The European University Institute, through the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, invites applications for the global governance fellowships. These allow postdoctoral research for one to two academic years. Preference is given to proposals within the following domains:
•international trade observatory;
•modes of global governance.
Up to 10 fellowships are available each year, two of which are awarded to candidates working on European comparative politics or European comparative history as Vincent Wright fellowships. Fellows work on a selected topic and are expected to participate actively in the research activities of the Centre. The research done during the fellowship should lead to publication. Fellowships are open to candidates who defended their PhD no more than seven years before 31 July of the year of application. There are no restrictions on nationality. The fellowship carries a monthly stipend of €2,000, plus up to €300 per month if the fellow has a cohabiting partner and €200 per month for each dependent child. Fellows, but not their families, receive one return trip from their home town to Florence, worth up to €1,200 for return travel.
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