Research Fellow, Queen's Management School
Application closing date 09/02/2021
Salary £38,017 per annum
Job category/type Research
We seek to appoint a highly-skilled Research Fellow to join the Northern Ireland Administrative Data Research Centre (NI-ADRC) team. As part of the team you will undertake a programme of work using linked datasets to understand a range of policy-relevant issues, potentially to include issues around pollution and health, education, and welfare reforms, working closely with other team members including the Director of the NI-ADRC Professor Dermot O’Reilly and Professor Duncan McVicar. This post is initially available for a period of twelve months.
- Hold or be about to obtain a PhD in economics or a related discipline
- At least 3 years relevant research experience in micro-econometric analysis of administrative or survey data, and effective research dissemination.
- Experience of publishing, or ability to publish, in top international journals.
- Ability to contribute to broader management and administrative processes.
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