Nature is hiring an environmental economics editor
OCTOBER 23, 2019
I'm looking forward to hearing who gets hired for this job: Nature, the international weekly journal of science, seeks to appoint an editor specializing in Environmental/Energy Economics to further our aim to publish the world’s best original research linking social sciences – including economics – to the physical and biological processes important to society. Central to this role will be determining how economics-based research is represented in our pages, particularly as it applies in the spheres of environmental, climate, ecological and energy sciences. This will be achieved through the solicitation, selection and preparation of manuscripts for publication, and by interacting closely with the relevant research communities. This is a demanding and intellectually stimulating position, and calls for a keen interest in the practice and communication of science. via www.nature.com. Note: not that I'll ever submit a paper to Nature.