Get involved!

Each semester, we hire interns to support our work; these internships provide an opportunity to learn about real-world challenges at the intersection of research and policy.  Interns typically focus on either data analysis or communications, and come from a variety of majors, including Economics, Global Affairs, Political Science, Computer Science, and more. 

Interested in getting involved?  We engage students in a number of ways:

You can also reach out directly with your CV and a statement of interest to inclusion.economics@yale.edu. 

I got exposure to all steps in the development economics research process, from sitting in on interviews with potential surveyors, to data cleaning, to research for a literature review, to communications and reports. There was an emphasis on getting the research results out to the people who can use them effectively. – Bilal Moin ‘24

It was exciting to be there as it happened...The dashboard helped ministers and officials get a much better idea about where they needed to send resources to help migrant workers. Our work helped inform policymakers about what sorts of actions they needed to take. – Michael Chang ’21

Read more about our Summer 2020 Internship Program

Due to the pandemic, many students' summer internship plans were canceled, including students whom Inclusion Economics at Yale University had identified to conduct in-person field internships in India that summer. Fortunately, we were able to instead offer remote opportunities to nine undergrads to work on a variety of projects, including new surveys on India's Covid-19 response.

For internship opportunities at Inclusion Economics India Centre or Inclusion Economics Nepal, reach out directly with your CV and a statement of interest to inclusion.economics.india@ifmr.ac.in or inclusion.economics.nepal@govlab.com.np.