The world as we know it has changed dramatically since the start of 2020. Do you think your research can help inform stimulus spending and economic recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic?
The Greening Growth Partnership (GGP) and Economics and Environmental Policy Research Network (EEPRN) are issuing a special call for proposals, targeting academic research that focuses on climate and environmental policy in the context of COVID-19, stimulus spending and economic recovery.
Examples of relevant proposals may include:
This call is seeking to fund original shorter-term research to inform emerging policy discussions. Proposals should not exceed $10,000 CAD and can include research, data analysis, case studies, or literature synthesis work which can largely be completed over the summer of 2020, with initial deliverables due in September 2020. Final deliverables should be completed by December 31st 2020 and must include a short, policy-maker oriented blog post. Proposals should be focused on Canada and can be submitted by faculty, graduate students, or post-doctoral fellows.
See some of the latest analysis and insights on our Smart Stimulus Project page
You can read about the EEPRN Steering Committee conducting the proposal review here.
For more information, see the full Request for Proposals here.
To learn more about the Economics and Environmental Policy Research Network click here.
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