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Economics: ESRC Funded PhD Studentship: Economic Austerity, Civil Society and Wellbeing

Institution: Swansea University

Closing date: Monday, 30th May 2016

Swansea University, the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Wales Doctoral Training Centre (DTC) is offering a fully-funded PhD studentship to undertake research in the area of Economic Austerity, Civil Society and Wellbeing.

Swansea is part of the £7.0 million WISERD Research Centre funded by the ESRC. The centre, led by Cardiff University, involves academics from Swansea, Aberystwyth, Bangor, Glamorgan and a number of English universities. This scholarship supports a joint project involving collaboration under the supervision of Professor Philip Murphy (Swansea), Professor David Blackaby (Swansea), Professor Melanie Jones (Sheffield) and Professor Stephen Drinkwater (Roehampton). Support will also be provided by Cardiff University.

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