Internships and Fellowships Opportunities at American Institute for Economic Research 2020, USA

Publish Date: Jan 20, 2020

Deadline: Jan 31, 2020

Internships and Fellowships Opportunities at American Institute for Economic Research

Founded in 1933, American Institute for Economic Research educates Americans on the value of personal freedom, free enterprise, property rights, limited government and sound money. AIER’s ongoing scientific research demonstrates the importance of these principles in advancing peace, prosperity and human progress.

The Institute is located on a beautiful 100-acre campus in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. Our staff and visiting researchers enjoy a Cotswold-style manor estate, office complex, lake, huge library, and archives dating back over 85 years.

From full-time employment to week-long colloquia, AIER offers a variety of opportunities for professionals and students alike.

Residency for visiting scholars and interns is provided in the manor or cottages right on campus, close to the beautiful town of Great Barrington.


As a paid intern at AIER, you will work closely with staff on projects relating to your interests. Your skills can be applied to scholarly research, program/event planning, marketing, graphic design, communications, editorial writing, and development/fundraising.

Housing is provided in the AIER manor or cottages right on campus, close to the beautiful town of Great Barrington. Those visiting from outside of New England are also eligible for a $750 travel stipend. Many meals are also included.

Applications are welcome throughout the year.

Applications reviewed:

  • February 1st
  • June 1st
  • November 1st

Accepted candidates are notified within 30 days.

Harwood Graduate Colloquia

These four-day events are intended for graduate students and consist of a combination of interactive discussions and provocative lectures based on pre-assigned readings. Participants are given ample time to interact with each other and prominent scholars. Topics vary by year and may include: Alternative Governance, Monetary Policy, Economic Freedom, The Business Cycle, Economic Methodology, and Property Rights.

Our goal is to encourage promising graduate students to push the frontiers in their understanding of governance institutions, forge new research collaborations and network with their peers and established scholars from this field.

Upon successful completion of the colloquium, participants are awarded an honorarium ($1000 for US & Canada / $1500 for others). Meals and accommodations are provided.

Registration Fee: $250

2020 Colloquia Dates and Topics:

  • March 1 – 5: Introduction to Economic Freedom and Monetary Policy (in association with Ball State University)
  • May 24 – 27: Sound Money
  • June 15 – 18: Methodology, Markets, and Government
  • September 17 – 20: The Business Cycle and Capital Markets
  • October 1 – 4: Economic Freedom and the Environment

E.C. Harwood Visiting Research Fellowships

AIER works closely with scholars in the fields of economics, political science, philosophy, history, and law. Those involved in other disciplines are also considered. Our visiting scholars include professors, post-doctoral fellows, PhD students, and masters students. Applications from independent researchers and authors are also welcome.

Visitations range from 2 to 15 weeks, with accommodations provided at our campus in Great Barrington, MA. AIER provides visiting scholars with a $250/week living stipend and lunch during most workdays. A travel stipend is also provided for fellowships lasting 10 weeks or more.

Applications are accepted throughout the year.

Applications reviewed:

  • April 1st
  • July 1st
  • October 1st
  • January 1st

Accepted candidates are notified within 30 days.

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