The Princeton University-Sciences Po Collaborative Research Grants program is designed to provide “seed-corn” support for interactions between researchers at both institutions to build the basis for new research and teaching initiatives and proposals for external funding, to help sustain and expand collaborative activity.
Call for Proposals (Submissions will be due in January or February - check back for final date)
Each university will provide its own lead investigator with an equivalent amount of funds that can be spent over the course of the grant period on travel, accommodations, workshops, facilities use and other expenses related to meetings or the preparation of external funding proposals, as specified at the time of the proposal.
A Joint Governance Committee comprised of faculty and senior administrators from both universities will review and consider proposals for awards. Refer here for the list of the Committee members on the Princeton side.
Grants will be awarded according to a two-tier structure. Tier 1 seed grants will be awarded in the amount of US $10,000 for up to two years. Tier 2 grants can be awarded for exceptional projects in amounts up to US $90,000 over a three-year period.
- 2019 - 2020
- Ezra Oberfield, Princeton University, Department of Economics and Johannes Boehm, Sciences Po, Department of Economics. The Fragmentation of Production across Time and Space
- 2018 - 2019
- Miguel Centeno, Princeton University, Department of Sociology; Benoit Pelopidas, Sciences Po, CERI. Taking systemic collapse seriously. Scholarship-Education-Policy
Miguel Centeno, Princeton University, Department of Sociology; Ettore Recchi, Sciences Po, Department of Sociology. Drivers and consequences of international human mobility: Towards data harmonization and hypothesis building
Adam Goldstein, Princeton University, Department of Sociology; Mathias Thiemann, Sciences Po, Centre d'études européennes et de politique compare. The Politics and Pragmatics of Popular Finance 10 Years after the Crisis: Taking Stock of Attitudinal and Behavioral Changes in Comparative Perspective
- 2017 - 2018
- Bernard Haykel, Princeton University, Department of Near Eastern Studies; Christophe Jaffrelot, Sciences Po, CERI/CNRS. The Dynamics and Competition between Sufis, Sunnis, and Shi’is in India: Salafism, Sectarianism and the Resilience of Dargah Culture
- 2016 - 2017
- Jeremy Adelman, Princeton University, Department of History; G. John Ikenberry, Princeton University, Department of Politics and Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and Mario del Pero, Sciences Po, Department of History; Karoline Postel-Vinay, Sciences Po, Center for International Research. Narratives of the Global: Contesting and Converging Stories of Global Order
- Thomas Levin, Princeton University, Department of German, and Christophe Jamin, Sciences Po, Law School. Synesthesia of Law: An International & Multi-Disciplinary Conference
- 2015 - 2016
- Sophie Meunier Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs; Colin Hay Centre detudes europeennes de Sciences Po, Department of Political Science. Europeanization vs. Globalization: The Euro Crisis and the Changing Politics of Economic Interdependence in Europe (EUROGLOB)
- Ezra Oberfield Princeton University, Department of Economics; Johannes Boehm , Sciences Po, Department of Economics. VERTICAL RELATIONSHIPS IN MACROECONOMICS