ECSR is a non-profit, scientific, professional organization that promotes theoretically driven empirical research in Sociology.
The ECSR organizes yearly conferences and annual graduate schools. It offers visitor grants for graduate students and awards a yearly prize for the best PhD thesis among candidates from the ECSR member institutes. It provides funding to organize thematic conferences and network workshop.
The European Sociological Review (ESR) is the Consortium’s official journal.
- ECSR Annual Conference7-8 October 2021 Due to the COVID19 pandemic, the 2021 annual ECSR conference will be held online. There is no specific theme for this year conference but, as always, we welcome presentations of the theoretically-driven empirical research (the trade mark of the ECSR) in various sociological areas, such as the labor market, education, gender, the … Read more
- The ECSR at policy roundtable of the European Parliament Research ServiceOn 11 November 2019, the ECSR presented at the European Parliament Research Service the agenda “Promoting social mobility and equal opportunities: The challenge for Europe”. The event was a result of a fruitful collaboration between the ECSR, the EPRS and Population Europe. Income inequality within advanced OECD countries have been on a steady rise in … Read more
- ECSR on TwitterThe ECSR now has a Twitter account, @ECSR_Soc. With the Twitter account, we can easily disseminate announcements, job vacancies, etc. If your institution/department has its own Twitter account, it would be reasonable to follow @ECSR_Soc. Please also communicate this to your individual members, so they can receive updates from the ECSR directly. Your communication with … Read more
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