Junior Economist - Micro-Drivers of Economic Performance, Paris
Organization: OECD - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
City: Paris, France
Office: OECD Paris, France
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Closing date: Sunday, 6 May 2018
The OECD is a global economic forum working with 35 member countries and more than 100 emerging and developing economies to make better policies for better lives. Our mission is to promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world. The Organisation provides a unique forum in which governments work together to share experiences on what drives economic, social and environmental change, seeking solutions to common problems.
The Science, Technology and Innovation Directorate ( STI) helps OECD member countries and other key economies build an environment conducive to translating science, technology and knowledge into innovation in order to create economic and social value added.
The Productivity and Business Dynamics (PBD) division of the STI is responsible for comparative analyses of the microeconomic drivers of economic growth, productivity and business dynamism, and the ways in which these are affected by globalisation, the digital transformation and structural change.
STI is looking for a Junior Economist to support PBD’s work on micro-drivers of economic performance and business dynamics and productivity. The selected person will work under the supervision of the Head of the PBD division.
Quantitative analysis and policy analysis
Contribute to PBD’s work on productivity, business and wage dynamics:
Carry out empirical analysis based on distributed firm level data; matched employer-employee data and commercial databases to investigate policy relevant issues on productivity and business dynamics.
Support further development and updating of statistical routines within the OECD MultiProd project.
Provide assistance to the Going Digital project and Inclusive Growth Initiative:
Contribute to the development of a microdata infrastructure relevant for analysing key firm-related economic trends and undertake empirical analysis of economic performance in the digital economy.
investigate the sources of inclusive growth and the productivity-inequality nexus.
Research and drafting
Undertake research and contribute to the production of documents, working papers, publications and clear policy messages on micro-drivers of economic performance, designed for policymakers and the interested public.