The official call for applications for admissions to the 2019/20 academic year is now closed. It was released on the 14th of March 2019 and it expired on the 16th of April 2019. The next call, valid for entry in academic year 2020/2021, will be released in March 2020.
Candidates can find the links to the (expired) call and info on how to submit their application in the section “How to Apply”.
Similarly, the call for Expressions of Interest is also closed. It will open in January 2020. When it will open, potential candidates will be invited to submit their expression of interest in line with the guidelines described below.
The following material must be sent to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org:
- This completed form;
- An updated Curriculum Vitae;
- At least two letters of reference (please ask your referees to send the letters directly to email@example.com);
- A brief research proposal (3/5 pages) that (broadly) falls within one of the following research themes. The proposal should contain the research question, the state of the literature and the methodology the candidate intends to apply.
- Labour economics
- Economics of development and migration
- Family economics and gender discrimination
- Economics of science and innovation
- Technological change, total factor productivity and competitive advantage
- Monetary policy
- Applied monetary policy and macroeconometrics
- Industrial economics
- Game theory
- Asset pricing models and portfolio choice models
- Local public services and optimal taxation
- Economics of crime and corruption
- Cognitive economics, experiments and agent based simulation for theory and policy
- Models of decision making under ambiguity
- Advances in corporate finance
- Voting theory and political economy
Important note: this “expression of interest” does not substitute the official application, which will have to be sent in due time. The submission of the official application remains the only way for being considered by the selection committee.