III ISEM-SASE 2017 – Cartagena de Indias, Colombia Submissions open 1st April 2017 for the 3rd Ibero-American Socioeconomics Meeting. ISEM-SASE 2017 Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.   Call for Papers: Special Issue of SER Call for papers for the Socio-Economic Review (SER) special issue "Contesting Markets: How Organizations and Social Movements Shape the Political Economy" Guest Editors: Neil Fligstein and Doug McAdam. Submission Deadline 1st September 2017 Call for Papers: Special Issue of Economic and Industrial Democracy Call for Papers: Special Issue of Economic and Industrial Democracy - "“Trade Unions and Democracy: In Memory of Giulio Regeni, 15.1.1988-n.d.2016” Deadline for Submission: 15th September 2017 Center for European Studies – Open Forum Series Open Forum is the CES working papers series intended to bring new work on Europe to a wider audience and facilitate discussion of the papers among authors and readers. Early Career Workshop SASE will host its second Early Career Workshop at its 2017 Conference in Lyon, France. The Workshop provides additional career development and networking opportunities at SASE for PhD students and researchers having obtained their PhD after March 2014. Review of African Political Economy Reports on SASE/Berkeley Jörg Wiegratz on the 2016 SASE/Berkeley conference Having Trouble Submitting? Click through for instructions Brexit Special An impromptu session on Brexit at our UC Berkeley meeting has led to these great, extended written analyses from an array of SASE scholars. Call for Papers – Special Issue of Economic and Industrial Democracy Trade Unions and Democracy: In Memory of Giulio Regeni Between 25 January and 3rd February 2016, Giulio Regeni, PhD student at the University of Cambridge, was kidnapped, tortured and murdered while carrying out research on independent labor organizations in Egypt... Doctoral Fellowship at the Max Planck Sciences Po Center The Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies (MaxPo, invites applications for doctoral fellowships. Deadline: 15 March 2017 Socio-Economic Review Volume 14 Issue 3 Is Out! The latest issue of Socio-Economic Review covers a wide range of topics, ranging from the financialization of US higher education to the erosion of trust among the poor.


SASE/Lyon 2017 Mini-Conference Themes SASE/Lyon 2017 Mini-Conference Themes SASE/Lyon 2017 SASE/Lyon 2017: What's Next? Disruptive/Collaborative Economy or Business as Usual? Future SASE Conferences Future SASE Conferences Discover Lyon Discover Lyon before the 2017 SASE conference. Understanding the Results of the U.S. Presidential Election by former SASE President Nancy DiTomaso Wolfgang Streeck, “Social Democracy’s Last Rounds” Past SASE President Wolfgang Streeck on his evolving perspective on social democracy, the much-contested “European project,” and why the Left needs to “sober up”. Anarchy in the UK: Brexit style Summary of the Brexit pop-up salon at SASE/Berkeley by SASE Networks Committee chair, Jackie O'Reilly SCIENCES PO is recruiting an Assistant Professor in Sociology SCIENCES PO is Recruiting an Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) in Sociology with a focus on Instruments and Organizational Dynamics. Deadline for submitting applications: January 31, 2017. SASE/UC Berkeley in the French Press! Journalist Martine Fournier came to visit the SASE 2016 meeting at UC Berkeley. She published her impressions of the conference in the French monthly, Sciences Humaines. Martine also conducted a short interview with Jens Beckert following his Author-Meets-Critics session on his latest book, Imagined Futures: Fictional Expectations and Capitalist Dynamics.   Top Cited Articles from SER Read five highly cited articles published in SER here! Former SASE President Bruce G. Carruthers lectures at the Library of Congress – October 28, 2016 Former SASE President, Bruce G. Carruthers will discuss how credit and credit decision-making in the United States has developed over the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, in the annual Maguire Lecture at the Library of Congress on October 28. Up to 3 Postdoctoral Positions in Economic Sociology and Political Economy The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG) provides an attractive environment for postdoctoral researchers to pursue their own research projects within the scope of the Institute’s research program. The deadline for applications is January 31, 2017. Financialization and Beyond: Debt, Money, Wealth, and the Capture of Value Finance is hard to escape. In recent years, the increasing social impact and interconnection of financial discourses, markets, actors, and institutions have been understood under the broad concept of financialization. Special Issue Call for Papers James March and Herbert Simon’s (1958) Organizations is one of the most influential contributions to the social sciences. Social Finance, Impact Investing, and the Financialization of the Public Interest EHESS welcomes paper proposals for an academic conference on Social Finance and Impact Investing in Hamburg, Germany. Photos from SASE/UC Berkeley 2016 Click through for photos from SASE/UC Berkeley 2016. SASE Program 2016 SASE/Berkeley Program. Berkeley At-a-Glance Calendar and Provisional Web Program Please keep in mind that session times are subject to change. Featured Speakers SASE/UC Berkeley 2016. Featured Author-Meets-Critics Books at UC Berkeley Meet the authors for the Berkeley panel. Cheap Tickets from Europe! Those of you who need to get to Berkeley all the way from Europe. Book early to save!