I’m very interested in how the past is used within organizations. I was, therefore, very encouraged to learn of ongoing research on a parallel topic, the uses of the past in international economic relations. I’m referring to a new HERA-funded project Uses of the Past in International Economic Relations (UPIER). UPIER is a joint research programme between the Universities of Glasgow, Geneva, Madrid and Uppsala. As part of this project, there will be a two year Post-Doctoral Research post at the University of Glasgow. Full details are here. To support the HERA-funded project Uses of the Past in International Economic Relations (UPIER). UPIER is a joint research programme with partners in Geneva, Madrid and Uppsala, which seeks to understand how policy-makers and market participants constructed and used the past to respond to economic and financial crises. Full details are here.
It’s an EU-funded post but based on the pronouncements by the UK Treasury, applicants won’t have to worry about the job vanishing once Article 50 is invoked.
If you are interested send an email to Professor Catherine Schenk (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Deadline 15 November 2016.