28 June 2017
Lyon, France

Lyon

What's Next? Disruptive/Collaborative Economy or Business as Usual?

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.

It is a one-day workshop that will run the day before the main conference. The Workshop will be hosted by senior SASE professors and includes a pre-Workshop evening meal with networking event. It will also provide an opportunity for longer and deeper discussion of applicants’ conference papers.

If you would like to apply for the Workshop, your paper abstract should be submitted and accepted to the main conference through the normal process. Applicants must also submit their full paper (under 10,000 words), a short two-page CV, and a short one-page case for support to SASE via the submissions system by 17 February 2017. Any application without all of these elements will not be considered for inclusion in the Workshop.

While two papers may be submitted to the SASE conference, applicants may submit only one paper to be considered for the Early Career Workshop. Only those papers accepted to the main conference will be considered by the Workshop Organizing Committee for additional inclusion in the Workshop.

Each Early Career Workshop participant will have their full main conference fee waived. Full conference accommodation will also be paid, including the additional night of accommodation for the Workshop. Participants will receive a certificate of participation and will be eligible to apply to a Hardship Fund for a contribution to their travel costs to the conference. Participants not requiring support for travel or accommodations should state this in their one-page letter. Likewise, participants who receive another award for their paper (i.e., the EHESS Fondation France-Japon award) will not receive further support for the Workshop.

There will be approximately 20 competitively allocated places at the Workshop. Notification of acceptance will be made 14 April 2 May 2017.

Workshop Faculty

Chris Warhurst
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Jérôme Blanc
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Dorothee Bohle
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Virginia Doellgast
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Neil Fligstein
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Mathilde Guergoat-Larivière
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Angela Knox
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Glenn Morgan
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Roberto Pedersini
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Valérie Revest
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Akos Rona-Tas
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Marc Schneiberg
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Workshop Participants

Bastian Becker, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

Economic Inequality & Distributive Conflict: The Polarizing Effect of Unequal Opportunities on Redistributive Preferences

Network E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy – Session E-07

 

Theo Bourgeron, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

“Cash Culture”: Converting Corporate Finance to Hard Currency

Network N: Finance and Society – Session N-05

 

Paul Carruth, Ohio State University, USA

Cooperatives As Spinoff Movements: The Influence of Collective Action on Worker-Recovered Businesses in Argentina

Mini-Conference Seeking a More Just and Egalitarian Economy: Realizing the Future via Co-operatives, Communes, and Other Collectives – Session TH11-08

 

Muyang Chen, University of Washington, USA

Creating a Market of the State: Capitalization of the China Development Bank

Network Q: Asian Capitalisms – Session Q-03

 

Tim Dorlach, Koç University, Turkey

Retrenchment of Social Policy By Other Means: A Comparison of Declining Agricultural State Support and Access to Squatter Housing in Turkey

Network B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development – Session B-14

 

Susanne Edler, University of Haifa, Israel

Effects of Unemployment on Wages: Differences Between Occupations and Types of Reemployment

Network G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources – Session G-16

 

Maria Esther Egg, ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich, Switzerland

No Employment without Experience? The Importance of Tertiary Graduates’ Vocational Education and Training Experience in the Search of an Entry Job Position

Network G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources – Session G-04

 

Katharina Hecht & Kate Summers, London School of Economics, United Kingdom

Stocks and Flows: Experiences of Money for the Rich and Poor in London

Network J: Rethinking the Welfare State – Session J-07

 

Alice Krozer, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Minimum Wages and Inequality in Mexico: An Example (not) to Follow

Network G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources – Session G-19

 

Huy Le-Quang, Institute for Employment Research, Germany

School Quality in Home Countries, Overeducation and Returns to Education: Experience of Immigrants in Germany

Network G: Labor Markets, Education, and Human Resources – Session G-23

 

Sangjoon Lee, Stanford University, USA

Shared Capitalism, Social Capital and Intra-Organizational Dynamics

Mini-Conference Seeking a More Just and Egalitarian Economy: Realizing the Future via Co-operatives, Communes, and Other Collectives – Session TH11-04

 

Vincenzo Maccarrone, University College Dublin, Ireland

With a Little Help from My Courts? Assessing the Impact of the New European Economic Governance on the Irish Reforms of Wage Setting Mechanisms

Network E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy – Session E-08

 

 

Jonas Nahm, Johns Hopkins SAIS, USA

When Do States Disrupt Industries? Electric Cars in Germany and the United States

Network E: Industrial Relations and the Political Economy – Session E-06

 

David Pinzur, University of California, San Diego, USA

Types of Information & Styles of Valuation on the Chicago Board of Trade and New Orleans Cotton Exchange, 1856-1916

Network N: Finance and Society – Session N-02

 

John Robinson, Northwestern University, USA

Capitalizing on Community: Tax Credit Housing and the Commercialization of Grassroots Advocacy

Network J: Rethinking the Welfare State – Session J-07

 

Merve Sancak, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

The Political Coalitions for Upgrading for Middle-Income Countries through a “Bubble and Squeak” of Interests: The Case of Skill Systems in Turkey

Network B: Globalization and Socio-Economic Development – Session B-08

 

Subrina Xirong Shen, Cornell University, USA

Status Seeking and Boundary Breaking: Why Middle-Status Universities Commercialize Less in China?

Network Q: Asian Capitalisms – Session Q-13

 

Rosa von Gleichen, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Family Policies and the Weakening of the Male Breadwinner Model

Network C: Gender, Work and Family – Session C-04

 

André Walter, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

How the Hinterland Caught up. Internal Migration, Cost Shifting and Welfare State Expansion in Federalist States

Network J: Rethinking the Welfare State – Session J-07

 

Mimi Zou, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

The Regulatory Challenges of ‘Uberization’ in China: How to Classify Ride-Hailing Drivers?

Mini-Conference Employment Grey Zones in Globalisation: De-Salarisation or Transition towards a Collaborative Economy – Session TH05-02