The Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI) at NUS Business School in Singapore has an ongoing Visiting Fellow Programme across a broad range of financial economics topics. CAMRI is funding one-week visits by select “Tier 1” scholars annually, particularly those from Hong Kong, China, India, and other countries in this region, working in Asian applied financial economics disciplines, to conduct research at CAMRI. The Fellowship will fund economy class airfare, a University-serviced apartment, and ground transportation. Our goal is bring a few visiting scholars in financial economics to Singapore each year to help build the research community and fraternity in Asia.
A 1-page statement of interest is the only requirement. While researchers are not necessarily required to have an Asian focus in their projects, preference will be given to financial economics research that is relevant to Singapore and Asia.
Statements of interest should be submitted, preferably via email, to:
Ms. Chow Pee Fun
Assistant Manager, CAMRI
NUS Business School
15 Kent Ridge Drive
Level 3, Mochtar Riady Building
Statements of interest will be evaluated by CAMRI’s Research Committee, which is co-headed by Professor David Reeb, Past Research Director at CAMRI and the Mr & Mrs Lin Jo Yan Professor in Banking and Finance, and Associate Professor Johan Sulaeman, Research Director at CAMRI, NUS Business School.