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The Foundation Banque de France for Economic Research - Research Projects in the Field of Money, Banking and Financial Economics
Request For Proposals No. 19

Annual Shanghai Business, Economics and Finance Conference - Research for Advancement
Call For Papers

GDN Next Horizons Essay Contest 2014 on the Future of Development Assistance
Call For Essays

Narodowy Bank Polski Workshop: "Identification in Macroeconomics"
Call For Papers

Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship - Deadline: September 10, 2014
Request For Proposals

Fourth IIFT Conference on Empirical Issues in International Trade & Finance
Call For Papers

III INSIT 2014: III International Seminar on Institutional Theory: Institutional Capacity and Deliberation
Call For Papers

City University London, Department of Economics
PhD in Economics Scholarship

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Request For Proposals No. 19
The Foundation Banque de France for Economic Research - Research Projects in the Field of Money, Banking and Financial Economics

The Foundation Banque de France for Economic Research is pleased to announce its new call for proposals of research projects. The objective is to solicit academic research projects conducive to topical papers in the field of Money, Finance and Banking. The total amount earmarked for the call is EUR 120,000. Four grants will be awarded for proposals that may take twelve to eighteen months.

Projects should aim to produce a single paper suitable for submission to a major journal. The selected researchers will be required to present their work at an internal seminar at the Banque de France and/or at a conference organised by the latter, and to acknowledge the Foundation Banque de France's financial support at any subsequent publication of their research. In addition, the head of the research team or, upon approval by the Foundation, any other member of the research team (if the former or the latter is not affiliated to a French University) should commit to visit the Banque de France or any other Research Center (University, administration) located in France, for a minimum of one week, during the research period or on the occasion of the above seminar or conference presentation.

TOPICS: Topics of interest include - but are not limited to - policy-relevant work on Money, Finance and Banking such as:
- Monetary Policy & Prices: Monetary Policy Strategy under uncertainty; integration of financial variables; micro data and nominal rigidities; interaction with fiscal policies; exchange rate policies; unconventional monetary policies and exiting
- Potential Growth: productivity, rigidities, structural reforms
- Financial Stability: competition, liquidity, pro-cyclicality; macro-prudential regulation; risk assessment (systemic; individual institutions); financial crisis and resolution; financial regulation - International Macro: global imbalances; international coordination; globalisation and growth, globalisation
- Financial institutions and financial markets: risk assessment; investment banking; corporate finance; capital structures, financial innovation

25 November 2014: deadline for submission
By mid-January 2015: pre-selection of about 8 research projects for the selection seminar
By end January 2015: selection seminar (45 minutes presentation of the project to the evaluation committee, presentation via video-conference is possible)
. By mid-February 2015: The Board awards 4 research grants based on a proposal by the evaluation committee

PRE-SELECTION CRITERIA: The above-mentioned pre-selection by the Scientific Committee is based on the following criteria, receiving equal weight on a 1-3 scale:
1. Is the research agenda clear?
2. Is it policy-relevant?
3. Is it realistically feasible? (the use of European data is encouraged)
4. Is it innovative?
5. Is it a French/international joint venture?
- Research teams involving researchers based in more than one country, of which one is France, will get grade 3 for this criterion. Other multi-country teams, or teams only composed of one or several researchers based in France, will get grade 2. Other teams will get 1. 6. What are the team's credentials with regards to the subjects proposed?

- In the selection of projects, new approaches in particular new tools deemed useful to renew our understanding of the economy will be favoured.
- One researcher cannot be awarded more than three research grants over a ten year moving period.

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Proposals should be submitted electronically to fondation.rech@banque-france.fr by November 25, 2014 using the submission form.

The Foundation acknowledges receipt of the application.

This submission form and a document entitled "terms and conditions governing calls for proposals" is also available on the Foundation's website (http://www.foundationbdf.fr), page "research grants".


Call For Papers
Annual Shanghai Business, Economics and Finance Conference - Research for Advancement

3-4 Nov 2014, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, China

Deadlines: 22 September 2014 for Submission and 20 October for Registration

Send your manuscript and registration to: paperswbi@gmail.com

Website: http://www.worldbizconference.com

Theme: Research for Advancement

Full-length papers, research-in-progress papers, and/or abstracts relating to all areas of General Economics, Economic Development and Policy , Macroeconomics, Microeconomic Issues, Monetary Economics, Unemployment, Interest Rates, Inflation, Monetary and Fiscal Policies, Public Taxation, Quantitative Economics, Financial Economics, Interest Rates, Foreign Exchange, International Trade, Public Finance, Monetary Economics, Islamic Economics, Labour Economics, Foreign Direct Investment, Health Economics, Privatisation, Economic Policy, Emerging Economies, Globalization and Economic Growth, Industrial Development, Microfinance are invited for the above international conference which is jointly organised by School of Finance, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics (SUIBE) (http://www.shift.edu.cn; ) and World Business Institute of Australia (http://www.wbiworld.org). Author can send either abstract or full paper which must contain the title, authors' names, affiliation, and contact information of the authors). Abstracts should include Objectives, Data and Methods, Results, and Conclusions with significance. JEL classification and up to 6 keywords should be used. Previously published papers must not be submitted. All abstract and/or full papers will be blind reviewed and once notification of the acceptance is served, authors can submit extended abstract or full papers by 24 October, 2014 if they want their papers to be considered for (a) best paper award and (b) publication in the peer reviewed ranked international journals such as Journal of Business and Policy Research. World Journal of Management, Global Economy and Finance Journal, International Review of Business Research Papers, and Global Review of Accounting and Finance which are indexed by Cabell, Ulrich, EBSCO of USA, and ABDC and ERA of Australia. All abstract and/or full papers will be published via online conference proceedings with ISBN. Hard copy may be submitted to ISI proceedings depending on author's response. Best paper awards, participation certificate. day-long feeding and written feedback for each presented paper are some of the main features of the conference.

- Deadline for Abstract and/or full paper Submission: September 22, 2014
- Revised Full Paper or extended abstract Submission Deadline for proceedings (Optional): October 24, 2014
- Registration Deadline: 20 October 2014
- Announcement of the Program: 27 October, 2014

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Send manuscript via email: paperswbi@gmail.com. Contact person: Prof. M. Hoque

Professor Xuehui He, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, China
Professor George Ye, Saint Mary's University, Canada
Professor Mohammad Hoque, World Business Institute, Australia


Call For Essays
How Would you Reinvent Foreign Aid?

GDN Next Horizons Essay Contest 2014 in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on The Future of Development Assistance

The world has changed radically since the emergence of official development assistance. How should aid change? We want to hear your views: Which financial instruments should be used to provide aid? How should the donor "aid system" be organized? Should aid be given only to the poorest countries? How could aid improve governance? How should recipient countries allocate aid in the context of other sources of financing? What does a data and technology driven transformation in the development project "marketplace" look like?

Up to 20 winning entries chosen by an international jury will receive 20,000 USD each.

Select winning ideas may be promoted by the Global Development Network (GDN) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Last Date - 15 September 2014.

Submissions can be sent in English, French or Spanish.

To apply, go to http://www.gdn.int/nexthorizons


Call For Papers
Narodowy Bank Polski Workshop:"Identification in Macroeconomics"

December 17-18, 2014, Warsaw, Poland

We are pleased to announce the workshop organized and hosted by the Narodowy Bank Polski: "Identification in Macroeconomics" on December 17-18, 2014 in Warsaw, Poland.

The problem of model identification is common to all sciences where we postulate existence of the underlying structure. Models used in macroeconomics are no exception. To identify the model means to be able to conduct unambiguous economic analysis on the basis of the model. Since unidentified models can not be used as "arguments' providers" in economic policy debates, the identification issue is very important.

As resolving the identification problem is a very first step in developing any model methodology one may be surprised that two of the most popular model methodologies used in applied macro i.e. Structural Vector AutoRegression (SVAR) and Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) models, are not yet fully explored from the identification perspective. The aim of the workshop is to bring researchers from all over the world who are dissatisfied with this state of affairs. Since the topic of our workshop is ambitious we gained the best possible support from the well known experts in the field.

- Fabio Canova (European University Institute and CEPR)
- Ivana Komunjer (University of California, San Diego)
- Daniel F. Waggoner (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta)
- Tao Zha (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Emory University and NBER)

TOPICS: We encourage submission of papers that deal more or less with theoretical or practical aspects of identification in macro models. If you identify your recent work within this rubric the workshop is a great opportunity to present such a work. More specifically, suitable topics include (but are not confined to):
1. Identification in DSGE, SVAR and possibly other models used in macro-modeling
2. Bayesian approach vs identification problem
3. Sign restrictions
4. Theory of identification

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Full papers should be sent to identification-conference@nbp.pl no later than September 28, 2014.

September 28, 2014 - submission deadline
October 20, 2014 - author notification
October 20 to November 3, 2014 - registration
December 17-18, 2014 - workshop

FURTHER INFORMATION: Should you have any questions, please contact: identification-conference@nbp.pl


Request For Proposals
Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship - Deadline: September 10, 2014

The 2014-2015 Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship Program's Request for Proposals is available online, and proposals are being accepted now through Sept. 10, 2014.

The Kauffman Foundation will award up to 15 Dissertation Fellowship grants of $15,000 each to Ph.D., D.B.A. or other doctoral students for the support of dissertations in the area of entrepreneurship.

TOPICS: "While dissertations can be written on any topic pertaining to entrepreneurship, this year we are particularly interested in research on regional dynamics, human capital dimensions of entrepreneurship, economic growth, entrepreneurship policy and programmatic research," said Robert J. Strom, Ph.D., director of Research and Policy at the Foundation. "We are eager to see the contributions that this new group of Fellows will make to the important field of entrepreneurship."

QUALIFICATIONS: This competitive program is open to students seeking doctoral degrees from accredited U.S. institutions of higher education. The program is intended for students who are in the process of formulating their dissertation proposals as well as doctoral candidates with recently approved dissertation proposals. It is expected that applicants will complete their dissertations by the conclusion of the 2015-2016 academic year.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Graduate students interested in applying for the Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship Program can find the Request for Proposals online at http://www.kauffman.org/kdfp

All proposals must be submitted via the online application by 5:00 p.m. Central on Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014. Please direct all questions to kdfp@kauffman.org

Recipients may use the grant to pay for costs associated with their dissertation, including data collection and analysis, databases, specialized hardware/software, course buyouts and travel.


Call For Papers
Fourth IIFT Conference on Empirical Issues in International Trade & Finance

18th and 19th Dec 2014 Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi, India

Being a catalyst for new ideas and concepts, IIFT undertook an academic initiative in 2008 to organise a Research Conference with an aim to provide a platform for academic debate, discourse and knowledge-sharing on different dimensions of Empirical Issues in International Trade and Finance (EIITF). The bi-annual EIITF Conferences are conducted alternatively in Delhi and Kolkata. Since inception, three EIITF conferences have been held so far. The First Conference was held in IIFT Kolkata in December 2008. The Second one was held in IIFT Delhi in December 2010 and subsequently, the third conference in IIFT Kolkata during January 2013.

Academic discussions in the past three EIITF Conferences were greatly enriched by the presence of renowned academicians in differenced specializations of trade and finance like, Prof. Richard Baldwin (Graduate Institute, Geneva), Prof. Jeffrey H. Bergstrand (University of Notre Dame), Prof. Maitreesh Ghatak (London School of Economics), Prof. Geeta Gopinath (Harvard University), Dr. Bernard Hoekman (World Bank), Prof. Kala M. Krishna (Pennsylvania State University), Dr. Will Martin (World Bank), Dr. Mia Mikic (UNESCAP), Dr. C. Rangarajan (Former RBI Governor and the then Chairman of the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council), Prof. Partha Sen (Delhi School of Economics) and Dr. Ganeshen Wignaraja (Asian Development Bank Institute).

The fourth Conference will be held at IIFT Delhi Campus during 18th and 19th December, 2014 (Thursday and Friday).

PAPER SUBMISSIONS/FURTHER INFORMATION: For submission of papers or any conference related queries, write to eiitf2014@iift.ac.in

Full Paper Submission by Sep 20, 2014
Paper Acceptance by Oct 10, 2014


Call For Papers
III INSIT 2014: III International Seminar on Institutional Theory: Institutional Capacity and Deliberation

Link: http://fndufrj.wix.com/teoriainstitucional

November 5-7, 2014, Rio de Janeiro - Brazil

Our M.Sc. Program at the Law School and our Lab - LETACI - of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro - Brazil is promoting the "III International Seminar on Institutional Theory: Institutional Capacity and Deliberation", and it will discuss subjects on institutional and constitutional theories both in United States and Brazil.

The seminar is sponsored by CNPq (Brazilian Research Council), Faperj (State of Rio de Janeiro Research Foundation) and UFRJ (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro).

In our I and II Seminar on Institutional Theory, we received several American scholars, Professor Tushnet, Professor Graber, Professor Bednar, Professor Seagal, Professor Rotunda, Professor Lain, European scholars, Professor Corsi and Professor Nabais, and Canadian Professor Tremblay.

IMPORTANT DETAILS: (Event and Call of Papers):
When: Nov 5, 2014 - Nov 7, 2014
Where: Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
Submission Deadline: Sept 15, 2014
Notification Due: Sept 30, 2014

FURTHER INFORMATION: For additional information to go: http://www.letaci.com/site

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Please email submissions to: seminarioinstituicoes@gmail.com


City University London, Department of Economics
PhD in Economics Scholarship

The Department of Economics at City University London is seeking applications for its recently restructured PhD programme. Suitably qualified applicants will be considered for a full-time, fully-funded, 3-year bursary of British Pound 15,000 per annum plus a full tuition waiver in exchange for 100 hours of teaching and marking assistance.

QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must hold an MSc in Economics (or overseas equivalent) or related discipline and need to possess sound knowledge of post-graduate Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Econometrics. Candidates with a "Distinction" or overseas equivalent in their post-graduate studies are particularly encouraged to apply.

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT: With five new appointments over the last three years the department has grown to a total of 24 academics. Two of these are in the area of Behavioural Economics as part of a pioneering post-graduate programme in Behavioural Economics jointly with the Department of Psychology.

The department's main fields of research are Behavioural Economics, Competition and Regulation, Health Economics, The Economics of Migration, Financial Economics, and Macroeconomics. More information can be obtained by visiting individual staff webpages at http://www.city.ac.uk/economics

In recent years, members of the department have received prestigious grant awards from ESRC; British Academy, and the European Union; in particular, three large EU funded grants all part of wider European networks of institutions.

PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION: The 2014 intake will start the programme on 1 November 2014. Entering students will be required to take PhD level courses in econometrics, advanced microeconomics and topics in advanced macroeconomics along with preparing their literature review and carrying out the initial stages of research.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applicants should complete the online PhD application form and submit the following supporting documents:
1) A cover letter that addresses the applicant's motivation for doing a PhD.
2) A draft research proposal. Preference will be given to applicants whose proposals indicate a good fit with staff interests and expertise.
3) Letters of recommendation from at least two academic referees who should address the applicant's suitability for carrying our independent PhD-level research.
4) Official transcripts and English proficiency scores (if applicable).

For further details on the application process and for downloading the online application form, visit: http://www.city.ac.uk/courses/research-degrees/economics#course-detail=3

FURTHER INFORMATION: For an informal discussion about these positions, please contact Professor Joe Pearlman, Deputy Head of Department for Research or Dr Javier Ortega, Head of Department, Economics via email: (Joseph.Pearlman.1@city.ac.uk, Javier.Ortega.1@city.ac.uk)

The deadline for applications is 20 August 2014.

Candidates short-listed for bursary will be interviewed in person or via Skype on 2 and 3 September, 2014.


Central Bank of Chile, Financial Research Unit
Research Economist

Swiss National Bank
Economist/Senior Economist

University of St.Gallen, School of Economics and Political Science
Assistant Professors in Economics & Econometrics

Johns Hopkins University
Associate or Full Professor of Economics

University of Texas at El Paso, College of Business Administration
Research Economist

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Central Bank of Chile, Financial Research Unit
Research Economist

The Financial Research Unit (FRU) is part of the Financial Policy Division, responsible of the financial stability mandate of the Central Bank of Chile. The focus of the unit's research is on financial stability issues.

The FRU is in charge of (i) developing and running models for assessing the financial stability of the Chilean economy and its banking system, (ii) the design and analysis of the Survey of Household Finances of the Central Bank of Chile (http://www.bcentral.cl/estadisticas-economicas/financiera-hogares/index.htm), and (iii) conducting research on issues of financial stability. Our Unit has 5 PhDs in economics and 6 economists with MA degree. In addition, it has programs of visiting and associate researchers.

JOB DESCRIPTION: The main duties of the position are: (1) to conduct research on household finance topics using the Chilean Survey of Household Finances (SHF), (2) to conduct research on banks and other financial intermediaries in relation with financial stability, (3) to collaborate with a team, when a new wave of the SHF takes place (every three years), in the discussion and implementation of improvements (sample design, questionnaire), in the preparation of the data bases for publication (post-stratification and imputation of missing data), and in the analysis of the results.

- PhD degree in economics, finance, or related discipline from a prestigious university.
- Extensive experience with one or more of the following: Matlab, Stata, SAS, EViews.
- Fluent written and spoken English. Spanish at an intermediate level (expected to improve).
- Sound interpersonal skills, including teamwork and the ability to manage the work of others.
- Strong moral values and a commitment to the strict ethical principles required by the Bank.

APPLICATIONS/FURTHER INFORMATION: Further details and a detailed job description are available at: http://www.bcentral.cl/acerca/oportunidades-trabajo/pdf/CircIntXXXXX.pdf

Applicants should send their curriculum vitae to recursos.humanos@bcentral.cl no later than August 18th, 2014 using a personal e-mail account indicating "APPLICATION" in the subject line and the reference number 1637 in the text.

Salaries and other compensations are internationally competitive.


Swiss National Bank
Economist/Senior Economist

Would you like to gain a deeper insight into applied macroeconomics at the interface between research and economic policy? The Inflation Forecasting unit at the Swiss National Bank is seeking a highly motivated and team-oriented Economist/Senior Economist.

JOB DESCRIPTION: In this position, you will have the opportunity to work on various applied research projects relating to Swiss monetary policy. Your main task will be to maintain and further develop one of the econometric models of the Swiss economy used at the SNB. The model will enable you to produce forecasts and perform policy simulations as an input to the monetary decision-making process. You are expected to present your research at conferences and publish in academic journals.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: To meet the requirements of this demanding position you will need to have a doctorate in economics with a focus on macroeconomics and econometrics (particularly time series analysis). It would be an advantage if you also have in-depth knowledge of Swiss economic policy. Experience in applied analysis and research as well as the ability to communicate complex results clearly and efficiently are requirements for the job. You will need excellent writing skills in German or French, as well as a very good oral and written command of English.

We offer you the chance to work with a highly motivated team, remuneration at market levels, an attractive programme of training and continued education, and a pleasant working environment in our offices located in the heart of Zurich.

Start of employment: October 2014, or as agreed.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: If this varied and challenging job appeals to you and you fulfill the requirements set out above, we look forward to hearing from you.

Candidates who meet the requirements are invited to submit their application together with supporting documents, list of publications and letter of motivation using our online tool at: http://www.snb.ch/jobs

FURTHER INFORMATION: For further information contact Swiss National Bank, Human Resources, Suzanne Stein, Tel. +41 44 631 33 88.



University of St.Gallen, School of Economics and Political Science
Assistant Professors in Economics & Econometrics

The School of Economics and Political Science of the University of St.Gallen wishes to appoint two Assistant Professors in Economics & Econometrics by February 1st, 2015, or by mutual agreement. The positions will be in Economics and Econometrics. Applications in the fields of Macroeconomics and Microeconometrics are strongly encouraged.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: To be considered for those positions, applicants should have a Ph.D. in Economics/Econometrics and a promising track record in research. The appointments are for 6 years (non-tenure track). The teaching load will be two classes (four hours) per week (24 weeks p.a.). Applications from qualified women are particularly welcome.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates should submit their application along with the usual supporting documents in electronic form under http://www.unisg.ch/jobs. Two supporting references should also be sent directly to:

Ms. Flockerzi
School of Economics and Political Science
Bodanstrasse 8, CH
9000 St.Gallen, Switzerland
or seps@unisg.ch

Closing date: August 31, 2014.

FURTHER INFORMATION: Please find further information about our research and study programmes on http://www.seps.unisg.ch. Enquiries can be addressed to the Head of the Search committee, Prof. Enrico DeGiorgi.


Johns Hopkins University
Associate or Full Professor of Economics

The Department of Economics seeks to fill a position for Fall 2015 in Microeconomic Theory at the tenured rank of Associate Professor or Full Professor.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants should possess distinguished research records and evidence of teaching and service. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applicants should submit a cover letter and a resume or c.v. either to EconJobMarket.org or by email to econ.recruiting@jhu.edu. Review of applications will commence on August 1, 2014 and will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled.

The Johns Hopkins University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and is strongly committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty. Women and minorities are especially invited to apply.


University of Texas at El Paso, College of Business Administration
Research Economist

The University of Texas at El Paso in El Paso, Texas, U.S.A. invites applications for one Research Economist. The monthly salary is $ 4,166 - $4,584. Earliest Start Date: Immediately.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The research economist performs and coordinates specialized research projects related to the trans-boundary economic development of El Paso del Norte Region (PdN).

- Implements and develops research projects undertaken by the Hunt Institute for Global Competitiveness in five main areas: Business and Economic Development, Education, Public Health, Natural Resource Management and Urban Planning.
- Reviews availability, relevance and quality of data in each and all jurisdictions included in the PdN region (west Texas, Southern New Mexico and Northern Chihuahua).
- Collects quantitative and qualitative data by implementing various methods (surveys, interviews, focus groups, case studies) depending on the variables to be measured.
- Analyzes and interprets economic, financial and statistical data.
- Assists the production of regional trans-boundary indicators.
- Maintains regional economic indicators' databases up-to-date.
- Identifies economic challenges facing the PdN region and proposes alternatives towards sustainable economic development.
- Drafts documents in both Spanish and English as well as communicates verbally with Spanish and English speaking stakeholders.
- Prepares reports and PowerPoint presentations to provide preliminary and final feedback of the analysis conducted to internal and external audiences.
- Conducts research in resolutions, ordinances, statutes and federal laws from all the jurisdictions (in Mexico and the U.S.) included in the PdN region.
- Assist the Program Manager in maintaining and updating existing databases of available reports, scholarly and professional analyses in the area regional economic development.
- Maintains periodic communication with the Hunt Institute's Executive Director and Program Manager.
- Contributes to the implementation of the Hunt Institute's goals and objectives accordingly to the University's policies and procedures.
- Participates in academic economic conferences, symposia and other related events of interest to the Hunt Institute for Global competitiveness.
- Supervises assigned personnel (research assistants) when needed.
- Other research duties may be assigned.

- Solid background in applied economics, with an emphasis on Regional Economic Development.
- An Advanced University degree in Economics or public policy.
- At least 3 years of experience in conducting research projects associated with the area of Regional Economic Development.
- At least 3 years of experience in the monitoring, evaluation and assessment of public and private development projects particularly in the area of business and Economic Development.
- Strong quantitative, qualitative and modelling skills.
- Solid grounding in the political and economic structures which prevail in the PdN region.
- Strong analytical, technical, oral and writing skills in English and Spanish.
- Flexibility to travel from time to time across state and federal boundaries.
- Ability to interact with tact and discretion with all manner of stakeholders in the region, especially with research institutes, universities and other higher Education Institutions and organizations.
- Ability to work with research software and statistical tools and programs.
- Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: A Masters degree in the fields of Economics, Political Science, Law, finance and other related areas.

- Required Application Materials: A resume, a letter of interest and a list of 3 references, are required in order to apply.
- Please send your electronic application through the UT system website (Job ID 1221) and follow the instructions at: https://zhr-candidate.shared.utsystem.edu/psp/ZHRPRDCG/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL/?tab=PAPP_GUEST&SiteId=2



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