Post-Doctoral Corporate Governance Fellowships For Finance, Economics, and Accounting Researchers

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The Program on Corporate Governance at Harvard Law School (HLS) is seeking applications for Corporate Governance Post Doctoral Fellowships from highly qualified candidates with graduate training in finance, economics, or accounting.

Applications are considered on a rolling basis, and the start date is flexible. Appointments are for one year but the appointment period can be extended for additional one-year period/s (contingent on business needs and funding as are other Program positions).

To be eligible to apply candidates should (i) have a J.D., LL.M., or S.J.D. from a U.S. law school, (ii) by the time they commence their fellowship, (ii) be pursuing an S.J.D. at a US law school, provided that they have completed their program’s coursework requirements by the time they start, or (iii) have a doctoral degree in law, or have completed much of the work toward such a degree, in a law school outside the U.S.

During the term of their appointment, Fellows will be in residence at HLS. They will be required to devote part of their time to work on research projects of the Program, depending on their skills, interests, and Program needs. Fellows will also be able to spend significant time on their own projects. The position will provide a competitive fellowship salary and Harvard University benefits.

Interested candidates should submit to [email protected] a CV; graduate program transcripts; any research papers they have written; and a cover letter. The cover letter should describe the candidate’s experience, reasons for seeking the position, career plans, and the period during which they would like to work with the Program.

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