If you are an undergraduate or graduate student looking for some research assistant work, please email me with your resume/CV and a brief email statement of your interests. Most of my research involve quantitative work and my programming language of choice is R, but I also have uses for students with no programming experience as well.
See here for some excellent research assistance tips, here for a coding guide, here for an R style guide specifically with Tidyverse, here for a guide to arranging data in a spreadsheet, and here for a Language-Agnostic Coding Advice for Economists.
Research Assistant Positions
This section provides some resources/links to public postings of Economic/Finance Research Assistant Listings, and are not just my own search alone. In addition to these listings, you may consider looking at specific research centers within large, well-funded universities as well.
Research Assistant Alumni
I have had the privilege to work with many talent and hard working research assistants over the years. I include the university that they graduated from. See below to see what they are all up to now, updated as of November 2020. If no work place is available, the RA alumnus is either looking for full time work or still in school. If you are looking to hire anyone full time, these are all people I would be happy to provide a reference for.
2020. Hema Sai Teja Aravapalli. NUS Masters in Finance.
2020. Jun Wei Teo. NUS School of Computing.
2019. Sanidhya Shah. IIT Kanpur. Quantitative Researcher at Barclays Investment Bank.
2018. Ashutosh Bhaskar. IIT Kharagpur. Analyst at Tiger Analytics.
2018. Soumoshree Saha. IIT Kharagpur. Analyst at Flipkart.
2017-2018. Tavleen Arora. Babson College. Equities Junior Analyst at Millennium Management