The Bank for International Settlements invites applications from leading senior professionals in academia and research institutions for the Alexandre Lamfalussy Senior Research Fellowship. This fellowship will be awarded annually and aims to:
promote policy-relevant research that meets the highest academic standards
allow prominent scholars to participate in the policy-oriented research activities at the BIS
foster joint research between the fellows and BIS economists
The selected fellow will be offered an assignment in the Monetary and Economic Department (MED) for three to nine months and will:
conduct economic research on issues of relevance to the BIS
advise and collaborate with BIS economists in executing and disseminating research
About research at the BIS
The BIS carries out research to shed light on issues of core interest to the central bank community, to support meetings of Governors and other central bank officials, and to provide analytical backing for the activities of the various Basel-based committees. MED contributes to these tasks by conducting research on monetary and financial stability, monetary economics, macroeconomics and finance, financial markets, central bank governance and other institutional issues.
Qualifications and experience
Fellows will be selected through a competitive applications process.
While at the BIS, research fellows are expected to complete a research project for publication both in the BIS Working Papers series and in a leading journal. A proposal for a research project should accompany the application.
Selected candidates will be internationally recognised experts in the fields of banking, monetary policy and financial stability. They will have an outstanding publication record and a strong interest in policy-oriented research. They will have access to the extensive resources and networks at the BIS in conducting their research and in disseminating its findings.
Terms and conditions
The successful candidate will be offered a competitive monthly honorarium in keeping with the seniority of the described profile, as well as accommodation, travel costs, health insurance and, where appropriate, conference travel.
Application procedure and deadline
Applications, along with a detailed research proposal and the applicant's CV, should be sent by e-mail to Lamfalussyfellowship@bis.org.
Applications for the 2016 fellowship should be received by 29 February 2016.
Further information about the programme can be obtained by writing to Lamfalussyfellowship@bis.org.
Baron Alexandre Lamfalussy, 1929-2015
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