The PhD Workshop will take place on Monday, 18th of March.
The workshop aims at encompassing PhD students at any stage, whose research is relevant to the intersection of planning, law, and property rights. PhD research should be interdisciplinary across two out of three PLPR’s themes. We look forward to receiving applications from students in planning, law, economics, real estate, geography, political science, public policy or other related fields.
- mentoring from experienced researchers
- clarifying key questions about your PhD project
- social and networking with your peers in the workshop
The PhD workshop is an extension of the PLPR Conference – not a stand-alone event. Only PhD students whose abstract is accepted for the main PLPR conference are eligible for the workshop. Students are supposed to submit an abstract for a regular paper (or a paper to a special session) for the PLPR conference until 30 September 2023 via Converia Abstract submission.
During the registration process you will be asked if you want to participate in the PhD workshop – please click YES. Please have in mind that clicking yes does not automatically mean that you will be a participant of the PhD workshop, as there is a further procedure. After the decision on acceptance for the PLPR conference students will be asked to submit a short description of their PhD research project (max. 3 pages, including problem setting, research question, hypothesis, theoretical background, research methods, status of the research, problems faced. Workshop is free of charge.
If you have any questions regarding the PLPR 2024 PhD workshop you can contact PhD coordinators Sofija Nikolić Popadić and Josje Bouwmeester firstname.lastname@example.org.