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PhD Scholarships

The University of Greenwich Centre for Business Network Analysis is offering five PhD scholarships commencing September 2014. Each scholarship provides a stipend equivalent to the national minimum doctoral stipend (NMDS) set out by Research Councils UK (RCUK), 13,863 for 2014/15 and a full waiver of tuition fees to home/EU tuition level. Scholarships are available for three years from the date scholars first register as an MPhil/PhD student with the university. Candidates must demonstrate that they have achieved a minimum classification of 2:1 (Upper Second) in their first degree in a relevant discipline (UK or UK equivalent).


Squaring the Circle in Modelling Corporate Governance, Market Structure and Innovation: A Tobin’s Q Approach to R&D Investment when Network Effects Are Present. Closing date: June 27, 2014

Dr Paola Tubaro, Dr Sara Gorgoni, Prof Mehmet Ugur


Collaborative Online Innovation Networks (COIN) Closing date: July 11, 2014

Dr Guido Conaldi, Dr Riccardo De Vita, Prof Bruce Cronin


Inter-Organisational Relationships and Organisational Performance: Network Analysis Applications to a Health Care System. Closing date: July 2, 2014

Dr Francesca Pallotti, Dr Paola Tubaro, Prof Alessandro Lomi


Social Networking, Board Interlocks and Firms’ Financial Performance. Closing date: July 11, 2014

Dr Riccardo De Vita, Dr Cesario Mateus


Potential Contribution of Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Technologies to a Sustainable Energy Future for the UK. Closing Date: July 1, 2014

Dr Anne-Marie Coles, Dr Athina Piterou



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