The AFSE wants to contribute to the placement of young economists both in academic and nonacademic positions. At the occasion of its 2016 Annual Meeting in Nancy, the AFSE is happy to propose new Job services for its members.
Universities, research institutions, public and private companies are all invited to join the AFSE association, to participate in its 2016 Annual Meeting and to benefit from the following services:
You plan to hire an economist between June 2016 and May 2017, post a Job Opening on the AFSE Job Market Database (AFSE-JMD). You can update your job opening whenever you want after the first posting. The database is active from the dates of the AFSE Annual Meeting to May next year at the latest. Job candidates can consult your offer during this period. Then, the database is reset.
Job Market services will open on April 15, 2016.
Go to the AFSE job market web page: http://www.afse.fr/gene/main.php?base=100030
At the 2016 AFSE annual meeting, you will be able to meet with future job candidates by three channels: Job market paper tagged in parallel Sessions, Poster Sessions and Interviews.
First, you can browse the final program and select the parallel sessions which welcome specifically tagged job market papers.
Second, you can join the Poster session to meet young economists presenting their work and profile: Monday, June 27 during the cocktail party from 7 to 8.30 pm.
Third, you can meet with a future job candidate for an interview by using the special interview service offered to you when you post a job opening on the AFSE-JMD (see above for accessing the AFSE job market web page).
This year, the AFSE organizes during its Annual Meeting, two thematic sessions on specific areas of “Jobs for economists”. In these special jobs sessions, economists from private or public companies, and directors of post-graduate programs and/or Research Institutions are invited to discuss the evolution of the jobs in their field of expertise and to share their experiences with future job candidates.
* Firm Strategies and Markets Regulation, Monday, June 27; 2 pm-3.30 pm
* Finance and International Economics, Tuesday, June 28; 2.30 pm-4 pm