Calls for applications, proposals and papers


The Department is looking to recruit three Assistant Professors (tenure track) for September 1st, 2018.

Candidates should have a PhD (or are firmly expecting one by August 2018) and must show promising or significant scholarship and teaching skills. Candidates from all countries and backgrounds are welcome.

Candidates are invited to submit their applications online - we recommend the use of the application (LINK to EJM post).

Please note that interviews will be conducted at the ASSA meetings in Philadelphia in January 2018.


More details concerning the position and application contents (PDF)


Call for Papers: 2nd IZA Workshop on the Economics of Education

The Institute of Labor Economics (IZA - Deutsche Post Foundation) is pleased to announce the upcoming 2nd edition of its economics of education workshop, September 25-27th, 2017.

The aim of the workshop is to gather about 30 researchers working on the economics of education, in particular on the theme:
Making schools work - better.

The highlight of the workshop is the keynote lecture, which will be delivered by Prof. David N. FIGLIO (Northwestern University and IZA).

IZA is calling for papers. The workshop aims to gather researchers to discuss (among others) the following themes:
•    Easing school-to-work transition
•    Evaluation of schooling reforms
•    School financing
•    Technological change in the classroom
•    Field Experiments in primary and secondary education
•    Peer effects in primary and secondary education

The program will consist of 24 individual talks and a poster session for local researchers.

How to submit ? Please fill out IZA's online submission form (LINK) and send either a detailed abstract or full paper.

DEADLINE: MAY 31st, 2017

Full details regarding the workshop, submissions and funding (LINK)



The Chair “Transitions démographiques, Transitions économiques” (TDTE) is calling for papers for its upcoming international conference "Ageing and Economic Growth"

The TDTE of the Fondation du Risque – Institut Louis Bachelier is organizing an international conference in July

Mainstream analysis often views seniors as a burden for public finance and the healthcare system and tehrefore it may seem paradoxical to link aging and growth. Furthermore, elderly people are supposedly not directly participating in the creation of value.

In practice, aging which is a global phenomenon, requires to rethink and adapt the economic model at a fast pace.

The Chair Transitions démographiques, Transitions économiques proposes to tackle this important issue July 12th, in Paris, by organising an international conference.

The topic is key and at the top of the political agenda in every country. It requires rapid adaptation in regulation, fiscal, social, prevention and saving policies.

Abstracts and papers must be submitted in English or French but presentations may be done in researcher’s native language.

DEADLINE: MAY 22nd, 2017

Papers have to be submitted at the following adress:

CONTACT: Sophie Parisel -

Link to call for papers (PDF)


SciencesPo's Department of Economics is calling for applications for five "A.T.E.R" positions (part-time): 2017-18

PROFILE : interested PhD level candidates should be specialised in econometrics, microeconomics, macroeconomics, financial macroeconomics/market finance.

They will be teaching in either French or English therefore fluency in the English language is required.

Courses are mainly taught at the undergraduate level on one of SciencesPo’s College Universitaire campuses. Courses may also be taught at the Master level.

Candidates must apply via the Galaxie online system (link to GALAXIE)

DEADLINE : APRIL 24th, 2017 - 16:00 (à Paris)