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EPSRC/Digital Economy Postdoc

Applicants are invited for a EPSRC/Digital Economy Programme full-time
funded post-doctoral position investigating digital connectivity and
peer-to-peer relationships in financial services. The position is fixed
term until 09/12/2014 with the likelihood of a three month extension.

The project, 3rd Party Dematerialisation and Rematerialisation of Capital
(3DaRoC), will evaluate the role of infrastructural designs and its effects
on the patterns of use of financial services provided by digital

You are expected to have (or be about to complete) a PhD in Information
Systems, Information Science, Behavioural Science, Financial Services,
Financial Computing, Economics, Geography, Sociology, Anthropology,
Interaction or Experience Design, with experience in using ethnographic or
survey-based research techniques. Candidates with research experience or
enthusiasm for digital technology and innovation would be especially

You will be expected to lead on the development of fieldwork, analysis of
data, and to develop business models around new technology deployments, as
well as working with project partners and supporting the work of the other
researchers. The direct line supervisor will be Dr. Adam Fish (Lancaster),
and you will be based in the Department of Sociology. Informal enquiries
may be made to Dr. Fish at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

This is a full time fixed-term post beginning 15 October, or as soon as
possible after this date.

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