Call for applications for the Braithwaite Fellowship

15th April 2019

The application deadline for this position has been extended until 31 May, 2019

Applications for the Braithwaite Research Fellow/Fellow at RegNet are now open.

The Braithwaite Research Fellow/Fellow is established in honour of RegNet founders Professors John and Valerie Braithwaite. Both spent many years heading diverse research groups at the ANU, with interests including restorative justice, tax system integrity, corporate crime, child protection, responsive regulation, regulatory theory, trust and hope in democracy and international peacebuilding.

The Braithwaite Research Fellow/Fellow will be a rising star in the area of governance and regulation and undertake acclaimed innovative research in regulation and governance. The research is not restricted to the areas where Valerie and John have worked and may be taken up in any area of regulation and governance. While this is a research intensive position, the Research Fellow/Fellow will engage across the School’s education programs. The Fellow/Research Fellow will report to the School Director, will work in close partnership with academics across the School and will maintain close links with other academic experts in related fields.

The successful candidate will be an excellent researcher, innovative teacher and will welcome opportunities to contribute to the School.

This position will be a tenure track appointment to engage a world-class academic for an initial period of seven years, with the option of renewal or conversion at the end of the initial employment agreement.

For a confidential discussion, please contact Professor Sharon Friel, E:

Selection criteria and more information are available on ANU Jobs.

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