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We are seeking to appoint part-time research assistant to fill the following vacancies. 

1. One part-time Research Assistant to provide general support to the research team (This position has already been filled)

  • write up results of research in both Chinese and English;
  • contribute to the production of research reports and publications;
  • post and update information on research progress and outcomes at the project website;
  • make internal and external contacts to develop knowledge and understanding and form relationships for future collaboration (e.g., providing administrative support to the organisation of symposiums, conferences or seminars)

Details can be found in the Job Description

Post Holder: Dr. Scott Ziyou Wang

2. Psychological frictions and incomplete adoption of mobile banking: Evidences from a randomized control trial experiment (** This position has already been filled)

Details can be found in the Job Description

Post Holder: Tony, Yu Yang To (MPhil in Economics Research, Faculty of Economics)

 

3. Social pressure, social comparison and employee performance: Evidences from a randomized field experiment. (** This position has already been filled)

Details can be found in the Job Description

Post Holder: Samuel Vosper (PhD candidate, Department of Land Economy)

 

4. Behavioural Science and Housing Decision Making (** This position has already been filled)

Details can be found in the Job Description

Post Holder: Logan, Yicong He (Tripos in Land Economy, Department of Land Economy)  

 

5. The Economic Implications of China’s One-Child Policy: A Gender Agenda (** This position has already been filled)

Details can be found in the Job Description

Post Holder: Jacky, Houqian Tong (MPhil in Economics Research, Faculty of Economics)

 

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