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Economist Program 2024. Washington D.C. USA. ID: 23-R5709

The IMF is inviting applications for its 2024 Economist Program (EP). As an EP you will join a team of staff working to address key global economic challenges and build a career that will allow you to apply your knowledge, skills, and research to policy related work that directly impacts our 190 member countries. Working closely with experienced economists, you will be given considerable responsibility in carrying out operations-related analysis, research and policy development. You will have the chance to work closely with country authorities to make a meaningful contribution on a global stage, fostering monetary cooperation, securing financial stability, facilitating international trade, promoting sustainable economic growth, and reducing poverty. The EP is a three-year program consisting of two 18-month assignments which aims to build the future leaders of the Fund. Depending on your assignments, you will gain broad experience in regional and country-specific issues, as well as in fiscal, monetary, balance of payments, debt, or other related issues and contribute to our analytical and research work […]


Application Closing Date: 12/07/2023-11:59 p.m.- Closing based on: USA, Washington DC (Time zone)

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