This is an exciting opportunity to join the Law School at the University of Glasgow, and CREATe, the UK Copyright & Creative Economy Centre.
We are looking for
(1) a Postdoctoral Researcher in Platform Regulation with a focus on competition law and/or intellectual property and information law, and
(2) a Research and Teaching Assistant (RTA) to support the Intellectual Property Research Group and CREATe, and to develop their own doctoral research.
We encourage both UK-based and international candidates to apply.
For informal enquiries please email Martin.Kretschmer@glasgow.ac.uk
Deadline for applications: 17 January 2022.
Postdoctoral Researcher in Platform Regulation
Regulatory interventions relating to ‘online platforms’ appear to be of a new kind, challenging traditional conceptions such as intermediary liability (intellectual property law) and market definition and innovation harms (competition law). This new postdoctoral position has received funding from the College of Social Sciences at the University of Glasgow to extend the CREATe Centre’s existing work on platform regulation within the AHRC Creative Industries Policy and Evidence (PEC) agenda.
The successful candidate will become part of an interdisciplinary team, working with members of the CREATe Centre in the School of Law, including competition lead Dr Magali Eben and Prof. Martin Kretschmer (the Investigators).
This post is on a full-time (35 hours per week) and fixed-term (24 months) basis.
Salary: Grade 7, £36,382 – £40,927 per annum.
Vacancy Reference: 075330
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Research and Teaching Assistant
The role will combine part-time study for a funded PhD with a 0.5 FTE appointment as a Research and Teaching Assistant (RTA), including support for the Intellectual Property Research Group and collaboration with the CREATe research centre. At the date of appointment candidates will be registered or accepted for a PhD in the School of Law. Depending on qualifications and experience, appropriate training towards the role as RTA will be offered. This is a five-year appointment, with PhD completion expected within this period.
This post is part-time (17.5 hours per week) and is fixed-term (5 years).
Salary: Grade 6, £29,614 – £33,309 per annum, pro rata.
Vacancy Reference: 075329
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