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Graduate Fellowship Application 2017

The Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) supports graduate students each year through graduate fellowships and research funding. The fellowships provide up to three quarters of fellowship support in the form of tuition and a graduate student stipend to qualified applicants pursuing policy-relevant economics research. Awardees are asked to submit a summary of their work upon completion of the fellowship. Applications are due April 17, 2017.

APPLICATION INFORMATION
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Please indicate the type of fellowship or award for which you are applying.
Preference for 3rd- and 4th-year fellowships will be given to proposals that make use of administrative datasets, and those that pursue topics in one or more of the following six priority research areas: 1. Social insurance programs; 2. Tax policy; 3. State and local government finances; 4. Retirement and savings; 5. Education; or 6. Crime, policing and incarceration
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DEPARTMENT INFORMATION
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Please indicate the quarters for which you seek support. SIEPR may not be able to fund all requested terms.
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SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS
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Please submit a short research proposal consisting of no more than five pages of text (approximately 1,500 words). Your proposal should specify one or more faculty members who will serve as your research mentor(s).
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Please provide a proposal including your dissertation prospectus or research proposal (5 to 8 pages double-spaced, or a draft of your job market paper), and a one page summary describing (i) the output of the dissertation research and (ii) the value of the dissertation research for economic policy where appropriate.
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Should indicate the feasibility and significance of the dissertation as well as likelihood that it will be completed during the next academic year. Your advisor may alternately submit the letter directly to ecryst@stanford.edu.
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You must identify a faculty member who will serve as a mentor for this project to provide a 1-page letter of recommendation. Your mentor may alternately submit the letter directly to ecryst@stanford.edu.
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