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Post-Doctoral Positions in Energy

  • 1.  Post-Doctoral Positions in Energy

    Posted 10-16-2023 19:33
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    We are accepting applications for post-doctoral researchers (2-to-3-year position) focusing on the 21st Century of Business of Energy at USC Marshall. Empirical contexts of research include but are not limited to:

    ·      Energy (electric) generation, transmission, distribution.

    ·      Carbon emissions/carbon capture; energy affordability & reliability

    ·      Energy consumption and efficiency and implications for business

    ·      Legacy (coal, petroleum, nuclear, gas, etc.) and newer (hydrogen, battery, pumped storage, geothermal, fusion, etc.) energy sources both global & domestic.

    ·      Electric vehicles, charging station infrastructure, etc.

    ·      Energy supply chains (minerals, mining, global/domestic manufacturing, petroleum, LNG, and coal shipping, etc.)

    ·      Impact of new technologies (e.g., AI, materials, etc.) on energy efficiencies/usage and energy/mining company performance

    ·      Impact of global, state, or national policies related to energy (administrative rules, legislation [e.g., inflation reduction act], etc.

    We are open to scholars asking various theoretical questions in the fields of economics, finance, accounting, operations, data sciences/statistics, strategy, organizational behavior, entrepreneurship, and marketing who can and will collaborate with the energy initiative to publish their research in journals outlined in the Appendix. 

    The position entails conducting and publishing research and managing student research assistants in data collection, cleaning, and analyses.

    Application includes cover letter with your proposed ideas for research and planned journal outlets, a CV, and three reference letters. All information should be emailed to

    Please contact for further inquiries.


    Shon R. Hiatt

    Associate Professor of Management

    Director of Business of Energy Transition

    Karen Green

    Initiative Program Manager

    Shon Hiatt
    University of Southern California
    Los Angeles CA
    (213) 740-0754


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