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Post-doctoral opportunity at McGill

The Canada Research Chair in Social Statistics and Family Change at McGill University is looking for a post-doctoral fellow for a research project hat will examine to what extent economic experience over the life course influences conjugal and fertility behaviours and, conversely, the effect of family trajectory on an individual's financial situation. The analyses will be based on a unique database matching the 2011 Canadian General Social Survey, a large retrospective study investigating respondents’ family and work trajectories, with their tax files from 1982 to 2013. The initial appointment is for one year, with possible renewal for a second year, and carries an annual stipend of $35,000 plus travel budget for conferences. The position can start between September and December 2018. To know more and apply, click on the title of this news,

Admissibility criteria: Ph.D. degree obtained within the last 5 years and completed by the date of appointment; experience of longitudinal data analyses with survey or administrative data. To apply send to [email protected]: A letter of application stating the starting date of the fellowship and outlining the experience of the candidate in relation to the research project; a CV; one letter of recommendation (preferably from the thesis adviser) sent separately.

Applications are being accepted immediately and submissions will be received until a suitable candidate is found. For additional information, contact [email protected] or [email protected]