CEBPA – Join Us
CEBPA offers visiting fellowships for scholars working in the area of experimental and behavioral public administration. While fellowship stipends are available for short-term visits only ($2,500 max), we provide office space and administrative support for longer stays. Fellowship applications are accepted throughout the year; just get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are interested in discussing the involvement of graduate and MA/BA students from various academic backgrounds to support the Center's research activities through long-, or short-term research internships. Interested? Send us a short request, including a recent version of your CV.
Join the Experimental and Behavioral Public Administration Network
The Experimental and Behavioral Public Administration Network aims to keep researchers and practitioners interested in experimental and behavioral public administration informed about new publications, research and initiatives in this emerging area of study. In addition, the Network is interdisciplinary, involving scholars from psychology, economics, management, law, political science, as well as public administration who share an interest in the application of experimental methods and behavioral insights to the study of public administration.
The network's mailing list, EBPA-l, is managed by CEBPA. You can join the mailing list at https://email.rutgers.edu/mailman/listinfo/ebpa_l.
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