Two post-doctoral research fellows in the economics of peace and security Sweden:

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) is recruiting up to two post-doctoral research fellows in the economics of peace and security. We are looking for candidates with an interest, attention in the economics of security and terrorism in OECD countries (Position A), or the economics of conflict and peace building in developing and transition countries (Position B). All applicants should have a strong background in applied economics, statistical methods and econometrics. Fluent English is a pre-requisite; know-how in providing evidence-based policy advice and obtaining external research grants would be, a prospective an advantage. 

Position A: Requires knowledge with the economics of security and terrorism in Europe and OECD countries and, preferably, familiarity of German and experience with composite indicators.  

Position B: Requires experience, understanding in household survey data analysis and impact evaluation and, if possible, knowledge, know-how of Kyrgyzstan or Russian and experience in Central Asia. 

  • For more information: contact: Helena Berger (Email: berger@sipri. org) or visit 

Further Information

Application Deadline: 7 December 2012

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