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Fellowship
The economic analysis of social classes: the Classical approach

Deadline

Thursday, December 12, 2013

The Department of Statistics of Sapienza University of Rome announces a call for applications for a research fellowship in Economics on "The economic analysis of social classes: the Classical approach". The deadline for applications is December 12, 2013. The full text of the call is retrievable at this url.

Social classes, widely studied by several social sciences, are no longer a tool of economic analysis, at least within the marginalize approach. The project aims at updating and applying the approach to the study of social classes typical of British Classical political economists, integrating it with the most recent insights from the other social sciences.
The main characteristic of the project is the overlapping of methods proper of the history of economic thought, economic theory and empirical analysis. In the applied part, special emphasis will be given to current developments in the EU.

Target group Early stage researcher or 0-4 yrs (Post graduate)
Annual salary 19.367
Selection criteria CV, publications and interview (more details in the full announcement on the website of the Department)
Selection process An ad hoc commission will be appointed by the Head of the Department of Statistics after the closing of the call. The commission will assess each candidate's CV and publications and will then proceed with individual interviews on December 18th.

 

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