The EU Network of Independent Fiscal Institutions signs a collaboration agreement with the Centre for European Policy Studies
The EU network of Independent Fiscal Institutions (EUNIFI) has entered into an agreement with CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies) to exchange knowledge, research and activities in the area of public finances and fiscal surveillance in particular.
In this context, CEPS is looking for a researcher on public finance and taxation and permanent secretary to the Network of the EU Independent Fiscal Institutions. The position is Brussels-based and will enable the selected candidate to gain insight into the functioning of the EU fiscal framework and conduct economic research on a range of topics in a most stimulating environment. The deadline for applications closes on 10 November. Yo can check all the details in this link.
The EU network of Independent Fiscal Institutions is a voluntary and inclusive institution open to all institutions operating in the European Union, which was established after the signing of the Bratislava agreement in September 2015. The CEPS is an independent Think Tank on European Union affairs that has recognized prestige.