Vacancy for Lincoln Uni Postdoctoral Fellow closes 21-Sep-2020

Postdoctoral Fellow
AERU
Lincoln University

The AERU operates as a semi-autonomous research centre at Lincoln University providing research expertise to a wide range of regional, national and international organisations in the public and private sectors. Its research focuses on economic, resource, environmental and social issues. It not only employs its own research staff, but also coordinates some of the external research undertaken by academic staff from other Lincoln University faculties.

We are seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to provide research that contributes to and advances the programme of the Centre of Excellence in Food for Future Consumers.

The research will create and disseminate new knowledge on how consumers in
significant international markets for New Zealand exports respond to different types of provenance claims, including Māori. This may also focus on innovative foods and alternative proteins.

This is a full time, fixed term position till June 2021.

Closing Date: 21 September 2020. Available to New Zealand Citizen or Permanent Resident Students.

Value: $75,000 per year

Contact caroline.saunders@lincoln.ac.nz for further details.

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Dec 2017 AI (#60) includes a value of sunshine

Asymmetric Information Issue No. 60 

Contents

  • Editorial
  • An interview with Len Cook (by John Yeabsley)
  • The ‘Five Minute Interview’ (Bronwyn Croxson)
  • WEAI Conferences, 2018 and 2019
  • Blogwatch (by Paul Walker)
  • (Motu) Valuing Sunshine (by David Fleming, Arthur Grimes, Laurent Lebreton, David C. Maré, and Peter Nunns)
  • Changes to the Retail Trade Survey (Statistics NZ)
  • NEW MEMBERS (mid-July to mid-September 2017)
  • Research in Progress (Lincoln University)

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