Post-doctoral researcher in behavioral science

     
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WorkplaceLeuven, Flemish Region, Belgium
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Position
Occupation rate50%

Description

post-doctoral researcher in behavioral science

Thejob consists of (1) preparing project proposals for EU funding related to thistheme, (2) managing ongoing EU projects, and (3) leading new and supportingongoing research in these areas.

BEE is a research center with a group of researchers (post-docs, pre-docs, guests, and interns) working on consumer welfare themes. We conduct lab and field experiments to increase our understanding in factors determining participation in circular economy, pro-environmental behavior, and health behavior. We design and test interventions to stimulate these behaviors. Much of our work is funded by the EU and we disseminate our work via (top) publications, talks, and interactions with the field and we collaborate with researchers from a variety of disciplines.

BEE is a research center with a group of researchers (post-docs, pre-docs, guests, and interns) working on consumer welfare themes. We conduct lab and field experiments to increase our understanding in factors determining participation in circular economy, pro-environmental behavior, and health behavior. We design and test interventions to stimulate these behaviors. Much of our work is funded by the EU and we disseminate our work via (top) publications, talks, and interactions with the field and we collaborate with researchers from a variety of disciplines.

BEEis looking for a post-doc researcher with a background in behavioral science(marketing, behavioral economics, psychology) and with an interest in findingbehavioral solutions to help solve the climate and environmental crisis

KU Leuven seeks to foster an environment where all talents can flourish, regardless of gender, age, cultural background, nationality or impairments. If you have any questions relating to accessibility or support, please contact us at diversiteit.HR [at] kuleuven[.]be.

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