for Applications for PhD Position in Indian Studies at
the Department of International Economics and Management,
Copenhagen Business School.
PhD position in Indian
The Asia Research Centre at the Department of International
Economics and Management seeks a highly motivated and
accomplished postgraduate student to pursue a PhD in
Indian Studies. CBS offers generous scholarships and
accepts only top applicants. The student must be trained
in the social sciences, preferably with an interdisciplinary
background within political economy, economics, development
studies, political science, economic sociology, and
business studies. Students interested in studying Indian
economy, development, business, and technology in the
larger contexts of global political economy and national
development are encouraged to apply.
Please visit the centerís and departmentís profile at
and please consult the general information on the PhD
Closing date: January
Only after consulting the relevant CBS websites and
only if there are specific questions on the position,
you may contact Professor Anthony DíCosta at the e-mail
To be awarded the scholarship, one must be enrolled
as a PhD student. To be considered for enrolment, the
candidate should have a basic training at the Masters
level, and must be fluent in Danish and/or English.
Enrolment in the PhD programme furthermore depends on
the acceptance of the application, which must include
a short project description, usually prepared in co-operation
with the Center. This research proposal should contain
a presentation of the intended research question, including
the theory and methodology expected to be used.
In addition to the research proposal, the application
must include a completed compulsory form, copies of
a Masterís degree certificate or other certificates
of a corresponding level, brief curriculum vitae (CV),
a list of papers and publications, and one copy of a
selected written work (e.g. Master's thesis).
All parts of the application must be submitted in four
copies, except the selected written work, which may
be submitted in only one copy. Electronic submissions
are not accepted.
A PhD scholarship runs for a period of 3 years, and
includes teaching obligations equivalent of ½
yearís work (840 work hours).
The scholarship includes the waiving of tuition, office
space, travel grants plus a salary, currently starting
with per month app. DKK 24,118 up to DKK 29,125 depending
on seniority plus pension contributions totalling 17.1
% on 80 per cent of the base salary. The salary level
and appointment is determined by the Ministry of Finance's
collective agreement with the Central Academic Organisation.
A committee of experts in the field in question will
assess the applications. The assessment of the applicants
will be based on the quality and relevance of the project,
including an evaluation of the applicantís ability to
accomplish it. Following this assessment, the management
of the department will select the winner of the scholarship.
Please find compulsory application form, guidelines
and further information on scholarships and the Doctoral
The application must be submitted to:
Copenhagen Business School
Department of International Economics and Management
Marked "PhD Ė 33-3359"
received by e-mail or discs will not be taken into consideration.
All interested researchers irrespective of age, sex,
race, religion, or nationality are invited to apply
for the position.
CBS focuses on innovation, partnership with the business
community and internationalisation. As a Learning University,
CBS demands high quality in teaching, research and staff.
CBS has around 15,000 students distributed among a wide
range of degrees in social science and humanities including
a very dynamic environment for executive programmes.
CBS has around 400 full-time researchers and around
500 administrative employees.