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Jobs

The role of land market in the adaptation of agriculture to climate change, at The French convergence institute CLAND and Paris-Saclay Applied Economics (PSAE),

Candidate profile:

  • Strong command of data management and conducting independent applied econometric analyses. Command of R programming and GIS is a plus.
  • Familiar with recent economic research on climate change, land market or land use changes. Specifically, knowledge of the impacts of climate change on agriculture and related adaptation strategies is a plus.
  • PhD in Economics
  • Willing to take the initiative and the ambition to pursue a scientific career.
  • Documented experience in scientific writing and publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
  • Good English communication skills. Knowledge of French language is facultative

Scientific context:

Paris-Saclay Applied Economics is the economic research unit of the French National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food, and the Environment (INRAE) in Paris-Saclay. INRAE is a public research establishment hiring more than 12,000 people in about 200 research units located throughout France. The institute is among the world leaders in agricultural, food and environmental sciences. INRAE’s main goal is to be a key player in the transitions necessary to address major global challenges. Through top scientific research, our research community pushes back boundaries and set a course for the future – a future that you can help to shape.

  • You will study how the land market functioning in France and Europe affects the adaptation of agriculture to climate change.
  •  You will work at the Paris-Saclay Applied Economics research unit in close collaboration with the CLAND community of the University Paris-Saclay.

Duration :

after October 1, 2022 or as soon as possible after that date, 2 years-duration

Localisation :

New Paris-Saclay Campus (Palaiseau, 40 minutes by public transports from downtown Paris)

Salary:

The salary is based on French standards and takes into account previous experiences.

Contact details:

François Bareille, francois.bareille@inrae.fr, and Raja Chakir, raja.chakir@inrae.fr, by July 15, 2022 (by midnight Paris time).
You should include a motivation letter, two reference letters and your academic CV.

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