Here are some new open positions for environmental economists that made it in my inbox:

  • The Resource Economics Group is a younger, yet strong and dynamic group led by Klaus Eisenack, and Berlin is of course a great place if you like a place that has it all (history, culture, fast evolving, dynamic, artistic, young, fresh, hungry):
    Please see the information ( about a new position offered in the Resource Economics Group at Humboldt University. We are looking for a gifted modeller or game theorist to collaborate on fossil resource markets and climate policy. Applications of women are particularly welcome.


  • A new grop in Environmental Economics is developing in Exeter:
    Preference will be given to researchers in applied economics with strong empirical skills. They are particularly interested in candidates specialising in *any* of the following fields: environmental and resource economics, agricultural economics, development economics, health economics, natural and human capital, and behavioural economics. Methodologically, they especially welcome econometric, reduced-form, semi-structural or fully structural applied approaches as well as advanced programming skills using data that is experimental, quasi-experimental, observational (including administrative, spatial and GIS) data or considered “big data” (including earth observation/satellite data, network and social media data).

    The closing date is November 20 and details on how to apply can be found here .

    The University of Exeter Business School offers competitive salaries, benefits and research support. They embrace and promote diversity and offer flexible working hours.

    To learn more about the Department, please visit