Overview of the Role
The Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School and the Mathematical Institute are looking for an outstanding scholar to contribute to a new project focusing on understanding macroeconomics, financial stability and long-run technological change from the bottom-up using micro-level data and complex systems methods. The project will develop new models of the global economy using network analysis, agent-based modelling and other approaches.
The post holder will report to Professor J. Doyne Farmer, who is Complexity Economics Programme Director and Principal Investigator on the project. The post holder will be an expert in the field of complexity economics and will act in a leadership role within the Complexity Economics Group, which consists of eight postdocs and twelve DPhil students, as well as visitors. The post holder will provide day-to-day supervision for research assistants and will be responsible for their own grant funded research project within a discrete area of the wider research programme.
Applications are invited from scholars with a completed post-doctoral experience and a proven track record of research at a high standard within economics, finance, complex systems, data science and applied mathematics. The post holder will be entitled to office space at the Institute for New Economic Thinking.
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Desirable selection criteria
|Keywords||complexity economics; macroeconomics; innovation;|
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