PhD Project Title: Integrity, infrastructure and water sub-sector reform: comparing large scale irrigation and urban water supply in India and Indonesia
The transnational and transdisciplinary network of excellence that has now been funded has two key objectives. The first is to develop and implement a cutting-edge research agenda on the key water governance priorities and prepare actionable insights for future directions. The second is to train a new generation of 15 water governance early stage researchers and ensure that they have the skills to make significant contributions to water governance research and practice.
The Network will leverage SOAS’ expertise on water politics and governance through research, education and engagement. Prof. Peter P. Mollinga will lead the SOAS team. The SOAS team will work with its academic and local partners to explore the dynamics of institutional arrangements with regard to integrity in the irrigation and water supply sub-sectors. Professor Peter Mollinga will supervise 1 of the 15 PhD researchers, based in the Department of Development Studies at SOAS University of London.
The description of this PhD research project on the NEWAVE website can be found here
Suitably qualified candidates wishing to apply for this position should submit a CV with details identifying the fit and motivation for the role and a short proposal through the NEWAVE Submission page. Please do not apply via the click here to apply button on the Soas jobs website. Prospective applicants should review the eligibility criteria stipulated in the Information Note for Marie Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellows Innovative Training Networks