This page contains details of opportunities advertised in The Economist in March 2013.
CREATe is the RCUK research centre for copyright and new business models in the creative economy. With an ambitious programme of 40 projects delivered by an interdisciplinary team of academics (law, economics, management, computer science, sociology, psychology, ethnography and critical studies), CREATe is a pioneering academic initiative designed to help the UK cultural and creative industries thrive and become innovation leaders within the global digital economy.
We have the following opportunities for 2013:
- Postdoctoral Research Associate/Fellowship in Cultural Economics / 3 years with expected transition to a full time Lectureship at the Centre for Cultural Policy Research, University of Glasgow upon successful completion. The closing date for this post has now passed;
- Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property in the School of Law, University of Glasgow. The closing date for this post has now passed. Interviews will be held on Thursday 25th April.
- Part-time Research Assistant in the School of Law, University of Edinburgh contributing to a project on copyright and individual creators (1.5 days per week, fixed term for 18 months starting April 2013). The closing date for this post has now passed.
Study at CREATe:
- 10 PhD Studentships: Fully funded doctoral research studentships including a bursary and a research allowance were offered at the Universities of Glasgow (closing dates have now passed), Edinburgh (x1, no deadline for applications although applications will be considered on a rolling basis and the studentship may be offered to a suitable candidate at any time) and Nottingham (x4, closing date 21st July / 14th March, 2013, see link for details) ;
- LLM, MSc, MA and MLitt courses in a range of disciplinary areas including IP, economics, media, cultural policy and technology.