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st: HBS job listing

From   Marcello Pagano <>
Subject   st: HBS job listing
Date   Tue, 24 Jul 2007 09:35:11 -0400

Jill Maguire wrote:

At the Harvard Business School we frequently look for Research Associates with advanced quantitative skills, including advanced Stata skills. Below is a description of a current opening. If you are interested in applying for this position, please go to and apply on line.


Harvard Business School seeks Research Associates to partner with faculty members on significant research initiatives requiring strong quantitative analysis skills using SAS and/or Stata statistical package. Research may involve development of datasets, sophisticated analysis, often using large datasets and multiple variables and advanced programming; exact responsibilities will vary depending on faculty's research agenda. Candidates possessing strong quantitative analysis skills and experience should apply, and will be contacted with more details if a match is determined.

Research Associates have the potential to work with HBS faculty on a variety of research projects and may develop intellectual property for HBS in many ways. Research products are most often journal articles, working papers, HBS cases and teaching notes, and books. Duties will include gathering/analyzing data.

NOTE: These may be full-time or part-time term appointment, beginning July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008 with possibility for reappointment. Part-time positions may be combined to create a full-time engagement.

Basic requirements: BA/BS required; demonstrated advanced experience in quantitative research using SAS and/or Stata statistical package.

Additional requirements: Outstanding academic record; research, analysis, communication, organizational skills a must. Candidates should be prepared to submit coding sample and official transcripts.
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