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Teach for Australia, a new program started this year, is now taking applications for its 2011 cohort. Closing date is 6 April 2010.

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ANU Economics Jobs

The new ANU Research School of Economics is now recruiting. Here’s the formal spiel. Applications are invited for research intensive positions, from Lecturer to Professor. In an exciting new development, the Australian National University has announced the establishment of a … Continue reading

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RA work?

I’m presently advertising for a full-time research assistant, on a 12 month (renewable) contract. The skill-set I’m seeking is a convex combination of energy, economics nous, Stata knowledge, and high-level English proficiency (can you find more than 3 errors in … Continue reading

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Malvina Place is Hiring

The Grattan Institute is looking for Melbourne-based policy wonks with either analytical or communication skills. Job ad here. Closing date is Friday 28 August 2009, salary is $50-140k. The Institute’s head is former E*Trade CEO John Daley. Its 5 current … Continue reading

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My friend Carolyn Hough is the head of Google’s public policy and government affairs team for Australia and New Zealand. She is looking for a policy analyst (aka sidekick). Details here.

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UoC Economist

My colleagues up the road are looking for an economics lecturer. Details over the fold.

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Econ Jobs

The School of Economics at ANU is looking to hire an associate professor. Job ad over the fold, with a closing date of 22 Feb.

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Wanted: Economist to Do Own Research

My group – the Economics Program in the Research School of Social Sciences at ANU – is advertising for a junior economist (academic levels B/C/D) to do “close to full-time research”. The position description is over the fold. As academic … Continue reading

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Do economists make good ambassadors?

The Australian Youth Ambassadors for Development program is looking for economists. Details over the fold. In terms of world social welfare, there’s probably no better place for young economists to be devoting their energies than international development, so if you’re … Continue reading

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My colleague Jack Pezzey, at the Fenner School of Economics and Society, is advertising generous PhD scholarships in environmental economics, and also looking for a post-doc to work on the economics of greenhouse gas control.

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