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    The Office of Microeconomic Analysis is responsible for in-depth economic evaluation and analysis of the developments and issues covering a broad range of policy areas, including financial market policy, Social Security and Medicare, pensions and retirement security, health, regulatory reform, labor and education, homeland security, agriculture, energy, and the environment.

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    As an Economist, you will:

    Analyze and assess, using appropriate economic tools and models, the potential impact of proposed or existing policy changes or global economic developments.

    Develop policy proposals, options and alternatives and recommends Treasury positions in direct collaboration with Senior Treasury officials . This involves identifying and analyzing substantive issues, independently structuring the work to be performed, evaluating the results attained, and recommending potential changes/policies.

    Work with other analysts both within and outside MA to monitor and assess the significance of current and future economic developments, including producing memos, papers, and briefings, under tight time constraints for senior Treasury policy-making officials.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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    0110 Economist

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