The Sixth NCRM Call for Proposals for Networks for Methodological Innovation
The National Centre for Research Methods is inviting applications for Networks for Methodological Innovation projects. The aim of this scheme is to enable networks of researchers to meet in order to stimulate debate and develop ideas in relation to methodological innovation.
The scheme allows a series of events and related activities to be undertaken over a period of twelve months, commencing in April 2010. NCRM typically funds two projects per year, with a maximum budget of £24,000 per project.
This year, applications are invited on any methodological topic, suggested topics are: interdisciplinary working; mixed methods and data integration; new forms of data and/or data collection; and, research evidence for policy. Applications are welcome from all social science disciplines.
The closing date for applications is June 26th 2009. Further information and the application form is available from the National Centre for Research Methods website http://www.ncrm.ac.uk or from @ncrm.ac.uk">firstname.lastname@example.org from May 5th 2009.
Few more days left to apply for the Networks for Methodological Innovation project funding! Anyone interested in submitting a proposal can see the previous years’ projects in http://www.ncrm.ac.uk/research/other/NMI/ . Deadline is Friday 26 June 2009.
This is an outdated funding proposal. I am new to methodspace and I am wondering if this is a yearly event and s it available in 2011. If thisis the case I am very interested as I am seeking funding for my PhD research in Evaluating Public Priavate Partnerships in the Caribbean
“A Comparative study of Three programs in three different Island states”