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    • The government-wide direct hire authority for Economist, GS-0110 is being used to fill this position.
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    As an Economist within the U.S. Geological Survey, National Minerals Information Center, some of your specific duties will include:

    --Collecting, organizing, and analyzing data and information on mineral and material production, consumption, trade, recovery, recycling, and losses at each life cycle stage. 

    --Developing new and improving current methodologies and indicators for assessing supply risk, import reliance, price elasticities, and industrial sector vulnerabilities for non-fuel mineral commodities.

    --Developing supply and demand scenarios based on top-down and bottom-up material stocks and flow models, system dynamics modeling, and/or econometric models. 

    --Developing complex spreadsheets, compiling large data sets, and archiving relevant information for current and future analysis. 

    --Disseminating results orally and in writing for submission in peer-reviewed international scientific and economic journals. 

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Occasional overnight travel may be required.

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    0110 Economist

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