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Call for Applications for the EWRC 2017 Master Class

Friday, 28 April 2017 10:27

The Master Class will enable 30 PhD students and early-career researchers to be selected and have the chance to participate in the 5th edition of this Master Class to be held between 8 and 12 October 2017.

 

The Master Class is a unique format to connect young researchers and will include presentations of papers by the participants as well as lectures and panel debates with policy makers, EU officials and senior academics to improve understanding of and research on EU Cohesion Policy.The EWRC is the biggest event world-wide on regional and urban development.

 

Applications must be accompanied by abstracts of papers to be developed on one of these themes:

1) Resilient regions and cities: What local and regional strategies have proved successful in addressing the economic crisis and providing resilience? What lessons have regional and local authorities learned from the crisis and how has EU Cohesion Policy contributed to these lessons?

2) Governance of regional local development: How does EU Cohesion Policy influence “good governance” and innovation in the public sector?

3) Sharing knowledge across borders: How does EU Cohesion Policy facilitate learning between regions and cities and what are future directions in this respect?

 

Interested PhD students and early career researchers are requested to submit applications by the deadline of 9 May 2017, 3pm BST.

 

Please note that the organisers will cover travel and accommodation expenses of all participants.

 

More info:  http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/regions-and-cities/2017/index.cfm

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