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August 15, 2008

Lincoln Institute China Program International Fellowship

Wanted: Proposals addressing China's land market development, planning, local public finance and property taxation, and urban development and the poor.

Award: Funding for each approved project is between $25,000 and $30,000.

Deadling: September 15, 2008

Status: Open

Program on the People's Republic of China International Fellowship

As China continues its rapid development and urbanization, land policy and taxation issues are at the forefront of public policy debate.

The Lincolns Institute's China Program invites proposals addressing China's land market development, planning, local public finances and property taxation, and urban development and the poor.

Projects may address these issues through theoretical work and/or specific investigations. Empirical studies are highly encouraged.

Award & Eligibility

The Institute particularly invites proposals from scholars based outside of the People's Republic of China, as the China Program has a separate fellowship program for China's domestic scholars. However, successful projects in the past have often been conducted by teams of scholars from international institutions and Chinese universitites.

Funding for each approved project is between $25,000 and $30,000.

Deadline: September 15, 2008

China Program International Fellowship applications in electronic format are due September 15, 2008.

Application Guidelines

Please download the complete Application Guidelines for the China Program International Fellowship.

Formatting

The electronic version of the entire application must be written in English using Microsoft Word. Format the application with margins for copying on 8.5 x 11-inch (letter-size) paper. Use page breaks for each separate section.

Submission

You must submit an electronic version of your application to jwhitehead@lincolninst.edu by September 15, 2008.

See Application Guidelines for more information.

Posted by moyera at August 15, 2008 10:42 AM