LSE Asia Research Centre (ARC), established in 1997, builds on LSE’s long engagement with Asia, China and India in particular. The Centre is multi-disciplinary; its primary purpose is to conduct and support research on issues concerning Asia both in-house as well as across teaching and research units of the School.
About the Fellowship
LSE Asia Research Centre invites applicants for fellowship. The applicants should have experience of social science research on India and/or Bangladesh. The Fellow will be expected to engage in research examining the impact of people quality and behaviour on the economies of Asian nations, prioritising but not restricted to, India and Bangladesh. This Fellowship allows for any scholar to participate in the programme regardless of ethnicity or national origin. The Fellowship is supported by the Subir and Malini Chowdhury Foundation.
Applicants for the Fellowships should have completed a PhD – the Fellowships are not intended for students registered for a degree or diploma, nor are they intended for senior academics.
All Fellowships are based at the Asia Research Centre, LSE. Fellows receive a monthly subsistence allowance, the exact amount depending on qualifications.
Shared work space is provided together with access to research facilities at the School.
All Fellows will be expected to finish a piece of research of publishable quality during their stay and make a presentation at a seminar or lecture arranged by the Asia Research Centre.
Duration: 3 months