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Job opportunities such as internships and academic positions will be posted on the website. If you are interested in working in a particular EfD centre, please contact the country's centre administration directly. N.B. Please check visa requirements as this may prevent you from being employed.


    EfD Project administrator

    The Department of Economics, Environmental Economics Unit requires an experienced and self-motivated Project Administrator. Duties The Project Administrator’s main tasks include: Managing agreements including principal grant agreements with donors and subcontracts with third parties Reviewing agreement text, budgets and appendices


      Three PhD Research projects ‘Linking African Smallholders to Dynamic Markets’

      The Development Economics Group at Wageningen University, the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre (CIMMYT, Mexico) and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI, USA) are searching for three PhD researchers for three complementary PhD projects on innovations that help African smallholders to establish linkages to input and output markets.


        Opening for Visiting Assistant Professor at ISI, Delhi

        The Centre for research on the Economics of Climate, Food, Energy and Environment (CECFEE) in the Economics and Planning Unit at the Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi, India is looking to hire a Visiting Assistant Professor.


          Project assistant- EfD Initiative

          We now announces a temporary position as a project assistant in EfD at the Department of Economics beginning 2017-02-01 until 2018-01-31 with possibility of extension for another year. The position is based at the Department of Economics, University of Gothenburg. Closing date for applications is 2017-01-09.


            Openings for Postdoctoral Researchers in Energy, Natural Resources and the Environment- Resources for the Future

            Resources for the Future (RFF) currently has openings for 1-2 postdoctoral researchers in its Postdoctoral Program in Energy, Natural Resources and the Environment. The program is designed to provide unique opportunities for postdoctoral fellows to contribute to projects underway, pursue new lines of inquiry, and participate with RFF fellows and senior fellows in engaging fully with policymakers in Washington, DC. RFF is a nonprofit, nonpartisan research institution focused on independent economic and quantitative policy analysis ( RFF is committed to scholarly excellence and policy application and offers an outstanding environment for academic publication and high-level communication of research to policy audiences.


              Assistant Professor or Associate Professor with Tenure level- Duke University

              Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy ( seeks applicants for a tenure-line appointment at rank appropriate to seniority.  The successful candidate will be expected to teach and conduct research relevant to energy policy, and help develop the University’s Energy Initiative (    


                Lead Economist- The Nature Conservancy

                The world faces pressing global challenges, from climate change to increasing food, energy and water demands. The Nature Conservancy believes we can meet these challenges and make progress towards a future that balances the needs of people and nature through major changes in decisions about natural resource management, economic development investments, and market systems.


                  Duke Kunshan University: 5 Faculty Positions in Environment

                  Duke Kunshan University seeks applicants for a cluster hire effort for the newly established Environment Program. Duke Kunshan will grow a core faculty with expertise in environmental economics, policy, and science as part of its interdisciplinary research and education initiative.