The Angevin Research Group in Economics and Management (GRANEM) and the Jean Bodin Research Center (CJB) are recruiting a full-time research engineer on a fixed-term contract to participate in the SCAENA and VSEG research programs. These programs are supported by the University of Angers and funded by the National Research Agency. The position is to be filled in January 2023 (specific date to be discussed).
At Granem, the SCAENA project (2020-2023) is led by Dominique Sagot- Duvauroux, professor of economics, and focuses on the cultural development of territories. It aims, based on the concept of "stage" to analyze the complex embeddings that operate between a cultural and artistic offer located, the presence of start-ups or creative entrepreneurs, urban configurations and the social organization of a territory. He questions the conditions of emergence, visibility and development of artistic scenes. It involves the following partners:
University of Angers (coordination), EA GRANEM, Angevin Research Group in Economics and Management; University of Nantes, EA LEMNA, Laboratory of Economics and Management of Nantes; National Schools of Architecture of Nantes and Grenoble, UMR AAU, Atmospheres, Architectures, Urbanities: University of Grenoble, UMR PACTE Public Policies, Political Action, Territories; University Paris 3, EA CIM Communication, Information Media; University of Texas; Paul Valéry University, Montpellier; the Observatory of Cultural Policies of Grenoble.
At the CJB, the project "sexual violence and childhood at war" (VSEG, Oct.22-Oct.25) is directed by Bérangère Taxil, professor of international law. Children are victims of sexual violence in armed conflicts, for various reasons related to war strategies. It is a question of understanding the different current forms of this violence, in order to then identify the difficulties of law and international justice to deal with it. The aim of the project is to contribute to the fight against impunity, by identifying how to better prevent acts, punish those responsible and allow reparation for victims. The project is co-directed by Isabelle Fouchard, CNRS researcher in international law at the Sorbonne and Adelaide Blavier, professor of psychology in Liège, Belgium. It brings together the members of the Mukwege Chair (psychologists, doctors, economists, lawyers) and the network of researchers of the "Enjeux" program led by Yves Denéchère, history professor. A post-doctoral researcher in international law accompanies the project.Benefits
According to the University scale
- 6 month full-time contract. At the end of this 6-month contract, a 100% renewal at the CJB on the VSEG project is possible for an additional period of 2 years.
- Salary (gross): from 1891€ to 2143€ per month, according to profile and experiences
- 50,5 day-off per year
- Benefits of the French Health Insurance system
- 50% backfilling of the monthly transit passOffer Requirements
Economics: Master Degree or equivalent
Sociology: Master Degree or equivalent