Research Assistant for work on Investment Consultants and Institutional Corruption

Jay Youngdahl, Network Fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, needs a Research Assistant. For more on this, see his working paper on Investment Consultants and Institutional Corruption The project is directed at re-imagining this important, but troubled area of the financial and investment architecture. Tasks will include research of current activities of investment consultants and their clients, hoping to identify best practices. It is anticipated that the project will involve 80 hours of work for the R.A., who will be a graduate student or upper level undergraduate. The R.A. should possess an understanding of financial vocabulary, have creative research and investigative skills, and have sufficient time to give to the project over the first quarter of 2014. The final product will include a paper, for which the R.A. will receive appropriate credit. Please send a cover letter and resume to┬á

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