The Global Economy and Development program at Brookings aims to shape the policy debate on how to improve global economic cooperation and fight global poverty and sources of social stress. The Research Analyst supports the Vice President and Director of the program, as well as the Fellow, by providing research, writing, data and statistical analysis related to policies and trends affecting developing countries including global poverty, the global middle class, fragile states, globalization, inequality, foreign assistance and development effectiveness. As an integral member of the Development Assistance and Governance Initiative (DAGI) research team, she/he performs analysis with limited supervision and delivers high quality output in a timely manner.
The Research Analyst creates, manages, organizes and analyzes large complex data sets; participates in the development, dissemination and presentation of research findings; assists in the organization of meetings and events; and provides administrative assistance as needed.
This is a two-year termed appointment.
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