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CY Cergy Paris Université

ThEMA (Théorie Economique, Modélisation et Applications) is a research centre in economics and management science, located at the University of Cergy-Pontoise. It is an UMR (Unité Mixte de Recherche), a joint partnership with CNRS since 1996. It hence gathers together University professors and CNRS Researchers. It also hosts Professors of the Department of Economics of ESSEC Business School. ThEMA is currenctly directed by Eric Danan and gather around 60 researchers, more than 40 PhD students and 5 administrative staff and technicians. The research activity essentially concerns theoretical microeconomics (game theory, decision theory, social choice, general equilibrium), applied microeconomics (development economics, family economics, inequality economics, transport economics, taxation economics, education economics, and competition policy), macroeconomics, labour and international trade, finance (corporate finance and financial markets), and marketing.

Danmarks Nationalbank

Danmarks Nationalbank is the central bank of Denmark and is a self-governing, independent institution. The independence of Danmarks Nationalbank is incorporated into the Danmarks Nationalbank Act from 1936, in that the bank's Board of Governors is solely responsible for determining monetary-policy interest rates.

Danmarks Nationalbank's three main objectives are to contribute to ensuring stable prices, safe payments and a stable financial system.

De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB)

De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) is the central bank of the Netherlands. We want to safeguard financial stability and thus contribute to sustainable prosperity in the Netherlands. To do so, as an independent central bank, supervisor and resolution authority, we work alongside our European partners to ensure (1) price stability and a balanced macroeconomic development in Europe; (2) a shock-resilient financial system and a secure, reliable and efficient payment system; (3) sound and ethical financial institutions that fulfil their obligations and commitments. By high-quality, policy-oriented scientific research and independent economic advice, we strengthen policies aimed at our primary objectives.

Deutsche Bundesbank

The Deutsche Bundesbank is the independent central bank of the Federal Republic of Germany. It has formed part of the Eurosystem since 1999, sharing responsibility with the other national central banks and the European Central Bank for the single currency, the euro. The main purpose of research conducted by the Bundesbank is to develop and consolidate academic expertise in the fields of monetary economics, banking and financial stability. It supports the Bundesbank's decision-making process and is a factor behind the central bank's excellent reputation in academic circles and at other policymaking institutions.

Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

DICE is an Institute of Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, Germany. Since its founding in 2009 DICE stands for excellence in research and teaching. DICE conducts research on Competition Economics, its research is applied, theory-led and evidence-based Economics by means of Economic Theory, Econometrics, Behavioural Economics, Institutional Economics and International Economics.

E.CA Economics GmbH

E.CA Economics is one of the leading economic consultancy firms providing case-related advice and research in the competition policy and regulation fields. Our work includes mergers, antitrust and state aid cases, economic analyses within regulatory procedures and studies on competition policy issues for international organisations. Our international team of over 40 economists works in a wide variety of sectors and in numerous European jurisdictions. Our headquarters are in central Berlin with offices in Brussels, London and Munich as well. We work as one team across offices and our main language is English. We are currently actively recruiting Economists with an interest in microeconomics, industrial organization and competition policy. Please check our vacancies to find out more.

ESCP Business School

Assistant/Associate Professor in Finance – Madrid Campus, Turin Campus Location: Madrid or Turin; Salary: Competitive; Closing date: November 20, 2022 Job Description & Qualifications: Candidates for the Assistant Professor position should have completed or be near to completing a PhD, and are expected to undertake high-quality research in Finance. Candidates for the Associate Professor position must already have an established track record of top-tier publications, as well as solid teaching evaluations. The department invites applications from strong candidates in any field of specialization. Application Procedure: Candidates should submit complete application packages to by November 20, 2022, indicating in the Subject the campus or campuses they are applying to – i.e. Madrid, Turin, or both. Application packages should include: 1.Cover letter; 2.CV; 3.Research statement; 4.Teaching statement (including teaching evaluations, when available).


GRAPE is an independent, non-governmental research center in applied economics. We house a cheerful crew of accomplished academics and brilliant adepts and strive to produce high quality academic research (including working papers). We are currently ranked 8th in Poland according to IDEAS/REPEC. Since foundation in 2011, GRAPE|FAME develops research programs in economics of inequality, pension systems, efficiency and misallocation, applied macroeconomics and cultural economics. Each research program is organized in projects, as GRAPE is financed through scientific grants. In the interest of academic integrity and transparency, we openly share data and methods. We care about equality in academia. In addition to scientific research, researchers GRAPE attempt to reach a wider audience. We write columns for mainstream media on regular basis, and participate in policy oriented debates.

ifo Institute

“Shaping the Economic Debate”: The ifo Institute wants to help shape the economic policy debate in Germany and Europe. We can do this because we combine excellent research with economic policy relevance. Our research findings provide policymakers and business leaders with a basis for making informed decisions. We prepare economic findings in such a way that the media and the public can understand and classify current economic and political events. The people at the ifo Institute, its supporters, and its committees make it possible to fulfill our mission. Our close cooperation with Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) in Munich is an important basis for our success.

Institute for Employment Research

The Institute for Employment Research (Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung, IAB) is a leading institution of labour market research in Europe and advises policy makers and the professional public. It researches the entire range of the labour market from the perspective of different disciplines. High-quality research based on comprehensive (administrative as well as survey) data bases and published in top scientific journals form the foundation of sound policy advice and professional knowledge transfer. We offer our researchers numerous opportunities for further advancement through our large international network and a wide range of qualification programmes. In our actions, we pay close attention to high quality, transparency, participation, respectful interaction with each other, the compatibility of job and family, and sustainability.

Institute for Fiscal Studies

IFS is Europe’s leading centre for microeconomic research and is an authoritative commentator on a wide range of policy issues. It is a politically independent registered charity aiming to bridge the gap between academia and the wider public. Postdoctoral fellows will work within a team of researchers at IFS whose direction of research fits with the researcher’s expertise and interests. This will likely include a mix of senior academics and IFS research staff. We will work with successful applicants to secure the best fit for their research interests and strengths and to encourage them to develop these to mutual advantage.

Keystone Strategy

The pace of technology innovation and change is driving unprecedented unknowns for the legal community, their companies, clients, and constituents. Technology breeds new legal issues, many that have never been encountered or considered before. When technology meets the law, the need for breakthrough thinking and cross-dimensional analysis becomes paramount. Keystone is focused on the intersection of technology, science, economics, and business strategy. We specialize in building expert strategies and sourcing hard-to-find external experts to support complex technology-related cases. Driven by skilled practice leaders and supported by a staff of computer and data scientists, Keystone’s Economic and Technology Advisory (ETA) practice provides top-tier advisory, as well as expert strategy and sourcing to leading law firms, large technology firms, and government agencies.

Kiel Institute for the World Economy

The Kiel Institute for the World Economy sees itself as the research institute in Germany for globalization issues. Our researchers investigate the drivers and effects of international economic activity, the integration and disintegration of global markets as well as the opportunities and limits of political action in open economies. The Institute analyzes the world economy not just as the sum of individual national economies, but rather as a global economic area that must be understood and shaped. We have tasked ourselves with identifying emerging global economic challenges and developing practical solutions that are compatible with open markets and competition while also taking account of everyone’s standard of living.

King's College London

The King’s Business School and the Economics group are a thriving international research and teaching community. Located in the Bush House, a historical building in the heart of London, King’s Business School is the ninth and newest faculty at King’s College London. There are presently 140 academic staff and a full range of undergraduate, masters, and PhD programmes.

Lancaster University

NERA Economic Consulting

NERA Economic Consulting is a global firm of experts dedicated to applying economic, finance, and quantitative principles to complex business and legal challenges. For half a century, NERA’s economists have been creating strategies, studies, reports, expert testimony, and policy recommendations for government authorities and the world’s leading law firms and corporations. We bring academic rigor, objectivity, and real world industry experience to bear on issues arising from competition, regulation, public policy, strategy, finance, and litigation.