Research Assistant, Genoeconomics (NBER)

The Research Assistant, Genoeconomics (NBER) position is a full-time position starting in summer 2020. The chosen candidate will work with economics professors Dan Benjamin (University of Southern California), David Cesarini (New York University), David Laibson (Harvard University), and their co-authors. This position will work out of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) offices in Cambridge, MA. The ideal candidate is someone who is interested in genoeconomics (i.e., the identification of genetic variation that is associated with variation in economic behavior), and is likely to pursue a PhD in economics, genomics, statistics, data science, or a related field.

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Cambridge, MA
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