Pubblicata il 13-04-2022
PhD position on the global economics of coastal nature-based solutions
The Global Climate Forum (GCF) in Berlin is a non-profit transdisciplinary research institute founded by noble laureate Klaus Hasselmann in order to bring together different public, private and civil society parties concerned with climate change and carry out joint studies that support environmental policies. The Research Process Adaptation and Social Learning (ASL) at GCF conducts internationally leading work on the economics and governance of coastal adaptation to sea–level rise from local to global scales. […]
ASL is seeking a PhD student to work on a global economic assessment of coastal nature-based solutions (NBS) such as maintaining and restoring coastal wetlands (e.g., salt marshes and mangrove forest). […]
The successful candidate is expected to have:
An excellent Master degree in economics, environmental economics or related fields (e.g., ecological economics, resource economics)
Excellent command (oral and written) of English (the language of the PhD thesis)
A good command of a major programming language (e.g. Java, Python, R, Julia)
Familiarity with cost-benefit analysis, econometric and optimisation methods
We offer the opportunity to work in a high–profile, internationally recognized research institute within a global network of leading researchers on social and economic aspects of climate change and environmental issues. The successful candidate will join a friendly and highly motivated team in central Berlin (within the Mercator Center) and will benefit from a flexible, dynamic working environment, close cooperation within our team, attentive PhD supervision and flat hierarchies. The Global Climate Forum is an equal opportunity employer. We thrive for diversity and inclusion and welcome applications from all qualified applicants.
The deadline for applications is 24 April. Please send your application including a motivation letter, a copy of transcripts and certificates, a complete CV, your Master thesis, as well as names, email addresses and telephone numbers of two possible referees as a single PDF file with the subject “PhD economics of wetlands” to Dr. Daniel Lincke (firstname.lastname@example.org). For further information please also contact Dr. Lincke.