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Job opening: PhD Regulating Socio-Technical Change 2021

Published: 15th December 2020 Last updated: 15th December 2020

Tilburg Graduate Law School is looking for an ambitious PhD researcher for the signature plan Regulating Socio-Technical Change. This is one of four PhD vacancies at Tilburg Law School; the other vacancies are for the signature plans Global Law & Governance (online mid-December), Connecting Organizations, and Subversive Crime.

Job description

The research mission of Tilburg Law School (TLS) is to understand and improve the role of law in tackling societal problems now and in the future, particularly those connected with globalization and rapid economic, social, cultural and technological change. The research of Tilburg Law School is conducted in an organization that fosters diversity. Internationalization and interdisciplinarity have become core characteristics of Tilburg Law School's research. The TLS-research is organized in four signature plans: Connecting Organizations, Global Law & Governance, Regulating Socio-Technical Change, and Subversive Crime.

Candidates interested in applying for the funded PhD position should send the following documents:
(a) a one page outline of their project proposal;
(b) a curriculum vitae;
(c) names of potential supervisors for the PhD project.

These documents should be sent to  by 31 January 2021.

Candidates will be advised shortly thereafter whether their preliminary application has the support of members of the Signature Plan. Candidates who are successful at this stage will be invited to write a full application for the selection procedure, which has a deadline of 29 March 2021.

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