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Cercle d’épistémologie économique : “J. M. Keynes on Methodology”, Brad Bateman, jeudi 22 novembre 2012

Cercle d’épistémologie économique
    CES, UNIVERSITE DE PARIS I – PANTHEON SORBONNE
106-112 bd de l’Hôpital, 75647 PARIS CEDEX 13, FRANCE
tél: 01 44 07 82 37

Chers amis,
La prochaine séance du Cercle d’épistémologie économique aura lieu le:

 jeudi 22 novembre  2012
de 18 heures à 20 heures
à la Maison des Sciences Économiques ,
dans la salle S 17
106-112 bd de l’Hôpital, 75013 Paris.
(Métro : Campo-Formio  ou Place d’Italie. Autobus : 57, 67, 27, 83 et 47)

Brad BATEMAN
(Denison University, professeur invité du master « Economie et Sciences Humaines: épistémologie, méthodes, théories », Université Paris 1)


traitera le thème suivant:

“J. M. 
Keynes on Methodology” 


Un texte à l’appui de cet exposé est disponible.

Avec amitié,
Annie L. Cot
Jérôme Lallement


NEWS Moneta publications – Damin program

Dear all,

The lastest volumes of 2012 of the collection Moneta (<http://www.moneta.be>www.moneta.be) are now published (on coin finds in Belgium). Twenty volumes have been published this year (6488 pages) on Bulgaria (antiquity); Japan (Meiji period) 3 volumes; Coin finds in Belgium (4 volumes); Coin finds in Great Britain (1 volume); 19th c. Monetary History (France, United Kingdom, Japan, China, Hong Kong) (11 volumes).

The first 2013 volumes are now in preparation.

The DAMIN website on the question of Silver Monetary Depreciation and International Relations <http://www.anr-damin.net/>www.anr-damin.net has been update with the announcement of the two round table in 2013: Paris on Small change and Madrid on Transfers of precious metals. New participants joined the program of researches and some documents have been added.

Best wishes

Georges Depeyrot

Georges Depeyrot
CNRS/ENS/UMR 8546

<http://www.anr-damin.net/>http://www.anr-damin.net research program
http://www.moneta.be 2012: publication of vols 131-150.
http://www.aoroc.ens.fr/spip.php?article57

 


  • [histoire_eco] NEWS Moneta publications – Damin programGeorges Depeyrot, 24/10/2012

Histoire des accidents et des risques industriels : Séminaire EHESS; Vendredi 9 novembre. Ivan Kharaba « le fonds Schneider et Cie et les accidents du travail »

Thomas Le Roux a le plaisir de vous inviter au séminaire :

Histoire des accidents et des risques industriels 

France-Grande Bretagne, fin XVIIe-fin XIXe siècles

séminaire EHESS, 2012-2013
96 boulevard Raspail, salle de réunion de l’Institut d’étude de l’Islam et des sociétés du monde musulman (IISMM-EHESS), 1er étage

Les séances ont lieu de 9 h 30 à 12 h 30
  • Vendredi 9 novembre:  Ivan Kharaba (Académie François Bourdon), “Le fonds Schneider et Cie et les accidents du travail”
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à venir :

  •  Vendredi 21 décembre : Jan Lucassen (International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam), “The Ichapur (Bengal)gunpowder factory in the 1790s : its workers and rémunération of victims of accidents”
  •  Vendredi 11 janvier 2013 (séance à Lyon dans le cadre du séminaire d’Emmanuel Picard et Armelle Legoff sur la prosopographie) : Claire Barillé (IDHE) Marie Thébaud-Sorger (CRH-EHESS), “Les indemnisés de l’explosion de la Poudrerie de Grenelle sous la Révolution”
  •  Vendredi 8 février : Peter Kirby (Glasgow Caledonian University), “Child workers, health and accidents in Britain, 1780-1850″
  • Vendredi 8 mars : Robin Pearson (University of Hull), “Industrial fires and insurance, Britain, 1750-1850″
  •  Vendredi 12 avril : Mike Esbester (University of Portsmouth),  ” ‘I cannot say that the pay they receive is adequate to the risk and danger they encounter’: British railway workers and safety after c.1850″
  • Séances de mai et juin en construction.
Le programme de recherche « Histoire des risques et des accidents industriels, France, Angleterre, fin XVIIe – fin XIXe siècle », réunit une équipe d’historiens afin de caractériser la généalogie des risques et accidents industriels durant ce moment d’acclimatation industrielle qui s’écoule de la fin du XVIIe à la fin du XIXe siècle, et pour rassembler des problématiques souvent disjointes (techniques, économiques, juridiques, médicales, urbaines, etc.) dans une compréhension globale de leur émergence et de leur incidence sur nos sociétés.

The Alfred D. Chandler Jr. Travel Fellowships

The purpose of this fellowship is to facilitate library and archival research

in business or economic history. Individual grants range from $1,000 to

$3,000. Three categories of applicants will be eligible for grants: 1)

Harvard University graduate students in history, economics, or business

administration, whose research requires travel to distant archives or

repositories; 2) graduate students or nontenured faculty in those fields from

other universities, in the U.S. and abroad, whose research requires travel to

Baker Library and other local archives; and 3) Harvard College undergraduates

writing senior theses in these fields whose research requires travel away

from Cambridge.

To apply, send a CV, a summary of past academic research (of 1-2 pages), and

a detailed description of the research you wish to undertake (of 2-3 pages).

Applicants must indicate the amount of money requested (up to $3,000). Please

also arrange to have one letter of reference sent independently of the

application. The deadline for receipt of applications is November 1 of the

calendar year preceding that in which the fellowship is to be used. All

materials should be sent to Walter A. Friedman, Rock Center 104, Harvard

Business School, Boston, MA 02163. E-mail: wfriedman@hbs.edu.

———————————

Ms. Felice Whittum

Manager, Business History Initiative

Production Manager, Business History Review Harvard Business School

Tel: 617-495-6179

http://www.hbs.edu/businesshistory/

http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayIssue?jid=BHR&tab=currentissue

Deadline approaching: Harvard-Newcomen Postdoctoral Fellowship in Business History

The Harvard-Newcomen Postdoctoral Fellowship in Business History

To be awarded for twelve months’ residence, study, and research at Harvard

Business School. The fellowship is open to scholars who, within the last ten

years, have received a Ph.D. in history, economics, or a related discipline.

The fellowship has two purposes: The first is to enable scholars to engage in

research that will benefit from the resources of Harvard Business School and

the larger Boston scholarly community. A travel fund and a book fund will be

provided.

The second purpose is to provide an opportunity for the fellow to participate

in the activities of Harvard Business School. The fellow is required to

research and write a case, under the direction of a senior faculty member, to

be used in one of the business history courses. Finally, the fellow is

encouraged to submit an article to Business History Review during his or her

year at the School.

Applicants should submit a CV, undergraduate transcript and graduate-school

record, thesis abstract, and writing sample (such as an article or a book

chapter). Applicants should also state the topics, objectives, and design for

the specific research to be undertaken. Finally, applicants should indicate

the names of three people who will write references on their behalf. The

three letters of recommendation are to be submitted by the writers directly

by October 15 of the calendar year preceding that in which the fellowship is

to be used. It is the responsibility of the applicant to solicit these

letters. The fellowship will be awarded and all applicants notified by

mid-January. The Fellowship will begin July 1. Applications should be

received no later than October 15 and submitted online to:

https://poplar.hbs.edu/ofr/register/registerApplicant.htm.

Please direct your recommenders to visit:

https://poplar.hbs.edu/ofr/upload/startUploadRecommendation.htm.

Harvard University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

———————————

Ms. Felice Whittum

Manager, Business History Initiative

Production Manager, Business History Review Harvard Business School

Tel: 617-495-6179

http://www.hbs.edu/businesshistory/

http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayIssue?jid=BHR&tab=currentissue

8e conférence internationale sur l’histoire de l’eau du 26 au 28 juin 2013 à Montpellier (IWHA)

Chers collègues, veuillez trouver  l’’appel à communication  de la 8e conférence  internationale sur  l’histoire de l’eau du 26 au 28 juin 2013 à Montpellier –  Pierresvives, organisée l’’IWHA (International Water History Association), en  partenariat  avec l’IRD et les Archives départementales de l’Hérault  (Conseil Général de l’Hérault).

www.citg.tudelft.nl/waterhistory2013

Les meilleures  réponses sont collectives, en proposant un ensemble de 4  communications  autour de thèmes suggérés pour cette conférence ou tout  autre thème d’histoire de l’eau  et des sociétés humaines. L’étude et la sauvegarde des archives de l’eau, l’histoire de  l’irrigation et l’histoire de la coopération sur l’eau sont les thèmes  proposés par les
organisateurs de la conférence.  Toutes les périodes historiques peuvent être abordées y  compris  l’histoire contemporaine et moderne.

pour le comité d’organisation :

Marc Conesa
Maître de Conférences
Histoire Moderne
Université Montpellier III
Laboratoire CRISES EA4424
marc.conesa@univ-montp3.fr

The Harvard-Newcomen Postdoctoral Fellowship in Business History

Harvard-Newcomen Fellowship in Business History– with corrected web links

The Harvard-Newcomen Postdoctoral Fellowship in Business History

To be awarded for twelve months’ residence, study, and research at Harvard
Business School. The fellowship is open to scholars who, within the last ten
years, have received a Ph.D. in history, economics, or a related discipline.
The fellowship has two purposes: The first is to enable scholars to engage in
research that will benefit from the resources of Harvard Business School and
the larger Boston scholarly community. A travel fund and a book fund will be
provided.

The second purpose is to provide an opportunity for the fellow to participate
in the activities of Harvard Business School. The fellow is required to
research and write a case, under the direction of a senior faculty member, to
be used in one of the business history courses. Finally, the fellow is
encouraged to submit an article to Business History Review during his or her
year at the School.

Applicants should submit a CV, undergraduate transcript and graduate-school
record, thesis abstract, and writing sample (such as an article or a book
chapter). Applicants should also state the topics, objectives, and design for
the specific research to be undertaken. Finally, applicants should indicate
the names of three people who will write references on their behalf. The
three letters of recommendation are to be submitted by the writers directly
by October 15 of the calendar year preceding that in which the fellowship is
to be used. It is the responsibility of the applicant to solicit these
letters. The fellowship will be awarded and all applicants notified by
mid-January. The Fellowship will begin July 1. Applications should be
received no later than October 15 and submitted online to:
https://poplar.hbs.edu/ofr/register/registerApplicant.htm.
Please direct your recommenders to visit:
https://poplar.hbs.edu/ofr/upload/startUploadRecommendation.htm.

Harvard University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

———————————
Ms. Felice Whittum
Manager, Business History Initiative
Production Manager, Business History Review Harvard Business School
Tel: 617-495-6179
http://www.hbs.edu/businesshistory/
http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayIssue?jid=BHR&tab=currentissue

Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellowships, Nuffield College, Oxford – Deadline 5 Nov. 2012

Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellowships, Nuffield College, Oxford – Deadline
5 Nov. 2012

Three-Year Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellowships in Social Sciences

Nuffield College intends to appoint, with effect from 1 September 2013, a
number of Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellows (PPRFs).

Applications are invited from graduates of any country wishing to undertake
research in any area of the social sciences except Economics, for which there
is a separate competition. Applicants who wish to undertake research in
Economic History, or interdisciplinary research which includes Economics will
be considered. The main interests of the College are in Economics, Politics
and Sociology, but these are broadly construed to include, for example,
social science approaches to history, social and medical statistics,
international relations, social psychology, public policy, and social policy.

PPRFs’ main responsibility is to engage in independent scholarly research.
They have no teaching or administrative obligations but are expected to
participate in the intellectual life of the College. They will be expected to
organise a seminar or workshop in their subject area during the three-year
term of their appointment and the College can help finance and organise these
activities.

The salary for a Postdoctoral Fellow starts at 23,315 pounds a year. There is
a research budget of 2,474 pounds a year. PPRFs are entitled to free single
College accommodation or a housing allowance of 5,340 pounds a year, and free
lunch and dinner in College. Child support funds are available.

The Fellowships are intended for scholars from any country. To be eligible,
candidates should hold a bachelors and/or masters degree and should by 1
September 2013 have completed, or be close to completing, a doctorate.
Candidates must not have spent more than a total of eight years in
postgraduate study, teaching or research in the social sciences by the date
of taking up the Fellowship, and should not have previously held a research
fellowship similar to that advertised.

The Fellowships are to be taken up on 1 September 2013. The appointment will
be for 3 years.

Further particulars and the application form are available on the College web
page: http://www.nuffield.ox.ac.uk or from the Administrative Officer,
Nuffield College, Oxford OX1 1NF. Email: pprf@nuffield.ox.ac.uk. The deadline
for applications is Monday 5 November 2012.

The College exists to promote excellence in education and research, and is an
equal opportunities employer.

———————————
Justine Crump
Administrative Officer
Nuffield College
New Road
Oxford
OX1 1NF
United Kingdom
Tel.: +44 (0) 1865 278 516
Fax: +44 (0) 1865 278 621
Email: pprf@nuffield.ox.ac.uk / justine.crump@nuffield.ox.ac.uk

LE PAYSAN ET SA TERRE : GDRI Crises and change in the European Countryside, Blois 20 octobre 2020

Dans le cadre des Rendez-vous de l’Histoire de Blois,

Le Groupe de Recherches International du CNRS (GDRI) –
“Crises and Changes in the European Countryside »
(CRICEC)

vous invite à une rencontre :

LE PAYSAN ET SA TERRE

Samedi 20 octobre de 14h à 19h30


Intervenants :
– Gérard BÉAUR, directeur d’études à l’EHESS,
– Fabrice BOUDJAABA, chargé de recherches au CNRS,
– John BROAD, Visiting Academic de l’université de Cambridge,
– Rosa CONGOST, professeure à l’université de Gérone,
– Antoinette FAUVE-CHAMOUX,maître de conférences à l’EHESS,
– Danilo GASPARINI, professeur à l’université de Padoue,
– Anne-Lise HEAD-KÖNIG, professeure à l’université de Genève.

Amphi vert, Campus de la CCI


RENCONTRE HISPANO-FRANÇAISE D`HISTOIRE RURALE, XVI-XIX SIECLES ; ENCUENTRO HISPANO-FRANCÉS DE HISTORIA RURAL, SS. XVI-XIX

ENCUENTRO HISPANO-FRANCÉS DE
HISTORIA RURAL, SS. XVI-XIX

RENCONTRE HISPANO-FRANÇAISE
D`HISTOIRE RURALE, XVI-XIX SIECLES

24, 25 y 26 de octubre de 2012
Facultad de Humanidades de Albacete

Groupe de Recherches International du CNRS (GDRI) –
“Crises and Changes in the European Countryside »
(CRICEC)

Miércoles, 24 de octubre de 2012

16,45 horas. Presentación
José Julián Garde López-Brea, Vicerrector de
Investigación y Política Cientí ca de la Universidad de
Castilla-La Mancha
Francisco Cebrián Abellán, Decano de la Facultad de
Humanidades de Albacete
Gérard Béaur, Directeur Groupe de Recherche
International (GDRI)-CRICEC
Francisco García González, Director Seminario Historia
Social de la Población

17,00 – 18,45 horas. Primera Sesión.
Población, ocupación del territorio y redes
migratorias

Moderador: Fabrice Boudjaaba, École des Hautes
Études en Sciences Sociales (CRH)- CNRS
Ponentes:
Ofelia Rey Castelao, Universidad de Santiago de
Compostela
Stéphane Minvielle – Corinne Marache, Universidad de
Bordeaux 3

19,00 – 20,45 horas. Segunda Sesión.
Producción, tradición e innovación en el mundo
rural
Moderador: Ofelia Rey Castelao, Universidad de
Santiago de Compostela
Ponentes:
Jerónimo López-Salazar Pérez, Universidad de
Castilla-La Mancha
Annie Antoine, Université de Rennes

****
Jueves, 25 de octubre de 2012

9 -11 horas. Tercera Sesión.
Entre el campo y la ciudad. Agriculturas
peri-urbanas y redes comerciales

Moderador: Francis Brumont, Université de
Toulouse-Le Mirail
Ponentes:
Jesús Manuel González Beltrán (Universidad de Cádiz)
– Máximo García Fernández (Universidad de Valladolid)
Hervé Bennezon – Florent Mérot, Centre de Recherche
Espaces, Sociétés, Cultures (CRESC), Université Paris
13-Villetaneuse

11,30 – 13,30 horas. Cuarta Sesión.
Estado, régimen señorial y comunidades rurales.
Intervención y con icto

Moderador: Francis Brumont, Université de
Toulouse-Le Mirail
Ponentes:
Laureano Rubio Pérez, Universidad de León
Nadine Vivier, Université de Le Mans

16,15 – 18,15 horas. Quinta Sesión.
Tierra, trabajo y relaciones sociales en el mundo
rural
Moderador: Pablo Luna, Université Sorbonne- Paris IV
Ponentes:
Rosa Congost, Universidad de Girona
Gérard Béaur, École des Hautes Études en Sciences
Sociales (CRH)- CNRS

18,30 – 20,30 horas. Sexta Sesión.
Familia, propiedad y desigualdad social
Moderador: Pablo Luna, Université Sorbonne- Paris IV
Ponentes:
Francisco García González, Universidad de Castilla-La
Mancha (SEHISP)
Fabrice Boudjaaba, École des Hautes Études en
Sciences Sociales (CRH) – CNRS

****

Viernes, 26 de octubre de 2012

9-11 horas. Séptima Sesión.
Iglesia, clero y cultura en el mundo rural
Moderador: Rosa Congost, Universidad de Girona
Pegerto Saavedra, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
Pablo Luna, Université Sorbonne – Paris IV

11,30 – 12 horas. Conclusión
Francisco García González, SEHISP-Universidad de
Castilla-La Mancha
Gérard Béaur, Directeur Groupe de Recherche
International (GDRI) – CRICEC


Organiza:
Groupe de Recherches International du CNRS (GDRI) –
“Crises and Changes in the European Countryside »
(CRICEC)
Seminario de Historia Social de la Población (SEHISP),
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Proyecto HAR2010-
21325-C05-03
Dirección:
Francisco García González, Seminario de Historia Social de
la Población (SEHISP), Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha,
Francisco.ggonzalez@uclm.es
Gérard Béaur, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
(CRH) – CNRS, París, beaur@ehess.fr
Secretaría:
Carmen Hernández López, Seminario de Historia Social
de la Población (SEHISP), Universidad de Castilla-La
Mancha, carmen.hlopez@gmail.com
Fabrice Boudjaaba, École des Hautes Études en Sciences
Sociales (CRH)- CNRS, fabrice.boudjaaba@gmail.com

Parution d’un nouveau numéro des Cahiers de la Méditerranée (n° 84)

Chers collègues,

Je vous informe de la parution récente du dernier numéro des Cahiers de la
Méditerranée (n° 84), qui contient deux dossiers en lien avec l’histoire
économique:
– « Travailler chez l’autre, travailler avec l’autre en Méditerranée (XIVe-XIXe
siècles) » (coord. Gilbert Buti, Olivier Raveux, Arnaud Bartolomei)
– « Les constructions navales en Méditerranée du Moyen Age au XIXe siècle »
(coord. Silvia Marzagalli)

Le numéro vient de sortir en version papier et sera disponible en ligne sur le
portail revues.org à partir du mois de décembre (pour plus d’information :
CahiersMediterranee@unice.fr).

Vous trouverez ci-dessous et ci-joint le sommaire du numéro.

Bien cordialement,

Arnaud Bartolomei

Sommaire

Dossier : Travailler chez l’autre, travailler avec l’autre en Méditerranée
(XIVe  – XIXe  siècle)

Gilbert Buti et Olivier Raveux, Introduction … p. 11

Juliette Sibon, Travailler dans une autre communauté de la diaspora au XIVe
siècle. Corailleurs et médecins juifs entre Provence, Catalogne et Sardaigne …
p. 19

Anne Brogini, Des échanges contraints aux échanges assumés. Malte et la Régence
de Tunis dans la première modernité,… p. 33

Olivier Lopez, Les hommes de la Compagnie royale d’Afrique au XVIIIe siècle.
Une intégration illusoire,… p.  49

Gilbert Buti, Négociants d’expression allemande à Marseille (1750-1793),… p. 65

Arnaud Bartolomei, Mobilité et cosmopolitisme marchands. Les enseignements de
la colonie française de Cadix (XVIIIe – XIXe siècles),… p. 85

Guillaume Calafat, Être étranger dans un port franc. Droits, privilèges et
accès au travail à Livourne (1590-1715),… p. 103

Mathieu Grenet, Vivre chez l’autre, travailler sans lui ? Les capotteri grecs
de Venise, 1764-1804, … p. 123

Corine Maitte, L’espace européen du travail des verriers italiens, XVIe – XIXe
siècle. Dynamiques et structures de migrations spécialisées,… p. 139

Daniel Faget, Maîtres de l’onde, maîtres des marchés et des techniques : les
migrants catalans à Marseille au xviiie siècle (1720-1793),… p. 159

Leila Maziane, Étrangers et transferts techniques au Maroc à l’époque moderne,…
p.  173

Ghislaine Alleaume, Les techniciens européens dans l’Égypte de Muhammad ‘Alî
(1805-1848),… p. 185

Eloy Martín Corrales, Les Espagnols au Maroc (1767-1860) : le défi de
travailler avec l’autre,… p. 197

Abdelhamid Henia, Le rôle des étrangers dans la dynamique sociopolitique de la
Tunisie (XVIIe – XVIIIe siècle). Un problème d’historiographie,… p. 213

Xavier Daumalin, Usages et résistances des ouvriers immigrés dans l’industrie
marseillaise (1880-1914),… p. 235

Dossier : Les constructions navales en Méditerranée du Moyen Âge au XIXe siècle

Silvia Marzagalli, Introduction,… p. 255

Furio Ciciliot, Les chantiers navals en Ligurie du Moyen Âge à l’époque moderne
(XIIe – XVIe siècles),… p. 259

Luca Lo Basso, Entre galères et vaisseaux. Armement et constructions navales en
Ligurie au xviie siècle,… p. 273

Guido Candiani, Une tradition différente : La construction des navires de
guerre à voile à Venise du milieu du XVIIe siècle au début du XVIIIe siècle,…
p. 293

Maria Lucia De Nicolò, Recherches sur l’histoire de la pêche en Méditerranée :
Tartanes de Provence, tartanes de Vénétie, trabacs, modèles adriatiques pour la
pêche à la traîne et le petit cabotage (XVIIe – XVIIIe siècles),… p. 309

Silvia Marzagalli, Types d’embarcations entre Gênes et Marseille à la fin de
l’Ancien Régime. Quelques aperçus à partir de la base de données Navigocorpus,…
p. 325

Laurent Pavlidis, La construction navale traditionnelle provençale au xixe
siècle. Sources et méthodes,… p. 335

Apostolos Delis, Mediterranean Wooden Shipbuilding in the nineteenth century:
roduction, Productivity and Ship Types in Comparative Perspective,… p. 349

Daniel Panzac, Flottes et arsenaux dans l’affrontement turco-égyptien (1830-
1840),… p. 367

Notes et travaux de recherches

Alessandra Sambo, La balance de commerce de la République de Venise : sources e
méthodes,… p. 381

Comptes-rendus

Véronique Meyer, Marie-Luce Pujalte-Fraysse (dir.), Voyage d’artistes en Italie
du Nord, xvie – xixe siècle (David Rousseau),… p.  413

Frédéric Barbier, Le rêve grec de Monsieur de Choiseul. Les voyages d’un
Européen des Lumières (Thierry Couzin),… p.  417

M’hamed Oualdi, Esclaves et maîtres. Les mamelouks des beys de Tunis du xviie
siècle aux années 1880 (Christian Windler),… p.  419

Maurits H. van den Boogert, The Capitulations and the Ottoman Legal System :
Qadis, Consuls, and Beratlý in the Eighteenth Century (Mathieu Grenet),… p. 423

Frederick Cooper, Le Colonialisme en question : théorie, connaissance, histoire
(Mathilde Cocoual) ,… p. 429

Marie-Claude Smouts (dir.), La situation postcoloniale : les postcolonial
studies dans le débat français (Florence Moatti) ,… p. 435

Géraldine Djament-Tran, Rome éternelle, les métamorphoses de la capitale
(Joseph Martinetti),… p. 441

Résumés et mots clés,… p.  447

Les auteurs,… p.  463

PhD scholarship in Business History, Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg/Dänemark

Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg/Dänemark,
01.04.2013-31.03.2016
Bewerbungsschluss: 08.11.2012

PhD scholarship in Business History

Copenhagen Business School invites applications for a vacant PhD
scholarship within the field of Business History at the Department of
Management, Politics and Philosophy (MPP).

The overall aim of the department is to undertake critical
investigations of topics relevant to an understanding of business in
society. The successful applicant will be positioned in the Business
History group (for presentation of the departmental groups of MPP see
below). The Business History group currently consists of two full
professors, six associate professors and four PhD students. A focus area
in the forthcoming years will be entrepreneurship. It is the ambition of
the group to enhance its position as an international oriented
experimenting and creative research environment that integrates new
fields, approaches and methods in research and teaching, in the field of
Business History. We therefore welcome applicants with background in
history, economic history, history of technology, historical and
economic sociology ethnographical history, cultural history, and other
related fields.

The search is open with regard to methodological approach and focus
area.

Examples of research areas that a scholarship might cover:
– History of Capitalism
– Entrepreneurship in a historical perspective
– Innovation
– Business in developing economies
– Enterprise in society
– Management styles

We also invite applications from scholars with different focus. Core
research areas of MPP are public and political management, management
philosophy, business history, strategy, innovation, and
entrepreneurship. It is the ambition of MPP to strengthen and develop
cross disciplinary research and teaching in the intersection between, on
the one hand, business and economics and, on the other hand, social
science and the humanities. Research and teaching at MPP is committed to
continuous challenge of existing disciplinary boundaries, while at the
same time providing new knowledge with relevance to CBS stakeholders in
particular and society in general.

MPP is divided into four research groups, complemented by an
administrative unit that provides professional support within research
and education. MPP seeks to ensure an ongoing improvement within the
areas of administration and appreciates staff members who take an active
part in this development.

Teaching responsibilities of the MPP comprise BA and MA in Business
Administration and Philosophy, BSc in International Business, BSc in
Business Administration and Sociology, MA in Political Communication and
Management, MA in International Marketing and Management, MA in
Political Communication & Management, MA in Organizational Innovation
and Entrepreneurship and Master of Public Administration. The Department
will give priority to applicants with high grades from their
universities.

The three-year PhD programme at CBS allows you to conduct research under
the supervision of CBS professors, supported by research training
courses. The programme is highly international, and you are expected to
participate in international research conferences and to spend time
abroad as a visiting PhD student. See the CBS homepage for more
information about the PhD programme, uk.cbs.dk/research/phd_programmes
.

It is also required that the applicant shows an interest in joining the
Department’s research environment, see http://uk.cbs.dk/mpp .
CBS PhD graduates are held in high esteem not only in academia and
research institutions but also in government and business where their
research qualifications are increasingly demanded. One third of CBS PhD
graduates go on to employment outside universities and public research
institutions.

Copenhagen Business School has a broad commitment to the excellence,
distinctiveness and relevance of its teaching and research programmes.
Candidates who wish to join us should demonstrate enthusiasm for working
in an organisation of this type (highlighting, for example, relevant
business, educational and dissemination activities).

For further information please contact: Research Director Mads
Mordhorst, tel.: +45 3815 3839, e-mail mmo.lpf@cbs.dk. Information about
the department may be found at www.cbs.dk/mpp.
Appointment and salary will be in accordance with the Ministry of
Finance’s agreement with the Central Academic Organisation.
General information:

A PhD scholarship runs for a period of 3 years, and includes teaching
obligations equivalent of ½ year’s work (840 work hours). The
scholarships are fully salaried positions, according to the national
Danish collective agreement. The scholarship includes the tuition fees,
office space, travel grants plus a salary, currently starting with per
month app. DKK 23.770 (app. 3,160 euro) up to DKK 28.964 (app. 3,860
euro) depending on seniority, plus a pension contribution totalling 17,1
% of 85 per cent of the base salary.
The salary level and appointment is determined by the Ministry of
Finance’s collective agreement with the Central Academic Organisation.

The PhD student will be enrolled at PhD School in Organisation and
Management Studies.

To be considered, the candidate should have a basic training at the
Masters level (similar to the 3 + 2 Bologna process). An educational
background in the social sciences is necessary. The applicant must have
successfully completed the Masters degree before commencing PhD at CBS.
The applicants must be fluent in English.

The application (see link below) must include a 5 page project
description. This research proposal should contain a presentation of an
original research question, a description of the initial theoretical
framework and methodology, a presentation of the suggested empirical
material as well as a work-plan.

In addition to the research proposal, the application must include
copies of a Master’s degree certificate or other certificates of a
corresponding level, brief curriculum vitae (CV), a list of papers and
publications, and one copy of a selected written work (e.g. Master’s
thesis). Applicants must enclose documentation for English language
skills.

A committee of experts in the field in question will assess the
applications. The assessment of the applicants will be based on the
quality and relevance of the project, including an evaluation of the
applicant’s ability to accomplish it. Following this assessment, the
management of the department will select the winners of the
scholarships.

Please find guidelines and further information on scholarships and the
Doctoral Programme at uk.cbs.dk/research/phd_programmes/admission.

Application must be sent via the electronic recruitment system, using
the link below.
Closing date: 8 November 2012
Copenhagen Business School must receive all application material,
including all appendices (see items above), by the application
deadline.

Details about Copenhagen Business School and the department are
available at www.cbs.dk.

Deadline
08/11/2012

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Alfred Reckendrees
CBS Centre for Business History
Porcelaenshaven 18 A
are.lpf@cbs.dk

Homepage
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Rural History Network International Conference

The IISH organizes the ESSHC once every two years. The conference does not have a central theme and welcomes papers about all periods and subjects. The main objective of the conference is to introduce historians who use the insights and techniques from the social sciences to social scientists that focus on the past in their research and vice versa.

Glasgow – du 11 au 14 avril 2012

Date limite de dépôt des projets de communication : 1 mai 2011

http://www.rhi.wur.nl/UK/RHN/Glasgow/