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C-SEB research grants

Application deadline: October 31 2018

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The C-SEB regularly funds outstanding individuals and excellent collaborative research projects in the field of behavioral economics and social cognition. Three of these grant programs are available to members of the Faculty of Economics & Social Sciences and the Faculty of Human Sciences of the UoC. The application deadline for the next round is October 31st 2018.

Student Grant

In order to strengthen the link between research and teaching at the UoC and to provide masters students with an opportunity to gain experience in experimental research, C-SEB offers Student Grants of up to 1.500 € for conducting economic or psychological experiments that are connected to the master thesis. More information: http://c-seb.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/C-SEB-Student-Grant.pdf

Junior Start-Up Grant

To provide junior researchers at the Faculty of Management, Economics, and Social Sciences and at the Faculty of Human Sciences of the University of Cologne with an opportunity to pursue their own scientific ideas and to further motivate academic exchange among junior researchers, C-SEB invites applications for the Junior Start-Up Grants. These grants of up to 3.000 € are available for junior researchers with promising ideas for new scientific projects. More information: http://c-seb.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/C-SEB-Junior-Start-Up-Grant.pdf

Gender Research Grant

To initiate new research projects on gender related topics, such as gender inequality, gender production, and conceptualizations of masculinity and femininity, C-SEB invites applications for the Gender Research Grants. These grants of up to 4.000 € are available for researchers with promising ideas for new scientific projects approaching gender from a behavioral economics or social cognition perspective. More information: http://c-seb.de/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/C-SEB-Gender-Research-Grant.pdf

More information about C-SEB grants

Contact: Dr. Dominic Akyel, c-seb(at)uni-koeln.de