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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Positions available

Health policy researcher at NIPFP


Founded in 1976, NIPFP undertakes research, policy advocacy and capacity building in areas related to public economics and public policy. NIPFP seeks to recruit two persons in the fields of:

  1. Reforming the health care regulatory system, which will include regulation of medical education, health professions and quality of medicines; and
  2. Building State capacity for disease surveillance.

We are looking for curious, motivated and qualified persons for research in public health and health care regulation. These are full-time positions. The persons will be required to support research in law, economics and public policy. The persons will be assisting in writing articles and research papers; and drafting laws. The position will involve working with people from varying backgrounds including economics, law and public policy. It will provide exposure to cutting edge research in the field of health.

NIPFP is a modern workplace with state of the art processes and technologies including Linux, Latex, SVN, R.

A background in economics or law is essential; domain knowledge on health is desirable. A minimum of one year of work experience is required. Ph.D. applicants are particularly welcome, and fresh Ph.D. applicants are welcome.

Desirous candidates may email a resume and a covering letter to consultants@nipfp.org.in where the Subject is "Health policy researcher position".

The positions will remain open until filled.

Technology policy researcher at NIPFP


Founded in 1976, NIPFP undertakes research, policy advocacy and capacity building in areas related to public economics and public policy. NIPFP seeks to recruit two persons in the fields of:

  1. Telecommunications law and policy, 
  2. Internet governance and broadcasting regulation
  3. Net neutrality
  4. Quality of mobile and data services
  5. Improving broadband penetration
  6. Spectrum management
  7. Privacy
  8. Security in the Internet age
  9. Competition policy issues in the new economy
  10. Complex IT systems as a tool for achieving State capacity

We are looking for curious, motivated and qualified persons for research in technology policy. These are full-time positions. The persons will be required to support research in law, economics and public policy. The persons will be assisting in writing articles and research papers; and drafting laws. The position will involve working with people from varying backgrounds including economics, law and public policy. It will provide exposure to cutting edge research in the field of technology policy.

NIPFP is a modern workplace with state of the art processes and technologies including Linux, Latex, SVN, R.

A background in technology is essential; knowledge of public economics and law is desirable. A minimum of one year of work experience is required. Ph.D. applicants are particularly welcome, and fresh Ph.D. applicants are welcome.

Desirous candidates may email a resume and a covering letter to consultants@nipfp.org.in where the Subject is "Technology policy researcher position".

The positions will remain open until filled.

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