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Research Professional: Daniel Bartels and Celia Gaertig

The University of Chicago
Booth School of Business
5807 South Woodlawn Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60637
Daniel Bartels and Celia Gaertig


Chicago Booth Professors Daniel Bartels and Celia Gaertig seek one full-time Research Professional for a period of at least one year, but ideally two years, to work on projects in marketing, psychology, judgment and decision-making, and behavioral economics. The emphasis will be on the management and analysis of research studies conducted online, in the research lab, and in field settings.

The ideal applicant should be completing (or have completed) a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree and should have strong programming skills and a background in data analysis. Candidates with research experience are strongly preferred, especially those with a background in experimental research. Candidates need not be psychology majors, though they should have a strong interest and some experience in marketing, psychology, judgment and decision-making, or behavioral economics.

The preferred start date is between May and September 2020, though earlier or later start dates will be considered. Applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis, but all applications submitted by April 19, 2020 will be given full consideration.

We pay an annual salary of $50,000 and provide standard benefits such as health insurance.

If interested, please fill out a brief survey at Please submit all ancillary materials (resume, cover letter, and postsecondary transcripts (unofficial is fine)) in the Resume/CV field. You may upload multiple files.  

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