>

Job Openings at ISDC

ISDC is currently hiring

  • Research Assistant in Macroeconomics
  • Research Assistant in Microeconomics

to support on-going research work on a variety of macro- and microeconomic research 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 one to 12 months. The work can be conducted remotely or from Berlin.

We are looking for doctoral students in economics with strong macro- and/or micro-economic and quantitative skills, with experience in Stata and Excel, and preferably with some interest in the economics of development, growth, migration and/or conflict. 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.

Continue Reading:

Einladung zur Teilnahme an verhaltensökonomischen Studien

Das neue EconLab am Leibniz Institut für Gemüse und Zierpflanzenbau e.V. (IGZ) in Großbeeren bei Berlin sucht Probanden zur Teilnahme an wissenschaftlichen, verhaltensökonomischen Studien im Rahmen eines BMBF-Projektes. In den Studien werden die Probanden am Bildschirm verschiedene Fragen beantworten. Dies sind die ökonomischen Experimente. Diese Experimente dauern in der Regel ein bis zwei Stunden und […]

Job announcement: Research Assistant at the University of Central Asia (UCA)

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 […]

Closed vacancy: Research Assistants in Applied Development Economics

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”).