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At ECIPE, we are always looking for talented individuals with a strong interest in international economic and regulatory policy (e.g., trade and trade policy, technological change and digital policy, and economic analysis of regulation).

While we currently don’t have any open positions, we welcome spontaneous applications from individuals who believe they can contribute to our mission. We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds and disciplines, but most of our work requires basic qualifications in quantitative analysis and an interest in data-driven analysis.

If you’re interested in joining our team, please send your CV to jobs@ecipe.org along with a clear indication of your experience, skills, and interests that align with our work areas.

Additionally, we offer unpaid internships for current students with internship requirements as part of their university program. These internships can be conducted remotely, in a hybrid format, or at our office in Brussels. If you’re interested in an internship opportunity, don’t hesitate to contact us by sending your CV highlighting relevant experience and skills and indicating your desired starting date, preferred format, and time availability.

Join us in shaping the future of European economic policies. We look forward to hearing from you!