The Questrom School of Business at Boston University invites applications for a tenured Full or Associate Professor with a focus on people analytics and a deep emphasis on Human Resources topics. Pending provost budgetary approval the anticipated start date for this faculty position is July 1, 2019 or January 1, 2020.
The Second Global Carework Summit
June 9-11, 2019
The Carework Network is organizing a three-day conference to bring together carework researchers from across disciplines and across the globe.
The Carework Network is an international organization of scholars and advocates who focus on the caring work of individuals, families, communities, paid caregivers, social service agencies and state bureaucracies. Care needs are shifting globally with changing demographics, disability movements, and climate change driven environmental crises. Our mission is to address critical issues related to carework, such as how identities influence carework; how inequality structures carework; how caring work is recognized and compensated; how state policies influence the distribution of care; working conditions of care; and whether and to what extent citizens have a right to receive, and a right to provide, care. Scholars and advocates working on issues related to elder care, child care, health care, social work, education, political theory of care, social reproduction, work/family, disability studies, careworker health and safety, and related issues are encouraged to submit proposals.
Associate/Full Professor and Faculty Director of the Institute for Business & Social Impact – Haas School of Business
The Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, invites applications for a tenured faculty position in any field related to business & public policy, economic analysis & policy, finance, management of organizations, operations and information technology management, or real estate and urban economics, with an expected start date of July 1, 2019. The incumbent will serve a three to five year term (renewable) as the Faculty Director of the Institute for Business & Social Impact in lieu of 50% of his/her teaching obligation for this duration.
Application submissions will be accepted through October 24, 2018.
For more information about the position including required qualifications and application materials and to apply, please visit: https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/apply/JPF01843
If you have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. UC Berkeley is an AA/EEO employer.
Call for Papers:
Consequences of Change in Healthcare for Organizations, Workers, and Patients
A Mini-Conference and Avenue for Peer-Reviewed Publication
deadline extended to September 1st, 2018
This call invites papers for a conference and subsequent special issue of Work & Occupations devoted to the consequences of change in healthcare for organizations, workers, and patients. Scholars interested in participating should submit a completed paper to the conference organizers and special issue co-editors Ariel C. Avgar (Cornell), Adrienne E. Eaton (Rutgers), Rebecca Givan (Rutgers), and Adam Seth Litwin (Cornell) by September 1st, 2018. Authors whose papers are accepted will be invited to a conference sponsored by the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University and the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University to be held in New Brunswick, New Jersey, on January 9-11, 2019.
Papers presented at this conference should be suitable for submission to external reviewers. Based on the organizers’ recommendations, discussions at the conference, and fit with the special issue, a subset of authors will be asked to submit their papers to Work & Occupations with the expectation that their papers will be published in the special issue once they pass the external review process. Papers that reviewers deem of good quality that are not selected for the special issue will be considered for publication in a regular issue of Work & Occupations.
Assistant Professor – Strategic Management – 1803398
Job Field: Tenure Stream
Faculty / Division: Joseph L. Rotman School of Management
Department: Rotman School of Management
Campus: St. George (downtown Toronto)
Job Posting: Aug 3, 2018
Job Closing: October 15, 2018, 11:59pm
The Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto invites applications for a full-time tenure stream appointment in the Strategic Management area. The Appointment will be at the rank of Assistant Professor and will commence on July 1, 2019.
The Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine is seeking candidates to fill one faculty position in Organization Theory to begin as early as July 1, 2019. The position is open to individuals at any rank (i.e., Assistant, tenured Associate, or tenured Full Professor).
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, although first consideration will be given to completed applications received by October 1, 2018.
Jennifer W. Bouek (Brown University, 2019)
Jennifer Bouek’s research unites the sociological study of poverty and inequality; organizational and economic sociology; and the sociology of families and gender.
Her dissertation, The Ecological Patterning and Effects of Child Care Markets, is a mixed methods exploration of the institution of child care, supported by the National Science Foundation and Brown University’s Program in Business, Entrepreneurship, and Organizations. Existing scholarship has demonstrated the robust relationship between child care availability and maternal employment. Yet this body of work does not adequately account for the role of politics and policies in structuring the child care market. Drawing on 89 in-depth interviews with mothers, child care providers, and policymakers, supplemented with spatial and archival analysis of administrative records, survey data, and non-participant observation at state meetings, she investigates three inquiries: 1) how and why child care organizational environments vary across socioeconomic bounds at the neighborhood and individual levels, 2) how the organization of the market shapes a mother’s access to care, and 3) the effects of inequitable access to child care on a mother’s employment trajectory, real and imagined. Through the course of three empirical chapters, Jennifer offer a revised account of the child care market to illustrate how institutional politics, policies, and practices, mothers’ access to care, and maternal employment trajectories are intricately intertwined. Continue reading “On The Market”