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CHASM International Visiting Research Fellowship Scheme 2019

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Lee Gregory <[log in to unmask]>

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Lee Gregory <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 8 Nov 2018 14:29:09 +0000

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CHASM completed a very successful 2018 International Research Fellows scheme in which we hosted 3 fellows (see here for details https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/social-policy/chasm/people/international-fellows-scheme.aspx) 

We are very pleased to announce we are calling for applications for the 2019 International Visiting Research Fellowship scheme.

Applications for this position(s) is sought from any interested party not based in the UK to visit and work with CHASM members. 
Fellowship duties

The successful applicant(s) will be expected to spend at least 2 weeks present in Birmingham, UK. before the end of September 2019. Subsequent joint research work may however, be expected to continue to be undertaken beyond this point. 

Access to a work area, computer and to the internet will be provided to the successful candidates during their stay.

Successful applicants will be expected to: 

1. present a research seminar on a relevant area of their current work during their visit to the Centre as part of the regular CHASM research series or participate as a speaker in one of CHASM’s regularly organised events (see https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/social-policy/chasm/events/index.aspx for examples of recent events).
2. to write a brief on an area of your expertise of interest to CHASM mailing list for publication under the CHASM banner (see https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/social-policy/chasm/publications/briefing-papers.aspx for examples of previous briefings). 

3. to undertake research with one (or more) of CHASM’s core members. This work should lead to at least one high quality academic output within 12 months of the completion of the visit, and other outputs that may be applicable to create significant impact from the results of the joint research.

Funding

The successful applicant(s) will receive a share of up to GBP5,000 to cover (economy) airfare, accommodation etc. costs incurred for the duration of their visit to CHASM (within the normal rules for the reimbursement of expenses at the University of Birmingham – see https://intranet.birmingham.ac.uk/finance/payroll/Expenses.aspx or seek clarification as detailed below). Only directly incurred and fully receipted costs can be reimbursed. Please note that, we are sorry but no stipend or subsistence is payable under this scheme.

Selection

Selection is based on the applicant's CV and joint research proposal and on their ability to contribute to CHASM’s current key areas of interest and activity (see http://www.bham.ac.uk/chasm). More than one fellowship may be offered if more than one strong application is received. 
For 2019 we would particularly welcome applications to work with us in any of the following areas (although offers to work in any related area of interest is welcomed): 

Financial inclusion
Savings policy development
Housing and financial wellbeing
Financial education and capability development
Financial capability and later life
Moral economy
Tax and social policy
Wealth taxation 
Philanthropy and public policy
Responsible lending and borrowing
Applications are welcome from academics and others who have a track record of engaging with academic research.

Application

To apply, applicants must send by email:

1. A letter of application, indicating the area they wish to research under the Fellowship and anticipated publication(s), who and how they will collaborate with CHASM academic(s), and their agreed timing to undertake the Fellowship. (Applicants may wish to contact CHASM members they would like to work with in advance of applying to seek their support)

2. A current curriculum vitae that includes at least your full name, current position, institution and full research/publications record.

3. A brief research proposal detailing work to be undertaken and target outputs (academic and other if applicable) and practical impacts that could be expected from the work (one page maximum will be sufficient).
4. Outline budget for the trip proposed (confirmation of the proposed budget will be sought before award is confirmed).

Deadline for applications is 30th November 2018. 

We would expect to notify successful applicants no later than 31st January 2019.

All applications should be made by email to Helen Harris ([log in to unmask])

For any further details please contact CHASM Director, Prof. Andy Lymer at [log in to unmask] 

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