International Economics Post-Doctoral Fellowship

About

The International Economics Post-Doctoral Fellowship offers the opportunity to join the Dartmouth international economics group for a year between the completion of a Ph.D. and the start of a tenure-track assistant professorship. Post-doctoral fellows receive a competitive academic year salary, an office in the Economics department, a small research fund and moving costs. The obligations of the selected Post-Doctoral Fellow are to be in residence at Dartmouth for the academic year, to take part in the normal research-related activities of the Department (seminars/lunches etc.), and to interact with the trade and broader economics faculty in the Department and at the Tuck School.

The requirement for acceptance of the position is that the candidate has accepted a tenure-track assistant professorship or the equivalent at a research institution and can put off his/her start date for a year to be spent at Dartmouth.

How to Apply

Applications are considered through EconJobMarket.org. A call for applications will be posted in the fall, and the fellow will be notified in the winter.

2021-2022 Fellow

Sebastian Ellingsen is the 2021-2022 Dartmouth International Economics Post-Doctoral Fellow. Sebastian received his Ph.D. from Pompeu Fabra and will be joining the University of Bristol as a lecturer in July 2022.

Previous Fellows

  • 2020-21: Charly Porcher, Assistant Professor at Georgetown University, Ph.D. from Princeton University.
  • 2019-20: Chenzi Xu, Assistant Professor at Stanford's Graduate School of Business, Ph.D. from the Harvard University   
  • 2018-19: Nick Tsivanidis, Assistant Professor at Berkeley's Haas School of Business, Ph.D. from the University of Chicago
  • 2017-18: Sharat Ganapati, Assistant Professor at Georgetown University, Ph.D. Yale University
  • 2016-17: Kevin Lim, Assistant Professor at University of Toronto, Ph.D. Princeton University
  • 2015-16: Oren Ziv, Assistant Professor at Michigan State University, Ph.D. Harvard University