Center for Law & Economics na ETH Zurich hľadá nových PhD študentov.
several Ph.D. students in law (intellectual property, antitrust, Internet law, law & economics)
We are looking for highly qualified, research-oriented students with a legal education and an interest in one of the areas of law listed above. Are you interested in writing a Ph.D. thesis (paper-based, in English) participating in the international law & economics discourse? At our Center, students can conduct internationally oriented basic research as part of a highly motivated team at a leading university. We offer an interdisciplinary environment, close supervision, and excellent contacts with leading scholars at U.S. universities. Our broad international network offers attractive career prospects.
Our Ph.D. students work on an interdisciplinary project for about three years. We offer comprehensive training in social science methods in the year. This may include courses in economics, political science, and/or statistics at ETH Zurich, the University of Zurich, the Study Center Gerzensee, or at international summer courses. Second-year students will take specialized courses tailored to their individual Ph.D. projects.
We offer our Ph.D. students ideal working conditions and a competitive salary, as well as limited organizational or teaching duties, ensuring that they can focus almost entirely on their own research. We provide support for attending international conferences and workshops, and for research stays abroad. The working language of the Center for Law & Economics is English.
For any questions, please contact Professor Stefan Bechtold (firstname.lastname@example.org). General information on Ph.D. studies at ETH Zurich is available at http://www.gess.ethz.ch/studies/doktorat/index_EN.
If you are interested in working in a young team with an international, interdisciplinary orientation, please apply online at http://www.jobs.ethz.ch (including, at least, a motivational letter, CV, and university transcripts with exam grades) for the attention of Mr. Rolf Oertli, Human Resources, ETH Zurich, 8092 Zurich, Switzerland.