We are pleased to announce two new post-doctoral research fellowship positions in our Climate Policy Lab.
- China’s energy innovation policy: 12 months starting January 2018
We are seeking a motivated a Ph.D. in innovation and policy analysis with a background in innovation, energy, and climate change. The postdoctoral fellow is expected to conduct research for a joint research project with Tsinghua University on China’s clean energy innovation system under the supervision of Professor Kelly Sims Gallagher, the Director of CPL. The aim of the project is to map the landscape of clean energy innovation in China, identify the good and the bad, determine major gaps and weakness, and draw policy recommendations. The postdoctoral fellow will be responsible for research and related activities for this project (e.g. conducting field work, engaging policy makers and other stakeholders, and coordinating with Chinese research partners), with assistance from Professor Gallagher and other CPL research fellows. In addition, when appropriate and requested, the postdoctoral fellow will be expected to represent CPL, and to contribute to CPL’s engagements with funders and policy makers. View full position description.
- Climate policy finance and investments (Haiti and Puerto Rico): 12 months starting January 2018
CPL is seeking a postdoctoral scholar with a focus on climate policy investments. The ideal candidate will have experience in research on climate policy design and implementation, international climate finance, an interest in synergies between mitigation and adaptation policy, and a demonstrated ability to synthesize research results into actionable policy recommendations. Familiarity with the Green Climate Fund and modes of access to climate finance is highly desirable. View full position description.