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The Cambridge-INET Institute


10 hours/week. Duration: 12 months. Start asap.

Cambridge-INET and the Bennett Institute are looking for a PhD student to work as a research assistant on a new, interdisciplinary Digital Markets and Digital Policy initiative.

The tasks involved are:


  • Helping organize workshops, on and offline, including liaising with participants
  • Creating, populating and maintaining a web page for the initiative
  • Producing written reports of workshops, summarizing presentations
  • Writing blog posts summarizing the evolving literature and debates (academic, legal, policy-making) in the area of digital markets policy


The role would suit someone interested in digital policy and with the interest & skills to read across the economic, regulatory and political science literatures.

For more information please contact Professor Vasco Carvalho (Economics, or Professor Diane Coyle (POLIS,

How to apply: Please submit your CV and cover letter including 2 names of referees to Marion Reusch, Cambridge-INET Administrator,

Application deadline: Monday, 1st March 2021


Cambridge-INET Institute, Bennett Institute for Public Policy and Faculty of Economics