Abajo transcribo la información pertinente sobre el programa de doctorado en competencia e innovación ofrecido por el Max Planck Institute junto con dos universidades localizadas en Munich:
MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, COMPETITION AND TAX LAW, IMPRS FOR COMPETITION AND INNOVATION – LEGAL AND ECONOMIC DETERMINANTS (IMPRS-CI)
The IMPRS-CI invites applications for a three-year doctoral programme in interdisciplinary research at the interface of law, business administration and economics in the area of competition and intellectual property law.
ABOUT THE IMPRS-CI:
The IMPRS-CI is a doctoral programme jointly offered by the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law, the Department of Economics, the Munich School of Management and the Faculty of Law of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich. It focuses on the study of the nexuses between patent law and innovation, copyright law and creativity and market transparency and competition.
The IMPRS-CI offers participants an outstanding interdisciplinary three year doctoral programme in English with courses in law, economics and business administration.
In accordance with their interests and the concrete topic of their theses, students will deepen their disciplinary and cross-disciplinary knowledge and expertise. Students enjoy close supervision by world-renowned lawyers and economists in a competitive, yet collaborative, environment rich in interaction with other students, post-docs and academics. Each participant will be awarded a scholarship to cover his/her living expenses. Students are granted a fully equipped shared office, full access to the libraries and research facilities of the participating institutes and university departments and research funds to conduct their projects.
Location: Munich, Germany
Total Number of Students: 8 per year
Application Deadline: 31 March 2010
Programme Start: October 2010
The IMPRS-CI doctoral programme is open to excellent
applicants holding the equivalent of a German diploma,
Master’s degree or state examination in law, economics,
business administration or management. Applicants will also be required to meet all entry criteria for the respective doctoral programmes specified by the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich.
The selection process is competitive: Applicants will be assessed against other international applicants and will be selected in order of merit. Short-listed candidates are invited to an interview in Munich. For further details and information about admissions, please visit our website:
CONTACT: Prof. Reto M. Hilty, Director
Max Planck Institute for Intellectual
Property, Competition and Tax Law
D-80539 Munich, Germany
Tel: +49 89 242 46 402