With a new generous donation, a research fund has been established dedicated to innovative research on issues of contemporary academic and policy-relevant significance within the social sciences on Cyprus. We would like to record our sincere gratitude to the A.G. Leventis Foundation for their generosity and support in the Hellenic Observatory’s mission.
Since 2019, the programme has been inviting the submission of project proposals with the purpose of developing and supporting high-quality academic and policy-related research and publications within the social sciences on Cyprus on an annual basis. The programme has also created opportunities fostering co-operation between the relevant academic communities of Cyprus and the UK and beyond.
To achieve a diversity and breadth of topics and to gain from the highest level of academic support, expertise and standards a Research Advisory Group has been established comprising of senior academic colleagues (LSE & non-LSE). As such, the purpose of the Research Advisory Group is to (1) suggest topical themes for the research calls, (2) to offer advice in the selection process by reviewing submitted research proposals (3) to peer review the final research reports.
See tab below for more information on the 2019 & 2020 Research Projects.
See tab below for information about the Research Advisory Group members.
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Professor of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Social Sciences, Cultural Anthropology, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Nicosia
Associate Professor in Post-Conflict Reconstruction in the School of Government and International Affairs, Durham University
Associate Professor, University of Cyprus, Department of Social and Political Sciences
Professor of International Conflict Analysis, University of Kent
Department of Social and Political Sciences, University of Cyprus
Sir Christopher Pissarides
Regius Professor of Economics, LSE