Where is the job located? Federal Communications Commission, Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, Competition and Infrastructure Policy Division, Washington, DC 20554Learn more about this agency
RELOCATION EXPENSES WILL NOT BE PAID
The Junior Economist conducts comprehensive economic research studies and analyses involving technical and economic aspects and regulation of the telecommunications, wireless and/or media industries under the supervision of Senior Economists or Senior Managers. After consultation and guidance from Senior Economists, the Economist determines, initiates, and selects topics for economic analysis together with objectives to be achieved and plans methods to be used. The Economist learns to develop narrative, statistical, and/or graphical reports of research and analysis, including pertinent policy recommendations. The Economist learns to provide technical advice on Commission rulemaking proceedings, including evaluation of the validity and significance of economic analyses submitted to the Commission. The Economist may conduct microeconomic analyses of market structure under the guidance of Senior Economists.
Occasional travel - To attend conferences.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…Employees of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). (Internal Employees/Agency Employees Only).
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