The research assistant will support a broad research project on the topic of racial equity in technology entrepreneurship. During phase 1 of this project, the student research assistant will be supporting a team of researchers within and outside of NYU with a critical review of relevant literature and quantitative statistical analysis of available data on the topic.
Assist research team with planning and conducting research on racial equity in technology entrepreneurship
Conduct literature searches and retrieve articles and reports, summarize existing research, and contribute to literature review
Retrieve, manage, clean, and organize multiple datasets
Create variables and perform descriptive and inferential statistical analysis
Other research duties as assigned
Currently enrolled as a Ph.D student
Experience conducting literature reviews
Experience managing and analyzing quantitative datasets, including cleaning and merging, creating variables, descriptive analysis, and multivariate regression and other analysis models
Experience producing descriptive and analytical statistical tables and graphs
Proficient with Stata, SAS, R, or other statistical analysis software
Ability to work remotely
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Possesses the following characteristics: hard-working, entrepreneurial, quick learner, flexible, and reliable
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