Bourse OCDE Thomas J. Alexander Fellowship -OCDE

The Fellowship encourages work on emerging economies whether by region or country specific but always taking an international approach and looking at the bigger picture of how research in one area could be applicable elsewhere.

The Fellowship supports quantitative research on policy relevant topics. It does not support purely theoretical research or technical work. 

When can I apply?

The Fellowship typically holds two calls for proposal per year, one in the fall which opens around mid-October closing in mid-December and one in the spring which opens in mid-March and closes at the end of May. Interested candidates must apply during these calls through the OECD jobs page

Who is eligible to apply?

There is no “choice candidate” for the Fellowship in terms of background, experience or origin. The selected candidates should present an innovative research project which puts to use OECD data and knowledge base from PISA, PIAAC and/or TALIS. The Fellowship has to date recruited fellows from public and private research institutes and universities with backgrounds in economics, psychology, sociology and statistics but remains open to welcoming a variety of fellows at any stage of their career. To date the fellowship has welcomed a wide range of researchers in terms of experience from senior analysts to doctoral candidates.

There are no limitations for the Fellowship concerning candidates from non-OECD member countries and the OECD will assist with any necessary visa procedures for the fellow and his or her dependants provided sufficient time is given to arrange this process.

Deadline 14 mai 2018

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