Labor Market Research - GLM/LIC Call for proposal 2017

Phase IV

GLM|LIC has started Phase IV of its research funding activities, with the overall objective of delivering a significant new body of evidence on growth and labor markets to help shape future policies in low-income countries. Capacity building through involvement of researchers in low-income countries is strongly encouraged.

Research projects can be proposed for the following research areas:

    Growth and Labour Market OutcomesActive Labour Market Policies, Labour Market Institutions and Labour Market FrictionsHuman Capital and Labour ProductivityMigration and Labour MarketsLabour Market Dimensions of Population Dynamics, Urbanisation, and the Environment

There are three cross-cutting themes that researchers are encouraged to address under any of the above research areas:

    The GenderFragile States and RegionImproving Data for Labour Market Research

 The deadline for applications is October 16, 2017. The electronic application portal will be open until then. Projects should start in early 2018 and be completed by December 31, 2020, and have a value of at least €100,000.

 

Documents and Electronic Application Portal

Please see the below files for more detailed information about the Call and use the forms and template for your proposal:

An archive file including all documents is available for download here. A list of all countries defined as LICs for this call is available here.

ELECTRONIC APPLICATION PORTAL

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