The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics www.beijer.kva.se is announcing a new round of the Mäler Scholar competition. The institute is an international center of excellence at the interface of ecology and economics. It is based in the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden and has a small staff of researchers who work on a variety of ecological-economics issues.
The scholarship is intended for early-career researchers in environmental economics from developing regions of the world who already have a PhD or are currently enrolled in a PhD program and will finish within 1-2 years. Preference is given to researchers affiliated with EfD centers and the four regional environmental economics networks—CEEPA, EEPSEA, LACEEP, and SANDEE. Others are welcome to apply. Deadline for applications is October 30.
The scholarship allows researchers to spend up to 6 months at the institute developing new projects in collaboration with Beijer researchers. It covers travel costs to and from Stockholm and provides a monthly allowance for lodging and meals. The research focus of the applicant during the stay should relate closely to at least one of the Beijer Institute’s research programs (http://www.beijer.kva.se/sida.php?id=31). We particularly encourage applicants willing to use empirical methods to study and quantify linkages between ecosystem dynamics like regime shifts and economics in their home countries.
The institute is now accepting applications from researchers who are interested in spending up to 6 months at the institute during January 2016– June 2016 or August 2016 – December 2016. Applicants should e-mail a document containing the following information to Christina Leijonhufvud (Beijer administrator; email@example.com) by October 30, 2015:
For information on past recipients see here