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The Grant Writer's handbook : How to write a research proposal and succeed / Gerard M. Crawley, ... Eoin O'Sullivan, ...

Auteur principal : Crawley, Gerard M.Auteur secondaire : : O'Sullivan, Eoin, AuteurPublication : Covent Garden, London, Hackensack, NJ : Imperial College Press, 2016Description : 1 vol. (xvii, 231 p.) : ill. ; 24 cmISBN : 978-1-7832-6414-8.Résumé : The Grant Writer's Handbook: How to Write a Research Proposal and Succeed provides useful and practical advice on all aspects of proposal writing, including developing proposal ideas, drafting the proposal, dealing with referees, and budgeting. The authors base their advice on many years of experience writing and reviewing proposals in many different countries at various levels of scientific maturity. The book describes the numerous kinds of awards available from funding agencies, in particular large collaborative grants involving a number of investigators, and addresses the practical impact of a grant, which is often required of proposals. In addition, information is provided about selection of reviewers and the mechanics of organizing a research grant competition to give the proposal writer the necessary background information. The book includes key comments from a number of experts and is essential reading for anyone writing a research grant proposal..Bibliographie: Bibliogr. Index..Sujet - Nom d'actualité : Financement organisé ;Rédaction administrative
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The Grant Writer's Handbook: How to Write a Research Proposal and Succeed provides useful and practical advice on all aspects of proposal writing, including developing proposal ideas, drafting the proposal, dealing with referees, and budgeting. The authors base their advice on many years of experience writing and reviewing proposals in many different countries at various levels of scientific maturity. The book describes the numerous kinds of awards available from funding agencies, in particular large collaborative grants involving a number of investigators, and addresses the practical impact of a grant, which is often required of proposals. In addition, information is provided about selection of reviewers and the mechanics of organizing a research grant competition to give the proposal writer the necessary background information. The book includes key comments from a number of experts and is essential reading for anyone writing a research grant proposal.

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