We welcome participation from the multiple disciplines represented at CMC, including government, psychology, science, history, economics, finance, accounting, public policy, humanities, and others. Research can range from such topics as individual- or firm-based studies (e.g., psychology of entrepreneurial behavior) to topics such as the impact of technological shocks to job growth and development. Research with a public policy focus is encouraged, as is research that connects entrepreneurship to the arts and humanities.
The research analyst positions provide hands-on experience for students during the academic year. Students are expected to keep regular office hours at the CIE when they are conducting research, and compensation will be competitive ($10-12 per hour depending on qualifications.) Students will gain valuable skills, including hands-on experience with state-of-the art research methods, data generation, collection, hypothesis testing, analysis, in addition to learning more about various aspects of entrepreneurship.
Applications for student analyst positions are due: September 26, 2016.