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We are a research institute of the Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science. The Munich Center for Economics of Aging (MEA) at the Max Planck Institute for Social
Law and Social Policy studies, evaluates, anticipates and accompanies the micro- and macroeconomic aspects of demographic change. For our research unit "Life-Cycle Decisions",
we are looking for an
Economist as a post-doctoral researcher
with a sound knowledge of macroeconomic theory and economic modeling.
You will start as soon as possible and the initial employment contract will be for two years. An extension is intended.
You will model and simulate life-cycle decisions and their impacts on the macro-economy, on income and wealth inequality. Possible objects of research are retirement decisions, savings behavior, education and health investments for both time-consistent and time-inconsistent
individuals, and how such decisions change under social policy reforms. These topics will be discussed within the context of demographic change and political developments
both in Europe and worldwide.
Ph.D. in economics or close to finishing your Ph.D.,
Strong interest in public economics and macroeconomic policy analysis,
Profound knowledge in economic theory (e.g. life cycle and OLG models, present-biased
Good knowledge of numerical methods in economics,
Programming experience in MATLAB and others (e.g. Fortran),
Fluency in English is required.
We are an open-minded, motivated team of young researchers. We offer a stimulating research
environment with excellent contacts in our international research networks.
Further studies towards postdoctoral qualification are welcome and explicitly supported. The compensation will be in accordance with TVöD and the relevant experience of the candidate
("Entgeltgruppe 13"). The place of employment is Munich.
The Max Planck Society wants to increase its proportion of female staff in those areas where
women are underrepresented. Women are therefore explicitly encouraged to apply. The Max Planck Society strives to employ more disabled persons. Applications of disabled persons
are therefore especially welcome.