EVENT RESCHEDULED: Originally this Friday, the Fed Coffee has been rescheduled to Monday at 10:00 AM in North Hall 2113. Do you like research but aren't sure what you want to do with it? Thinking about graduate school in economics but want to build your resume? Think about applying to work for the Federal Reserve! … Continue reading Federal Reserve Faculty Coffee Q&A moved to Monday!
The Federal Reserve would like to invite you and your students to watch live Exploring Careers in Economics at 7:30 a.m. on October 19, 2018. During the event, students will hear from and engage with Federal Reserve economists and research assistants. Organized to broaden awareness of careers in economics and to further develop a diverse pool of … Continue reading Federal Reserve Virtual Session – Early Friday
Dear Colleagues, The Department of Finance (Finance) is now accepting applications through July 20, 2018 for Finance Budget Analyst (FBA) positions in Sacramento, California. We are looking for high-performing individuals who are interested in being part of the team that advises the Governor’s Office on policy and budget issues. Finance analysts play a key role in helping shape … Continue reading CA Dept of Finance looking for Finance Budget Analysts
Dear Colleagues, One of our economists in the Economic Research Unit has decided to move closer to family, and I am hoping you can help find us a replacement. This position would be ideal for candidates who are practical, flexible, and are interested in influencing policy, but might be frustrating for someone who wants to … Continue reading State of California Department of Finance Looking for Econ Grads
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Our very own Professor Peter Rupert will be giving a lecture at the All Gaucho Reunion on Saturday, April 28th, 10:30 - 11:30 AM at the Mosher Alumni House. He will be discussing recent and expected moves by the Fed along with trends in housing and real estate. Dr. Peter Rupert, Former Senior Economic Advisor … Continue reading WTF: Watching the Fed & Other Things by Peter Rupert
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We are writing on behalf of the Research Analyst recruiting team at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Each year we recruit Research Analysts to work closely with the economists in our Research group; at the moment, we are recruiting research analysts to start this spring or summer. Research Analysts play an integral role … Continue reading New York Fed looking for Undergrad Summer Research Analysts
Good Morning, The Economic Analysis Group of the Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice, has openings for unpaid summer internships, as an economic research analysts in Washington, DC. We are looking for detail-oriented highly motivated individuals interested in microeconomics and who have completed a course in econometrics or a similar discipline. Interested applicants should send a … Continue reading US Dept of Justice looking for Economics Interns Summer 2018
This message is for Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and recent graduates. The Hoover Institution at Stanford University is hosting a one-week public policy boot camp from August 19-25, 2018. This program, which covers the essentials of today’s national and international public policy landscape, will instruct college students and recent graduates in the economic, political, and social aspects of US … Continue reading Apply to attend Stanford Public Policy Boot Camp (FREE) early Deadline Feb 1!