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CERGE-EI regional research competition in social sciences

CERGE-EI, with financial support from the Global Development Network, is holding a research competition focusing on the social sciences. Economists, demographers, political scientists, sociologists and other social scientists are invited to take part.

CERGE-EI, with financial support from the Global Development Network, is holding a research competition focusing on the social sciences. Economists, demographers, political scientists, sociologists and other social scientists are invited to take part.

Priority topics for the competition are: enterprise development and behaviour; labour markets; globalisation; the reform process; and education. Participants must be citizens of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia or Slovenia. Applications can be submitted by individuals or research teams. All successful candidates must be willing to present their research results at a seminar in Prague. Work of a commercial character or previously published results will be excluded from the competition. Deadline for applications: 1 July 2008. Applications to, or more information from: CERGE-EI, P.O.Box 882, Politickych veznu 7, 111 21 Praha 1. E-mail: research.competition@cerge-ei.cz, tel. 00420 224 005 123.
Source: SAIA

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