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RESEARCH ASSISTANTS FOR ACADEMY PROFESSOR

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RESEARCH ASSISTANTS FOR ACADEMY PROFESSOR

Aalto University School of Business

Job description
You would be working with Academy Professor Matti Keloharju on
cutting-edge research projects. Tasks may vary. You might participate
in data collection and organization. Literature reviews are another
possible job. If you are an excellent programmer, there are many
things where you could contribute.

Duration
I am flexible with the starting and ending date of the work contract.
You would have the chance to start as early as January 2019 and could
work until the end of 2020. Applicants who can work for a longer stint
are preferred. The position can be part time or full time.

Qualifications
I am looking for academically strong, dedicated students who have the
potential to develop into excellent researchers. Applicants with a
finance or economics education have the best fit with my research
interests, but I am also open to applicants with other educational
backgrounds. I prefer applicants with prior research experience, but I
will also be happy to consider junior applicants, including
undergraduate students.

Application process
Contact Academy Professor Matti Keloharju, tel. +358 40 353 8043,
email [email protected] Include in your application a personal
cover letter, CV, a transcript of your university grades, and any
research samples and letters of recommendation you might have.
There is no formal application deadline, but I encourage applicants to
apply early, as I will process the applications as they arrive.

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