Research Associate, Initiative on Household Finance and Decision-Making
Imperial College Business School offers a diverse and vibrant environment in which to work. Located in the heart of South Kensington in our impressive Foster-designed building, the School delivers world-class business education and research.
Reporting to the Professor Tarun Ramadorai, this is an exciting opportunity to join a professional, busy and expanding department
Duties and responsibilities
A deep academic understanding of household beliefs, preferences, and constraints, and the drivers of household decision-making in financial and other markets has been limited, in part because of historical constraints on data and computing availability.
The aspiration is to establish a knowledge base on the underlying factors affecting household decisions in financial and other relevant markets such as housing. This knowledge base can feed into better designed micro-and macro-economic policy, advice and advocacy at the household level, and private sector product innovation that benefits households. You will contribute to several research projects, which require the use of a variety of financial and economic analysis approaches and skills.
- Hold PhD or near completion of one in Economics or Finance
- Theoretical and statistical / econometric analyses in research projects
- Communication and dissemination of academic research to a variety of audiences
- Teaching experience
This full-time post will commence in July/August 2021 for a fixed term of 24 months (with possible extension for up to a further 12 months).
Imperial College offers a wide range of benefits as well as a unique opportunity to work with friendly and dedicated people. We also offer you our commitment to training and development and a generous leave provision.
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