This vacancy is closing on 4 June 2020. This is a short job summary. For full details visit the official website through the button below.
The United Nations University World Institute for Development is hiring a Research Associate to participate in a research project about the impact of inequality on economic growth, human development and governance.
The successful candidate will have a Master’s or PhD in economics, political science, development economics, or a related discipline. Excellent written and oral English skills are required for this position. Progressively responsible relevant postgraduate work experience and a proven track record in econometric analysis, including macro-econometric analysis, is required.
The successful candidate will work under the supervision of the Senior Research Fellow and contribute to the implementation of the research project on inequality and its impact. Tasks will include to provide support for data analysis and the set up and management of data collection and fieldwork, active collaboration in related research publications.
The successful applicant will also contribute to other institute research, teaching, training, and supervision, including guidance of junior researchers and PhD students.
This position is paid with a monthly stipend of EUR4,350 to EUR5,550 depending on the qualifications of the candidate.
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