Either a three-year or a four-year appointment, the latter with 25% teaching duties at the Department of economics and organizational science and the Centre for Public policy innovation (CPPI).The scholarship positions are tied to studies of innovation in the public sector. They will be associated to the same project, but will work with different research topics:
One of the doctoral candidates will work with the research topic of e-government/e-democracy and studies of democracy, participation, and legitimacy.
The other position will be connected to the topic of public regulations and their consequences for municipalities.

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