Great academic opportunities: 19 calls for papers, 6 postdocs, 6 jobs, 4 visiting positions, PhD fellowship

Dear ES/PE community member, see below a list of  great academic call for papersopportunities: 19 calls for papers for conferences and workshops (some are partially or fully funded), 6 post-doc positions, 6 job openings, 4 visiting positions, a PhD fellowship — in various areas of economic sociology, political economy, and related fields, with December 6 – January 6 deadlines. Share this post with your colleagues and students. Good luck!

Calls for Papers:

> CfP: “Organizing Sustainably: Actors, Institutions and Practices“, the 15th Organization Studies Workshop, Crete (Greece), 20-3 May 2020. DL: December 6

> CfP: “Bridging Divides: Challenging Colonialism and Anti-blackness“, the Society for Socialist Studies conference, University of Western Ontario (Canada), June 1-3, 2020. A limited number of travel grants are available. DL: December 6

> CfP: “The Role of Economic Experts in Crisis-Prone Societies” workshop,  University of Naples (Italy), 15-18 April 2020. DL: December 10

> CfP: “Social Inequalities and Cohesion”, the European Consortium of Sociological Research annual conference, University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands), July 1-3, 2020. Keynoters: Alice Goisis (University College London), Joscha Legewie (Harvard), Borja Martinovic (Utrecht). DL: December 13

> CfP: “Expected Inequalities and Unintended Symmetries“, the 8th Unintended Consequences workshop, University of Warsaw (Poland), 11-12 May 2020. Keynoters: Sam Friedman and Daniel Laurison. DL: December 15

> CfP: “Degrowth: Strategies for Social-Ecological Transformation” conference, University of Vienna (Austria ) May 29 – June 1, 2020. DL: December 15

> CfP: The 2nd International Conference on Policy Diffusion and Development Cooperation, Federal University of São Paulo (Brazil), 25-27 May, 2020. Global South scholars have 40% fee reduction. Keynoters: Claire Dunlop, Benjamin Cashore, Eugene McCann. DL: December 15

> CfP: “From the Great Transformation to the Eco-social Transition. New Solidarities in Action“, the 4th EMES-Polanyi International Seminar, EHESS (Paris, France), March 19-20, 2020. DL: December 15

> CfP: “Capitalist Realism: 10 Years On” symposium, University of Huddersfield (UK), February 15-16, 2020. Keynoter: Sukhdev Sandhu (NYU). Free registration for presenters without institutional funding. DL: December 16

> CfP: “New Perspectives on Interwar Financial and Banking Crises” conference,  Paris School of Economics (France),  June 29-30, 2020. Organisers can cover the accommodation and travel costs. DL: December 16

> CfP: “The Politics of Finance – Creditworthiness, Credibility and Reputation on Global Markets” interdisciplinary conference, International History Department, Graduate Institute Geneva (Switzerland), 18-19 June 2020. Funding opportunities are available to defray travel and accommodation expenses. DL: December 20

> CfP: “(Post-)Neoliberalism in Latin America? Ruptures, continuities and alternatives of the progressive governments” workshop, University College of London (UK), January 23, 2020. DL: December 22

> CfP: “Capitalism and Contention”, a conference on the intersection of political economy and social movement studies, Department of Sociology, New York University (NY, USA), 13-15 March 2020. Keynoter: Vivek Chibber (NYU). DL: December 31

> CfP: “Culture and Economics“, the 5th International Economic Philosophy Conference, University of Warsaw (Poland), 24-26 June 2020. Keynoters: Mary Morgan (LSE), Raquel Fernández (NYU), Kacper Pobłocki (Warsaw). DL: December 31

> CfP and artworks: “Economia – The Limited Edition” conference aims to invent new avenues for playful and imaginative future developments in economics, economy and alternative value systems, Natlab, Eindhoven (The Netherlands), 15-16 May 2020. Limited funding available to support the travel and accommodation. DL: December 3

> CfP: Labor Research and Action Network (LRAN) National Conference, Morehouse College (Atlanta, GA, USA), March 12-13, 2020. DL: January 3

> CfP: “Economic Development” conference organised jointly by the Japanese Association for Development Economics and Centre for Economic Policy Research, University of Tokyo (Tokyo, Japan), 18- 19 April, 2020. DL: January 5

> CfP: “Flowing Markets“, the 6th Interdisciplinary Market Studies Workshop and PhD pre-workshop day, Sciences Po Grenoble (France) Grenoble,  3-5 June, 2020. Keynoters: Marieke de Goede, Brett Christophers. DL: January 6

> CfP: The Cambridge Journal of Economics conference in heterodox economics and related social science disciplines, Newnham College, Cambridge (UK), 8-9 September 2020. DL: January 6

Postdoctoral Positions: 

> Postdoctoral Fellowship Program in Regional Political Economy (one year; regarding Middle East, Asia, Africa and Latin America), Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance (NCGG) at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. DL: December 9

> Postdoctoral Research Associate, Globalization and Governance Program (one year; international and comparative political economy, global governance, globalization), Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. DL: December 9

> Postdoctoral Reseacher to join the project on the socio-economic aspects of market emergence for quantum computing (prior understanding of quantum computing or quantum physics is not expected), Department of Management Studies, Aalto University (Helsinki, Finland). DL: December 15

> Postdoctoral fellow in Ageing and Social Change (up to 2 years), Linköping University (Sweden). DL: December 15

Postdoctoral position “Resolving Precariousness: Advancing the Theory and Measurement of Precariousness across the Paid / Unpaid Work Continuum” (one year), Centre for Sociological Research, Unit Work and Organisations, KU Leuven (Belguim). DL: December 15

> Postdoctoral Scholar, Stone Center on Socio-Economic Inequality, the CUNY Graduate Center (Manhattan, NYC). DL: December 22

PhD Fellowships:

> PhD Scholarship in “Capitalism and Labour Exploitation: the Role of Accounting in the Maritime Labourers’ Market“, University of Greenwich (UK). DL: December 16

Job openings:

> Research Fellow, Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship, Aston University (Birmingham, England, UK). DL: December 18 

> Assistant Professor in Feminist Political Economy (Tenure Track), Department of Political Science, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (USA). DL: December 28

> Assistant Professor in Social Networks and Inequalities, Department of Sociology,  Hong Kong Baptist University. DL: December 31

> Professor in Urban Studies within Economic Geography / Economic History / Economic Sociology areas, Malmö University (Sweden). DL: January 3

> Lecturer in Political Economy (tenured, full-time), Department of Political Economy, University of Sydney (Sydney, Australia). DL: January 6

> Lecturer in International Political Economy at the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, Queen’s University Belfast. DL: January 6

Visiting positions:

> Visiting Fellowship Program in Regional Political Economy (one year; regarding Middle East, Asia, Africa and Latin America), Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance (NCGG) at Princeton University‘s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. DL: December 9

> Visiting Globalization and Governance Fellowship Program, (one year; international and comparative political economy, global governance, globalization), Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. DL: December 9

> Visiting Fellowships in the History of Political Economy for senior scholars / junior scholars / final-year PhD students at Center for the History of Political Economy, Duke University (NC, USA). DL: January 6

> USC Berggruen Visiting Fellowships (one-year) in areas related to “Great Transformations: Future of Capitalism” projects, University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA, USA). DL: January 6

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