Research assistant position, Inter-American Development Bank, Climate and Sustainable Development Sector

Job description

  • Work with senior researcher (Allen Blackman) on microeconomic analysis of environmental, natural resource, and climate change issues in Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Position begins spring-early summer 2024
  • One-year term with possibility of extension for a second year
  • Full-time (~40 hours per week)



· Required

o   Master’s degree in environmental economics or related field

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