Great academic opportunities: 14 jobs, 13 postdocs, 11 calls for papers, 5 visiting positions, PhD fellowship, grant

Dear ES/PE community members, find below an abundant list of great academic opportunities: 14 job openings, 13 postdoc positions, 11 calls for papers for conferences (some are fully or partly funded) and special issues, 5 visiting positions, a PhD fellowship, and a grant in economic sociology, political economy, and related fields, with October 15 — November 22 deadlines. Share this post with your colleagues and students.  Good luck!!

Calls for Papers:

CfP: The early-career scholars workshop in International Political Economy, a daylong workshop by the International Studies Association’s IPE Section in advance of the 2023 ISA Convention in Montreal, March 14, 2023. Travel stipends will be provided to all participants. DL: October 15

CfP: “Perspectives on (Un-)Employment”, the 14th Interdisciplinary PhD workshop hosted by the Institute for Employment Research (Nuremberg, Germany), January 18-20, 2023. For presenters without funding; a limited number of travel grants are available for presenters without funding. Keynoters: Jennie E. Brand, Uta Schönberg, Melanie Revilla. DL: October 15

CfP: “Fairness and Work Futures“, the Work and Equalities Institute Fifth Fairness at Work conference. The University of Manchester (UK), 23– 24 January 2023. DL: October 21

CfP: “Precarity Possibilities for Humans and Things“, PhD Symposium, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Italy) and online, March 29-30, 2023. Keynoters: Salvatore Settis, Jane da Mosto, Eleonora Sovrani. DL: October 30

CfP: “Towards the Global Study of Deindustrialization and Economic Restructuring: The Case of India“, an edited volume to be published in Routledge. DL for abstracts: October 30

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 FacebookTwitter, and Linkedin pages, Whatsapp and Telegram channels to have information about these events that are publicized only on our social media a week before they take place. On our social media you will also find the newest, excellent posts, articles, and items from other media outlets.

CfP: “Economic Organizations, Uncertainty, and Risk: Sociological Analyses of Economic Organizations in Times of Crises“, Scandinavian Journal of Management‘s special issue. DL: October 31

CfP: “Reinvention”, Business History Conference, Detroit (Michigan, USA), March 16-18, 2023. DL: November 1

CfP: “Changing Social Sciences for a Changing Society”, the 6th conference of the Italian Society for Economic Sociology, University of Brescia, February 8-11, 2023. Keynoters: Klarita Gerxhani, Brooke Harrington, Jens Beckert, Daniel Beunza, Michael Gebel. DL: November 7

CfP: “The Great Transition: Fighting back in Times of Global Crisis. Repoliticizing, Imagining, Achieving“, Historical Materialism network’s conference, Montréal (Canada).18-21 may 2023. DL: November 11

CfP: “Capitalisms of the ‘Global South“, Historia Crítica‘s special issue. Contributions in English, Spanish or Portuguese are welcome. DL for articles: November 15

CfP: “Women in the Economy Since the 1950s: Change and Transformation in Expected and Contested Roles“, Journal of Evolutionary Studies in Business‘ special issue. DL for abstracts: November 21

Postdoctoral positions:

Two 3-year Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in Economic History, the Centre for History and Economics, Magdalene College, Cambridge University (UK). DL: October 28

Postdoctoral Fellowship “Institutionalism and Crises of Democracy“, Brazilian Center for Planning and Analysis (São Paulo, Brazil). DL: October 31

Two Post-doctoral scholars to work on socio-economic inequality, Stone Center on Socio-Economic Inequality, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York. DL: November 1

The Harvard-Newcomen Postdoctoral Fellowship in Business History, Harvard Business School. DL: November 1

Postdoctoral researcher In the field of government/business relations, ESADE Business School, Ramon Llull University (Barcelona, Spain). DL: November 11

Inequality in America Initiative Postdoctoral Fellowship (up to 4 fellows), Division of Social Science, Harvard University. DL: November 13

Postdoctoral Faculty Fellow in Global Works and Society, Liberal Studies, New York University. DL: November 14

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Fung Global Fellows Program in “Sustainable Futures“, Princeton University. DL: November 18

Job openings:

Senior Researcher in Comparative / International Political Economy (comparative capitalism), The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (Köln, Germany). DL: October 15

Assistant Professor in Labor Studies, Department of Labor Studies, The City University of New York. DL: October 15

Two professorships in Political Economy (open rank), The SNF Agora Institute’s Center for Economy and Society, Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD, USA). DL: October 17

Lecturer in Economic Sociology, University of Greenwich School of Business, Operations & Strategy (UK). DL: October 24

Tenure track Assistant Professor, Department of Business-Society Management, Erasmus University (The Netherlands). DL: October 27

Associate Professor in Employment Relations, School of Business, University of Leicester (UK). DL: October 31

Assistant Professor in International Political Economy (up to 3 posts), the University of Groningen (the Netherlands). The Chair Group on International Political Economy traditionally focuses on institutional changes due to economic globalization. DL: October 31

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in Political Economy / International Political Economy / Economic Development / Industrial Organization, Taipei School of Economics and Political Science, Tsinghua University. DL: November 10

Assistant Professor in Labor, Migration, and Racial Capitalism (tenure track), Georgetown University. DL: November 15

Lectureship in Business Transitions and Sustainability (full-time, permanent), Department of Business and Society, Queen Mary University of London. The position fits expertise in political economy. DL: November 16

Professor of Business, Organizations and Society (tenure-track, open-rank), Division of Social Science, NYU Abu Dhabi. No DL: open until filled.

PhD Fellowship:

PhD in the areas: Social Dynamics and Change in the wake of the Economic Crisis or Changing Societies: Welfare and Diversity, Department of Social Sciences and Business, Roskilde University (Denmark). DL: November 13

Grants:

The European Society for the History of Economic Thought grant to promote research in the history of economic thought on a European basis. DL: October 31

Visiting positions:

Visiting Researcher in Economic Sociology and Political Economy, The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (Köln, Germany). DL: October 31

Alfred Chandler International Visiting Scholar in Business History, Harvard Business School. The Program is for scholars outside of the US. DL: November 1

McCraw Fellowship in U.S. Business and Economic History, Harvard Business School. DL: November 1

Visiting Research Associate (early-carrer), Fung Global Fellows Program in “Sustainable Futures“, Princeton University. DL: November 18

Marie Jahoda Visiting Fellowship to address problems related to digital futures at work, the Digital Futures at Work Research Centre, The University of Sussex Business School. DL: November 22

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