NEPS Newsletter, September 2015
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Job Vacancies

’Special call: Sanctions, Conflict and Democratization (PhD Scholarship)  at the department of political science at the Aarhus University, Denmark.
The PhD candidate will become part of a large research project (named CODE) which analyzes the interrelationship between democratization processes and violent domestic conflict (read more about this project). 
The project is headed by Professor Jørgen Møller and includes several international top scholars in Europe and the United States such as Kristian Gleditsch, Håvard Hegre, Kristine Höglund and Judith Kelley
Here to read more about the PhD call and the application procedure 
Note: there is also the call for the regular PhD positions (‘Autumn Call 2015’). 

Full time Research Fellow at the Institute for Economics and Peace

The Research Fellow will conduct research on topics related to the Global Peace Index, peace economics, development studies and peace and conflict studies. This includes writing, advanced statistical analysis, participation and leadership in the dissemination, communication, and presentation of IEP research findings. Ideal candidates will have a deep interest in peace and development issues, be open-minded to multidisciplinary approaches in the social sciences and be well-travelled.
Position description, here
More positions and email contacts, here

Newsletter, September 2015

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Call for Papers
16th Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference

The annual meeting of NEPS will take place at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, on 20th - 22nd June 2016.
All abstracts (150-250 words) with a tentative title must be submitted by 30th January 2016.
Here the complete call for papers. 
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