Internship - Competition Economics

We currently are recruiting for intern positions for a minimum duration of 6 months (12 months or longer is preferred) full time contract as part of our European Competition practice, in our Berlin office. NERA's European Competition practice has advised on numerous high profile cases including, but not limited to, mergers and acquisitions, cartel investigations, damage quantification, abuse of dominance, vertical and horizontal agreements, and State aid. NERA's competition team operates across a number of different geographies including Berlin, London, Paris and Madrid. If of interest, there may be some flexibility to work in more than one of these offices. NERA Economic Consulting ( www.nera.com) is a global firm of experts dedicated to applying economic, finance, and quantitative principles to complex business and legal challenges. For half a century, NERA's economists have been creating strategies, studies, reports, expert testimony, and policy recommendations for govern
Candidates should hold a BA or Masters or PhD in Economics, Econometrics or a related discipline with an exceptional academic record. Candidates should enjoy solving analytical and empirical problems under tight deadlines. Coursework and/or experience in econometrics and proficiency in using statistical and/or mathematical software (for example Stata or Mathematica) are required. Candidates should demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills in German and English. Additional fluency in other European languages, particularly Dutch, Spanish or French, would be preferred. For more information about NERA please visit o ur website ( www.nera.com). To apply, please submit your full academic CV, transcripts, cover letter and a writing sample directly to this posting.
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