A research fellowship is available at Yale Law School as part of the Tobin Center for Economic Policy Fellows Program at Yale University. In addition to working closely with Yale faculty, the program provides formal training and mentoring, as well as membership in a group of peer RAs working on different projects through the Tobin Center. This job opportunity is ideal for students interested in pursuing a PhD in economics or a related field.
The fellow will assist Professor Zachary Liscow on empirical research projects examining the political economy of redistribution and the sources of high infrastructure costs in the U.S. We are looking for applicants with eagerness to take initiative and solve intricate problems. Prospective applicants can find out more about the position and application instructions at this link: https://tobin.yale.edu/why-does-it-cost-so-much-build-infrastructure-us-and-political-economy-redistribution.