- Project HBDEX Posdoctoral position (M/F) – 18 months
« Evolution of financial markets: econometric analysis and agent based modeling »
Posted April 4, 2019
The goal is to analyse an OCR database giving the daily prices of the Coulisse and the Bourse de Paris from 1899 to 1939. This will produce an efficient tool for the understanding of the financial markets functioning. Such historical insights will help in understanding the today organization of financial markets. An econometrics and time-series analysis will be driven, agent-based modelling will be simulated and methods of visualization will help to provide educational data-based services. A comparative, long-term analysis of the robustness of two types of market organization (auction and OTC) will inform the debate about the re-organization and regulation of financial markets. This is a main issue of public policy.
For more details and to apply, see the CNRS web site http://bit.ly/2OLlRKu.
- Project Jobagile Posdoctoral position (M/F) – 24 months
« Machine learning and econometrics for job market analysis »
Posted March 22, 2019
The postdoc is expected to develop an autonomous research activity in the area of big data analysis applied to individual search process on labor market, with as well interest in developing user-interfaces for job seekers and job providers . He should be interested in the societal aspects of the projects (such as developing fair algorithms). He is expected to publish in top conferences and journals in any relevant field (in economics, computer science, complex systems…) as well as generalist journals, and tightly collaborate and cooperate with our project partners, scientists and from enterprises. The applicant must also be ready to take part in grant project report, and the research group active engagement in the international scientific activities.
The project will be adapted based on the competence of the selected candidate, and his/her interests.
For more details and to apply, see the CNRS web site http://bit.ly/2WgWanz.
See the web site of the FSMP for various calls. As a member of the FSMP network, the CAMS can host laureates of the FSMP programs.
The international Doctoral Training in Mathematical Sciences in Paris – MathInParis – Cofunded by Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions offers 40 PhD fellowships within the framework of the European Horizon 2020 program « Marie Sklodowska-Curie Co-funding of Regional, National and International Programmes ».
The PhD projects have to be supervised and supported by one (or more) researchers and hosted in one of the laboratories of the FSMP network.
Laureates of the programme will sign a contract, starting in September 1st 2019 (at the earliest).
See here the offical Call and additional details.
As member of the FSMP network, the CAMS can host laureates of this program.
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