The Technology Policy Institute is seeking a research assistant to help analyze the economics and regulation of the information, communications technology, and energy sectors. The ideal applicant should have expertise in applied microeconomics, statistics, econometrics, and policy analysis and have excellent writing and communications skills. A demonstrated interest and undergraduate or graduate training in economics is preferred. This position is ideal for candidates seeking an opportunity to learn how economic tools are applied to public policy.
This is a paid, full-time position, but an appropriate candidate could begin part-time with a commitment of at least 20 hours per week, potentially becoming full-time in the future.
Qualified applicants should submit a resume, a copy of undergraduate and any graduate transcripts, a writing sample, and references to [email protected].
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