We are looking for
Would you like to work on innovative impact approaches for assessing agricultural and private sector practices and services in an international development context?
Do you have experience with R and Stata and are you able to switch between the two of them?
Wageningen Economic Research has an extensive international network and a leading position in impact policies and programs in the field of impact analysis and innovative impact approaches for assessing business practices, services and international development interventions.
We cooperate with private and public actors in various disciplines.
We are seeking a junior researcher who can support the impact evaluation group at the international policy division of Wageningen Economic Research.
The successful candidate has experience in applied econometric research, data management, and the integration of quantitative and qualitative methods.
Experience in an international development context is an advantage. She / he will work in multinational, multidisciplinary teams on agricultural private sector development.
The position will be based in our office in The Hague, The Netherlands, with regular national and international travel responsibilities.
As econometric researcher you will evaluate the impacts of innovative agricultural and food policies, by the private sector, sector platforms, NGOs and governments.
Job description :
This applied research provides private and public players in the sector with high quality data and contents analysis to support the formulation of business strategies and government policies.
using R and Stata, and qualitative research methods.
€4,934 based on 36h working week).
Would you like to know more about this vacancy? We will be more than happy to provide you with further information. For questions regarding the content, please contact Sabine Versteden, Head of Section, +3170 335 8199.
For questions regarding the selection process, please contact Linda van der Tang, HR Advisor,
Please submit your application no later than 23 October 9 : 00 am . Please apply online via . Only applications via this apply button will be considered.
The first round of interviews will be on Friday 9 November in The Hague , so be sure to keep this date free. This vacancy is open to both internal and external applicants.
In case of equal suitability, the employee in the service of Wageningen University will be given priority over the external candidate.
an independent and internationally leading socio-economic research institute. Wageningen Economic Research offers governments and companies (socio)economic insights and integral advice for sound policies and better decision-
making in an innovative way. We have been an expert in the playing field of healthy nutrition, lifestyle and the living environment for over 75 years, and are known as a knowledge institute that provides insight into the capacity of our planet on the one hand, and human actions on the other.
For this we make use of and develop, among others, policy analysis, future studies, chain and consumer research, evaluations and monitoring systems, based upon our data, models and knowledge.
Within Wageningen UR and together with the Centre for Development Innovation (CDI) and the university’s Department of Social Sciences (DMW), Wageningen Economic Research is part of the Social Sciences Group.
DMW, Wageningen Economic Research and CDI comprise the entire knowledge chain of fundamental scientific research (DMW), applied scientific research (Wageningen Economic Research) and consultancy and capacity building (CDI).
As a result, Wageningen Economic Research provides access to this comprehensive range of expertise.