The EADI Prize for Development Studies 2005


April 25, 2005.  

The European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) has created a prize for excellence in development research. The prize, worth €1 000, will be awarded for an essay on an issue of development studies in any field of the social sciences submitted and written by a postgraduate student from an EADI member country or attending a programme at an Institutional member of the Association.

 

Entries for the EADI Prize for Development Studies should be essays of between 5 000 and 7 000 words submitted double line-spaced in 11-point type. Each entry should be accompanied by a two-hundred-word abstract and a CV. Subjects may be chosen from any field of development studies, but contestants are asked to bear in mind that their work will be subject to scrutiny by one of the EADI Working Groups prior to being sent on to the jury. Entries coherent with Working Group themes will, therefore, clearly enjoy an advantage. A list of the Working Groups can be found on the Association’s web site: www.eadi.org.

 

All entries for the EADI Prize for Development Studies should reach the Association’s offices in Bonn no later than 31 May 2005 either by mail or e-mail. In the latter case, a hard copy should also follow.

 

The Jury for the 2005 EADI Prize for Development Studies will make its decision known in July 2005. The prizewinner will be invited to the Association’s General Conference in Bonn on 23 September 2005 where the presentation will take place. Both the winning entry and other high quality entries will be considered for publication in the European Journal of Development Research.

 

For further information please contact:

European Association of Development Research

and Training Institutes

 

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