Dear ES/PE community members, find below a abundant list of great academic opportunities: 18 calls for papers for conferences (some are fully funded) and special issues, 7 postdoc positions, 5 job openings, 4 PhD fellowships, 3 grants, 2 summer schools, and an award in economic sociology, political economy, and related fields, with January 25 – February 20 deadlines. Share this post with your colleagues and students. Good luck!!
Calls for Papers:
> CfP: “Fractious Connections: Anarchy, Activism, Coordination, and Control”, the 34rd meeting of the Society of the Advancement of Socio-Economics, the University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands), 9-11 July, 2022. DL: January 25
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’s 18 Research Networks, focusing on various aspects of the socio-political study of the economy, will have their own sessions, and during the meeting will be also held 16 thematic mini-conferences (such as “Connecting the Dots between Global Capitalism and National Capitalisms”).
On day before the conference will be conducted the SASE Early Career Workshop. Conference and membership fees are waived for the participants; accommodation will also be provided, including the additional for the Workshop; travel costs will be covered based on need and available funds. DL: January 25
— CfP: The first joint International Political Economy Conference by the Swiss, Austrian and German political science associations, Technical University of Munich (Germany), 20-22 June, 2022. 30 free accommodations will be provided to pre-tenure scholars. Presentations could be in English or German. DL: January 25
— CfP: “Building Bridges around David Graeber’s Legacy“, a conference organized by Triangle UMR 5206 (Action, discours, pensée politique et économique), Université Lumière Lyon 2 (Lyon, France), July 7-9, 2022. Keynoter: Michael Hudson. DL: January 31
— 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! Follow the ES/PE’s Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin pages, Whatsapp and Telegram channels to have information about these events that is publicized only on our social media a week before they take place.
— CfP: “Livestock as Global and Imperial Commodities: Economies, Ecologies and Knowledge Regimes“, Commodities of Empire International Workshop, Free University Berlin (Germany) or hybrid, 14-15 July 2022. DL: January 31
— CfP: “Infrastructure in Small Cities, Towns, & Rural Areas: Current Needs and Future Designs“, the 23rd Conference on The Small City & Regional Community, organized by the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, online, March 23-24, 2022. DL: February 1
— CfP: “Poverty, Poor Relief and Policy in Britain and Beyond” conference supported by Supported by the Royal Historical Society and the Social History Society, online, 11-12 April, 2022. Several bursaries are available for precarious and early career researchers. DL: February 7
— CfP: “Beyond Work for Pay? Basic-Income Concepts in Global Debates on Automation, Poverty, and Unemployment” conference at the German Historical Institute Washington, DC (USA), September 31 – October 1, 2022. The organizers will cover expenses for travel and accommodation. DL: February 15
— CfP: “From Public Finance to Public Economics Studying a Key Rupture in the Economic Discourse on the State“, The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought‘s special issue. DL for abstracts: February 20
— Director Economic and Social Policy Research, the South Australian Centre for Economic Studies and the Future of Employment and Skills Centre, the School of Economics and Public Policy, the University of Adelaide (Australia). DL: February 10
— Senior / Research Fellow or Senior Research Fellow — Leading researcher for the Inequalities and Democracy Workgroup, the Democracy Institute, Central European University (Budapest and Vienna). DL: February 15
— Associate/Full Professor of Political Science with interest in comparative public policy in social welfare, healthcare, labour and employment, equality policies, Department of Political Science, Luiss Universit (Rome, Italy). DL: February 15
— The SASE Alice Amsden Best Book Award for an outstanding scholarly book that breaks new ground in the study of economic behavior and/or its policy implications with regard to societal, institutional, historical, philosophical, psychological, and ethical factors. DL: January 24
— CfA: “Challenging Inequalities” summer academy organized by the Cluster of Excellence: “The Politics of Inequality”, Essen (Germany), July 21-23, 2022. Food and accommodation will be covered, travel expenses are the participants’ own responsibility (but support may be available if required). DL: January 31
— CfA: Levy Economics Institute Summer Seminar, Bard College (Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, USA), June 11–18, 2022. A fee waiver is available for all those in need. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
— Collaborative Fellowships in the History of Knowledge granted by the Independent Social Research Foundation and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science. Proposals should investigate original research ideas and specify potential applications to real world problems in economic, social, technological, or environmental domains. DL: February 4