Great academic opportunities: 8 calls for papers, 7 jobs, 4 postdocs, 3 PhD fellowships, 3 awards, 2 grants

Dear ES/PE community member, see below a list of great academic opportunities:call for papers  8 calls for papers for conferences and special issues, 7 job openings, 4 post-doc positions, 3 PhD fellowships, 3 awards, and 2 grants in various areas of economic sociology, political economy, and related fields, with September 28 — October 31 deadlinesShare this post with your colleagues and students. Best wishes and good luck!

Calls for Papers:

> CfP: The Economic History Society annual conference, the University of Warwick (UK) or online, 9 – 11 April, 2021. DL: September 28

> CfP: “The ‘new’ social relations of digital technology and the future of work“, New Technology, Work and Employment’s special issue. DL: September 30 

> CfP: “Freedom, work and organizations in the 21st century: Freedom for whom and for whose purpose?“, Human Relations‘ special issue. DL: October 1

> CfP: Colloquium on Regulatory Governance for PhD students, held online and organized by the Governance and Regulation Network at the Centre for Global Business, Monash Business School (Australia), 10–11 December 2020. No fee. DL: October 9

> CfP:”The Social Life of Chinese Infrastructures in Southeast Asia“, the Third China Made Workshop, National University of Singapore, May 19-21, 2021. Participents will be provided a subsidy for a round-trip airfare, board, and meals. DL: October 9

> Call for Proposals for Mini-Conferences at the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics annual meeting “After Covid? Critical Conjunctures and Contingent Pathways of Contemporary Capitalism“,  Amsterdam or online, July 3-5, 2021. DL: October 10

> CfP: “Regulatory Governance” conference for early career researchers, organized  by the Early Career Network of the ECPR Standing Group on Regulatory Governance, ONLINE, December 7, 2020. DL: October 25

> CfP: “Security in Work? The workplace after COVID-19“, the 39th International Labour Process Conference, University of Greenwich, 12-14 April 2021. DL: October 31

PhD Fellowships

> PhD Position to study social inequality related to the integration of immigrants in the labour market, University of Lausanne (Switzerland). DL: September 30

> PhD fellowship on  “Financialisation of nursing homes: privatisation, political economy, Covid–a case study from Ireland“, Geary Institute for Public Policy, University College Dublin. DL: October 5

> PhD scholarship on “Government measures to contain economic fallout from the Covid-19 crisis: A comparative study across the United Kingdom and European Union“, University of Greenwich (UK). DL: October 15

Postdoctoral Positions: 

> Postdoctoral Researcher in Sociology of Networks / Social Mobility, Department of Sociology, University of Oxford. DL: September 28

> Postdoctoral Fellowships in “Politics of Inequality“, University of Konstanz (Germany). DL: October 15

> Postdoctoral Fellowships on the Foundations of Value and Values, The New Institute for Advanced StudiesHamburg (Germany). DL: October 28

> Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Eviction Lab, Department of Sociology at Princeton University. DL: October 31

Awards:

> The Ellis W. Hawley Prize for the book-length historical study of the political economy, politics, or institutions of the United States, given by the Organization of American Historians. DL: October 1

> The David Montgomery Award for the best book on American labor and working-class history,  given by the Organization of American Historians and the Labor and Working-Class History Association. DL: October 1

> The Merle Curti Social History Award for the best book in American social histor, given by the Organization of American Historians. DL: October 1

Grants:

> Transform! Europe is seeking studies on aspects of national recovery plans of EU Member States in the wake of the Corona Crisis. DL for proposals: Sep 30

>  4 grants (2 senior and 2 junior) for a Thematic Research Group on conservatisms, Maria Sibylla Merian International Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences Conviviality-Inequality in Latin America. DL: October 4

Job openings:

> Faculty Positions (various ranks) in comparative or historical political economy, The Australian Catholic University in Melbourne. DL: September 28

> Academic position (various ranks) in Work and Organisation Studies, KU Leuven (Belgium). DL: September 30

> Research Group Leader (open topic) at the Cluster of Excellence “The Politics of Inequality“, University of Konstanz (Germany). DL: October 4

>  Executive Director, Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO) – a critical, independent, not-for-profit research centre investigating multinational companies for public interest groups and civil society, The Netherlands. DL: October 7

> Assistant Professor in Political Economy of Development (tenure-track), Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago (USA). DL: October 21

> Assistant or Associate Professor (no tenure) in Entrepreneurship / Innovation, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. DL: October 23

> Assistant or Associate Professor (tenure track) in Work, Employment, and Organization Studies, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. DL: October 30

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1 Response to Great academic opportunities: 8 calls for papers, 7 jobs, 4 postdocs, 3 PhD fellowships, 3 awards, 2 grants

  1. agrohimcbs says:

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