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SIEPR offers a wide range of programs and fellowships to catalyze research on questions of lasting importance and train the next generation of economic policy scholars and leaders.  Our programs aim to support scholars at all different stages in their careers -- students, recent graduates, and research professionals.

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Undergraduate Students

SIEPR offers research opportunities for matriculated Stanford undergraduates during the academic year and summer. 

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Graduate Students

Stanford graduate students can apply for fellowship opportunities and/or research support.                      

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Predoctoral Research Fellows Program

Candidates who have completed or are in the final year of a bachelor’s or master’s degree program and are interested in full-time 1-2 year research opportunities can apply for SIEPR predoctoral fellowships on a rolling basis beginning in the fall.

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New and Recent PhDs

Job market candidates and junior faculty within five years of PhD completion are eligible for SIEPR’s Young Scholars program, with priority application deadlines in the fall. 

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Visiting Faculty Program

Faculty at other institutions working with SIEPR-affiliated faculty can apply for short- and long-term visits to SIEPR on a rolling basis.

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Faculty Resources

SIEPR provides several resources and mentorship opportunities to its affiliated faculty at Stanford to catalyze and support policy-relevant research. 

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