PhD Candidate in Environmental Politics
|Workplace||Zürich, Zurich region, Switzerland|
100%, Zurich, fixed-term
The International Political Economy and Environmental Politics group led by Professor Thomas Bernauer is offering a fully funded position for a Doctoral Student in Environmental Politics. The preferred starting date is January 2023. The funding is for up to four years.
The International Political Economy and Environmental Politics group is based both at the Center for Comparative and International Studies (CIS) and the Institute of Science, Technology and Policy (ISTP). Its research and teaching focus on examining the role of citizens and consumers as well as national socio-economic and political conditions in providing solutions to transnational environmental and economic problems.
You will contribute to a Horizon-EU collaborative project focused on identifying determinants of climate change attitudes and policy acceptance across Europe, based on large-scale social surveys and survey embedded experiments.
You should hold a Master degree in Political Science, Economics, Sociology, or Psychology and be very familiar with political science and political economy theories as well as quantitative empirical methods. An excellent command of English is essential and experience with survey research and survey and experimental methodologies will be an asset.
ETH Zurich is a family-friendly employer with excellent working conditions. You can look forward to an exciting working environment, cultural diversity and attractive offers and benefits.
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We look forward to receiving your online application including the following documents:
We only accept applications submitted through the ETH online application portal below. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
For further information about the group, please visit our website . Questions regarding the position should be directed to Dr. Keith Smith by email (no applications).
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