- Applied empirical research in the field of European Economic Policy
- Widen our expertise in the political economy of the European Union
- Acquisition and execution of research projects across wiiw’s focus areas
The position is limited to two years in the first instance; can be extended following a satisfactory probationary period. Start: as soon as possible – ideally by June 2021.
- MA or PhD in Economics
- Expertise in European Economic Policy
- Knowledge of several of the following areas: macroeconomics, trade, FDI, labour markets, industry and regional studies, environment and digitalisation
- Readiness to do applied economic research in a broad range of economic issues, particularly related to the European Union
- Good quantitative and econometric skills (use of MS Office, Stata and/or R)
- Knowledge of both conventional and heterodox economic analyses
- Excellent English and German (written and oral); knowledge of East European languages is an advantage
- Very good (proposal) writing and presentation skills
- Flexibility as well as ability to work in teams
Monthly remuneration (14 times per year) for the 40 weekly hours position will be € 3,000 gross or above, depending on qualification. Women are particularly encouraged to apply.
Please send your application (with cover letter, CV, list of publications, copies of certificates) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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