NORFACE PhD scholarship
Title: NORFACE PhD scholarship
- Employer: Paris School of Economics (Paris School of Economics)
- Location: France
- Position Type: Other Academic
- Deadline: Jul 14, 2018
- Job Description:
The Paris School of Economics is partner to a European (Norface) project on human capital dynamics and inequality, altogether with Bergen University and the Institute of Fiscal Studies London. At PSE, the project is managed by Eric Maurin and Marc Gurgand.
We offer a three year doctoral scholarship (gross monthly wage 1,900 euros) starting on August, 1st (or September, 1st) to work on the project general topics: family conditions and economic shocks during childhood and adolescence and their effect on schooling; the role of public investment in favor of the youth; the impact of family and peer behavior on human capital investment; track choices; interactions between various forms of human capital investment during the life cycle; human capital as insurance. Projects will be empirical, using primarily French, Norwegian or British data.
The doctoral student will benefit from the general environment provided by PSE’s agreement with leading French labor market institutions, under a Chair in Labor Economics, including facilitated access to data. A post-doc and a doctoral student have already been hired on this Norface project at PSE.
Candidates must have a high level training in Economics at the master level from a leading university, with demonstrated capacity in applied econometrics and labor economics.
PSE’s PhD committee will separately assess the quality of their training and their capacity to join the PSE PhD program.
Please send a CV, a motivation letter indicating your research interest and preliminary projects, as well as master grades and diploma and one or two recommendation letters.
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