As an (Associate) Economist, you will apply economic analysis and knowledge to understand and report on investment, from a macroeconomic perspective as well as for specific assets or sectors. You will analyse the environment for investment in order to support the dialogue and design of policies aimed at supporting it, thereby contributing to strategic decision-making of the EIB.
The Economics Department provides impact-driven economic analysis to support the EIB in its operations, its global positioning and strategy and policy definition, both inside and outside the EU. It comprises three divisions - Economic Studies, Country and Financial Sector Analysis and Policy and Strategy and is part of the EIB"s Secretariat General, responsible for the EIB"s overall strategy formulation.
The Economic Studies Division is in charge of the EIB investment report and the EIB Investment Survey. It conducts economic research and analysis based on the EIB investment survey and other statistical sources to understand the factors impeding and supporting investment. The findings and conclusions are communicated through various channels, such as official publications, research papers and contributions to events and conferences.