Visiting Positions in Economics and Finance
We have available several visiting positions for young and established scholars in the 2020 academic year (the whole year or a significant fraction of it).
Visitors are expected to contribute to the intellectual environment of the Institute and interact with other researchers; they may be asked to teach a short advanced course and to be available to talk to PhD students.
We also have a short term visiting program for scholars who can only spend shorter periods at the Institute. We can assist with childcare options and in the search for housing, both short and long term.
Terms and conditions
Visitors are offered competitive fellowships that differ depending on qualifications and their availability to offer some teaching. To know more about the program and the compensation for visitors please email or call either Luigi Guiso, (email@example.com, phone: +39 338 4691688), Francesco Lippi (firstname.lastname@example.org, phone:+39 06 4792 4836) or Daniele Terlizzese (email@example.com, phone: +39 06 4792 4170). Along with financial support, visitors will have access to the Institute research facilities, to ensure a comfortable and productive visit.
How to apply
Fill in the application form (Word file) and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org, specifying the time of the year you would be available. Candidates must also copy and include with their candidature the full text of the disclaimer concerning the processing of personal data. Preference will be given to researchers willing to visit during the academic year (September-June) and willing to stay longer than one month.
The Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance produces world-class research, with an emphasis on policy-relevant topics. It also aims to improve the quality of higher education in economics and finance in Italy by organizing advanced graduate-level courses, high-quality seminars and conferences.
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