Closing date for applications: 28 February 2014
EABC-ANUCES Fellowship flyer (.pdf): EABC-ANUCES Fellowship
The European Australian Business Council (EABC) is one of the most active and high profile peak business organisations in Australia. The EABC promotes a forum for business leaders to engage in high-level dialogue on economic and public policy issues with Australian and European political leaders, officials, diplomats and business delegations. The EABC-ANUCES Visiting Fellowship is a collaboration between the EABC and the Australian National University to develop and communicate research on trade investment and regulatory policy issues between Australia and the European Union.
The EABC-ANUCES Fellowship Program is specifically aimed at supporting and hosting local and international scholars wishing to undertake research at the Australian National University.
The EABC-ANUCES Visiting Fellowship supports research that is broadly relevant to EU-Australia trade and economic relations. Potential areas of research may include: trade in goods and services, the political economy of tariffs, the impact and options for dealing with non-tariff barriers, the possible use of mutual recognition as a mechanism for countering the restrictive impact of regulatory divergences between Australia and the EU and its member countries, and investment and public procurement issues. The research may contribute to current debates about the use of free trade agreements by both the EU and Australia and the prospects for such an agreement between them. Other, related areas of research will also be considered.
For further information on the fellowship, including the conditions of the fellowship, please see: http://ces.anu.edu.au/eabc-anuces-fellowship-program