I am pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the George Washington University Summer Doctoral Institute for Research and Study on Institutions and Development, sponsored by George Washington University and the GW Center for International Business & Education Research (CIBER).
From June 2 to August 4, 2008, approximately ten doctoral students will be selected to participate in this summer doctoral program. Doctoral students will spend their summer conducting research in the nation’s capital, home to many of the world’s most influential institutions. This cross-disciplinary program will facilitate research related to institutions and development from the perspective of a broad range of social sciences.
Scholars selected for the Summer 2008 program will:
· Work with a specialist in their chosen field.
· Form a community of scholars with intersecting interests.
· Gain access to resources found only in Washington, DC.
· Participate in research seminars and brown bag lunches.
· Submit their work to be published in a top journal in their field.
This program is open to doctoral students in any discipline with an interest in the theme of institutions and development. Please pass the details of this program on to doctoral students in your organization that have a research interest in this topic. The application deadline is January 4, 2008 and applications can be downloaded from the web site:
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