The Dame DeAnne Julius Senior Academy Fellowships in International Economics are designed for established thought leaders, researchers and policymakers from around the world to make a strong contribution to the field of international economics and economic policy.
Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, is a world-renowned independent policy institute. Based in London, our mission is to help build a sustainably secure, prosperous and just world. The Queen Elizabeth II Academy for Leadership in International Affairs was formally launched by the patron of Chatham House, Her Majesty The Queen, on 18 November 2014. It offers potential leaders from around the world the opportunity to get involved and contribute to the work which Chatham House does.
The fellowships are open to all nationalities.
At a minimum, the applicant must have completed a Masters Degree in Economics, international political economy or related subjects, or have equivalent research experience. A PhD is preferred.
The fellowships are intended to attract candidates from academia, NGOs, business, government or the media who can demonstrate a strong track record of publications and/or other evidence of their contributions to the field of international economics especially as they relate to questions of global governance.
Fellowships are for a period of two months (flexible start and end dates). Fellows will be based at Chatham House in central London for the duration.
Contract type: Visiting Researcher (2 months, full-time fellowship)
Stipend: £5,000 per month subject to UK tax and other statutory deductions
Location: Chatham House, London
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