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Postdoctoral Research Officer, The Oxford Martin Programme on Technological and Economic Change

Applications for this vacancy closed on 13 October 2017 at 12:00PM
THIS IS A READVERTISEMENT FOR VACANCY 128904. PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT
REAPPLY.



New technologies have the potential to fundamentally disrupt economic growth,
investment, savings, consumption, employment, incomes, pensions, careers and
productivity. Yet our understanding of what this will mean for the global
economy, and how it will impact on markets, cities and societies is, at best,
limited.



We are looking for an individual with the ability to undertake highly
innovative research in the economics of innovation and technological change,
and have strong skills in mathematics, programming, and large-scale data
analysis. You will hold, or be in the very final stages of completing a
PhD/DPhil in a field of quantitative science such as economics, management,
physics, mathematics, computer science, biology, statistics or engineering.
Experience in building mathematical models and analysing data, as well as
excellent quantitative and programming skills are required, as is the ability
to manage your own research and administrative activities and excellent
communication skills.



Located at the offices of INET Oxford, currently Eagle House, Walton Well
Road, Oxford, the Postdoctoral Research Officer will, under supervision of
Professor Doyne Farmer: contribute to the management and coordination of
research activities, administrative activities and grant reporting, initiate
and join collaborative projects and act as a source of information and advice
to other members of the group, disseminate the research as appropriate and in
particular present research outputs at conferences, workshops and to
stakeholders, and develop ideas for generating research income and assist in
applications for research grants.



This post is fixed-term for 2 years. It is hoped that the successful applicant
will start work as soon as possible.



The closing date for applications has been extended and is now 12.00 noon on
Friday 13 October 2017.



Please note that the University of Oxford's retirement policy is changing.
With effect from October 1 2017, all employees at Grade 8 and above will have
a retirement age of 68, and all employees at Grades 6 and 7 will no longer
have a set retirement age. Further details are available at:
www.ox.ac.uk/about/jobs/preemploymentscreening.

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THIS IS A READVERTISEMENT FOR VACANCY 128904. PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT
REAPPLY.



New technologies have the potential to fundamentally disrupt economic growth,
investment, savings, consumption, employment, incomes, pensions, careers and
productivity. Yet our understanding of what this will mean for the global
economy, and how it will impact on markets, cities and societies is, at best,
limited.



We are looking for an individual with the ability to undertake highly
innovative research in the economics of innovation and technological change,
and have strong skills in mathematics, programming, and large-scale data
analysis. You will hold, or be in the very final stages ...

THIS IS A READVERTISEMENT FOR VACANCY 128904. PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT REAPPLY.


New technologies have the potential to fundamentally disrupt economic growth, investment, savings, consumption, employment, incomes, pensions, careers and productivity. Yet our understanding of what this will mean for the global economy, and how it will impact on markets, cities and societies is, at best, limited.


We are looking for an individual with the ability to undertake highly innovative research in the economics of innovation and technological change, and have strong skills in mathematics, programming, and large-scale data analysis. You will hold, or be in the very final stages ...

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