The Cato Institute seeks a policy analyst to address the monetary and financial regulatory policy implications of ongoing developments in internet and electronic payments technology. The analyst will be expected to produce, solicit, edit, and promote policy research on issues concerning digital currencies, electronic (including mobile) payments, and money laundering and terror finance regulations that may either hinder or promote the continued development of these and other non-bank payment technologies.
The position requires superior research, writing, and communication skills. A Ph.D. in economics is preferred. A background in information technology would also be preferred. A minimum of three years relevant work experience is required. Compensation will be commensurate with ability and experience.
Qualified applicants should send their resume, cover letter, references, and writing samples with the subject line “Application: Digital Money and Finance Policy Analyst” to:
Manager, Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives
1000 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20001
Email: lmashburn [at] cato.org