The European Court of Auditors and the European University Institute in Florence (Italy) have set up a grant scheme for researchers in the field of European public finance and the EU budget. The aim is to promote original research into the impact of public finance on European culture, society and politics, as well as into the development of the EU's accountability and audit. Two research grants (5,000 euros each) are available in 2020. Candidates from a wide range of academic disciplines are welcome to apply, including scholars of law, political science, economics, sociology, public administration and history.
The deadline for applications is August 30th, 2020.