If you have any specific questions, Ada Uche (a recipient of an AERA grant) has offered to be of help.
The 57th Annual WSSA conference will be held April 8-11, 2015, in Portland, OR, USA, at the Marriott Hotel. The Western Social Science Association invites proposals for both complete panels and individual papers. See below for more information regarding the conference.
The Association for Social Economics is in the process of developing a relationship with the Western Social Science Association and encourages proposals in all areas of social economics.
Section Theme: Social Economics
Please submit individual papers or complete panels concerning the study of the ethical and social causes and consequences of economic behavior, institutions, organizations, theory, and policy, and how these contribute to a sustainable, just, and efficient economy. Of particular interest, are papers devoted to furthering the recent ASE dialogue regarding topics such as ethics, development, neoliberalism, interpretations of Karl Polanyi, social economic analyses of race, gender, class and ethnicity, social economic analysis of crises, inequality, the reform of economics, the origins of social economics, and linkages to other heterodox traditions.
In addition, we are also seeking submissions for a joint AFIT/ASE session on the intersections and collaboration between Social and Institutional Economics.
ASE members will be registered for the “General Economics” section.
Deadline for proposals has been extended: November 10, 2014.
Please include the following information: (All information is to be submitted in Word format).
Proposal Format: Paper Proposal Format: Panel
Section & Name of Section Coordinator Section & Name of Section Coordinator
(General Economics, ASE sessions, David Plante) (General Economics, ASE sessions, David Plante)
Title of the Paper Title of the Panel
Name and Affiliation Title of Each Paper (3/4 papers)
Mailing Address, Telephone Number, E-mail Moderator (Affiliation, Mailing Address, Telephone Number, E-mail)
Other Authors Presenters (Affiliation, Mailing Address, Telephone Number, E-mail)
Abstract (200 words; New Times Roman 12) Abstract for Each Paper (200 words; New Times Roman 12)
Scholars willing to serve as moderators or discussants should indicate their interest to the appropriate section coordinator listed on the website.
All ASE submissions are to be sent to:
David J. Plante
Economics Department, Western State Colorado University
Current membership in ASE is required for presenting a paper. Membership information can be found at www.socialeconomics.org. All presenters and moderators are required to register prior to March 1, 2015 at the WSSA web site http://wssa.asu.edu.
LERA 67th Annual Meeting, May 28-31, 2015, Pittsburgh, PA
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
“Evolving Workplace Relations:
Connecting Research to Best Practices”
Martin Mulloy, LERA President and Program Chair
Deadline: November 15, 2015
The LERA Program Committee has issued a call for session and paper proposals for stimulating, creative, and controversial symposia related to this theme as well as other proposals that deal with topics of current interest and the mission of the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA).
We encourage submissions from the perspectives of multiple disciplines – including but not limited to economics, sociology, political science, labor and employment law, industrial relations, and human resource studies – and the perspectives of multiple stakeholders, including investors, managers, workers and unions. Session proposals for only academic symposia will be considered.
* To access online submission forms – http://leraweb.org/2015-call-for-proposals
* To download call for proposals flyer – http://leraweb.org/assets/docs/meetings/call-for-proposals-2015.pdf
* To download call for papers/posters flyer – http://leraweb.org/assets/docs/meetings/meetingscalls-am2015.pdf
Those wishing to submit single papers rather than sessions are welcome to submit those as well, and details can be found online at the page listed above.
Proposals must be submitted or reach the LERA Office no later than November 15, 2014. Contact LERAoffice@illinois.edu if you have any questions.
St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
June 23-24, 2015
Social economics is the study of the ethical and social causes and consequences of economic behavior, institutions, organizations, theory, and policy. Social economists engage in many types of research, from explorations of the history and philosophy of economics to quantitative and qualitative examinations of contemporary economic life; and from historical studies of economic activity and institutions to recommendations for policy agendas. The practice and meaning of social economics is continuously defined and redefined by these diverse research agendas. The 15th World Congress in Social Economics will afford us the opportunity to take stock of who we are as social economists and how our work advances our values and principles.
We welcome proposals for individual papers and complete sessions-conceptual, applied, and empirical-related to the theme of the conference as well as all areas of social economics. Some topics for discussion might include:
* What makes research in social economics distinct?
* How do social economists practice their craft?
* What key concepts and/or theoretical constructs mark research by social economists?
* How do social economists engage with economic life and economic policy?
* How do social economists provide insights on aspects of the economy that are often neglected by other economists?
* What social economic principles should guide the construction of economic institutions and social practices?
* How does the history of social economics inform current work in the field?
* What are the different meanings of the terms “social economy” and “social economics” in North America, Europe, and elsewhere?
* What concepts, perspectives, and methodologies do social economists share with other schools of economic, philosophical, and political thought? Is social economics pluralist? Should it be?
* What kinds of methodologies do social economists employ in their research?
The deadline for submission is Friday, February 20, 2015. You will be notified by March 20, 205.
To submit a proposal, please visit the Association for Social Economics web site at http://www.socialeconomics.org/and upload an abstract of approximately 400 words. The submission site will become available in November 2014. Please include the title of the session or paper, the authors’ names and institutional affiliations, and contact information in the form of an email address for the corresponding author. At least one author of each paper presented at the World Congress must be a member of the Association for Social Economics. To join, please visit this link.
Summer School in Social Economics
The Association for Social Economics announces an exciting Summer School workshop for graduate students and recent Ph.D.s. to be held in conjunction with the World Congress of Social Economics. Between 12-18 fellows will be selected to attend the Summer School as guests of ASE. The Summer School begins the evening of June 21 and continues on June 22, 2015. Fellows accepted to the Summer School will receive complementary room and meals for the Summer School and the World Congress, complementary registration to the World Congress, plus all Summer School materials.
Fellow Obligations: Accepted fellows must become members of ASE and submit a Summer School refundable deposit of $100 (that will be returned upon completion of the World Congress). All fellows must commit to participating in all sessions of the Summer School and to staying for the entire World Congress.
Elba Brown-Collier Best Student Paper Award
This award, sponsored by the Association for Social Economics (ASE), is presented at the World Congress for Social Economics to the author of the best paper by a graduate student on a topic in social economics, also demonstrating strong promise for future scholarly contributions. Professors (or others who have completed their graduate degrees) cannot be coauthors.
To be eligible for the award, the student author must register for the conference and present his/her paper. Please submit your paper proposal through the regular submission process described above, indicating that you wish it to be considered for the prize. Following notification of acceptance in March, the full paper should be submitted for consideration by May 20, 2015. The status of each author must be clearly stipulated (MA student, PhD student, etc.) For consideration, the paper should be no longer than 8,000 words.
The Elba Brown-Collier Award Committee, composed of members of the Association for Social Economics, will adjudicate the submitted papers. The winner of the Elba Brown-Collier Best Student Paper Award for 2015 receives:
* $400 USD
* One year’s membership in ASE which includes subscriptions to Review of Social Economy and Forum for Social Economics.
Victimology Assistant Professor
California State University, Fresno is an engaged University. We focus on broadening students’ intellectual horizons, fostering lifelong learning skills, developing the leaders of tomorrow, promoting community involvement, and instilling an appreciation of world cultures. We nurture cultural competence by celebrating the rich diversity of the campus community and welcoming the participation of all. Members of the University community are expected to work effectively with faculty, staff and students from diverse ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. For information on the University’s commitment and dedication to creating a university known for its integrity, civility, equity, respect and ethical behavior, please visit: www.fresnostate.edu/academics/diversity
Available for Academic Year: 2015/2016.
Fresno State has been recognized as an Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI); an Asian American/Native American/Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI); and has been designated to the Community Engagement Classification by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Faculty members gain a clear path to tenure through the University’s Probationary Plan Process.
Salary placement depends upon academic preparation and professional experience.
Position Summary:The Department of Criminology is accepting applications for a tenure-track, academic-year position as an Assistant Professor in Victimology. This successful candidate will teach undergraduate Victimology courses, graduate courses, and the Victim Services Certificate program. Other duties will include, but are not limited to, advising Criminology students, participating in program development, actively engaging in research and problem-solving activities, and committee service at all levels of university governance. Outcomes assessment and service learning are important components of the University curriculum.
Overview:The Department serves the San Joaquin Valley and the expanding global community by offering a quality educational opportunity for qualified students at the certificate, minor, baccalaureate, and graduate levels. The Department recognizes the importance of servicing the academic community, and supports and contributes to the General Education program. The Department offers specializations in Law Enforcement, Victimology, Corrections, and Forensic Behavioral Sciences. The Department encourages and supports an environment that promotes the critical examination and discussion of criminological thought and inquiry at every academic program level. The Department also is committed to the principle that all segments of the academic community must learn to live in a diverse and changing society, founded upon partnerships, shared efforts and mutual respect. To this end, our focus on excellence in teaching and scholarship includes a respect for open communication, and commitment to our diverse students and community. The Department’s programs, faculty, students, and partnerships are intended to contribute significantly to the quality of life in the changing global community. Search Committee Members: Drs. Yoshiko Takahashi, Search Committee Chair; H. Otto Schweizer, Kenneth Ryan, M. Jason Kissner; EEO Designee: Dr. Zhi Wang, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences.
Opportunity of Postdoc Fellowships in Social Science at the Center for Metropolitan Studies (CEM / Cepid)
Faculty Position in Health Politics/Health Policy
The Department of Political Science in partnership with the University’s Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Center for Health Policy, invites applications for a faculty appointment in Health Politics/Policy beginning August, 2015. This appointment will be at the rank of Assistant Professor, in a probationary position leading to a tenure decision. For best consideration, apply no later than September 20, 2014. This position will remain open until filled.
The Department of Political Science employs 15 full-time faculty and maintains a small but highly competitive and nationally recognized graduate program (MA and PhD), as well as a high quality undergraduate major (BA). UNM is a Carnegie Doctoral/ Research-Extensive University and US/DE Minority public university. As the state’s largest university, UNM serves a diverse student population of over 40,000 at its main campus and Health Sciences Center in Albuquerque.
The RWJF Center for Health Policy aims to increase the number of Hispanic and Native American PhD graduates in the social sciences with expertise in health policy. According to the Center’s mission, these graduates will participate as leaders in achieving progressive changes in US health policies at the national level. The Center serves as a resource for national health policy research and will provide a voice for Hispanics, Native Americans, and other underrepresented groups in health policy discussions. In its educational and research goals, the Center fosters collaboration among the social science departments in the College of Arts and Sciences (Political Science, Sociology, and Economics) and in the Health Sciences Center.
Minimum qualifications are: 1) Possession of an earned doctoral degree in Political Science, Government, Public Policy, Public Health, or related field by August 2015, and 2) a research specialization in Health Policy or Politics.
- Preferred qualifications are
demonstrated excellence in conducting substantively and theoretically significant empirical research;
- demonstrated or potential excellence in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Political Science and Public Policy;
- demonstrated expertise in health politics and/or policy, broadly defined, including health disparities;
- capacity to add to the intellectual breadth of the department; and
- strong methodological expertise
- a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and student success, as well as working with broadly diverse communities
The full job ad can be found at https://unmjobs.unm.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1410977131552
To apply, electronically submit your letter of interest; curriculum vitae; an unofficial graduate transcript; writing sample; and teaching portfolio (including summary evaluation scores for all classes taught at the undergraduate or graduate level, or, in the absence of summary scores, student comments on evaluations) at unmjobs.unm.edu Additionally, three letters of recommendation must be sent directly by your references through U.S. mail to UNM Political Science, Attn.: Health Politics Search Committee, MSC05 3070, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque NM 87131-0001. Semi-finalists may be asked to submit additional samples of written work, sample syllabi, and official graduate transcripts.
The University of New Mexico is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Faculty Openings in the Department of Leadership, Policy and Organizations
The Department of Leadership, Policy and Organizations of Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College invites
applications for multiple faculty positions.
Assistant or Associate Professor (with Tenure) in Education Policy and Leadership
The Department of Leadership, Policy and Organizations invites applications for a faculty position at the assistant or associate (tenured) level with a research agenda focused on an organizational and institutional understanding of access, equity and stratification in education. We seek applications from scholars with interdisciplinary perspectives (including sociology, political science, or economics) whose research includes an understanding of the factors that influence the PreK-16 trajectory (e.g., social organization and context of schooling; college access/persistence) in education. Junior candidates should have a focused program of research that will contribute to our understanding of inequality and stratification in education and have the strong potential for external funding. More senior candidates should have an established program of research, a strong record of publications, and a record in securing external funding. In addition to a vibrant research program, we expect excellence in teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels and a strong commitment to mentoring students, and working collaboratively with other faculty, students and staff. For inquiries about the position, contact Stella M. Flores, Associate Professor and Search Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants should send a letter of interest, CV, names and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin November 1, 2014, and will continue until the position
Associate or Full Professor with Tenure in International Educational Policy and Leadership
The Department of Leadership, Policy and Organizations invites applications for a tenured faculty position at the associate professor or professor rank in international program evaluation and policy analysis. We seek applications from scholars whose research focuses broadly in the area of education policy impact and implementation with particular emphasis on the evaluation of policy initiatives and interventions in
international contexts. Candidates with backgrounds in program evaluation, sociology, economics and political science focusing on educational policy in such areas as accountability, teacher policy, and access and equity, especially in international contexts, are encouraged to apply. We seek scholars conducting rigorous research and evaluation of impacts of global and domestic education policy. Scholarship may focus on the evaluation of policy initiatives or programs in a single country, multiple countries, a region, or comparative research. The search is not focused on research in any particular region or country but must have a major international component and include opportunities for synergies with other faculty in the Department, Peabody College or Vanderbilt University.
We seek a scholar with excellent publication and funded research accomplishments appropriate for appointment as an associate professor or professor with tenure at a top research institution. In addition, we expect the successful candidate will have experience with undergraduate and graduate teaching and a history of working collaboratively with colleagues and students. The successful candidate should also have a record of obtaining external grants with such agencies as NGOs and/or multi-national organizations, such as USAID, OECD, The World Bank, UN organizations, and other major funding agencies in international education policy.
The Department is committed to hiring a colleague who can contribute academic leadership to and teach in the master’s degree in International Education and Policy Evaluation (IEPM) and offer courses in the
undergraduate track in International Leadership Development. Additional teaching and mentoring opportunities are in our Ed.D program for practicing professionals, and our PhD program in Leadership and Policy Studies,
in both K-12 and Higher Education. For our Ph.D. program we seek someone with an exemplary record of developing future faculty members within his/her research projects. Inquires may be directed to Professor Gary T. Henry, Patricia and Rodes Hart Chair, Professor of Public Policy and Education, at
email@example.com. Applicants should send a letter of interest, CV, names and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin November 1, 2014, and will continue until the position is filled.
Tenure-track, Open Rank, Faculty Position K-12 Education Policy and Leadership
The Department of Leadership, Policy and Organizations (LPO) invites applications for an open rank tenure-track faculty position in K-12 Education Leadership and Policy. The Department seeks a scholar who studies the organization of schooling and/or the social dynamics within schools that impact learning and teaching. Social scientists trained in sociology, psychology, organizational behavior, education, or other relevant fields are encouraged to apply. We are open to the methodological approach, with a preference for researchers specializing in mixed methods and/or survey research. Areas of focus within this realm may include, but are not limited to, leadership and/or organizational systems.
Junior candidates should have a promising program of research and a commitment to seeking external funding.
Candidates that are more senior should have an established program of research and a record of accomplishment in securing external funding. All candidates should have a commitment to excellence in teaching (including undergraduates), and an interest in working collaboratively with other faculty, students and staff. For inquiries contact Professor Joseph Murphy (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applicants should send a letter of interest, CV, names and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2014, and continue until the position is filled.
Please send all application materials to: Tammy Eidson at email@example.com or PMB 414, 230 Appleton Place, Nashville, TN 37203. Please indicate in your cover letter the position for which you are applying. Electronic submissions are preferred.
The mission of the Department of Leadership, Policy and Organizations is to understand and enhance the political, economic, organizational, and social contexts in which human learning takes place. The department embraces multiple methodological and disciplinary approaches to the study of policies and practices that can improve outcomes for students and their families, and enhance organizational effectiveness and reform. The department operates graduate programs in K-12, international, and higher education leadership and policy (including an MPP degree), as well as an undergraduate major in leadership and organizational effectiveness, policy, and international education. Faculty teach across multiple programs, many of which are ranked among the highest in the nation.
For more information about the Department of Leadership, Policy and Organizations, visit the Web site at http://peabody.vanderbilt.edu/departments/lpo/index.php.
Vanderbilt University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
ESEE 2015: Transformations
The 11th international conference of the European Society for Ecological Economics will take place in Leeds, UK from 30 June – 3 July 2015. The conference topics include: post-growth economics; natural resources, ecosystem services and environmental quality; development, consumption and well-being; power, politics, institutions and the reality of achieving change; new business models and understandings of human behaviour. We would like to invite proposals for special sessions (deadline 15 October 2014) and abstracts for papers (deadline 30 November 2014) relating to these topics.
For more information and submission see http://www.esee2015.org/