ITIF’s Schumpeter Project on Competition Policy offers six-month resident fellowships for graduate students and invites inquiries from antitrust professionals wishing to become nonresident affiliates of the program.
The Schumpeter Project seeks part-time research fellows for six-month residencies during which they will contribute to ITIF’s work on a range of antitrust issues related to innovation-based economic policy, including the role of large firms in innovation and competitiveness, trends in industrial concentration, and other issues, contributing to policy reports and articles, and authoring blog posts. The fellowships will ideally be based in Washington, DC, but remote engagement is possible.
The ideal applicants will have a background in antitrust law and/or economics and be able to effectively conduct literature reviews, produce case commentaries, and write short briefs on antitrust debates in the United States and other leading economies.
Seasoned professionals in the field of antitrust who wish to become nonresident affiliates of the Schumpeter Project are invited to send inquiries to [email protected] with “Nonresident Affiliate Program” in the subject line. Affiliates contribute occasional research reports and commentary pieces, and may speak at ITIF events. Inquiries should include a CV and cover letter outlining professional experience, qualifications, and a proposed research agenda.