EPIB is looking for research projects in various areas undertaken either by individual senior researchers, groups of researchers, or organizations.
We have a preference for research that includes quantitative analysis that moves beyond descriptive statistics (see the “How to prepare a good abstract” section for more details). Some of the topics are purely qualitative and will not require any quantitative analysis.
We encourage applicants from underprivileged sections to apply. We also encourage women to apply.
Please note that the backgrounds of the candidates listed under the topics are for masters’ students and PhD candidates only.
Along with the grant, every successful candidate will be provided with a minimum of three session of 45 minutes each to discuss the proposal in detail, clarify any doubts, and to hint at further resources.
Grant amount: 6.000 – 10.000 Euros (bank transfer costs will be covered by the successful candidate)
Project duration: 6-12 months
Deadline for Abstract: 30. April 2022
Decision about qualification for proposal round: 20. May 2022
Proposal deadline: 30. June 2022
Final decision: 15. August 2022
Documents required for Abstract submission:
Current affiliation (if any)
An Abstract of no more than 2,000 words. This abstract shall clearly state which topic you want to research on, which methods you will use (such as regression analysis or other methods for causal inference or which qualitative methods), which data your analysis will be based on (will you gather primary data? what will be your sample size?), and how this relates to existing literature (you should cite literature in your abstract, but the 2,000 words do not include the reference list).
For candidates affiliated with an institution: does your organisation support this application? (we will ask for a letter only if you qualify for the second round (the “proposal round”).
The amount you apply for (please note that we select candidates on a value-for-money basis)