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SCHOLARSHIPS

UNIVERSITY OF SALZBURG – European Union Studies
At present, the Humer Foundation is supporting the following doctoral students:

sArah deisl – How do the EU institutions benefit from the shift of power caused by the crisis of the Rule of Law?

LÉo Gotarda – Mainstreaming climate change into all EU policies

Carina Kobler – Mobile 24-hour Care Workers in the European Union: Different Labour Regimes and their Social Implications in Practice

Klaudia Koxha – Populism and European Integration in the Western Balkans: How does populism affect country compliance with EU recommendations?

Birgit Mitter – Veins of European Sports Policy: A Quantitative Network Analysis of a European Soft Power Policy Field

Nico Petz – Deep Learning in Time-Series Econometrics with Application in Macroeconomics

Anna Stelzer – Monetary policy and the distribution of income and wealth: The heterogeneous case of the euro area.

 

UNIVERSITY OF BASLE – Africa
At present, the Humer Foundation is supporting the following doctoral students:

raja daouah – Emerging Trends, Developments and Opportunities of Islamic Finance: The Moroccan Case

andrea kifyasi – Diplomatic History of China’s Medical Assistance to Africa: A case study of Tanzania, 1960–2015

Julia Reinsing – Narratives and Negotiations of Colonial Legacies in Namibia and Germany – A Post-Colonial
Heterotopia?

Esther Tolulope Ilesanmi – Engendering the Colony; Maternal Health, Indigenous Knowledge and European Medicine in South-West Nigeria, 1925–1960.

 

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