I’m looking for a PhD student interested in demography, families, health and mortality, and long-run change. The position is for four years and fully funded, and in the field of historical demography (PhD in economic history). Applicants should have a relevant MSc degree (history, economics, demography, sociology) and have an interest in longitudinal analysis of micro-level population data. Application deadline is July 4th.
You can find the vacancy here. The position is located at the Centre for Economic Demography, Department of Economic History. The student will be supervised by me and Professor Martin Dribe. The position is part of the research project “Long Live the Family”, funded by Crafoordska Stiftelse, with additional support from the Department of Economic History.