Professor Roger Goodman FAcSS will complete his term of office as President of the Academy in June 2021. The Academy’s Council has therefore established a President Search Committee to make recommendations to Council as to Roger’s successor. It’s an important and exciting time to be President of the Academy as we implement our new strategy… Read more »
ESRC are recruiting new Chairs, Academic and User members for the Grant Assessment Panels (GAP). Please find advertisements and links to the application form here. The closing date for applications is 17:00 hours on Friday 18th September 2020. For further information please contact: GDG and GAP general enquiries at [email protected]
The Academy welcomes nominations for new Fellows. It is particularly keen to receive nominations for deserving social scientists in the BAME communities, who are currently under-represented in the Academy. Nominees must be people of established status and reputation who have made a substantial contribution to wider social science – to policy or practice – going beyond… Read more »
The British Academy of Management is seeking a Grants Administrator (part-time) P/t (0.4 FTE) Salary £35k pro rata Remote working arrangement This is a new, specialist role to cover the administration of our expanding suite of grant schemes supporting the business and management research community.
The British Academy of Management are seeking to appoint two Co-Editors-in-Chief of the British Journal of Management and one Co-Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Management Reviews commencing from January 2020.
Job Title: Head of Events and Operations Reports to: CEO Location: Euston Road, London, with regular overnight stays and travelling throughout the UK. Effective Date: October 2018 Salary: £45,128 – £50,355 depending on experience This is a demanding role which requires specific leadership and strategic abilities. The jobholder will take a strategic role in the leadership and management of Events… Read more »
The Academy of Social Sciences was delighted to welcome Bank of England’s Chief Economist Andy Haldane FAcSS as the speaker for its annual lecture 2018. The title of Mr. Haldane’s speech was: The UK’s Productivity Problem: Hub No Spokes. His speech focussed on how Britain’s poor record of productivity growth over the last 10 years… Read more »