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Applications Open for Federal Scholar in Residence Program at Eurac Research Institute for Comparative Federalism

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Do you work in a field related to comparative federalism, regionalism or intergovernmental relations? Are you interested in multi-level government? Then enter the competition for the opportunity to undergo a three-week research stay at Eurac Research in Bolzano/Bozen, South Tyrol – Italy!

Hand in a paper (yet to be published or currently under review) on comparative federalismregionalism or intergovernmental relations in English, German, Italian, French or Spanish by 1 July 2018.

Send the following documents to

  • an abstract in English
  • an anonymized full-fledged paper in English, German, Italian, French, or Spanish
  • please state ‘I hereby confirm that the submitted work “TITLE” has not (yet) been published elsewhere’ in the paper
  • a short CV including the declaration ‘I authorize Eurac Research to use my personal data in accordance to decree 196/2003’
  • letter of motivation (maximum of 2 pages)


  • research stay of up to three weeks
  • travel costs
  • accommodation in Bolzano/Bozen
  • the chance to meet and discuss one’s own research with experts in comparative federalism and regionalism
  • the chance to develop project ideas and plan a common project with the researchers of the Institute for Comparative Federalism
  • the chance to publish your work in book series/edited volumes and online journals the Institute has or is partner of

For more information about how to apply, click here.

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This entry was posted on April 17, 2018 by in Call for Applications, Comparative law, federalism, Uncategorized.
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