PhD Research Fellowship in International Financial Market Regulation at University of Oslo, Norway

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A four or three year post as PhD Research Fellow is available at the University of Oslo, Faculty of Law, Department of Private Law . The Faculty of Law is the leading and larger educational and research institution in law in Norway, with some 90 PhD students. Applicants are asked to submit a proposal of 5-10 pages outlining the research issues the applicant would wish to pursue in a PhD dissertation, within the range of topics determined by the project on ’International Financial Market Regulation: Institutions and Effectiveness’ and comment upon issues of theory and method. The Research Fellowship is for a period of up to four years, with teaching constituting 25% of the workload. Alternatively it is for three years without any teaching duties.

•Applicants must hold a degree at Master’s level, or equivalent, in law or relevant social sciences showing suitability for research and demonstrate interest in the field of financial market regulation. •The candidate’s grades, the project description, and the applicant’s personal qualifications will be taken into consideration in the evaluation of the applications. Applicants may be called for an interview.

Deadline: 2011-10-03

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