Student Prize for Best Paper

Student Prize for Best Paper

Deadline: 3 March 2021
Date: 
Thu, 2021-02-11 16:50
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PSIA presents the following opportunities to submit an essay and to win a prize for best paper. Deadline to apply is Wednesday 3 March 2021.

STUDENT PRIZES

Essay on multilateralism and cooperation, with focus on Turkey-France-EU triangular relationship

With the election of Joe Biden in the US opening a new chapter in multilateral relations, and as demand for a more inclusive and more green world grows, students are invited to propose concrete policy recommendations to leverage and strengthen Turkey-France-EU triangular relationship. Submissions will consist of a 5-page white paper. This call is open to all Sciences Po students.

The award for the two best papers will be of 1000 and 500 euros respectively, offered by our partner Institut du Bosphore, a plateform for dialogue aiming to create bridges between France and Turkey.

Read the call for papers for more information. 

Essay on the relationship between social entrepreneurship and local development

Social innovation, in cohesion with entrepreneurial spirit, aims to resolve current social and environmental challenge, to deliver inclusive growth and sustainable ventures. PSIA students are invited to reflect on how social and solidarity economy can make a meaningful contribution to local development. Submissions will consist of a 5-page research paper.

The award for the two best papers will be of 1000 and 500 euros respectively, offered by our partner CASDEN, a cooperative bank for the French public sector.

Read the call for papers for more information.

Timeline

Applications are accepted until Wednesday 3 March 2021 at 23:59 CET. Results will be announced to all candidates by early April 2021.

For any queries please email: psia.scholarships@sciencespo.fr 

OUR PARTNERS

Thanks to the generous support of our partners, PSIA is pleased to offer these opportunities to our students. Since 2012, PSIA partners with CASDEN to develop a platform for social innovation that offers courses for its students to learn about social innovation and gain professional skills. The prize for best paper is the latest initiative under this partnership. In 2017, Sciences Po launched a partnership with Institut du Bosphore, based at PSIA, to encourage opportunities to study and to foster debate about French-Turkish relationships. The prize for best paper is one of its main pillars and it has already distinguished 9 Sciences Po students for the quality of their research.

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