New Zealand Institute for the Study of Competition and Regulation
The New Zealand Institute for the Study of Competition and Regulation invites expressions of interest for our Dr S.T. Lee Fellowship for 2013 and subsequent years. This Fellowship is available annually and is designed to support a visiting researcher in working on a project or projects of interest to ISCR.
S.T. Lee Fellowship Applications for 2013
DESCRIPTION: The expected Fellowship tenure will be one to three months duration, although longer stays may be possible. During that time, the Fellow will undertake research and contribute to the activities of ISCR. Our hope is to encourage co-authoring of work between local ISCR researchers and the fellowship recipient.
The Fellowship covers all reasonable expenses up to a maximum of NZD20,000.
Funding of the ST Lee Fellowship is made possible by the generosity of Singapore businessman and philanthropist Dr. Lee Seng Tee. For more information about Dr ST Lee, please see: http://www.iscr.org.nz/n30,50.html)
TOPICS: The NZISCR is particularly keen for applicants whose work covers the area of energy economics. We have a number of topics in this area which we are interested in pursuing, not limited to: resiliency of networks, optimal ownership structures for lines companies, and customer migration patterns.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications to: email@example.com. In email header put "ST Lee Fellowship 2013 application."