1) Clean and describe data, generating graphs, tables, or other summaries
2) Program in Stata, Python, R, or Matlab to analyze data using econometric tools
3) Collaborate with research team to develop economic models for projects
4) Write and/or proofread academic papers, reports, and presentations
5) Write and/or proofread grants
6) Train and supervise undergraduate research assistants
7) Responsibly handle confidential data
1) Working knowledge of research techniques in empirical economics
2) Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and an enthusiasm for learning new methods and skills independently
3) Strong ability to coordinate work with others and teams
4) Excellent oral and written communication skills
5) Excellent organization and attention to detail
1) Bachelorâ™s Degree, conferred by Summer 2019, in economics or related quantitative field
1) A minimum of one year of research experience with quantitative academic research
2) Additional professional experience in consulting and project management
3) Experience programming and working with empirical data
4) Experience working successfully in stressful environments and problem solving
Technical Knowledge or Skills
1) Proficiency in Stata
2) Proficiency in LaTeX
3) Proficiency of Microsoft Office suite
4) Proficiency of Google Suite
5) Experience with R, Matlab, Python helpful
1) Resume and/or CV
2) Research Statement
3) Unofficial Transcript
4) Sample of code in any programming language that you have used to conduct data analysis
5) Reference Contact Information (minimum of two)
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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