A Research-Friendly home at any stage of your career A Research-Friendly home at any stage of your career

The School of Economics offers a vibrant and research-friendly home to researchers at all stages of their careers. Junior researchers have the opportunity to develop independence and gain recognition in an environment that provides mentoring and encourages excellence and collaboration.  Access to world-leading researchers in our key strength areas is enhanced by exposure to frontier research via our seminar series.

The School of Economics invites expressions of interest for hosting research fellows under the following schemes.  The School may fund a research visit for the candidate in the writing stage of the fellowship application. For an expression of interest, please contact the Director of Research, Dr Emiliya Lazarova (E.Lazarova@uea.ac.uk), with a CV and a very brief description of your research interests.

Marie SKLODOWSKA-Curie Individual Fellowships Marie SKLODOWSKA-Curie Individual Fellowships

The School of Economics is keen to host Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellows, and is encouraging applications to the scheme. The Fellowship provides excellent financial compensation and research support for promising researchers, enabling them to move to an EU member state for 12-24 months.

The deadline for the next call is 14 September 2017.

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Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships

The School of Economics is offering matching funding under the Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships scheme for early career researchers who are looking to develop their careers in our key research areas; Applied Econometrics and Finance, Behavioural Economics, Economics of Conflict, Economic Theory and Industrial Economics

The deadline for this call has now passed. We anticipate that this call will re-open January 2018.

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