Fellow in International Economics
Posted: 3/5/2018 (Employment)
Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy is seeking an experienced practitioner or academic to serve as the Will Clayton Fellow in International Economics.
The Clayton Fellow will develop a policy research agenda including, for example, trade policy, international economic growth, economic development and currency markets. The Fellow will engage other Institute fellows, policy-makers in government and the public in discussions involving international economics.
Concentration / Degree Type
Economics, public policy, business, law, political science, finance, or related field.
Master’s degree, JD, or PhD in economics, public policy, business, law, political science, finance, or related field.
Type of Experience
– Work experience in international economics in the public or private sector, or in academia.
– Proven excellence in research as demonstrated through publications, reports or books.
**Doctoral candidates must have substantial previous work experience in the public or private sector to be considered for this position.
Preference will be given to candidates with specialized knowledge in existing programs at the Baker Institute.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Review of applications will begin immediately. For best consideration, please apply by March 21, 2018.
Location: Rice University