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Friday, November 14, 2008

COMPASS LEXECON is Looking to Hire Economist and Econometrician Candidates

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Compass Lexecon, one of the world's leading economic consulting firms, specializes in financial and economic analysis of regulatory, policy and litigation matters. Compass Lexecon has been engaged by Fortune 500 corporations, governments, and other public-sector entities to assist in numerous high profile mergers, government investigations, and private litigation matters in the United States and worldwide. Compass Lexecon provides significant economic research capabilities that combine the academic, private-sector, and public-sector experiences of in-house experts and academic affiliates with experienced economists.


Compass Lexecon is seeking economist and econometrician candidates for our Cambridge, MA, Chicago, IL, Los Angeles, CA and San Francisco, CA and Oakland, CA, and Washington, DC offices. Ideal candidates will have a Ph.D. in a relevant field from an esteemed university. Relevant academic, government or consulting experience is preferred, not required. All candidates must possess strong communication skills and the desire to work in a collegial environment.


Interested persons should apply by sending a cover letter, indicating office location preference, curriculum vitae, and a research paper. Applicants should also arrange for reference letters to be sent to the contact address. 

Please indicate on all submitted materials that you are applying for a position posted on the SSRN website.

CONTACT:       Compass Lexecon

                    332 S. Michigan Ave.

                    Chicago, IL 60604

     Fax:           312.322.0218




Compass Lexecon is an equal opportunity M/F/D/V affirmative action employer.

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