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About JWE

Introduction

JWE was founded in 2001 with the goals of expanding human capabilities within a context of freedom and justice; developing a new generation of students linked to distinguished scholars whose work encompasses ethical, political and economic dimensions of human welfare and development; fostering an interdisciplinary approach that works against the modern tendency toward separation of economics from moral and political contexts; and prioritizing research linking normative and empirical questions. Amartya Sen served as the program's first chair. Walter Johnson succeeded… Read more about About JWE

Another JWE Fellowship

This is another type of JWE Fellowship

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Conference 1 Website

Conference 1 Title
July 31-August 2, 2010
Calendar Listing

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Dissertation Fellowships for Graduate Students (old)

GRADUATE STUDENT FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS

The deadline for 2010–2011 Fellowship applications is February 19, 2011

The Program

The Project on Justice, Welfare and Economics at Harvard University will provide grants during the 2010–2011 academic year to support Harvard graduate students whose research topics are relevant to questions of justice and human welfare. This interdisciplinary initiative, that connects faculty and student research across the University, intends to promote research, learning and knowledge connecting the study of freedom, justice, and… Read more about Dissertation Fellowships for Graduate Students (old)

Graduate Student Fellowships and Grants

The deadline for 2010–2011 Fellowship applications is February 19, 2010

The Program

The Project on Justice, Welfare and Economics at Harvard University will provide grants during the 2010–2011 academic year to support Harvard graduate students whose research topics are relevant to questions of justice and human welfare. This interdisciplinary initiative, that connects faculty and student research across the University, intends to promote research, learning and knowledge connecting the study of freedom, justice, and economics to human welfare and… Read more about Graduate Student Fellowships and Grants

JWE Fellowships

Since its inception in June 2001, the Project on Justice, Welfare, and Economics has awarded fellowships and research grants to scholars in a wide variety of fields, including economics, government, sociology, philosophy, law, health policy, anthropology and history. JWE currently  offers the following fellowship for Harvard graduate students:

JWE also participates in the Economics, History and… Read more about JWE Fellowships