We are looking for an established or emerging scholar in the field of global environmental policy assessment related to food and/or climate. Your research will contribute to social science debates around efficient and equitable resource use in the context of transitioning towards a low carbon, circular economy. You have an established track record developing research methodologies including (but not limited to) social-environmental indexes, agent-based modelling, scenario development and/or spatially explicit network analysis. At the same time, you have an interest in embedding these methods in social and\or political scientific theoretical perspectives.
More information about the tasks, requirements and application procedure can be found here.
Deadline for application is July 31st, 2016.