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The Center of Econometrics and Economics invites applications for positions in theoretical econometrics, applied microeconometrics and labor economics. Successful applicants are expected to have an outstanding research agenda in one or more focus areas including theoretical and applied microeconometrics, labor economics, duration analysis, treatment analysis, non- and semiparametric models, time series analysis, robust and nonparametric evaluation methods and mathematical statistics. Researchers are expected to have an outstanding capability in designing, coordinating and implementing research projects, disseminate research results through journal articles, publications, workshops, and presentations to professional audiences.




Latest News

July, 2015

The Scandinavian Journal of Economics awarded the David Davidson Prize, named after the founder and first editor of the journal, to Gerard van den Berg (University of Mannheim) and Johan Vikström (IFAU, Sweden) for their paper “Monitoring job offer decisions, punishment, exit to work, and job quality”. The paper was chosen by the editors as best paper of 2014.

April 28, 2015

Update about our job market candidates: Petyo Bonev went to Mines ParisTech, Johannes Schoch to KPMG and Michèle Weynandt to PwC. Andreas Dzemski will go to Gothenburg University and Alexander Paul to Aarhus University.

June 4, 2014

We congratulate former CEEE member Pia Pinger who received the prize of the Karin Islinger Foundation for her doctoral dissertation. The prize money is 1000 Euro.

May 23, 2013

Successful job market candidates! We congratulate our job market candidates Pia Pinger and Ina Drepper who have found positions as assistant professors (tenure track) at the Universities of Bonn and Tilburg. 

December 14, 2012

In one of his latest studies, Gerard van den Berg examines the economic consequences of one of the most traumatic events parents can experience: the death of a child. He finds long-term effects on the bereaved parents' economic situation and health. For an overview over the main results please have a look at the press release "The economics of grief" in English and German.