Our jobs are designed to be academic alternatives with great health and retirement, travel and research money, and a tenure type committee to move up to senior economist. This is heavier on wind energy than a lot of the rest of our department. Applicants must be US citizens. Closing date is next Friday (February 25).
Seeking a postdoctoral research associate to join our interdisciplinary team!
Professors Arthur van Benthem and Susanna Berkouwer at the Wharton School are seeking a Research Analyst to support quantitative research in economics starting July 1, 2024.
The Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC)’s India branch is inviting applications for a postdoc to work on energy and climate adaptation projects in India with myself, Anant Sudarshan, and Michael Greenstone.
The Department of Economics at Missouri S&T is hiring an experienced energy economist starting in the fall of 2024.
Northern Illinois University is hiring a Director for NICCS, the Northern Illinois Center for Community Sustainability (https://www.niu.edu/niccs/index.shtml). This center is still in its infancy, having been formed to serve as a regional hub of the Illinois Innovation Network, which seeks to improve collaboration between state public universities, attract grant funding, and drive economic growth throughout the state.
Position description: The Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics (AFRE) at Michigan State University invites applications for a full‐time, 9-month, tenure track Assistant Professor with a 60% research and 40% extension assignment. The anticipated start date is August 15, 2024.
The successful candidate will join a team supervised by Prof. Carson Reeling on a project in partnership with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. The appointed Post-Doctoral Research Associate will lead the development and administration of surveys, derive appropriate theoretical and empirical approaches for analyzing survey data, and assist in preparing journal publications. The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to analyze existing data from recently-administered surveys and lead the development of research outputs (including peer-reviewed journal publications and extension articles) from this data.
Our search for the Spicer Assistant/Associate Professor of Collaborative Practice in Natural Resources in the University of Wyoming’s Haub School remains open with applications currently under review.
We are seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Researcher position in the Department of Applied Economics and Statistics at the University of Delaware. We may also consider applications from truly outstanding candidates with MS degrees. The selected individual will be working with Drs. Maik Kecinski, Kent Messer and Martin Heintzelman. See below for the application links and a more detailed job description.