Name of Organizational Unit: Department for Economics and Data Analytics (DEDA)
Duties and responsibilities
The Intangible Assets & Innovation Data Research Fellow will be dedicated to the data activities of the project, such as: a) Contribute to managing the IA project with LUISS – including related correspondences, project documents, and organizational matters, including as they relate to the institutional or research committees.
b) Collect, evaluate, analyze and process intangible asset and innovation data, and produce related reports, as well as leading a related book publication.
c) Support the GII team in innovation indicator collection as well as the conceptualization and crafting of novel innovation indicators
d) Provide support for data visualization and social media posts and activities.
e) Provide support to other matters of concern to DEDA and IES, including briefings of senior management.
Advanced-level university degree in data science, economics, statistics or related field. Desirable:
PhD diploma in relevant field.
Experience in economics (or similar) and be very comfortable with data ingestion and database handling large data sets and indicator development. Desirable:
Have a background or interest in innovation data and policy.
Knowledge of intangible asset and innovation data work. Relevant international project management experience. c) Languages:
Essential: Excellent (written and spoken) knowledge of English.
d) Specific skills and competencies: Essential: Strong and demonstrated IT and statistical skills, including advanced knowledge of statistical software, in particular R programming language, and ability to use code hosting platforms such as GitHub.
All interested candidates should send to the [email protected] the following documents-
Motivation letter –
Curriculum Vitae – Provide two persons who can be contacted for reference checks
The application deadline is Friday, September 15, 2023.
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