Calling all economics graduates. The UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources is now offering two fully-funded (conditions apply) PhD studentships to begin in September 2014 to outstanding economics graduates, with the overall objective of adapting or constructing a global and UK macroeconomic model in order to be able to compare trajectories of ‘brown’ and ‘green’ economic growth at the national level, regionally and globally. The successful applicant will join the UCL ISR’s Sustainable Use of Resources and the Environment (SURE) Doctoral Training Programme, interacting with a range of other doctoral students and a prospective modelling group.
Funding: Stipend £15,863 per year + UK/EU fee waiver + research budget
Start date: September 2014 (duration 48 months)
Deadline: Thursday 28 February 2014, 12PM (GMT)
Eligibility: studentship is open to UK/EU/overseas applicants
For more information on the project, funding and how to apply, visit our website at http://www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/sustainable/programmes/sure_dtp/open-projects