The Institute of Public Goods and Policies (IPP) of the CSIC is calling for applications of its 2017 Short-Term Visiting Fellows Program

INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC GOODS AND POLICIES (CSIC- IPP), MADRID, SPAIN

2017 SHORT-TERM VISITING FELLOWS PROGRAM

                                                                                

The Institute of Public Goods and Policies of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC-IPP) is calling for applications of its 2017 Short-Term Visiting Fellows Program.

  First round Second round

Applications

Open until 31/1/2017 Open until 30/6/2017
Acceptance By 15/2/2017 By 15/7/2017
Visits

  Between 1/3/2017 and 31/7/2017

   Between 1/8/2017 and 31/12/2017

The program aims to facilitate and promote international collaboration and co-authorship of IPP researchers with researchers affiliated with non-Spanish universities or research institutions.

It is a condition that applicants should be already collaborating or willing to collaborate with IPP researchers on research projects and drafting joint papers related to one or more of the active research lines of the Institute. Preference will be given to visiting researchers with a permanent position and/or a PhD in non-Spanish universities or research institutions.

IPP researchers focus on the analysis of public goods in the broad sense (environment, science and innovation, education, social welfare, etc.) and the design and implementation of related public policies using economic, policy, sociological and scientometric research approaches (http://www.ipp.csic.es/en/ipp).  

The fellowship offers office space with IT services; access to the library; and travel and accommodation expenses in Madrid during the time of the visit. Visits should preferably last between two and six weeks, subject to negotiation. Basic support would include: a) A living allowance not exceeding € 3 000 per month. b) Travel expenses (up to € 1 000).

Applications should be submitted directly to Direccion.IPP [at] csic.es and include a CV of the applicant; the acceptance of the IPP researcher(s) the candidate is expecting to work with; a short outline of the research to be carried out (max. 500 words); the proposed date of arrival; and the length of the visit. Evaluation of proposals and candidates will be based on their merits and the contribution to the IPP research agenda. Priority will be given to candidates who have not benefited from the program before.

 

Disclaimer: This call is made in accordance to Spanish Administrative Law, and is subject to regulations and decisions made by Spanish Authorities.

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