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ARC Visiting Fellowships

ARC visiting fellowships are available for individuals outside the School wishing to undertake research on a full-time basis on a project which spans more than one social science.

ARC Visiting Fellowship

The goal of the Visiting Fellowship is to develop early stage career researchers (pre-major review) working in an interdisciplinary fashion in the social sciences. The duration of an ARC visiting fellowship can be from one month to one year and can be renewed up to three years in total. The position of ARC Visiting Fellowship is normally open to those who have obtained a PhD degree. Resident Visitors are required to pay bench fees of £10,000 per academic year (pro-rata for shorter periods). Adjustments to this are allowed only on a needs basis.

ARC Visiting Senior Fellowship

The Visiting Senior Fellowship category is aimed at academics who are of the Lecturer (post major review), Senior Lecturer or Reader level, and practitioners or professionals at a broadly comparable level as well. The duration can be from one month to one year and can be renewed up to three years in total. The position of ARC Senior Visiting Fellowship is normally open to those who have obtained a PhD degree. Resident Visitors are required to pay bench fees of £10,000 per academic year (pro-rata for shorter terms). Adjustments to this are allowed only on an needs basis.

Applications

Fellowship applications received by the ARC are recommended once per term on a competitive basis. These are without remuneration; however, the ARC is able to provide limited desk space. Applicants should be nominated by their home department of the university where they are affiliated.

Initial inquiries should be emailed to the ARC Centre Manager|, and should include a curriculum vitae of no more than three pages and an outline of proposed research of no more than three pages. Candidates are also encouraged to suggest relevant LSE academics whose work is of interest and relates to their own work. Please specify your preferred period of affiliation in your application as resident appointments are subject to availability.

Previous ARC Visiting Fellows

2014-15

2013-14

2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

2009-10

  • Dr Mutsumi Hirano, Visiting Fellow

2008-09    

2007-08  

2006-07    

2005-06    

  • Dr Rumi Aijaz, Observer Research Foundation, India  
  • Dr. Se-Hyun Ahn, R. Korea  
  • Professor Yulei Rao, Professor of Finance, Central South University, PR China  
  • Dr Zhenlong Zheng, Professor of Finance, Xiamen University, PR China  
  • Dr Bi-yu Chang, SOAS  
  • Ms Linda Lin-Chiao Wang, Taiwan  
  • Professor Mu Qiao, Director of International Communication Studies, Beijing Foreign Studies University, PR China  
  • Professor Chengyao Lei, People's Republic of China  
  • Professor Jianbo Chen, People's Republic of China  
  • Dr Gerald Tan, Emeritus Professor, Flinders Asia Centre, Flinders University, Australia  
  • Professor Yeon-Myung Kim, Republic of Korea  

2004    

  • Professor James Cotton, Australia  
  • Dr Shu-hsien Chang, Taiwan  
  • Professor Jiang Ping, Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, Dalian, People's Republic of China  
  • Dr Jinmin Wang, Zhejiang University, People's Republic of China  
  • Professor Mushtaq Mirani , Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Jamshoro, Pakistan  

2003    

  • Dr Liselotte Odgaard    
  • Dr Teresa Tadem    
  • Mr Masaaki Tonedachi    

2002-03    

  • Dr Maneesha Tikekar    

2000-02    

  • Professor Harry Gelber, University of Tasmania and Boston University  
  • Dr GuoYan, Peking University, Peking  

2000-01    

  • Dr Elaine Elliott, Australian National University  

1998-99    

  • Professor Maurice Meisner, LSE Visiting Centennial Professor  

Before 1999    

  • Dr Jean Dreze, Delhi School of Economics  
  • Dr Panitan Wattanayagorn, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok
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