The Department of Economics at the National University of
Ireland, Galway has awarded IDARI Ph.D. studentships to 11
successful Central and Eastern European candidates.
Students took up their positions at NUI Galway on 14th
July 2003, where they commenced a 10 month doctoral programme.
After the doctoral programme, students will register in
one of the following universities depending on their specific
research areas and supervisory requirements: the Department
of Economics, NUIG (7 students); University of Leeds (2
students); Humboldt University, Berlin (2 students). IDARI
student will then spend two years in their home countries
conducting research and participating in the project team
of the respective subcontracting CEE institution, and being
supervised to acheive the award of Ph.D. from the university
in which they are registered.
Violeta Dirimanova, Bulgaria
Wadim Strielkowski, Poland
Tatjana Stirling, Lithuania
Ahto Oja, Estonia
Silja Lupsik, Estonia
Liga Paula, Latvia
Ilona Banaszak, Poland
Veronika Chobotova, Slovakia
Romina Rodela, Slovenia