Great academic opportunities: 19 calls for papers, 8 summer schools, 5 postdocs, 3 awards, 2 visiting positions, 2 jobs, and a PhD fellowship

Dear ES/PE community members, find below a abundant list of great academic opportunities: 19 calls for papers for conferences (some are funded) and special issues, 8 summer schools, 5 postdoc positions, 3 awards, 2 visiting positions, 2 job openings, and a PhD fellowship in economic sociology, political economy, and related fields, with April 23 – May 25 deadlines. Share this post with your colleagues and students.  Good luck!!

Calls for Papers:

CfP: “Neoliberalism in Context: the Meaning and Transformation of Neoliberal Ideas, Policy Practices and Outcomes within different Socio-economic Frameworks“, the Annual Political Science Workshops of the Low Countries, Radboud University (Nijmegen, the Netherlands), June 16-17, 2022. DL: April 23

CfP: “Rankings and the Structure of the Economic Sciences: Promoting Excellence, Preserving Academic Quality, or Constructing Hierarchies and Exclusions?“, a (hybrid) workshop at the Johannes Kepler University (Linz, Austria), 20-22 July, 2022. DL: April 24

CfP: “Researching Inequality: Approaches and Methods“, an edited volume for Mapping Global Inequalities series to be published by Springer. DL for proposals: April 25

CfP: “Firms, Wars, and Ethics in the Business History of Central and Eastern Europe and Russia“, the 4th Workshop on Business History in Central and Eastern Europe, Università Ca’ Foscari, Venice (Italy), October 21-22, 2022. DL: April 28

CfP: “Socio-Ecological Crisis and the Political Economy of Sustainability“, the 12th Annual IIPPE Conference, Bologna (Italy), September 7-9, 2022. DL: April 30

CfP: “Work in a Changing World“, The University of Leeds Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change doctoral conference, online or onsite, May 20, 2022. DL: April 30

CfP: The 49th Annual Meeting of the History of Economics Society, University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis (MN, USA), June 16-19, 2022. DL: April 30

CfP: “The 2007-2008 Crisis in the Global Context: Historical Perspectives“, an international conference at Luiss University (Rome, Italy), September 29-30, 2022. Reimbursement for travel costs may also be available, particularly for younger scholars without funding. DL: April 30

CfP: “The Financialization of Daily Life: the Lived Experience of Financially Responsible Behaviour?Critical Perspectives On Accounting‘s special issue. DL: April 30

CfP: “Gender inequality in Central and Eastern Europe: Labor market in focus“, the 14th joint IOS/APB/EACES Summer Academy on Central and Eastern Europe, Tutzing, Lake Starnberg (Germany), July 4–6, 2022. Keynoters: Ariane Pailhé, Norberto Pignatti, Irena Kogan. DL: April 30

CfP: The 52nd Annual Meeting of the History of Economic Thought Society, University of Cambridge, August 31-September 2, 2022. A limited number of stipends to cover part of the cost for young scholars will be given. DL: April 30

CfP: “Immanuel Wallerstein: Celebrating his Life and Legacies”, a conference by the ASA Political Economy of the World-System section, University of California-Los Angeles, August 10, 2022. DL: May 1

CfP: “Better Work for a Better Society: Actor Resilience and the Power of Experimentation” , the Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work conference, HEC Montréal (Canada), October 27- 29, 2022. DL: May 2

CfP: “Rethinking the Communist International: History and Legacies” conference, Liverpool John Moores University (UK), 2-3 September, 2022. Keynoter: Brigitte Studer. A number of bursaries will be available to support PGR and ECR attendance. DL: May 6

CfP: The 6th European Conference on Social Networks, Networks and Urban Systems Centre at the University of Greenwich, London, 12-16 September 2022. Keynoters: Alessandro Lomi, Kerstin Sailer. DL: May 8

CfP: “Polycentric Governance and the Challenges of the 21 Century“, the 7th WINIR conference, online, September 6-9, 2022. Keynoters: Elizabeth Baldwin, Tine de Moor, Harini Nagendra. DL: May 10

CfP: “Democratising the Economy: Democratic Theory Meets Critical Political Economy“, Democratic Theory‘s special issue. DL for proposals: May 15

CfP: “Income and Wealth Inequality“, an edited volume for Mapping Global Inequalities series to be published by Springer. DL for proposals: May 25

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CfP: “Social Inequality“, an edited volume for Mapping Global Inequalities series to be published by Springer. DL for proposals: May 25

Summer Schools:

CfA: Institutional Analysis with the Institutional Grammar, online training (live and asynchronous sessions), Institutional Grammar Research Initiative. DL: April 24

CfA: The 18th SCANCOR PhD Workshop on Institutional Analysis, Aalto University (Finland), August 28-September 2, 2022. Teaching faculty: Bruce Carruthers, Woody Powell, Gili Drori, Renate Meyer, Sarah Soule. Recommended! DL: April 30

CfA: “Trajectories of Platform Capitalism and Platform Work“, a PhD Summer School by FES Competence Centre on the Future of Work & Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society, Berlin (Germany), September, 7-10, 2022. Participants will be provided with accommodation and meals. PhD Students from Ukraine will be offered travel scholarships. DL: April 30

CfA: “Social Research Methods: Discourse Network Analysis“, Radboud University Summer School (Nijmegen, Netherlands), June 20 – 24, 2022. DL: May 1

CfA: Gender and Economy Summer School in Social Science History, University of Jyväskylä (Finland), June 13-14, 2022. DL: May 5

CfA: “Interest Groups and Lobbying from a Comparative Perspective” summer school of the ECPR Standing Group on Interest Groups, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society, University of Turin (Italy) & Online, 23 June – 1 July 2022. DL: May 9

CfA: “Varieties of Peripheralization: the Political Economy of the European Peripheries“, the Portuguese Association for Political Economy summer school, Avis (Portugal), July 3-7, 2022. Accommodation and meals will be provided; some scholarships will be awarded. DL: May 18

CfA: “Network and Data Science” summer school, The University of Greenwich Networks and Urban Systems Centre, 20 – 25 June, 2022. DL: May 21

Job openings:

Assistant Professorship in the Intellectual History of the Corporation at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School. DL: April 29

Senior Researcher in the field of Wealth Research, the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in Cologne (Germany). DL: May 23

Visiting Positions:

Sciences Po welcomes applications from senior academics specializing in economic sociology, political economy, economic history for research stays of 1–2 months in Paris. The visiting scholars program offers desk space and a stipend to help cover accommodation expenses. DL: April 30

Visiting Researchers Program for researchers from the fields of economic sociology and comparative and international political economy, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne (Germany). DL: April 30

PhD Fellowship:

PhD scholarship in the Intellectual History of the Corporation, the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy at Copenhagen Business School (Denmark). DL: April 29


EAEPE – William Kapp Prize for papers published in a scholarly journal on a theme broadly in accord with Evolutionary Political Economy theoretical perspectives. DL: April 29

Egon-Matzner Award for Socio-Economics for junior scholars. DL: April 30

Deutscher Prize is awarded for a book which exemplifies the best and most innovative new writing in or about the Marxist tradition. DL: May 1

Postdoctoral positions:

Postdoc stipends from the Fritz Thyssen Foundation in the area of State, Economy and Society. No DL, can be submitted at any time.

LSE Fellow in Economic History, the Department of Economic History, London School of Economics and Political Science. DL: April 25

Postdoctoral contract to work on the evaluation of public policies through the analysis of social networks,  Sciences Po Bordeaux (France). DL: April 29

Two Hallsworth Early Career Research Fellowships in Political Economy, University of Manchester (UK). DL: May 11

Hallsworth Early Career Research Fellowship in Chinese Political Economy, University of Manchester (UK). DL: May 11

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