Energy Transition Hub Researchers (Economics & Policy)
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|| Energy Transition Hub Researchers (Economics & Policy)
|| The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific (CAP)
|| Asia and Pacific
|Type of job
|| permanent contract
|Language of description
|| The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific (CAP) leads intellectual engagement with the Asia-Pacific region through research, teaching and contributions to public debate, and seeks to set the international standard for scholarship concerning the region.
The Crawford School of Public Policy is one of four Schools within CAP and one of the world’s leading public policy schools. The Crawford School is the University's focal point for contributing to public policy research, education and policy impact. Its graduate programs have trained many of the region’s leaders, and its research has impacted on policy making. Public policy scholarship at Crawford School is characterised by high quality, policy-relevant research across a range of disciplines.
The Energy Transition Hub (Hub) is a collaborative research initiative between several Australian and German universities and research institutes. The Hub is funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, ANU and University of Melbourne, and project-specific contributions.
At ANU, the Hub is led through the Centre for Climate and Energy Policy (CCEP), a research unit at the Crawford School of Public Policy. Related research is also undertaken under the ANU Grand Challenge “Zero Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific” program, led by the ANU Energy Change Institute.
ANU seeks talented and motivated researchers to help do research that contributes to the goals of the Hub's research programs, in particular in applied economic research and policy analysis. The role also includes outreach and stakeholder engagement, involvement in grant applications, and some teaching contributions.
ANU seeks researchers with demonstrated research excellence relevant to the project, and ability to produce innovative research on a range of emerging topics in the energy transition. Successful applicants will enthusiastically engage high-impact research as part of the team, and in collaboration with researchers at partner universities in Australia and Germany.
ANU is hiring up to three researchers, for a period of two years with potential extension depending on future funding. A joint appointment with the Grand Challenge programme, under the direction of the ANU Energy Change Institute, may be offered for one of the positions.
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