The PhD course in "Legitimation of New Institutions and Policies" is part of a Marie S. Curie ITN (MSC-ITN) project: Legitimation of Newness and its Impact on EU Agenda for Change (LNETN), which has a diverse range of topics, interests, and ambitions. Topics range from fluid ethics to bioenergy, with all of them being touched by policy and institutions at some point. The training course will prepare students with a deeper understanding of the interplay between new forms of organizing, technology, ideas, and services with their institutional environments and how policy is impacted by and impacts upon their legitimation.
The course will take place on September 6-10, 2021. The venue of the course is the Aalborg University Business School.
This course is also available to Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) (AKA: PhDs) outside the LNETN Consortium.
It admits MAX 20 ESRs. Apply now!!! Do not miss your chance!!!
The faculty team is led by Prof Niall G. MacKenzie of the Adam Smith Business School.
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