STICERD Grants - Awarded 2019
STICERD is both a thriving research community within the London School of Economics and Political Science and a source of funding for a variety of School-wide initiatives. Our centres offer small research grants for LSE academic staff, grants for PhD students, and a programme for academics to visit the LSE for an extended period.
Below you can find out more about research we have funded.
Deliberating inequality: Understanding the social formation of beliefs about inequality
Fabien Accominotti and Tania Burchardt
Matching doctors and patients: Evidence from quasi-random allocation in Sweden
Strengthening landscape governance: Comparing institutional designs under rapid change in Papua, Indonesia
The dark side of innovation. Technological change and conflict minerals in the shift from industry 3.0 to 4.0
Simona Iammarino and Richard Perkins
Spatial inequalities and sub-national government quality: Using satellite images as a new measure of inequalities
What were the long term economic outcomes that flowed from the participation of Western economies in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wards, from 1793-1815
Parallel governance and political order in contested territory: Evidence from the Indo-Naga ceasefire (India)