To encourage research that will deepen our understanding of the health and economic implications of disability and disability policy, the NBER Disability Research Center, with funding from the Social Security Administration, offers pre- and post-doctoral fellowship opportunities.
NBER encourages applications from individuals from under-represented racial and ethnic groups; individuals with disabilities; and/or individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds.
NBER is not able to sponsor a visa for these fellowships.
Up to two fellowships for faculty or post-docs in economics, with a focus on disability policy. Applications accepted in the fall for the following academic year.
Up to two fellowships to PhD candidates in economics, with a focus on disability policy, for one or two years of dissertation research. Applications accepted in the spring for the following academic year.
2015-16 Training Fellows in Disability Policy Research
Manasi Deshpande, PhD (MIT, 2015)
Itzik Fadlon, PhD (Harvard, 2015)
Matthew Johnson, Boston University
David Price, Stanford University
Alexandra Roulet, Harvard University