The Bennett Institute for Public Policy invites applications for two Research Assistants. The Bennett Institute is a brand-new multi-disciplinary research centre committed to producing world-leading research on policy questions in the age of disruption. It is based at the University of Cambridge, and housed within the Department for Politics & International Studies, and is led by its inaugural Director Professor Michael Kenny and Professor Diane Coyle, the Bennett Chair of Public Policy. The Research Assistants will undertake a range of research tasks in support of the Institute's programmes of research which include: the determinants and measurement of productivity; prosperity and innovation in the modern economy; how and why 'place' matters in public policy; the relationship between science, technology and democracy; and the importance of well-being and public health as goals for policy-makers. The successful candidates should have a good first degree in the Social Sciences or another cognate discipline, a good understanding of the policy-making process, and excellent knowledge of qualitative and/or quantitative research. The deadline for applications is 2nd July 2018. It is anticipated that interviews will be carried out on 24th July.
Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 2 years in the first instance.
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