[UK] PhD studentship, ESRC / Scottish Government, Exploring the Social Objectives and Impacts of UK Fisheries Policy
PhD studentship, ESRC / Scottish Government, Exploring the Social Objectives and Impacts of UK Fisheries Policy, UK
ESRC PhD Studentship – Exploring the Social Objectives and Impacts of UK Fisheries Policy
The Scottish Government and Centre for Rural Economy at Newcastle University Reference Code: AG001
- Closing Date: 26th June 2009
- Supervisors: Jeremy Phillipson, Dr Jane Atterton Project duration: 3 years
- Project start date: September 2009
This collaborative research project with the Scottish government will explore the meaning, justification and implementation of social objectives within fisheries policy. The research will draw on theories of territorial rural development and multi-level governance and notions of ‘resilience’ and ‘adaptive capacity’. It will consider such questions as: What has been the broad socio-economic impact of recent fisheries policies on Scotland’s fishing communities? How are fisheries and development agencies encouraging resilience and adaptation of fishing communities?
Candidates who meet the ESRC’s eligibility criteria are entitled to either a full award (covers fees, an annual stipend of £15,290 and a research training support grant) or a fees only award.
For more information and guidance on how to apply, please see
Rural Economy and Land Use Programme
Centre for Rural Economy
School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development University of Newcastle
RELU Web site
CRE Web site