Via Economic Policy Journal

This is a great opportunity.

If I was just starting out, I would jump at this.




To Professor Walter E. Block

PART-TIME (20 hours per week)


Must be in New Orleans or be willing to relocate there   


Additional Responsibilities: Perform research regarding various legislative issues which impact/influence economic issues and proofread and edit related documentation. Perform various recreation surveys and perform assessment programs. Administer all collected data and prepare reports for same. Develop reports and assess all impact of same on research activities.    

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma, Bachelor’s degree preferred with Major in Business, Economics or related field. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Strong familiarity with libertarianism and (Austrian) economics. Strong technical skills including: managing web pages, database management, Microsoft Office: Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. Ability to learn and apply new computer and technical skills. Self-starter, able to work independently to meet deadlines. Creative problem solving skills.

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