United States. DL: August 19

> The Hogeg Blockchain Research Institute invites researchers from all academic disciplines to submit research proposals on Blockchain technology. DL: August 30

Summer School:

> CfA: The First Nagwain School on Marxism, Society for Technology and Development, Nagwain, (Himachal Pradesh, India), September 20 to October 4, 2019. No participation fee; food and accommodation will be provided. DLAugust 15

Job openings:

> Research Fellow in Labour Market and Workforce Data Analysis, Centre for Employment Relations, Leeds University (UK). Applicants’ background could be in employment relations, sociology of work and employment, human resource management, labour economics. DL: August 9 

> Lecturer/Senior Lecturer specializing in changing nature of employment/ organisational studies/ entrepreneurship at the Faculty of Business and Law, The Open University (Milton Keynes, UK). DL: August 29

> Full-time permanent faculty members at various levels to establish  a research centre on Digital Futures at Work, University of Sussex (UK). Applicants from Science and Technology Studies, Organisation Studies, Sociology or Economics, and Human Resources Management are encouraged to apply. DL: August 30

> Associate Professor in Economic History at the Department of Economic History and International Relations, Stockholm University (Sweden). DL: August 30

> Assistant Professor in Global Political Economy, the Department of Social Science and Business, Roskilde University (Denmark). The position is for 3 years. DL: September 1

> Associate Senior Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Political Science with specialization Development studies, Stockholm University (Sweden). DL: September 2 

> Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Business History, the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School (Denmark). DL: September 3

> Assistant Professor (tenure track) of Sociology, California State University, Northridge (Los Angeles, California, USA).  Priority will be given to those who expertise in one or more of these areas: social welfare, inequality and diversity, social movements and political sociology. DL: September 9

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