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Research Assistant for BB&T Moral Foundations of Capitalism Programs #T00649Department:
Econ, Mgt, Proj MgtSalary Range:
Assist the BB&T Distinguished Professor of Capitalism on applied empirical economics research projects.Research Assistant will gather data and search information in support of applied economics research projects. Tasks will involve working with large datasets, spreadsheets and conducting analysis in computational software including Stata, R and others.Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities Required for this Position:
Understanding of current quantitative methods used in data gathering, cleaning, and preparing for analysis. Competence in spreadsheets, websites, databases, and computational software including Stata, R and others. Ability to create summary reports.Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree and one year experience conducting data analysis or one year masters work in a field related to using data analysis in applied economics settings; competence in standard computational software packages.Preferred Qualifications:
Experience assisting on completed research publications and reports in applied economics is preferred.Open Date:
07/27/2021Open Until Filled:
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Applicants must apply online. Background/E-Verify:
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