Reimagining monetary policy as a federal project

FEDMONEY is hiring a PhD candidate!

Job Opening

FEDMONEY is looking for a PhD candidate in law with a strong interest in economics and monetary policy. The focus of the PhD project, the second in the team, will lie on the evolution of monetary policy instruments used by the Federal Reserve and the Eurosystem (as well as the latter's precursors) and on the mechanisms to deal with regional economic imbalances within the jurisdiction of both central banks.

The fellowship provides a full-time employment opportunity for a duration of four years, with a starting date in September 2024. The PhD candidate will integrate the FEDMONEY team and should be a good team player. Candidates may be required to teach EU law tutorials to small groups of students. Candidates should have obtained a Master's degree in law (or equivalent). A degree in economics or a related field is a plus, as is knowledge of US law. Knowledge of French is also a plus, though not a requirement.

For any questions, do not hesitate to contact the project P.I. (Pieter-Augustijn Van Malleghem, pieter-augustijn <dot> vanmalleghem <at> uclouvain <dot> be).

More info can be found on EURAxess.