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Post-Doc Position at Crawford School


Post-Doc Position at Crawford School, ANU: Climate Change and Energy Economics

We are looking for a post-doc with computable general equilibrium and/or macro-economic modeling experience to work with on our Australian Research C

ouncil

funded project “Energy Transitions: Past, Present, and Future” at the Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National

University in Canberra. Details of the position are here: http://jobs.anu.edu.au/PositionDetail.aspx?p=2943

The higher stated salary is the rate of pay for a candidate with a completed PhD.

Please contact David Stern (david.stern@anu.edu.au) if you have any questions about the position, project, working at ANU etc. before

applying.

(information from: http://www.isecoeco.org)

The economics of soil biodiversity and ecosystem services – Postdoctoral Fellow, Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3)

Applications close: 8th October

2012 (CET 17:00)

The Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3), offers a two year postdoctoral fellowship as part of the EU project EcoFINDERS (Ecological Function and Biodiversity Indicators in European Soils). Th

e postdoc will contribute to a large interdisciplinary team but will focus on the economic analysis associated with the conservation of soil biodiversity and impacts on ecosystem services. It is expected that the successful candidate will join BC3 in November 2012.

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Applications close: 8th October

2012 (CET 17:00)
The Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3), offers a two year postdoctoral fellowship as part of the EU project EcoFINDERS (Ecological Function and Biodiversity Indicators in European Soils). The postdoc will contribute to a large interdisciplinary team but will focus on the economic analysis associated with the conservation of soil biodiversity and impacts on ecosystem services. It is expected that the successful candidate will join BC3 in November 2012.
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Call for a 3-year Ph.D. position at the Institute of Social Ecology, Vienna, Austria

The Institute of Social Ecology (Alpen- Adria University) invites applications for a 3-year Ph.D.
position based in Vienna, Austria. The candidate should have finished his/her Master’s
degree with a focus on participatory and stakeholder processes and should be familiar with
some of the tools (e.g. SMCE, FCM, etc.) used to mediate science and society. Candidates
with an interdisciplinary background and exposed to research fields such as ecological
economics, social and human ecology, and sustainability science in general will be preferred.
The Ph.D. position will be part of the newly launched Doctoral School in Social Ecology (DSSE
- http://www.uni-klu.ac.at/socec/eng/inhalt/297.htm) and the scientific work embedded
within an on-going EU project. The Ph.D. topic will be centred around participatory /
stakeholder process, the exact details of which are negotiable with the project leader and
supervisor. The Ph.D. is to be written in English, but knowledge of German and/or Spanish
will be an advantage. The position is expected to start as early as 1st October 2012.
Candidates shortlisted for this position will

be invited for a direct interview. Interested
candidates to apply via email with a cover letter describing your background, motivation and
experience (no longer than 2 pages), along with a CV that includes list of publications and
names of three

referees who we could contact.

Please send application to:
Mag. Barbara Smetschka (Deputy Director, Administration)
Barbara.Smetschka@aau.at

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