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Research Projects Internship

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The Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) is looking for a Research Projects Intern

The CEPR is now in the process of expanding their activities in France and plans to move their headquarters to France within the next two years. As part of this growth, they are seeking an intern to work in their projects team.

The CEPR is an independent, non-partisan, pan-European non-profit organisation. Its mission is to enhance the quality of policy decisions through providing policy-relevant research, based soundly in economic theory, to policymakers, the private sector and civil society.

The CEPR is now seeking a bright, enthusiastic individual, with excellent administrative and organisational skills. In addition, he/she will have:

  • A (recent) university degree and be currently engaged in a master’s programme focused on development economics
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • High degree of familiarity with the MS Office suite, particularly using Excel
  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Live in the Région Paris-Île-de-France and have the right to work in the EU

3-month remunerated internship position (full or part-time) - €1,000 gross per month.
Starting date:
February 1st, 2023 (preferred).
Reports to the Senior Research Officer.

Applications should be made by submission of a cover letter and CV in English to jobs@cepr.org, quoting "RPI22-WEB".

DEADLINE : MONDAY, January 16th, 2023 at 5 PM CET, but applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

For objectives, full job description and person specification, please read CEPR's internship posting (in English, PDF 157.04 KB).

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RESEARCH ASSISTANTS FOR ANR Project "REALLYCREDIBLE"

Clément DE CHAISEMARTIN is looking to recruit two Research Assistants from September 2022 to July 2023 (but may start as early as June 2022).

The research assistants will upgrade and extend Professor Chaisemartin’s Stata and R packages, and notably those for two‐way fixed effects and difference‐in‐differences analysis, namely twowayfeweights and did_multiplegt. The research assistants may also use those packages in some empirical applications.

The research assistants may also assist users of those packages that contact Professor Chaisemartin with questions. 

Ideally, the research assistant would work full time, though applicants available at least 3 days per week, including 2 days in‐person at Sciences Po, will also be considered (in this case, please mention your part‐time availability in your cover letter).

Candidates should meet the following requirements:

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Economics or an equivalent degree. 
  • A solid training in econometrics and in methods for causal inference is required. Some formal training in programming/Computer Sciences is a plus. 
  • The applicant needs to have advanced programming skills in Stata and R. Having already programmed Stata and/or R packages is a plus. 
  • Fluent in English.

Candidates are invited to submit a CV, a cover letter and a transcript of the required degree, by email to Pilar CALVO-ALVAREZ.
Please indicate "Research Assistant Sciences Po – ANR REALLYCREDIBLE" as the subject of your email.

NB Your CV should include the name and e‐mail address of a professor that can serve as a professional reference, and that Professor Chaisemartin may contact. If the applicant has already programmed Stata and/or R packages, those should be described in the cover letter, with a link the packages can be downloaded from.

All candidates will be given feedback by the end of June.

More details concerning the position and application contents (PDF, 74.73 KB)

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