Job description – Research Assistant /Internship



Job description – Research Assistant /Internship
Job description – Research Assistant
E.CA Economics is an economics consultancy that builds its case-related advice in the fields of
competition policy and regulation on research. If you are fascinated by the challenge of contributing to
the success of a research-based consulting firm, if you feel stimulated by a highly cooperative team
structure and if you enjoy rigorous economic thinking that meets the highest quality standards of
international clients, E.CA Economics is your best choice.
Being the partner of an international business school with strong corporate support (ESMT - European
School of Management and Technology), you will find an exceptional working environment for
economists at all levels of seniority. Personal development is at the centre of our philosophy, allowing
for an individual career path at the intersection of consulting and research. E.CA Economics is an equal
opportunity employer and offers compensation packages that are competitive at international levels.
(Advanced) student of economics or post-doc (microeconomics and/or econometrics)
German and English language skills
As a research assistant you will be in charge of literature research, data gathering and processing as
well as taking care of organisational work on an hourly basis. You will have the chance to apply your
acquired knowledge and gain an insight into the work of a professional economic consulting team.
Internships are for a minimum of two months on a full-time basis.
Please send your application material to:
Hans W. Friederiszick / Rainer Nitsche
Managing Directors
E.CA Economics
Schlossplatz 1
10178 Berlin
or preferably via e-mail to: [email protected]
Your application should include:
a cover letter describing your work experience in the field of competition policy or related topics
copies of selected recent publications if applicable
an up-to-date detailed résumé (preferably with contact details of two referees)
© E.CA Economics
1 of 1