Subir Chowdhury Post-doctoral Fellowship on Quality and Economics
The Subir Chowdhury Post-doctoral Fellowship on Quality and Economics was established in 2010 at the London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE). The Fellowship is supported by the Subir and Malini Chowdhury Foundation. The Subir Chowdhury Post-doctoral Fellowship on Quality and Economics is for a period of three months during each academic year, based at the LSE India Observatory. The Fellow is expected to engage in research examining the impact of people quality and behaviour on the economies of Asian nations, prioritising but not restricted to, India and Bangladesh. The main objective of this programme is to examine the links between quality and economics. The Fellow is expected to finish a research paper of publishable quality during their stay and make a presentation at a seminar arranged by the India Observatory. All data collection and any material required for the research should be secured before coming to the LSE. The Fellow will receive a monthly subsistence allowance of up to £1,750 a month, and will be provided with shared work space and access to research facilities at the School. Assistance will also be provided towards the cost of travel and related expenses. No additional grant is available for fieldwork or any other costs.
Applicants should have been awarded their PhD - the fellowship is not intended for students registered for a degree or diploma, nor is it intended for senior academics. Applicants should be early career researchers examining the impact of people quality and behaviour on the economies of Asian nations, prioritising but not restricted to, India and Bangladesh. The Fellowship allows for any scholar to participate in the programme regardless of ethnicity or national origin.
How to Apply
Applications should be addressed to: The Fellowships Selection Committee, India Observatory, London School of Economics & Political Science, Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE, UK, and submitted by email as a Word or PDF document to India.Observatory@lse.ac.uk.
Applications should include:
- a cover letter of no more than one page
- a curriculum vitae of no more than three pages
- an outline of proposed research (including detailed methodology and time line) of no more than three pages
- and the names and addresses of two referees, familiar with their work, to be contacted by the Committee.
The final date for receipt of applications is Monday 23rd April 2018. Late applications will not be accepted. The successful candidate will be informed of the decision by the end of July 2018.
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