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Inclusion Economics at Yale University (YIE), a collaboration between the MacMillan Center and the Economic Growth Center, seeks an exceptional candidate as Postdoctoral Associate for the 2024-2025 academic year. This opportunity is for a one-year, full-time residential postdoctoral research fellowship, with possibility for renewal for one additional year.
Inclusion Economics at Yale University (YIE), a collaboration between the MacMillan Center and the Economic Growth Center, is seeking a Program Manager to manage project portfolios, including resource allocation, grant management, budgeting, stakeholder coordination, project planning, and execution of policy-research events. This is an opportunity for a highly-motivated, detail-oriented team player to take on a central role advancing a cross-country effort to enable cutting-edge research to understand how policy can promote inclusive, accountable economies and societies.
The Economic Growth Center (EGC) and The Data Intensive Social Science Center (DISSC) at Yale seek a data support analyst to be part of an integrated team sharing expertise and learning from each other to support cutting-edge research. The ideal candidate is a knowledgeable data enthusiast interested in exploring new interdisciplinary data resources and working to learn and implement new data architectures and systems including cloud and high-performance computing environments. The ideal candidate also has experience developing or delivering research services in an academic setting, has an understanding of the social science research process, and has skills and experience in the use of various tools for information access, management, analysis, and presentation.
The Economic Growth Center (EGC) and Inclusion Economics at Yale University (YIE) seek a Communications Associate to advance strategic communications efforts enabling policy-relevant research to reach public audiences. The role will involve promotion of research in focus areas – such as gender, climate change and governance – and also related to economic inclusion of poor and marginalized people in developing countries, in order to generate enthusiasm and understanding of this work among students, funders, potential research collaborators, and other audiences.
Reporting to the Deputy Director of the Economic Growth Center (EGC) at Yale University, the Research Manager will support research and grant administration for the Gender and Growth Gaps project and related EGC initiatives on gender. This position offers the qualified candidate an opportunity to support cutting-edge development economics research focused on analyzing gender gaps in the economy and society, across research, management, and policy engagement tasks.