Title: Visiting Scholar
- Employer: Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis (Research Division)
- Location: United States
- Position Type: Other Non-Academic
- Deadline: Feb 28, 2017
- Job Description:
Visiting Scholar Program
The Opportunity and Inclusive Growth Institute (the Institute) invites selected scholars to a residency at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis to pursue their research and work on projects related to the Institute's main mission of increasing economic opportunity and inclusive growth.
Up to three Visiting Scholar positions: a one-year term for early-career scholars who have obtained a Ph.D. in the Social Sciences. The program typically runs from September 1 through June 30.
All scholars are competitively compensated and receive office space at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, which includes an academic library facility. Additionally, scholars are supported by research analysts and administrative staff including assistance in gaining access to and proficiency with limited-access Federal Reserve System datasets relevant to the Institute’s mission.
Eligibility and Guidelines:
All applicants must have a Ph.D. in the social sciences with a demonstrated ability to conduct high-level, peer-reviewed scholarly research. Applicants should possess experience beyond the Ph.D. The Institute does not accept applications from doctoral or other graduate students.
Information about the Opportunity and Inclusive Growth Institute may be found at: https://minneapolisfed.org/institute
All applications undergo an initial internal screening to assess the strength and relevance of the research proposal. The applications that pass the internal screening are sent out for external review by the advisory board of the Institute. The final selection decisions are made by a committee internal to the Institute after consulting with the advisory board.
1. Follow instructions to create a candidate account and complete the application form.
2. Attach and submit an up-to-date CV within the candidate portal.
3. Attach and submit a research proposal through the candidate portal describing the project to be undertaken while in residence at the Institute (note: no more than 2 pages, single spaced, with standard 11- or 12-point font and 1-inch margins—excluding up to 2 pages of references and figures/tables). Supplementary materials such as papers and recommendations are not accepted.
Applications for residence during the 2017-2018 academic year are accepted between January 18 and February 28, 2017. Decisions are made in March 2017.
The Institute is committed to providing a work environment in which diversity is embraced and all employees are respected and valued. We define diversity as all the visible and not-so-visible ways in which people differ, including race, age, gender, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, mental or physical abilities, and the countless human traits, beliefs, and experiences that make us unique.
This position has closed. Applications are no longer accepted.