Gender Innovation Lab Research Position at the World Bank.

Social scientists and ethnographers: 
Announcing exciting opportunities to work with the Gender Innovation Lab at the World Bank. 
We're hiring three researchers to lead qualitative research projects based in Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Expected time for each project is about three months, with at least one month in the field, starting very soon (Ghana) and early in 2016 (Cote d'Ivoire and DRC). All levels of experience welcome, and grad students are encouraged to apply. These assignments may be useful for a dissertation project, for CV-building, for field experience, and for networking. We encourage future collaboration on policy reports and academic papers for qualified candidates. I am happy to answer any questions here or at: mpoulin@worldbank.org. Please share widely or send to others!
Ghana: project on women entrepreneurs and intra-household money management
Cote d'Ivoire (must be fluent in French): project investigating women's control over income and redistribution within kin networks
DRC (must be fluent in French): project on the prevention of gender-based violence
This opportunity was shared by Kari Williams, a Research Fellow at the Minnesota Population Center at the University of Minnesota.


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