The European Credit Research Institute (ECRI) is calling for applications from academics to become members of its incoming Scientific Council.
The ECRI Scientific Council will be composed by four or five academics and meet one or two times a year. Members may be invited to participate in the ECRI Executive Committee meetings. Members of the Scientific Council will be appointed for a period of three years.
ECRI Scientific Council members will advise ECRI researchers and ensure that ECRI research is of sufficient quality by peer reviewing its publications. They will also participate in the selection committee when ECRI launches a call for papers. They might also have the opportunity to participate in ECRI events as speakers and to publish on the ECRI website as external authors.
The members of the Scientific Council will obtain some of the benefits of ECRI Members such as:
- Participation in ECRI events and debates
- Information on ECRI’s current research and activities
- Free access to ECRI’s Statistical Packages
- Access to external research and EU policy networks