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2012年5月25日星期五

荷兰 Leiden 大学东亚研究中心3个全薪博士生和1个讲师职位 中国经济的稳定和不稳因素研究

欧洲研究委员会 ERC 资助项目,3个全薪博士生和1个讲师职位。荷兰的博士生是4年,全薪教职员待遇,优于美国的全奖博士生待遇,不需要再额外申请奖学金等资助,所以叫做"职位"。

研究方向:中国经济的稳定和不稳因素,主要是土地,发展和房地产方面。

Leiden 莱顿大学是荷兰最古老的大学,也是最有名的文理综合大学之一,具有悠久的汉学和中国问题研究历史,其区域研究所和东亚研究中心在汉学和中国问题研究领域世界知名。

1875年     荷兰     莱顿大学     1890年由著名汉学家考狄所创立的《通报》成为西方第一份汉学的专业刊物
http://zh.wikipedia.org/zh/%E6%B1%89%E5%AD%A6#.E4.B8.9C.E4.BA.9A.E6.B1.89.E5.AD.A6

From: MEARC <info@mearc.eu>
Date: Fri, May 25, 2012 at 12:30 PM
Subject: New positions for PhD researcher and lecturer/project coordinator available at LIAS
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Modern East Asia Research Centre (MEARC)
New positions available at LIAS

Starting next academic year the Leiden Institute for Area Studies (LIAS) has available 3 full-time four-year Ph.D. positions and one position for a lecturer/project coordinator in an ERC-funded project on economic stability and instability in China with particular reference to land, development and real estate.

Leiden Institute for Area Studies (LIAS) is committed to the integration of disciplinary and regional-historical perspectives. LIAS has as its aim the advancement of teaching and research of Area Studies at Leiden University and in the wider academic community. LIAS comprises the Schools of Asian Studies (SAS) and Middle Eastern Studies (SMES). Area specializations in SAS include Chinese, Japanese, Korean, South & Southeast Asian and Tibetan Studies. LIAS staff have disciplinary expertise across the humanities and the social sciences.

Starting next academic year the Leiden Institute for Area Studies (LIAS) has available 3 full-time four-year Ph.D. positions (starting 1 January 2013) and one position for a lecturer/project coordinator (starting 1 September 2012) in an ERC-funded project on economic stability and instability in China with particular reference to land, development and real estate. The project is hosted on behalf of LIAS by the Modern East Asia Research Centre (MEARC). MEARC is based in LIAS. Its mission is to support, showcase, and stimulate inter-disciplinary and inter-faculty research on modern East Asia at Leiden University. MEARC Co-Director Prof. Dr. Peter Ho has a Starting Grant for Consolidators from the European Research Council (ERC), for a project on the much-debated question of China's economic stability from the perspective of land and real estate. The PhD candidates and lecturer/project coordinator will join the research team for the ERC project. For more info see http://www.mearc.eu/hointro.html.

Please send your application electronically indicating the vacancy number (see following pdf documents) before the deadline of Wednesday 20 June 2012 to: vacatureslias@hum.leidenuniv.nl. Interviews are planned to take place in the last week of June and/or the first week of July 2012. 

For more information, please refer to the following documents in pdf: 3 Ph.D. positions and position for a lecturer/project leader.
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