Great academic opportunities: 25 calls for papers, 6 PhD fellowships, a post-doc position, a job opening, a grant

Dear ES/PE community member, see below an abundant list of  great academic call for papersopportunities: 25 calls for papers for conferences and workshops (some are partially or fully funded), 6 PhD fellowships, a post-doc position, a job opening, a research grant — in various areas of economic sociology, political economy, and related fields, with January 15 — February 10 deadlines. Share this post with your colleagues and students. Good luck!

Calls for Papers:

CfP: “Development Today: Accumulation, Surveillance, Redistribution“, the  32nd meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands), 18-20 July 2020. Keynoters: Ruha Benjamin, Jayati Ghosh, Xiao Qiang, Guy Standing, Stephanie Barrientos. DL: January 24. 
SASE is the major scholarly and professional global organization of economic sociologists and political economists. Its meetings are genuine intellectual fetes thanks to the affluence of presented knowledge and a warm, stimulating atmosphere. SASE has 19 Research Networks focusing on various aspects of the socio-political study of the economy, and during the meeting will be held 17 thematic mini-conferences.
On the day before the conference will be conducted the SASE Early Career Workshop. Participants will have conference fee waived; their accommodation will be paid; and they will be also eligible to apply for a contribution to their travel costs. DL: January 24
SASE also invites nominations for the Alice Amsden Award for an outstanding book in the study of socio-economics. DL: January 24

> CfP: “More than Money: Art in Organizations“, University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands), 20-21 March, 2020.  No fees; funding to cover the costs of travel and/or accommodation could be allocated. DL: January 15

> CfP: “Regulatory Governance: Who Carries the Conversation?“, the 2020 Conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Regulatory Governance, University of Exeter (UK), 24-26 June 2020. DL: January 15

> CfP: “Business History in a Changing World“, the 24th Congress of the European Business History Association, Nagoya (Japan), September 10-12, 2020. DL: January 15

> CfP: “Development and Underdevelopment in the History of Economic Thought“, the European Society for the History of Economic Thought conference, University of National & World Economy (Sofia, Bulgaria), 28-30 May, 2020. DL: January 15

> CfP: “Convenience”, the Society for Economic Anthropology’s meeting, Notre Dame University (Indiana, USA), Apr 30 – May 2, 2020. The SEA has a limited amount of travel funding to support students and un/under-employed PhDs. DL: January 15

> CfP: Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Conference, University of Freiburg (Germany), September 21-22, 2020. Keynoters: Julia Leventon, Damien Giurco, Stefanie Hellweg. DL: January 15

> CfP: “Economic and Business History at the Crossroads“, the 45th Economic and Business History Society Annual Conference, Atlanta (Georgia, USA),  May 28-30, 2020.  The keynoter: Anne McCants. DL: January 15

> CfP: “Capital, Migration and the Left“, the 56th International Conference of Labour and Social History, Linz (Austria), 24-26 September 2020. DL: January 19

> CfP: “Bubbles and Crises; Mayhem and Misery; Corruption and Disruption“, The Association of Business Historians conference, Nottingham University Business School (UK), 26-27 June 2020. DL: January 20

> CfP: “Economy of Promises and Sociology of Expectations”, Science and Technology Studies conference, University of Montreal (Canada), August 24-29, 2020. Keynoters: Kornelia Konrad, Pierre-Benoît Joly. DL: January 24

> CfP: “The Neoliberal State Reconsidered: Risk, Surveillance, and the Future of Global Capitalism”, the 3rd Annual Chicago Comparative Historical Social Science Conference,  Northwestern University (Evanston, IL, USA), April 9-10, 2020. Keynoter: Sarah Quinn. DL: January 24

> CfP: “Historical Perspectives on Finance and Corporate Governance“, Doctoral Workshop, Queen’s University Belfast (UK), ​25 June 2020. there will be a limited number of scholarships to cover the costs of accommodation. DL: January 29

> CfP: “What’s Next? Critical Political Economy at the End of Neoliberalism?“, The Critical Political Economy Research Network of the European Sociological Association workshop, University of Limerick (Ireland), 19 – 20 June 2020. No fee. DL: January 31

> CfP: “Multinational Companies in Turbulent Times: Strategies, Norms, and Experimentation across Borders” conference, Seoul National University (Republic of Korea), 16-17 April 2020. No conference fee; two nights’ accommodations and meals will be covered. DL: January 31 

> CfP: The International Network for Social Network Analysis conference- SUNBELT, Paris (France), 2-7 June, 2020. There are specific CfPs for organized sessions.  Keynoters: Claire Bidart, Alain Degenne, Michel Grossetti. DL: January 31

> CfP: “Fridrich Engels in Eastbourne“, a conference on any aspect of Engels’ life, work, intellectual and political legacy, University of Brighton – Eastbourne campus (UK), 23 – 24 June, 2020. The keynoters: Tariq Ali, Terrell Carver. DL: January 31

> CfP: “Money on the Left: The Green New Deal Across the Arts & Humanities“, the 2nd Modern Money Network Humanities Division conference, Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, LA, USA), April 24-26, 2020. Keynoters: Lua Kamal Yuille, Astra Taylor. DL: February 1

> CfP: “Female Economies”, the 4th Women, Money, and Markets conference, University of Zurich, 10-12 June 2020. Keynoters: Nancy Henry, Emma Hart, Victoria Bateman, Lana L. Dalley. DL: February 4

> CfP: “Inequalities and Their Subjective Perceptions in a Changing World“, the 14th International German Socio-Economic Panel User Conference, German Institute for Economic Research (Berlin, Germany), July 9-10, 2020. Keynoters: Paul K. Piff, Eva Sierminska. DL: January 31

> CfP: “Sustainable consumption, everyday life and social change” early-career workshop, University of Helsinki (Finland), April 2-3, 2020. Keynoters: Mikko Jalas, Mika Pantzar. Meals will be offered; travel and accommodation costs will be covered up to certain amount. DL: January 30

> CfP: “Health and Poverty“,  Salzburg Conference in ​Interdisciplinary Poverty Research, University of Salzburg (Austria), 2-3 July 2020. Keynoters: Monica Magadi, Melissa Parker, Eva Selenko, Stefania Ilinca. DL: January 31

> CfP: “Social and Cultural Mechanisms behind Innovation” conference,  Inter-University Center, Dubrovnik (Croatia), 5-7 May 2020. DL: February 1

> CfP: History of Economics Society Conference, Utrecht University (The Netherlands), 18-21 June 2020. The HES provides support for Young Scholars in the form of free registration, banquet tickets, and a year’s membership. Some of the Young Scholars awardees will also receive $500 to cover travel and other costs. DL: February 1

> CfP: “Interrogating Social Imaginaries Examining Narratives of Past, Present and Future in Consumer Culture“, Consumer Culture Theory Conference,  University of Leicester (UK), 25-28 June 2020. DL: February 10

Postdoctoral Positions: 

> Two postdoctoral positions in Economic Sociology at The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG), Köln (Germany). DL: January 31

PhD Fellowships:

> Doctoral Fellowship at the Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies, Paris (France). Proposals in economic sociology, political economy, economic or political history are invited. DL: January 20

> PhD studentship “Embracing the gig economy? Choice versus necessity in late-life-working“, Northumbria University (Newcastle, UK). DL: January 24 

> PhD researcher in Economic Geography to work on sustainable finance and its opportunities and challenges for regional transition economies, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (Luxembourg). DL: January 31

> PhD Fellowship in Organizations and Social Change track to study the intersection of business and society, College of Management, University of Massachusetts Boston (USA). DL: February 1 

> PhD opportunity “Fair Work: Job Quality and Fairness in UK and Welsh Workplaces“,  Cardiff University (UK). DL: February 3

> PhD Fellowship in Political Economy of Inequality, Institute for Socio-Economics, Universität Duisburg-Essen (Duisburg, Germany). DL: February 7

Job openings:

> Full-time Senior/Researchers (PhD holders) in employment-related issues, The W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, Kalamazoo, Michigan (USA). The position is open until filled.

Research Grant:

> The Upjohn Institute invites proposals for Early Career Research Awards to carry out policy-related research on labor market issues. DL: January 24

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