CIBL is a newly established research centre at Department of Law, Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus.
Only applicants with projects within the research profile of CIBL will be considered.
The research of CIBL is focusing on the legal aspects of the internationalisation of firms and on the internationalisation of business law itself.
More detailed information about CIBL can be found at www.asb.dk/research/centresteams/centres/cibl.aspx.
Applicants willing to write within the following subjects will be especially welcomed:
These two projects are linked to ongoing research projects within the Centre; cf. the detailed project description at:
For further information about the two projects, please contact Professor Paul Krüger Andersen (pka [at] asb.dk) (as to project or Associate Professor Tine Sommer (ts [at] asb.dk) (as to project
More information on the positions can be obtained from Centre Director
Karsten Engsig Sørensen, tel. +45 8948 6335 or e-mail: kas [at] asb.dk
Conditions of employment
The PhD scholarship has a duration of three years.
Graduates and students expecting to complete their study programme in the near future may apply for the scholarship.
The employment is covered by a national collective agreement.
requested from Helle Bjørnebo Neidhardt, tel. +45 8948 6567, email: hbn [at] asb.dk.
If you have any questions about the scholarships etc., please feel free to contact Henrik Scriver, deputy head,
tel. +45 8948 6560,
email: hsc [at] asb.dk
The application must be submitted on the above-mentioned application form and the following attachments:
Outline of the course of the PhD programme Graduate diploma CV and Other material, if any (e.g. publications), which should be taken into account in the assessment
The application and attachments must be submitted in sets (without binding) in five copies by ordinary mail to:
Aarhus School of Business,
University of Aarhus,
Management Office, Fuglesangs Allé 4, DK-8210 Aarhus V, Denmark;
attention: Helle Bjørnebo Neidhardt.
Deadline for application Monday 16 April at 12:00 noon.
The applications will subsequently be assessed by an expert assessment committee, and applicants will receive the committee’s assessment of the individual application.
For further information on admission criteria and ASB’s PhD programme, please go to: PhD Studentships in Business Law - Aarhus School of Business
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