[URBANTH-L] FannieMae Research Fellow Position (D.C. Housing Costs Research Fellowship)

Angela Jancius acjancius at ysu.edu
Tue Nov 23 12:08:39 EST 2004

 FYI - Please let students know

NLIHC seeks applicants for FannieMae Research Fellow Position

NLIHC is seeking applicants for a one year research fellowship to work on
three specific research projects developed in conjunction with Fannie Mae in
Washington, DC.

They are: the implications of how Americans view housing costs and expenses
and how this affects their choice of tenure and their ability to invest in
other areas of their life such as education orretirement; how housing costs
affect domestic immigration patterns to highand low housing cost
metropolitan areas; and the implications of federal housing subsidy waiting
lists for determining demand for housing assistance.

Qualifications for the position is Ph.D. or Ph.D candidacy in economics,
political science, sociology or similar social policy related field;
substantial quantitative research experience and capacity, particularly
inthe areas of housing economics or housing policy.

The one year fellowship includes a $30,000 stipend.

Send cover letter and resume/vita to:

Research Director, NLIHC,
1012 14th St. NW.,
Suite 610, Washington, DC 20005.

Applications accepted until positionis filled. EE0/AA.

Danilo Pelletiere
Research Director,
National Low Income Housing Coalition
1012 14th Street, NW Suite 610
Washington, D.C. 20005
202-662-1530 x 237202-393-1973 (Fax)
danilo at nlihc.org

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