Economic and Social Research Council

Deadline: 08/11/2000
September 29, 2003

The research priorities board has decided that this year there will be a single research priorities competition for centres, groups and priority networks. This will focus on four topic areas that have been selected for the competition. These topics are listed below. For a more detailed description of the topics and the key issues within them refer to the web site. Competition Area 1: Business, accountability and society Competition Area 2: Changing families Competition Area 3: Pathways into and out of crime Competition Area 4: Poverty, inequality and quality of life in the developing world There will be no outline proposal stage.
Contact: Angelika Hamilton
Telephone: 01793 411922

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