General Overview about the Stages of the Job Market
30-minute workshop led by Antonio Cabrales and David Schindler to give all candidates a general overview about the various stages and their timings of the Job Market.
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The Job Market Package
30-minute led by David Schindler to learn how to put your job market package together (including how to write the intro of the JMP, securing good letters of recommendation; things to say and things to avoid on all letters submitted) and whether to prepare a video presentation.
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Interviews & Flyouts
A 30-minute workshop on the interview and flyout stages. Learn about the logistics of these stages, and what to expect. Advice on behaviour, things to say etc., during interviews and fly-outs.
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Preparing for the EJME - webinar hosted by the RES
A 60-minute workshop offering info on what hiring institutions are looking for; what to expect from a virtual jobs market, an insight from a 2021 new recruit; how to prepare for a 1st interview; what to expect from an academic visit; choosing between your offers.
Full information, including a recording of the session here
Panel organised by EEA's Minorities in Economics (MinE) Committee & European Committee for LGBTQ+ Economist (ECQE)
Join Massimo Morelli (Bocconi University, Chair of MinE), Marianne Saam (Leibniz Information Centre for Economics) and Alexander Monge-Naranjo (European University Institute) to address any concerns, as a candidate on the forthcoming job market, you may have concerning disabilities, LGBTQIA+ identities, and race and ethnicities.
The Central Bank Experience
Would you like to know more about work and research in a central bank? Join Fadi Hassan (Banca d'Italia) and Eva Ortega (Banco de Espana) to learn more. Fadi and Eva will also walk you through any questions you may have about being a researcher in a central bank.
Coffee with Recent Candidates (co-organised with the European Association for Young Economists - EAYE)
Join Christoph Albert (Collegio Carlo Alberto), Teresa Esteban-Casanelles (KCL), Evan Friedman (PSE), Louise Guillouet (OECD), Sara Shahanaghi (TSE) for a 30-minute virtual session. Not only will they share their experiences as candidates on the virtual 2020 and 2021 EJMEs, they will answer questions that you may have about being a candidate on the job market.