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Citizenship Canadian
Eligibility The Fellowship will allow a scholar to spend a maximum of six months as, in effect, a staff member of the Office of the Chief Economist*. The award is intended to provide the Fellow with direct experience in government; at the same time the Fellow brings new, external perspectives to bear on the research and analysis conducted by the Office in support of International Trade Canada’s various activities. Eligibility The Fellowship is open to Canadian citizens who have completed an M.A., M.Phil. or Ph.D. within the past five years or are at an advanced stage of doctoral research. The competition is open to scholars in the disciplines of Economics, Political Economy and Political Science with an international focus.
Value $3500
per month for a maximum of six months.
Currency Canadian
Tenable at Trade and Economic Analysis Division (EET) Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada Lester B. Pearson Bldg. 125 Sussex Dr.
Deadlines No deadlines available
Application Details Visit the Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada at http://www.international.gc.ca/economist-economiste/fellowship-bourse.aspx?lang=eng for details. Candidates should submit a detailed curriculum vitae, a complete set of transcripts, two letters of recommendation and a research proposal, and should indicate the number of months they would want to spend with the Office of the Chief Economist. The term of the Fellowship would normally begin in September and run approximately six months; alternative arrangements may be negotiated with the successful candidate. Applications should be sent by mail or fax to: Norman Robertson Fellowship Office of the Chief Economist International Trade Canada Lester B. Pearson Building 125 Sussex Drive Ottawa K1A 0G2 Facsimile (613) 944-0375 email: christine.o'connell@international.gc.ca Updated: February 6, 2012

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