GRAPE is looking for candidates interested in joining the team. We intend to hire two part-time assistants (the work load for each is about 20 hours a week) for two projects, including
- EXPECT led by Jacek Suda [modeling unpredictable economic policy]
- MiRaReD led by Joanna Tyrowicz [pension systems and their reforms]
The profiles of requirements differ between the projects, but we welcome applications from candidates who have interest in applied and quantitative economics. In particular, we are seeking to fill:
- one part-time position in microeconometrics of individual level data using large datasets and multiple data sources (experience in working with data is a plus);
- one part-time position in macroeconomic DSGE modeling (previous experience with DSGE modeling would be appreciated but is not required).
Knowledge of English is a must. Prior experience with Matlab/Fortran/Mathematica and STATA or R constitute an advantage.