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PhD - land-use modelling - Georg-August-University Göttingen Germany

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PhD position in land-use modelling (TV-L E13; 50%) May 1, 2007- April 30, 2009 (Prolongation until April 30, 2010, possible)

Within the DFG-funded research group “Biodiversity and sustainable Management of a megadiverse Mountain Ecosystem in southern Ecuador”, we carry out an environmental economics project that includes the development of a spatially explicit and institutionally extended land-use model.

For this challenging project we are looking for a team player with excellent academic performance, good English and possibly some Spanish skills. Experience in bio-economic and/or farm-household modelling is appreciated.

Women are under-represented in many areas of university life. Hence, applications by women are especially welcome and will be given preferential consideration in areas in which women are under-represented provided that the candidate has the necessary qualifications, and within the scope permitted by law. Subject to equivalent qualification, applications by handicapped individuals will be given preferential consideration.

Please direct questions and applications (CV, complete transcript of academic records, two letters of recommendation, thesis/publication copies) to Dr. Jan Barkmann, Agricultural Economics, Platz der Göttinger Sieben 5, D-37073 Göttingen (jbarkma @ [pranala luar disembunyikan, sila masuk atau daftar.]), until
March 31, 2007.