There is a fully-funded 3 year PhD scholarship available in Stirling to work with the Behavioural Science Centre. The deadline is 17th February 2014. Summary below:
This studentship provides an outstanding opportunity to conduct some ground-breaking research applying a Behavioural Economics and Behavioural Science approach to the field of Human Resource Management. The full time studentship covers Home/EU fees plus an annual stipend of £15,000 for a maximum of 3 years.
It is appreciated that initially the student will not have knowledge of both Behavioural Economics and Human Resource Management, so a high level of training will be offered. The exact title of the PhD is open to discussion, and may include PhD Economics, Behavioural Science, Management, or another title that accurate describes the work. Given this, the PhD should contribute to the development of rigorous and useful theory and knowledge in the broad area of work and employment.