11 fulltime PhD research positions at Erasmus School of Law
One of these PhD vacancies focuses on responsabilizing private actors in governing financial-economic crime: “The role of professional service providers as gatekeepers in governing financial-economic crime” (Project 9). The specific focus of the PhD research is to be determined based on the candidate’s research proposal.
These posts are part of the plan to create a new research community for the research initiative ‘Public and private interests: A new balance’, which will also require two (senior) professors and three postdoctoral positions.
A key aspect of Erasmus School of Law is that research groups work across the boundaries of legal disciplines, applying modern tools of social science research, such as empirical and experimental methods. Within this new research initiative, you will study the role of private actors, in particular businesses, in safeguarding public interests in one of 11 PhD research projects. The research will be conducted within the framework of the nationwide sectoral plan for legal science, in collaboration with our partner therein, the Faculty of Law of the University of Groningen.
PhD research projects
Project 3. Classification societies and the public interest;
Project 6. The future of work;
Project 11: Regulation of autonomous robots in health care.
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