The Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS) is an inter-disciplinary research centre at the heart of the European University Institute (EUI). It was established in 1992 to complement the four EUI disciplinary departments (Economics, History and Civilization, Law, Political and Social Sciences) with the aim to be involved in both basic and policy research, collaborate with other centres of excellence in Europe, provide opportunities for young scholars and promote dialogue with the world of practice. The Centre’s goal is to maintain an environment and support structure that fosters intellectual curiosity and excellent research. The research agenda of the Centre is currently guided by three major themes: Integration, Governance and Democracy; Regulating Markets and Governing Money; and 21st Century World Politics and Europe.
The Florence School of Banking and Finance is a key point of reference for training and debate on banking and finance policy at the European level. Since its establishment in 2016, more than 17.000 people from over 75 countries have participated in over 200 training and debate activities of the School. The banking and financial professionals involved in the School’s activities include members of European and non-European central banks, national supervisory and control authorities, European institutions, academia and the private sector, including numerous high profile figures.
The Research Fellow will carry out research work in an independent manner and collaborate on the research work of the project. Main tasks include:
- Teaching in FBF Digital Finance activities;
- Overseeing the scientific development of new training activities in the area of digital finance;
- Advising on the development of case studies, practical activities and other teaching materials;
- Advising on the programme development of workshops, seminars and other research or policy events;
- Conducting scientific and policy research on digital finance.
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