Governance and Local Development Institute (GLD) Fellowships Program 2024 for GLD PhD Scholars Worldwide

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The application for 2024’s Fellowship Program is now open.

Deadline: October 31 2023.

About GLD

The Governance and Local Development Institute (GLD) is a research program based at the University of Gothenburg, originally founded in 2013 at Yale University by Professor Ellen Lust. GLD focuses on the local factors driving governance and development. The institute is dedicated to international collaboration and scientifically rigorous, policy-relevant research in an effort to promote human welfare globally. Findings are made available to the international and domestic communities through academic publications, policy briefs, public presentations, social media, and on-the-ground workshops in cooperation with local partners.    

Fellowship Program Overview

The GLD Fellowship Program is designed for academics and practitioners to engage in research on local factors driving governance and development. With the support of GLD and other fellows, we welcome our Fellowship candidates to join us for one calendar year. 

Who is eligible?

We are looking for scholars from around the world who hold a Ph.D. and are working on research related to the GLD mission, with a focus on governance and local development. Current Ph.D. students working in this field are also welcome to apply for this fellowship. 


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