The Institute of Economics (IdEP) at the Università della Svizzera italiana in Lugano, Switzerland, invites applications for one post-doctoral research position in applied microeconomics. The position is for two years. The starting date is March 2020, but a later date is possible.
Researchers with experience in Economics of Aging, Health Economics, Labor Economics are particularly encouraged to apply.
The successful candidate is a young researcher holding (or being close to completing) a PhD in Economics. (S)he will conduct independent research while concurrently contributing to the research activities of the Center for Economic and Policy Research on Aging (CEPRA).
Active participation in the research team and interactions with the other professors and PhD students are expected.
The position does not involve any teaching.
The contract is for two years at 80%, with salary according to the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF) guidelines. The successful candidate can extend the contract by participating in competitive funding opportunities, both through career funding projects (e.g. SNF Ambizione, Marie Curie, etc.) or as part of a research team (e.g. standard SNF projects). The University provides support in the application procedures.
To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter, up to two reference letters, a CV, a job market paper and a list of other papers and publications to EconJobMarket (or directly to email@example.com if not available).
The received applications will be regularly reviewed until the position is filled. Owing to the potentially large number of enquiries received, only those applicants whose profiles are likely to fit the position will be notified for further details and interviews. Qualified applicants will be contacted starting from December 2, 2019. We aim to interview shortlisted candidates at the EEA Job Market, Rotterdam (Netherlands) December 18-19, 2019.
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