- [Sweden] Doctoral Position in Labour Law at Lund University
- [Japan] United Nations University On-the-Job Research Capacity Building for Sustainable Agriculture in Developing Countries (OJCB)
- [Italy] PhD Scholarships Programme open to economists and lawyers at Erasmus Mundus (EDLE)
Doctoral Position in Labour Law at Lund University
The advertised doctoral position is partly financed by and integrated into a larger research programme, Regulating Markets and Labour – Nordic, European and Global Perspectives (ReMarkLab). The research programme ReMarkLab is led by Professor Niklas Bruun at the Faculty of Law at Stockholm University and Associate Professor Mia Rönnmar (intended main supervisor) is one of the members of the research programme.
The doctoral project and its subject shall be conducted and situated within the research programme, starting from the ongoing globalisation of the economy and the internationalisation of law itself. The content of labour law at national level is decided through a complex interplay between different actors (legislators, courts, social partners, multinational companies etc.) at different levels (national, regional and global), and the tension between labour law and economic law and the market is increasingly important.
United Nations University On-the-Job Research Capacity Building for Sustainable Agriculture in Developing Countries (OJCB)
UNU-ISP is pleased to announce that applications are now available for On-the-Job Research Capacity Building for Sustainable Agriculture in Developing Countries (OJCB). This programme is funded by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan, and coordinated by UNU-ISP.
Outline of the programme
UNU-ISP will support the capacity building programme planned and implemented by leading scientists, which mainly consists of on-the-Job training (OJT) for capacity building for young researchers in developing countries.
The purpose of this programme is to:
PhD Scholarships Programme open to economists and lawyers at Erasmus Mundus (EDLE)
The European Doctorate in Law and Economics (EDLE) is an excellence Ph.D. programme open to economists and lawyers of high promise preparing themselves for a career in academia or for responsible positions in government, research organizations, and international consulting groups. The EDLE educational project is carried out in a strong relationship with the research activities of the partners involved: the Department of Economics of the University of Bologna, the Institute of Law and Economics of the University of Hamburg, and the Rotterdam Institute of Law and Economics. The Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR) of Mumbai (India) cooperates with the programme by providing research opportunities to interested candidates.
The educational programme requires students to visit all three partner universities. In the first year, from October to May, students stay in Bologna where they attend courses in analytical and quantitative methods. From June to July, they stay in Hamburg, where they attend a 3-week intense Summer school held by international visiting scholars. In the second year, from October to March, students stay in Rotterdam, where they participate in dedicated workshops. Candidates who specialize in development law and economics may spend one or two semesters at the IGIDR in Mumbai. Research topics include all major fields of law and economics, with special emphasis on issues related to contracts, torts, intellectual property, competition, corporate governance, capital markets law, and behavioural law and economics.
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