Fellow in International Economics
Rice University’s Baker Institute seeks an experienced practitioner or academic to serve as the Will Clayton Fellow in International Economics. The fellow will conduct original policy research in international economics and make policy recommendations.
The Clayton Fellow will develop a research agenda including, for example, trade policy, international economic growth, economic development and currency markets. The Fellow will engage other fellows, policy-makers and the public in discussions.
Two years of experience in international economics in the public or private sector, or in academia, are required for this full-time position with competitive compensation. Doctoral candidates must have substantial previous work experience in the public or private sector to be considered.
The Baker Institute is a non-partisan, university-based think tank that produces high-quality public policy research. Review of applications begins immediately. Please apply to https://jobs.rice.edu/postings/13671. Rice University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.