Great academic opportunities: 15 calls for papers, 8 summer schools, 6 jobs, 5 PhD fellowships, a postdoc, an award

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Dear ES/PE community members, after a short intermission (thanks for your kind inquiries!) — we are back. Find below a list of great academic opportunities:  15 calls for papers for conferences and special issues, 8 summer schools, 6 job openings, 5 PhD fellowships, a postdoc position, and an award in economic sociology, political economy, and related fields, with June 30 – July 31 deadlines. Share this post with your colleagues and students.  Good luck!

Calls for Papers:

> CfP: The 14th History of Recent Economics Conference, ESSCA School of Management, Angers (France) or online, November 5-6, 2021. DL: June 30

> CfP: “Jews, Gender, and Economies in History” workshop by Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, via Zoom, 4–5 October, 2021. No fee. DL: June 30

> CfP: “New Economy in the Post-pandemic Period” conference, online, October 21-22, 2021. Keynoters: Daniel J. Galvin, Charlie Dannreuther, Bogdan Negrea. DL: June 30

> CfP: “The Politics and Political Economy of Monetary Policy”, Review of Political Economy‘s symposium. DL for proposals: July 1

> CfP: “Implications of Post-Keynesian Economics for the Study of Growth Models in the Global North and Global South: Theoretical and Methodological Challenges“, the 2nd Workshop of the Growth Models in the Global South Studies Network, online, September 9, 2021. Keynoter: Engelbert Stockhammer. DL: July 1

Don’t you want to attend the most interesting and promising online talks and webinars on various topics in economic sociology and political economy from all over the world? Of course you do! So follow the ES/PE’s FacebookTwitter, and Linkedin pages, Whatsapp and Telegram channels to have information about these events that are publicized only on our social media several days before they take place.

> CfP: “Jews, Europe, and the Business of Culture“, a workshop by the Centre for European Research at the University of Gothenburg and Centre for Business History at Stockholm, November 23-34, 2021. Keynoter: Gideon Reuveni. No fee. Selected papers will be published in a special journal issue. DL: July 1

> CfP: “Performance and Populism: Mobilization and Popular Power on the Left“, an  interdisciplinary conference organized by the University of Warwick and the University of California-Berkeley, Online, November 3-5, 2021. DL: July 7

> CfP: “Building Back Better? Financing A Resilient, Sustainable and Inclusive Global Recovery“, the 13th Critical Finance Studies Conference, online, September 6-8, 2021. No fee. DL: July 10

> CfP: “Entrepreneurship in Post-Communist Emerging Economies: Historical Legacies, Institutional Practices and Policy Perspectives“, an international workshop organized by Alexander Ebner & Irina Guruli, Tbilisi (Georgia) or hybrid event, October 4-8, 2021. Travel and accommodation costs will be covered. Keynoters: Abel Polese, Friederike Welter. DL: July 12

> CfP: “The Economic and Business History of Black Americans“, a special issue of Essays in Economic & Business History. DL for proposals: July 15

> CfP: “Imperialism and the Political Economy of Global South’s Debt“, a volume published as part of Emerald Publishing’s Research in Political Economy Series. DL: July 21

> CfP: “Development and Underdevelopment in the History of Economic Thought”, the 24th Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought, University of National and World Economy (Sofia, Bulgaria) or online, October 8-10, 2021. Keynoter: Lucas Papamedos. DL: July 30

> CfP: “Challenging Authority“, the 3rd Biennial Conference of the Caucus for a New Political Science, South Padre Island (Texas, USA) February 28 – March 1, 2022. No fee for students. DL: July 31

> CfP: “Crowdwork and Platform Work: Finding New Strategies to Organise in Europe“, a special issue of Journal of Labor and Society. DL: July 31

> CfP: “Rosa Luxemburg and International Law“, a workshop and further publication on how engagement with Luxemburg’s work may contribute at this juncture of neoliberal capitalism, climate disaster, and the pandemic. DL: July 31

Doctoral Fellowships: 

> PhD position in social science and ethnography to investigate the formal and informal governance of blockchain networks and communities, Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University. DL: July 1

> PhD Studentship in Social and Economic Inequality in a Financialized Society, Department of Accounting and Finance, The Open University Business School (UK). DL: July 13

> PhD Studentship in Sustainability and Consumption in Critical Times, Department for Strategy and Marketing, The Open University Business School (UK). DL: July 13

> PhD Scholarship in Work and Employment Studies at University of Limerick (Ireland). DL: July 30

> PhD Fellowship in Economic Sociology, Institute of Sociology, University of Bern (Switzerland). DL: July 31

Postdoctoral positions:

> Fellow in Inequalities and Social Science, Department of Sociology, London School of Economics and Political Science. DL: July 9

Job openings:

> Professor in Welfare and Poverty (various ranks), particularly specialized in Economic Sociology, Universiti Brunei Darussalam (Brunei). DL: July 3

> Associate professor in Sustainable Transition and Valuation specializing in STS / economic sociology / market-making, Department and Planning and Sustainable Development, Aalborg University Copenhagen (Denmark). DL: July 4

> Professor or Associate Professor in Governance and Regulation, the School of Regulation and Global Governance, The Australian National University (Canberra). DL: July 5

> Professor in International Business, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow (Scotland, UK). The School’s International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster focuses on: international entrepreneurship, the organisation of multinational corporations, service firms as agents of globalisation, international economic history and the geopolitics of management knowledge. DL: July 8

> Lecturer in Anthropology & Global Challenges specializing in Economic Anthropology, Department of Social & Political Sciences, Brunel University London. DL: July 11

> Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in International Political Economy or the Politics of Global Development, Newcastle University (UK). DL: July 23

Summer Schools and Junior Scholars Workshops:

> CfP: Warwick Critical Finance: Manuscript Development Workshop, online, September 23-24, 2021. The aim is to jointly work in small review groups to provide feedback on publication-ready pieces. No fee. DL: July 1

> CfA:  “Alternative Economic and Monetary Systems” summer school, online, July 19 – August 6, 2021. Scholarships are available. DL: July 1

> CfA: “Governing and Organizing Global Markets” PhD course, Copenhagen Business School and online, 30 August – 3 September, 2021. Faculty: Leonard Seabrooke, Ole Jacob Lunding, Lasse Folke Henriksen, Mark Blyth, Alexander Kentikelenis, Diane Stone. DL: July 4

> CfA: “Economics in Relation to Other Disciplines: History and Perspectives“, the 23rd Summer School in History of Economic Thought, Economic Philosophy and Economic History, University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, August 30- September 3, 2021. A modest registration fee includes 4 nights accommodation, daily breakfasts and lunches. DL: July 7

> CfA: “Still Swimming Against the Tide? 40 Years of Thinking on Trade and Development“, the 4th UNCTAD YSI Summer School, August 1–7, 2021. DL: July 15

> CfA: The 23rd International Summer School on the Regulation of Local Public Services organized by the Turin School of Regulation, Online, September 6-10, 2021. Free of charge. DL: July 15

> CfA: “Institutional Analysis with the Institutional Grammar“, a training course by the Institutional Grammar Research Initiative, weekly from July 26 – September 10, 2021. DL: July 15

> CfP: The European Society for the History of Economic Thought’s Young Scholar Seminar, to be held in parallel with the ESHET Conference at the University of National and World Economy (Sofia, Bulgaria), October 8-10, 2021. The travel expenses will be covered up to €300; the accommodation up to €80/night; no fee. DL: July 30

Award:

> Young Scholars Award for Social and Institutional Change, The PPE Institute for Social and Institutional Change,  Witten/Herdecke University. The prize is for contributing to the methodological and thematic diversity within and across economics, political science, and philosophy with new ideas and approaches. DL: July 15

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