Careers

Roubini Global Economics offers challenging and unmatched career opportunities in areas of economic analysis, sales, editorial, development, marketing, and product management.

Additionally, we also administer a strong internship program for students of Economics, Business, and International Affairs. We pride ourselves on offering all of our employees opportunities for personal and professional growth through a robust benefits plan, an atmosphere of intellectualism, and a strong sense of teamwork. We always endeavor to hire, develop and retain the very best people in business today. We invite you to explore an exciting and rewarding career at Roubini Global Economics.

We are grateful for your interest in working for Roubini Global Economics. Please be aware that due to the overwhelming number of applications received, we can only respond only to those applicants whom we wish to interview.

Full-Time

  • RGE is seeking candidates with strong academic credentials and several years of experience to fill an Economist/Senior Economist position focused on Latin American economies and financial markets. This position will be based in New York as part of our Emerging Markets team. 

    Economists conduct macro strategy research and write proprietary content on a wide range of topics, both as individual authors and as co-authors with RGE’s Chairman, Nouriel Roubini, and other members of the research team. 

    Responsibilities:
     Economic analysis of several Latin American economies using a variety of techniques. 
     Translate macroeconomic analysis into forecasts and policy outlook, corroborated by insights gathered via a network of policy makers (including meetings with government officials).
     Apply macro analysis and policy implications into market implications (rates, FX)
     Following and analyzing political and institutional developments supported with insights and predictions of policy and politics. 
     Represent the company in front of existing and prospective clients, at speaking engagements and events, and to the media.
     Following relevant economic literature and academic research.
     Deliver insight on all of the above through ad hoc written research, regular country outlooks and conversation with clients. 

    Skills required:
     Strong analytical skills, including knowledge of quantitative economic and financial modeling and/or econometrics.
     Solid critical thinking; initiative to provide idea generation to the research team. This includes identifying key themes across Latin America’s key economies on a short, medium and long-term perspective. 
     Ability to situate countries/themes of focus in RGE’s global views and to bring on board global macro and strategy views.
     Develop effective and durable direct relationships with clients.
     Strong written and verbal communication skills. 
     Ability to present a global perspective to clients consistent with RGE views.
     Ability to contribute to business development in conjunction with RGE’s sales team.

    Desirable Elements
     Act as a resource for other members of the research team; and sales for key views and market implications.
     Ability to coordinate team meetings facilitating flow of ideas, communication and view within the team and across teams.
     A network of policy, academic, and market contacts. 
     A track record of publications, financial markets trades or recommendations.

    To apply, please email a CV and brief cover letter to jobs@roubini.com with the subject "Economist Latin America."  Applications lacking any of these requirements will not be considered.

    Please note that due to the high volume of applications received, we can only respond to those applicants whom we wish to interview.
  • RGE is seeking candidates with strong academic credentials and several years of experience to fill an Economist position focused on the United States economy and financial markets. This position will be based in New York.

    Economists conduct macroeconomic research and write proprietary content on a wide range of topics, both as individual authors and as co-authors with RGE’s Chairman, Nouriel Roubini, and other members of the research team.

    Responsibilities:

    ·         Economic analysis of the U.S., using a variety of techniques but with an emphasis on quantitative approach.

    ·         Translate macroeconomic analysis into forecasts and policy outlook, corroborated by insights gathered via a network of policy makers (including meetings with government officials).

    ·         Apply macro analysis and policy implications into market implications for rates, equities, currencies.

    ·         Following and analyzing political and institutional developments in the U.S., supported with insights and predictions of policy and politics.

    ·         Represent the company in front of existing and prospective clients, at speaking engagements and events, and to the media.

    ·         Following relevant economic literature and academic research.

    ·         Deliver insight on all of the above through ad hoc written research, quarterly country outlooks and conversation with clients. 

    Skills required:

    ·         Strong analytical skills, including knowledge of quantitative economic and financial modeling and/or econometrics.

    ·         Solid critical thinking; initiative to provide idea generation to the research team. This includes identifying key themes across U.S. on a short, medium and long-term perspective.

    ·         Ability to situate countries/themes of focus in RGE’s global views and to bring on board global macro and strategy views.

    ·         Develop effective and durable direct relationships with clients.

    ·         Strong written and verbal communication skills.

    ·         Ability to present a global perspective to clients consistent with RGE views.

    ·         Ability to contribute to business development in conjunction with RGE’s sales team.

     

    Desirable Elements

     

    ·         Act as a resource for other members of the research team; and sales for key views and market implications.

    ·         Ability to coordinate team meetings facilitating flow of ideas, communication and view within the team and across teams.

    ·         A network of policy, academic, and market contacts. 

    ·         A track record of publications, financial markets trades or recommendations.

     

    To apply, please email a CV and brief cover letter to jobs@roubini.com with the subject "Economist U.S."

     

    Please note that due to the high volume of applications received, we can only respond to those applicants whom we wish to interview.