The Institute of Public Policy and Administration (IPPA) at the University of Central Asia (UCA) is looking for a full-time Research Assistant. IPPA was established in 2011 to strengthen public policy in Central Asia. It provides in-depth analysis on current and emerging policy issues facing the region, and improves the analytical capacity of governments and civil society to use evidence in decision-making processes through professional development. The Consultant/Research Assistant will assist with implementing research, training and dissemination activities of IPPA projects. To facilitate these activities, the consultant will be granted UCA corporate e-mail address as well as authorised to perform related to IPPA projects functions (request contracts, make payments related to IPPA projects, etc. More information is available here.
ISDC is hiring Research Assistants in Applied Development Economics to support on-going research work on a variety of projects on the relationship between conflict and development. Some projects will include the analysis of large-scale household panel data (reference “Panel”) while others involve the study of country-level migration data (reference “Migration”).
ISDC is currently hiring Research Assistants in Applied Micro-Development to support on-going research work on a variety of projects on the relationship between conflict and development.