Dekaban-Liddle Fellowship 2022-2023
Published: 20 October 2022
The Dekaban-Liddle Fellowship Programme has resumed following a pause during the pandemic. The University of Glasgow committee has awarded 11 Fellowships to junior and senior academics from Poland and the UK.
The Dekaban-Liddle Fellowship Programme has resumed following a pause during the pandemic. The University of Glasgow committee, which is chaired by Professor Sabina Siebert and comprised of Professor Clare McManus, Professor Serafeim Tsoukas, Dr Belgin Okay-Somerville and Dr Tanya Wilson, awarded 11 Fellowships to junior and senior academics from Poland and the UK. Specifically, 2 junior and 9 senior fellowships were awarded for the period 2022-2023.
The Glasgow-Warsaw Dekaban-Liddle Foundation is a collaboration between the University of Glasgow, the University of Warsaw and the Piast Institute. Recognising a special need for general economic advancement in Poland and emphasising the importance of the world economy and forecasting trends in international trade, Dr Anatole and Mrs Pamela Dekaban established the Foundation at the University of Glasgow in 1990 for the exchange of expertise between British and Polish institutions of higher education.
The Foundation provides financial support to enable Polish economists, broadly defined, to gain a wider experience of economic theory and practice through research visits to the University of Glasgow, as well as visits to Poland by Glasgow academics. Participation in the Foundation’s fellowship scheme is directed by but not limited to Glasgow and Warsaw and may include other British and Polish institutions.
Areas of interest to the Committee may include cognate social sciences and applied economics. Specifically, the programme is open to anyone who is a full-time teacher or researcher in Economics, Finance or cognate social sciences—broadly defined Applied Economics—including, but not limited to: Management, Finance, Accounting, International Business & Enterprise, Strategy and Decision Making, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, Marketing and Innovation Management.
First published: 20 October 2022