Extended Deadline: Friday, 23 June 2017!
Emerging researchers from all over the world are invited to apply who have recently published a PhD thesis, exploring through comparative and cross-cultural research, issues at stake and taking a step from evaluative (descriptive) to comparative applied research.
This prestigious recognition aims to stimulate academic research in the field of cultural policy and cultural management with an emphasis on its applied implications.
The winner will be revealed at the 2017 ENCATC Research Award Ceremony on 28 September during 25th ENCATC Congress on Cultural Management and Policy (27-30 September 2017 in Brussels, Belgium).
Granted each year, the Award consists of the translation of the winning PhD thesis into English and its publication in the Cultural Management and Cultural Policy Education Book Series.
More information on how to apply and the online application form: