Research Assistant, Max Planck Institute for Public International Law, Heidelberg [Germany]

Research Assistant in project on development cooperation
Max Planck Institute for Public International Law, Heidelberg / Germany (Germany)

The Max Planck Institute for Public International Law (Heidelberg) offers 2 research positions in the interdisciplinary research group on “Law and Governance of Development Cooperation”, starting from October 2009.
Type of Position: Economist / Analyst / Researcher
Type of Institution: Government
Institution: Max Planck Institute for Public International Law, Heidelberg / Germany

Application Deadline: July 15, 2009
Contact: Dann, Philipp
Max Planck Institute for Public International Law, pdann[ at ]mpil.de

The research group under the guidance of Dr. Philipp Dann will be composed of lawyers, economists and other social scientists. It will study the normative framework of development cooperation and the process of institution building therein. The economist on the team should develop her own project in the field of institutional economics of foreign aid by focusing, for example, on the analysis of donor-recipient interactions or the role of evaluation systems in foreign aid programmes. The concrete topic should evolve in substantive discussion within the group and should allow for synergies with other studies in the project.”

For further information see:
http://www.mpil.de/ww/en/pub/news/job_offers.cfm
or contact: pdann[ at ]mpil.de