Call for Papers – PhD-workshop “Economics & Sociology”
The “Economics & Sociology” PhD-workshop aims to contribute to the advancement of the work of doctoral students and young doctors who work, from a social science perspective (sociology, economics, political science), on economic objects: companies, consumption, markets, innovations, public services, economic policies, currencies, finance, public and private debts, accumulation of economic capital … This meeting is intended to be a showcase for the renewal of research in economic sociology, in political science economics and institutional economics, as well as the mutual interpenetration of these different approaches to economic facts.
The “Economics & Sociology” PhD-workshop will take place on Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th October 2022 at Sciences Po Paris.
The main goal of this workshop is to provide a space for young researchers to present their work-in-progress and benefit from feedbacks by sociologists, economists and political scientists interested in these issues. It is open to all doctoral students, already advanced in their work and to young doctors who have defended their dissertation after September 1st, 2019.
Work languages will be both French and English.
To participate to the workshops, doctoral students are asked to send a detailed communication proposal (between 8.000 and 10.000 characters) to the following address email@example.com by March 18th 2022.
Papers should develop one dimension of the dissertation that the author would like to discuss. Papers will present the theoretical framework, the methods and data mobilized. Applicants are encouraged to send a paper that could be ultimately submitted to a scientific journal rather than submitting a chapter or a dissertation general summary.
The goal of this workshop is to encourage doctoral students to publish their work during their Ph.D. To this end, the French Socio-Economic Review (RFSE) will renew its call for (French-written) articles. The RFSE young author prize will award the best article submitted by the workshop participants.
The organizing scientific committee will examine the communication proposals by mid-May 2021 and will notify the participants right after.
Papers (50.000 characters maximum spaces included) must be sent by September 23rd 2022 to firstname.lastname@example.org so that the discussants have time to read and prepare their discussion.
Scientific organization committee:
French sociological association Research Network 12 «Economic sociology»:
Guilhem Anzalone (ESA Angers)
Pierre Blavier (Lille University, RN12 co-coordinator)
Thomas Collas (Université de Strasbourg)
Joseph Godefroy (Université de Nantes)
Jeanne Lazarus (Sciences Po Paris)
Ronan Le Velly (Montpellier SupAgro)
Sidonie Naulin (Sciences Po Grenoble)
Marie Piganiol (Paris-Dauphine University, RN12 co-coordinator)
Olivier Pilmis (Sciences Po Paris)
Raphael Porcherot (ENS Paris-Saclay)
Melchior Simioni (Paris-IV University)
Research Network 26 «Network analysis»:
Renata Hosnedlova (Sciences Po Toulouse, RN26 coordinator)
Delio Lucena (Sciences Po Toulouse)
Research Network 30 «Management sociology»
Jean-Marie Pillon (Paris-Dauphine University, RN30 co-coordinator)
Loïc Mazenc (Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès)
AFEP (French Political Economic Association):
Florence Jany-Catrice (Lille University)
Guillemette de Larquier (Lille University)