Vacancy - Research Position - ISSER

Starting November 14, 2019 - Ending November 14, 2020

 

Background:

The Institute for Statistical,  Social  and  Economic  Research  of  the  University  of  Ghana,  in collaboration  with  the  Centre  on  Conflict,  Development  and  Peacebuilding  (CCDP)  of  the  Graduate  Institute  of International  and  Development  Studies  is  hosting  an interdisciplinary research project “Curbing Illicit Financial Flows from Resource-rich Developing Countries”. This project seeks to analyze how commodity-trade related Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) from resource-rich countries can be significantly reduced in order to finance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).The project is structured into three thematic Work Packages, namely WP1 (economics); WP2 (law); WP3 (political science).

The WP2team is looking to recruit a suitably qualified, dynamic, highly motivated, and self-driven person on a part-time basis to conduct a study on “exporting gold from Ghana: mispricing risks and how to mitigate them”.

 

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