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The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) seeks a Division Director to lead its Development Strategy and Governance (DSG) Division. This position is based at IFPRI’s headquarters in Washington, DC. The position is a five-year, fixed-term appointment, and is renewable depending on performance and funding. Please visit the website or see the attached document for further information.


Queen’s University Belfast seeks a Reader/Senior Lecturer/Lecturer (Agricultural and Food Economics) School of Biological Sciences.
The person appointed will have research interests in agriculture and food economics, preferably with experience in food safety, food marketing and choice modelling.  The successful candidate must be able to develop teaching and research which will complement or enhance current activity in the School.  Exceptionally well qualified candidates will be considered for Professorial appointment. Closing date 19 February 2010


Senior economist opportunities with CSIRO sustainable ecosystems
The Social and Economic Sciences Program within CSIRO’s Division of Sustainable Ecosystems is the primary provider of social and economic scientific expertise to CSIRO and seeks to be recognized, nationally and internationally, as a leader in social science on questions of sustainability. With research teams in social psychology, sociology, resource economics, decision science and human geography, our social scientists and economists are working on the major national and global sustainability challenges, including: adaptation to climate change, agricultural sustainability, water policy and management, coastal and marine management, mining and regional development and international development. 
The Program is seeking motivated and experienced economists to fill the following key roles: Science Leader: Natural Resource Economics (Closing Date 28 February 2010) and Senior Economist: Agricultural Adaptation (Closing Date 21 February 2010).