Every year the GLF programme organizes two large events to spur the productive exchange of ideas and create an enduring sense of community.
Applications are invited from nationals of non-OECD countries for a number of two-year fellowships to work on global governance and the role of developing and emerging countries in the world political economy. Between three and five fellowships will be awarded to start each autumn, for a year’s study at the Global Economic Governance Programme, University College, Oxford followed by a year at the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University. Post-holders will be provided with appropriate stipends sufficient to cover full living costs.
Applications for 2014-2016 fellowships are now closed.
The application process for for 2015-2017 will open in late September 2014.
Pichamon Yeophantong completed her PhD and MA (First-Class Honours) in International Relations as an inaugural China Institute Scholar and Hedley Bull Scholar at the Australian National University, and has held visiting positions at Peking University and National Taiwan University, among others. Her research interests centre broadly on Chinese foreign policy and history, theories of power and responsibility, and global environmental governance.