Reischauer Policy Research Fellows assist the Director of the Reischauer Center personally on research projects of the Center, including, but not limited to: the functioning of Washington’s “idea industry”; US-Japan relations; the role of cities in global governance; comparative Eurasian political economy; East Asian regionalism; energy policy; and comparative public-health issues.
Fellows also assist in organizing a rigorous and substantive seminar series for the Reischauer Center, focusing on finding best-practice solutions through comparative public-policy analysis for emerging energy and health-care issues. They also assist in developing a web-based system for diffusing ideas generated by the Reischauer Center on a global basis, and perform other research and policy analysis as appropriate.
- Bachelor’s degree or higher in International Relations, Political Science, East Asian Studies, Economics or related social science field required
- Deep interest in East Asia Studies
- Exceptional writing, editing and research skills
- Exceptional computer skills, including fluency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and online academic databases
- Attention to detail and organizational skills desirable
- Ability to perform under pressure desirable
- Ability to work independently and in a team setting desirable
- Fluency in Korean or Japanese or both desirable
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