The School of Economics at the University of Maine is reviewing graduate applications for Fall 2021. We offer Master's degrees in Economics (MS and MA), Resource Economics & Policy (MS), and Financial Economics (MA). We also advise students in the MS and PhD programs in the Ecology and Environmental Science program and in the dual-degree Global Policy and Economics Master's program. High-qualified applicants are eligible for an assistantship package that includes tuition, some health insurance assistance, and a generous stipend. We have teaching and research assistantships available for a Fall 2021 start. Our graduate students gain valuable research experience on a variety of projects, they find great jobs after graduation, and some go on to pursue a Ph.D. elsewhere. While we review applications on a rolling basis, applicants interested in assistantships should submit their applications by January 15, 2021.
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To apply, visit https://umaine.edu/graduate/apply/. (See posting for details.)
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POST-DOC POSITIONS AT UNIVERSITY OF MILAN-BICOCCA AND UNIVERSITY OF VERONA
The members of the research group working on the project New approaches to political economy: from methods to data are searching for potential candidates to fill some post-doctoral research assistant positions (assegni di ricerca), inviting expressions of interest (EOI) from researchers working in the fields of game theory, political economy and monetary theory.
Suitable candidates, identified following the steps explained below, will be offered a contract for up to two years as post-doctoral fellows (assegnisti di ricerca) based either at the University of Milan-Bicocca or the University of Verona.
The project, which has been funded by the Italian government under the 2017 PRIN program, is devoted to the study of the strategic interactions among candidates, parties and citizens involved in the political life of a polity, with a theoretical, empirical and experimental analysis. The research units in Milan and Verona are in charge of the theoretical and experimental components of the project. The theoretical part develops in three strands: the first strand is methodological, and tackles the issue of the desirable properties of the equilibria of voting games; the second focuses on the relation between constitutional rules and outcomes, both political and economic, with a particular focus on the themes of gender and politics; the third is concerned with the implications for the economy at large. Experimentally, we are interested in testing how people would actually play political games.
Areas of interest
• Non-cooperative game theory
• Political economy (in particular, gender & politics, European issues, political institutions and experiments in political economy)
• Monetary theory (with particular interest in the microfoundations of monetary economics, along the lines of the New Monetarist paradigm)
Description of the positions
Duration: 1-2 years
Gross salary: 25000-30000 euro per year
Starting date: October 2021
Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in Economics or expect to complete it by September 2021
Application Process & Deadline
EOI should be submitted by email to email@example.com no later than May 31, 2021, with the following items:
2) Research proposal
3) Job market paper
4) At least one reference letter
Please send the first three items combined in a single pdf file via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with subject: EOI – FIRST NAME, LAST NAME
Reference letters can be sent directly by email to email@example.com, with subject: Reference for FIRST NAME, LAST NAME (of the applicant)
An online job interview will be scheduled in due course. The candidates shortlisted for the interview will be notified by email.
To apply, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. (See posting for details.)
The Credit Research Initiative (CRI) team is a world leader in studying and applying the modern data analytics and conventional economic/financial models to credit risk analysis under the Asian Institute of Digital Finance (AIDF) of the National University of Singapore. We invite Ph.D. candidates/holders from quantitative disciplines to apply for the Research Fellowship.
The CRI is committed to achieving academic excellence and practical relevance. It was launched after the 2008-2009 financial crisis and premised upon the concept of credit ratings as a public good. Over the course of its developments, it has produced top-tier original research and has helped a wide range of financial institutions, supranational organizations and FinTech companies to solve real-world problems. In collaboration with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the CRI has developed an automated stress-testing tool based on the CRI PD system – the Bottom-up Default Analysis (BuDA) toolkit. Together with a Singapore-based FinTech company, our technology is extended to help build its credit rating system for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). The CRI team currently actively pursues a research project on Natural Language Processing (NLP) to extract credit-focused sentiments in media to complement the structured financial and behavioural data. Looking into the future, the CRI will continue to make the most of data analytics, further automate the system and make the products more actionable for various users.
RESPONSIBILITIES (INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO):
· Conducting individual research for journal publications on credit risk management, data analytics, natural language processing, machine learning, deep learning, financial modelling, finance/economics empirical analyses, algorithm development, databases, etc.
· Participating in the CRI operations in terms of model development/validation, data production, system enhancement and knowledge dissemination.
· Participating in the consulting projects for external parties (e.g. bespoke model development/validation).
· Expecting/Holding Ph.D. degree from a quantitative discipline, e.g. Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Engineering, Operations Research, Marketing, Economics, Finance, etc. The successful candidate is expected to obtain his/her Ph.D. degree at the time of appointment.
· Intending to do good research and striving to have a real-world impact.
· With great curiosity and outstanding ability to learn fast.
· Strong team spirit and comfortable working with a diverse team in a multi-cultural environment.
· Responsible and resilient when faced with challenges.
· Excellent oral and written communication skills.
· A detailed CV including publications;
· A statement of future research plan and samples of research work;
· Two reference letters.
Applicants should submit their applications electronically to email@example.com.
For more information about CRI, please visit https://nuscri.org/en/
To apply, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. (See posting for details.)
The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business invites applicants for a full-time (pre-doc) research assistant or postdoctoral associate (one position but can be filled at either level) for up to 10 months in our finance area, intended for placement in the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, with an intended start date in summer 2021. The position will be based in Ithaca, NY.
The position is funded by an external grant intended to construct a database on the global history of banking crises, and the candidate would be involved with scholarly research related to the sponsored project. Professor Matthew Baron is the principal investigator of the sponsored project. The ideal candidate should have research experience in economic and financial history, in addition to other topics related to finance and banking. Candidates who have done archival work or worked with historical data are preferred. The ideal candidate should enjoy historical scholarship and writing.
The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business (established on July 1, 2016) combines three Schools: the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management (Johnson), the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management (Dyson), and the School of Hotel Administration (Hotel School). The Johnson School offers MBA, Accelerated MBA, Executive MBA, and Ph.D. programs. Courses and programs are taught at Cornell’s main Ithaca campus, the Cornell Tech campus in New York City, and other locations across the globe.
For full consideration please ensure that your application is complete by April 1, 2021. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position has been filled. Applications received after April 1, 2021, will be reviewed if the position has not been filled.
The following materials are required:
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We invite applications for two three-year research positions, one in Denmark and one in the UK, to be taken up on 1 July 2021 or soon thereafter. The positions are open for candidates of all nationalities. We see diversity as a strength and encourage all candidates regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, disabilities or religion to apply.
The positions are for interdisciplinary theoretical and experimental work in ergodicity economics and neuroimaging, funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation, and to be carried out in a collaboration between the London Mathematical Laboratory (LML) and the Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance (DRCMR). A brief project description is here.
The researchers are expected to collaborate closely. One position will be based at LML in London and the other at DRCMR in Copenhagen. Both researchers are expected occasionally to travel to the other location, and video conferencing is encouraged where possible.
The LML position will focus on extracting good experimental designs from the theory, and the DRCMR position will work closely with the experimentalists, though there will be considerable overlap. For the LML position, please apply below.
For the DRCMR position, please follow the instructions here.
Salary and terms of employment
Salary: £45,000 p.a. plus pension contribution.
Benefits: £2,000 p.a. research budget; costs of obtaining a visa; and a relocation package consisting of a flight to London, quarantine, shipment of personal effects, and two months’ stay in LML’s guesthouse. Dependants are included in the relocation package.
Application deadline: 30 April 2021. Video interviews of shortlisted candidates will be held in May.
To apply, visit https://lml.org.uk/research/economics/research-positions-in-ergodicity-economics/. (See posting for details.)
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