PCAOB Economic Research Fellowships for 2017-2018

  • Institution PCAOB
  • Event Type Other
  • Date October 17, 2016 - July 02, 2018
  • Location Washington, D.C
  • Details

    Interested candidates must submit the following information to CEA_Fellows@pcaobus.org: 1. A curriculum vitae. 2. A cover letter that summarizes the applicant's qualifications and understanding and interest in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the mission of the PCAOB, including a description of the applicant's goals and expectations for the fellowship. 3. One or two research papers or recently published articles on topics relevant to the PCAOB. 4. Two letters of reference sent directly to the PCAOB by the referees. 5. At least one research proposal that: a. Explains the proposed research topic, including the hypothesis to be tested if the project is empirical in nature. b. Suggests why the research could be relevant to the PCAOB’s mission and work. c. Demonstrates the scientific merit and rigor of the proposal, including a proposed methodology. d. Describes the nature of data necessary to complete the research, if the research is empirical in nature. e. Provides a research plan that includes an expected timeline of the project. f. Discloses the names of any co-authors. g. Discloses any potential conflicts of interest. In addition, candidates should complete the application form through the listing on the PCAOB Careers Page. here: https://re22.ultipro.com/PCA1000/JobBoard/listjobs.aspx

  • Booking Details

    The Center for Economic Analysis maintains an Economic Research Fellowship Program that is intended to generate high quality publishable economic research on topics of direct relevance to the mission of the PCAOB. The program provides a way for the Board to obtain an outside perspective in analyzing data collected by the PCAOB through its oversight activities. Fellows have the opportunity to engage closely with PCAOB staff in the development of research projects and serve as a valuable resource to staff economists. Ideal candidates for fellowship positions include: -tenured or tenure-track junior faculty members in economics, finance, accounting, or a related area. -doctoral students who have completed all course work in a doctoral program in economics, finance, accounting, or a related area, and are actively performing research or writing a dissertation.

  • Submission Deadline12-20-2016
  • Website http://pcaobus.org/EconomicAndRiskAnalysis/CEA/Pages/economic-research-fellowships.aspx
  • Email CEA_Fellows@pcaobus.org
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