A través de la red global de ASCOLA recibí información sobre una convocatoria pertinente para quienes estén interesados en realizar investigación académica en asuntos de competencia. La convocatoria es organizada por el Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies de la Facultad de Derecho de la Loyola University Chicago.
Non-Resident Institute Research Fellows
The Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies at Loyola University Chicago School of Law invites application for 2-3 Non-Resident Institute Research Fellows (NRIRF) for the 2021-22 academic year. Applicants should submit a short research proposal of up to 1500 words describing the project, the form of expected publication, and how the project supports the Institute’s mission of promoting a more competitive and consumer friendly economy. Successful applicants will work in consultation with an Institute faculty member and have limited research assistance from an Institute student fellow or other appropriate Loyola Chicago law student. Fellows also should indicate their status as a NRIRF of the Institute on their cv, faculty bios, and acknowledge the support of the Institute in any resulting publication. Non-Resident Institute Research Fellows may publish their resulting work anywhere they wish, but must grant the Institute the non-exclusive right to post the final version of the project on the Institute’s web page as a working paper. Successive applicants also will receive a $1000 honorarium upon the satisfactory completion of the project and the opportunity to present their work at a future Institute virtual or live event.
Applications are due on or before October 11, 2022, and will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Preference will be given to full-time academics and NGO employees, but applications are welcome from all members of ASCOLA. Preference will also be given to projects that can be completed on or before May 15, 2022. Please also indicate on the application if you are receiving or seeking any other sources of outside financial support for the project and whether you have worked professionally, or have any other conflicts