Fellowships/ Grants

 

The George C. Lamb Regulatory Fellows are hosted by Rethinking Regulation as part of a collaboration across the Kenan Institute for Ethics, Duke’s Trinity College of Arts & Sciences and the Fuqua School of Business. In addition to pursuing their own research, Lamb Fellows are expected to participate in Rethinking Regulation seminars and workshops, and to help shape a significant collaborative research project along with other members of the Rethinking Regulation community.

European University Institute Robert Schumen Center for Advanced Studies: Jean-Monnet Global Governance Fellowship.  Designed for junior scholars in economics, history, law, and political sciences, this fellowship is designed to support work on global governance issues (including international economic and financial regulation).  For more details, see the fellowship’s FAQ.

University of Wisconsin Law School: Institute for Legal Studies Law & Society  Postdoctoral Fellowship.  Year long fellowship for junior scholars working on the relationship between law and society.

Harvard Kennedy School Mossavar – Rahmani Center for Business and Government Fellows.  Fellowships for scholars working on the intersection of business and government.  Many of the current senior fellows work on regulatory issues.

Penn Program on Regulation’s Regulation Fellowship.  Designed for scholars interested in regulatory studies or administrative law, the Regulation Fellowship provides a year of funding for work at the University of Pennsylvania’s Law School.  For eligibility, scholars must have a JD or be working on a PhD and not yet have a tenure track teaching position in a law school.

Tobin Project Research Fellowships.  Fellowships supporting research in the Tobin Project’s core areas:  Government & Markets, National Security, Institutions of Democracy, and Economic Inequality.

NYU Pollack Center for Law & Business: Wagner Fellowship in Law & Business.  One year research fellowship for aspiring legal academics “with an interest in the social control of business institutions and the social responsibility of business.”