Assist with the research of Professors John J. Donohue, Jacob Goldin, Daniel Ho, Daniel Kessler and Alison Morantz at Stanford Law School. Designed for graduating seniors or recent college or master’s program graduates, fellowships provide a unique opportunity for those considering graduate school, law school, and/or business school in the future.
This is a full-time position that will start in Spring or Summer 2019 and will last for one year.
Job responsibilities vary by position, but involve all aspects of the research process including:
- Conceptualization of suitable empirical methodologies and models
- Collecting, managing, and structuring quantitative datasets
- Statistical analyses of complex datasets and interpretation of results
- Communication with government officials, industry stakeholders, and research collaborators
- Report writing and manuscript preparation
- Bachelor’s degree, preferably in the social sciences or another relevant field
- The position is visa sponsorship eligible (J-1), and applicants with OPT are also eligible for this position.
- Outstanding academic credentials and intellectual creativity
- Eagerness to take initiative and solve intricate problems
- Excellent time-management skills and ability to work effectively with minimal supervision
- Experience in a quantitative discipline such as economics, political science, statistics, applied math, or engineering
- Exceptional research and analytical writing skills
- Programming experience in Stata, SAS, R, Python, or other languages is preferred, but not required
- Prior research experience and coursework in the empirical social sciences is preferred, but not required
Apply by October 29,2018 at this link: https://law.stanford.edu/empirical-research-fellowship/