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2 FT Position - San Francisco - Public Policy Institute of California - Research Associate

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  • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
    ... Public Policy Institute of California has two fulltime Research Associate positions open for application. The first one is focused on aspects of the
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      ----- Forwarded by Asha Weinstein/SJSU on 05/04/2005 01:56 PM -----

      Public Policy Institute of California has two fulltime Research Associate
      positions open for application.


      The first one is focused on aspects of the globalization of California's
      economy & on international trade and investment more generally, while the
      second one (scheduled to be posted on our webpage later today) looks at
      issues relating to state and local government finance, intergovernmental
      relations, state and local health policies, and social policy such as
      welfare and immigration.

      For both positions, candidates should have strong experience in quantitative
      analysis and proven analytical ability, solid computer skills (most
      importantly, SAS and/or STATA; also Excel, Lexis-Nexis & bibliographic
      search engines, and ARC View), and excellent written and verbal
      communication skills.  1-2 years of part-time but intense & substantive RA
      work in academia could provide the appropriate level of skills.  These
      positions offer good opportunities for candidates with a policy interest who
      are considering entering a PhD program in 2-3 years.  This can also be a
      good opportunity for candidates with a BA or Masters who are interested in
      developing their research skills further but who don't have a well-defined
      interest in pursuing additional graduate training.

      More detailed descriptions along with application instructions can be found
      at http://www.ppic.org/main/opportunities.asp
      <http://www.ppic.org/main/opportunities.asp> .
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