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How C-SEB supports its researchers
The Center for Social and Economic Behavior (C-SEB) runs various programs to create a productive research environment and to promote collaborations among scientists. This includes measures to foster scientific exchange, to fund research projects, to finance research stays, to advance the careers of junior scientists, and to improve gender equality and the reconciliation of family and working life.
In addition, C-SEB houses public talks and laboratory visits to give researchers and interested laypeople the opportunity to gain insights into the research areas of the center.
Given the collaborative character of research in economics and psychology, scientific exchange is crucial. C-SEB organizes workshops and conferences to foster communication across disciplines and research units.
The “C-SEB International Fellowship Program” was established to increase the cooperation between international academic institutions and to provide networking opportunities for our researchers.
C-SEB is strongly committed to promote gender equality in academia and offers its members various supportive measures.
Junior researcher promotion
C-SEB’s strategy to promote young researchers is based on the four components scientific exchange, training, international networking, and independent funding.
So far, C-SEB has awarded funding to outstanding scientists in the fields of behavioral economics and social cognition research in a total of ten funding rounds. An overview of current and completed projects can be found here: http://c-seb.de/en/research/projects/. The application deadline for the current 11th funding round was November 30th, 2020.
More information about the C-SEB funding lines is available on our webpage on research grants and other funding opportunities.