Land Policy and African Tax Institute Fellowships

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (Lincoln Institute) and African Tax Institute (ATI) have embarked on a comprehensive property tax research project on the African continent.

The Lincoln Institute and the ATI are interested to collaborate with research fellows from various regions on the African continent.

The ideal applicant will be:

• In possession of at least an undergraduate qualification in public finance, law, urban economics, property management or another appropriate area of study

• Appropriately qualified to undertake the research in each of the 4 countries

• Fluent in French

• Proficient in English

• A national of and/or residing in one of the 4 countries listed

Scope of Work:

The successful applicant will be expected to –

• Submit a comprehensive research proposal by 3 February, including prospective dates for country visits to each of the 4 countries

• Attend a fellowship workshop arranged by the African Tax Institute during

• Submit a final report consisting of an individual country reports for each country as well as an overview report for all 4 countries in the region studied

Applications must be sent by fax or email to:

Fax: +27 12 362 5207

Email: ati[at]up.ac.za

Deadline for applications: 7 December

For more information see; Land Policy and African Tax Institute Fellowships

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