Bourses Marie Curie et réseaux de formation Innovative Training Networks : l’état des lieux

Dans le cadre de la programmation européenne Horizon 2020 et du financement dédié aux chercheurs (notamment jeunes chercheurs), le Point de Contact National Marie Curie publie les statistiques concernant deux outils : bourses Marie Curie (IF) et réseaux ITN (Innovative Training Networks). Sur la période 2014-2016, les taux de succès, seuils et statistiques de participation par pays sont présentés. Ces données permettent d’évaluer les outils, le positionnement des différents pays, ainsi que le profil-type des chercheurs financés dans le cas des bourses individuelles Marie Curie.


Credit. Trust, solidarity, citizenship (14th – 19th century)

The Institute of Studies on Mediterranean Societies (ISSM – Naples, Italy), a RAMSES partner, announces a competition for 12 scholarships for young researchers (graduate, PhD and postdoctoral research students) in order to attend the fourth seminar of doctoral studies on the topic of  “Credit. Trust, Solidarity, Citizenship (14th – 19th century)”.

There is a link between economy and citizenship that defines forms and lexicons of civic membership. The latter is largely encoded through credit practices, based on credibility and trust relationships, within a civilitas that in the mid-centuries of the Middle Ages and in the early Modern Age determined – starting from an identity closely connected to Christian faith – the characteristics of alterity and the resulting degrees of inclusion or social exclusion. When social exclusion becomes apparent because the economic system drives some to the poverty line, new solidarity mechanisms are put in place to try to bring “laborious poverty” into the productive system. But these same mechanisms of solidarity can turn into complex economic systems as far as they can offer more evolved credit practices. Continuer la lecture de « Credit. Trust, solidarity, citizenship (14th – 19th century) »

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