We are happy to announce four new doctoral student positions at the Department of Economic History, Lund University, Sweden, all funded by successful applications for external research grants.
Read more about the postions:
The PhD position is linked to the research project The value of social background, education, academic performance and work experience: Following the life course of Scandinavian high school, technical school and university-level graduate cohorts 1880–1920.
The position is linked to the research project SWINNO 3.0: Significant new products and processes in Sweden 1970 to present, financed by VINNOVA (Sweden’s Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems), and is linked in particular to a sub-project concerning the Swedish forestry sector.
The position is linked to the research project A consumer revolution? Evidence from Sweden.
The position is linked to the research project Crisis and Transformation: the rise of financialization and marketization in the late 20th century.
Welcome with your application, no later than June 18