International Economy Program internship
The intern will gain valuable skills in applying economic analysis, exposure to substantive international debates on a range of issues, and the opportunity to contribute to these debates through detailed analysis and research.
The successful candidate will have a demonstrated keen interest in international economic issues and a strong academic background in economics and/or a related discipline such as finance, business, political economy, or law. The ideal candidate will be numerate, detail-oriented, and possess strong writing skills.
The internship will be supervised by the Director of the International Economy Program and run for two to three days a week for three months (with possibility of extension) from January 2017.