Below are opportunities to join us in the new research center (please see details of center on our preliminary website). The early career fellowships deadline is closed and the candidates are being shortlisted and so on. The PhD deadline has also closed for now but we will hopefully be able to issue another call, subject to funding. Anyone who wishes to come here as a PhD student or postdoc should contact email@example.com and attach their CV and also a cover letter or an email outlining their idea. As listed below, there are a number of external funding options and other positions will emerge depending on funding. Also, feel free to submit your CV if you are interested in part-time paid RA work. This emerges again on an occasional basis, depending on funding and is particularly suited for PhD students looking to supplement their income.
External funding options:
Early Career Fellowships: (THIS DEADLINE HAS NOW PASSED: INDIVIDUALS WHO WISH TO COME TO STIRLING AS A POSTDOC SHOULD FEEL FREE TO GET IN CONTACT ABOUT OTHER OPPORTUNITIES)
Stirling Management School (which includes Economics) is hiring again. These 2-year research positions offer the opportunity for outstanding early career researchers embarking upon an independent research career. The fellowships will provide a fixed-term, research only contract on a salary on the Grade 7 scale (£30,122 - £35,939) and a grant for research expenses of £5,000 per annum. The University of Stirling is offering 8 Postdoctoral Fellowships across its Academic Schools. Fellows will be assigned a senior mentor from their host Academic School who has an excellent personal record on research publication and external funding. Proposals are invited from high calibre early career researchers. Prior to submitting a proposal you are strongly encouraged to identify and approach a potential mentor within a School. All proposals MUST be accompanied by a letter of support from the relevant School. http://www.stir.ac.uk/schools/ The closing date is 19 July 2012. For more information on any project and the application process please see the link below. For those interested in behavioural economics and cognate areas, please contact Liam.Delaney@stir.ac.uk
Fully funded PhD fellowships: (THIS OPPORTUNITY IS NOW CLOSED: INDIVIDUALS WHO WISH TO COME TO STIRLING AS A PHD STUDENT SHOULD FEEL FREE TO GET IN CONTACT ABOUT OTHER OPPORTUNITIES)
The Economics Division in the Stirling Management School invites applications for full-time PhD studentships, to the value of £13,000 per annum, in research topics at the interface of economics and psychology. The PhD studentships will be housed in the Economics Division, and focus on frontier research topics including time preference, well-being and its determinants, and the health and well-being effects of unemployment. Successful applicants will have strong quantitative/analytic skills and a research interest in behavioural economics and psychology. Applicants should contact Professor Liam Delaney by email firstname.lastname@example.org, and should include a CV and a brief statement of their research interests.