|Salary:||£31,960 to £36,705 pa inclusive with potential to progress to £39,432 pa inclusive of London allowance|
|Placed On:||25th January 2023|
|Closes:||28th February 2023|
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Programme on Innovation and Diffusion (POID) at LSE
Salary from £31,960 to £36,705 pa inclusive with potential to progress to £39,432 pa inclusive of London allowance
Fixed term appointment for 1 year (with option to renew for 2 years)
The Programme on Innovation and Diffusion (POID) is seeking to appoint a Research Assistant for a one-year period. The project will use cutting-edge research into how to boost productivity through nurturing innovation – ideas that are new to the world – and how to diffuse these ideas across the economy.
The project is led by Professor John Van Reenen. The role-holder will play a major role in the planning, design, and implementation of the project and will co-author all outputs accordingly. The role will assist with data matching, processing, modelling, and analysis and will contribute to co-authored top-journal-quality publications.
The successful candidate should have an undergraduate degree in Economics or other quantitative discipline. A MastersinEconomicsorotherquantitativesciencediscipline(butmusthaveverygoodknowledgeofeconomics) by post start date is desirable.
Essential criteria include: advanced experience of using Stata for analysing large scale micro data sets; experience of large scale data driven projects; experience of data work requiring great accuracy and attention to detail; ability to identify appropriate methods of economic investigation; ability to interpret and analyse patterns or trends in data; and ability to think through economic problems analytically. Ability to perform literature reviews for obtaining data from data providers and running survey; and excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to convey technical material in non-technical terms for policy and other non- academic stakeholders are essential, as is the collation, presentation of other team members’ work and integration of this into own work as required. The ability to work independently for long time periods without close supervision is a requirement. A demonstrated knowledge of and interest in economics of innovation and technological change, the wider context of industrial/growth strategy and current policy issues related to productivity is desirable.
We offer an occupational pension scheme, generous annual leave and excellent training and development opportunities.
For further information about the post, please see the how to apply document, job description and the person specification.
Applications must take the form of a full Curriculum Vitae (CV) or Resume, a Covering Letter and an electronic copy of one relevant research paper
If you have any technical queries with applying on the online system, please use the “contact us” links at the bottom of the LSE Jobs page. Should you have any queries about the role, please email C.H.Tocock@lse.ac.uk
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