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Job Opening: Research Assistants in Applied Micro-Development

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.

The scale of the work load and the length of the assignment are negotiable. Full and part-time working options are available for the duration of six to 12 months. The work can be conducted remotely or from Berlin.

We are looking for final year doctoral students in economics with strong applied micro-economic and quantitative skills, with experience in Stata and Excel, and preferably with some interest in the economics of development, trade, migration and/or conflict. Experience with impact evaluations and/or panel data and a working knowledge of French, Arabic and/or Russian would be an advantage. Excellent written communication skills in English are required.

If you are interested, please send an email with your CV to Myroslava Purska (myroslava.purska (at) isd-center.org) as soon as possible. The position will be filled as soon as suitable candidates have been found. Please indicate if you would like your CV to be kept on file for future opportunities.

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