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US, WA, Seattle
Do you want to become a leader at one of the fastest growing software businesses in history? Would you enjoy tackling problems that have never been solved before in a fast paced start-up environment? How about rapidly scaling the infrastructure at one of the world’s largest cloud computing providers to deliver the best outcomes to customers? If you answered “yes,” then working on the innovative infrastructure challenges within Amazon Web Services may be the right place for you.Data Center Systems builds world-class controls software, enabling high security metering, monitoring, alarming, and software enabled backstops to ensure the health of our thermal and electrical infrastructure at high infrastructure utilization.Are you interested in applying Econometric and Machine Learning techniques to solve business problems in the world’s largest cloud computing infrastructure? AWS is hiring a causal inference Economist to build practical econometric models and apply economic theory to a range of ambiguous problems in AWS Infrastructure. Specifically, we are looking for a seasoned economist to help us quantify the impact of customer impacting events in our data centers and assign causal impact to key drivers of power utilization. We will use these insights to optimize mitigation efforts and set accurate forecasting targets that ultimately lead to greater customer availability on our hardware.
US, NY, New York
The AWS Central Economics team is looking for a PhD economist. The ideal candidate will have some experience with causal estimation and/or with empirical industrial organization techniques. Working knowledge of R is a plus.You will support cloud services. You will work on analytic projects requested by senior leadership. You will get the opportunity to learn new techniques.
US, WA, Seattle
Core AI is an interdisciplinary team on the cutting edge of economics, statistical analysis, and machine learning whose mission is to solve AI and ML problems that have high risk with abnormally high returns. Our team leverages the strengths of our engineers and scientists to build solutions for some of the toughest business problems here at Amazon.We are looking for a seasoned economist who is able to provide structure, including sourcing, defining, and leveling, around complex and varied business problems. We seek creative thinkers who can combine a strong economic toolbox with a desire to learn from others, and who know how to execute and deliver on big ideas.This role will be to work within Core AI to help support research and development on rapid proofs of concept for high-impact projects. The economist will have access to engineering and econometric tools, as well as Amazon's Scholar Residency Program, which consists of world-class academic scientists and researchers collaborating with internal partner teams to facilitate the delivery of Scholar led science into engineering systemsResponsibilities:* Work within Core AI teams to consult with internal partner terms on collaboration opportunities and to assess potential for impact.* Own the development of economic models and manage the data analysis, modeling, and experimentation necessary to validate your model.* Effectively communicate econometric models to business teams and incorporate feedback into project analysis/modeling.
US, WA, Seattle
Want to help Amazon tell its customer-centric story around the world and work in a highly cross-functional environment including economists, lawyers, scientists, public policy, public relations, and business teams? If yes, keep reading!Amazon’s Litigation & Regulatory team is looking for an economist to help develop economic models and evidence to support legal and regulatory matters across all lines of our business worldwide, including retail, marketplace services, AWS, consumer experience, shopping and search, and operations. In this role, you will join a team of economists, engineers, and lawyers working to drive deeper understanding of Amazon and the benefits it delivers for customers and other businesses around the world.In this role, you will:· Provide data-driven guidance and recommendations on strategic legal and regulatory questions facing Amazon, including worldwide competition.· Conduct, direct, and coordinate all phases of research projects, including defining key research questions, working with multiple data sources, evaluating methodology and design, executing or directing analysis, and communicating results in oral and written form to a wider audience.· Interface with teams across Amazon to synthesize business facts and data into compelling economic narratives.· Provide economic advice and counsel to stakeholders across Amazon on a broad spectrum of novel and complex economic issues.· Assess risks and coordinate with senior leadership on risk management.· Identify opportunities to drive deeper economic understanding of market dynamics.· Synthesize and translate complex findings into relevant and actionable insights.· Collaborate with economists, scientists, engineers, and non-technical partners throughout Amazon’s worldwide operations to deliver projects with global scope.· Communicate your findings to a wide group of internal and external stakeholders from all disciplines.If you are a high-judgment economist with a passion for engaging in the current policy debate, love writing and communicating economic ideas to non-technical audiences, have a knack for quickly distilling facts and data into the most important takeaways, know how to deliver results with accuracy and speed, and you have a quantitative, highly innovative approach to solving problems, we want to talk to you.
US, WA, Seattle
Want to help Amazon tell its customer-centric story around the world and work in a highly cross-functional environment including economists, lawyers, scientists, public policy, public relations, and business teams? If yes, keep reading!Amazon’s Litigation & Regulatory team is looking for an economist to help develop economic models and evidence to support legal and regulatory matters across all lines of our business worldwide, including retail, marketplace services, AWS, consumer experience, shopping and search, and operations. In this role, you will join a team of economists, engineers, and lawyers working to drive deeper understanding of Amazon and the benefits it delivers for customers and other businesses around the world.In this role, you will:· Provide data-driven guidance and recommendations on strategic legal and regulatory questions facing Amazon, including worldwide competition.· Conduct, direct, and coordinate all phases of research projects, including defining key research questions, working with multiple data sources, evaluating methodology and design, executing or directing analysis, and communicating results in oral and written form to a wider audience.· Interface with teams across Amazon to synthesize business facts and data into compelling economic narratives.· Provide economic advice and counsel to stakeholders across Amazon on a broad spectrum of novel and complex economic issues.· Assess risks and coordinate with senior leadership on risk management.· Identify opportunities to drive deeper economic understanding of market dynamics.· Synthesize and translate complex findings into relevant and actionable insights.· Collaborate with economists, scientists, engineers, and non-technical partners throughout Amazon’s worldwide operations to deliver projects with global scope.· Communicate your findings to a wide group of internal and external stakeholders from all disciplines.If you are a high-judgment economist with a passion for engaging in the current policy debate, love writing and communicating economic ideas to non-technical audiences, have a knack for quickly distilling facts and data into the most important takeaways, know how to deliver results with accuracy and speed, and you have a quantitative, highly innovative approach to solving problems, we want to talk to you.
US, WA, Seattle
Amazon.com strives to be Earth's most customer-centric company where people can find and discover anything they want to buy online. We hire the world's brightest minds, offering them a fast paced, technologically and friendly work environment. Amazon’s Digital Content and Commerce Services team (DCCS) powers ordering, subscriptions and vendor payments for all Amazon’s digital and subscription businesses including Prime, Amazon Video, Music, Alexa and Kindle. We process billions of digital transactions every year and enable our digital businesses to grow their businesses worldwide. We are seeking an experienced, results-driven economist to join our team and help build our next generation of digital solutions and offerings to delight Amazon customers.DCCS owns key customer facing experiences including content selection, subscriptions, pricing, availability, customer experience etc. You will build econometric models using our world class data systems and apply economic theory to solve business problems in a fast moving environment. Economists at Amazon will be expected to develop new techniques to process large data sets, address quantitative problems, and contribute to design of automated systems around the company.Economists will work closely with other research scientists, machine learning experts, and economists globally to design new frameworks that systematically identify low touch machine driven recommendations that propel customer growth while creating a meaningful economic impact for Amazon. Research science at Amazon is a highly experimental activity, although theoretical analysis and innovation are also welcome. Our economists and scientists work closely with software engineers to put algorithms into practice. They also work on cross-disciplinary efforts with other scientists within Amazon.The key strategic objectives for this role include:-Provide data-driven guidance and recommendations on strategic initiatives- Identify opportunities/tests that drive product discovery, new customer acquisition to drive growth.-Conduct, direct, and coordinate all phases of research projects, demonstrating skill in all stages of the analysis process, including defining key research questions, recommending measures, working with multiple data sources, evaluating methodology and design, executing analysis plans, interpreting and communicating results.
US, WA, Seattle
The Central AWS Econ team is dedicated to bringing the most trustworthy evidence-based analysis to the most strategic decisions for AWS leadership.Our studies impact strategic investments, service business model, resource allocation, product priorities and pricing models, go-to-market motions and more.This Senior economist role partners with AWS business leaders across the organization to define and deliver on economic questions that guide their most strategic decisions. The successful candidate will be a problem solver who enjoys diving into data, is excited by difficult modeling challenges and ambiguous starting points, and possesses strong communication skills to effectively interface and collaborate with product, finance, planning and business teams.Specific questions include developing supporting economics for new business model, evaluating the relationship between short and long term growth, mapping and affecting the customer journey through different AWS products and cloud technologies.The Central AWS Econ team is dedicated to answering these (and many more) questions using quantitative, economic and statistical methods.Key Responsibilities:· Identify and propose impactful economic studies based on business meetings· Lead / conduct economic studies, including developing and communicating practical implications to senior leadership· Mentor and develop junior economists and data scientists· Develop new repeatable data analysis pipelines to be used by non-economists
US, WA, Seattle
The AWS Finance Central Economics team is looking for a PhD economist. The ideal candidate will have some experience with causal estimation and/or with empirical industrial organization techniques. Working knowledge of R is a plus.You will learn about cloud products, including compute, storage, and databases. You will lead high impact projects requested by senior leadership. You will get the opportunity to learn new techniques. You will be a part of a team with many experienced economists.
US, WA, Seattle
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is obsessed with ensuring the success of our customers. To this end, AWS is building the industry’s best-trained sales force. As the number of AWS sellers and cloud services continues to expand rapidly, AWS is re-investing how to train and enable our sellers. AWS’s worldwide Enablement Training and Communication (ETC) organization is driving this transition by pioneering highly innovative, multi-modal enablement that is able to support our field’s diverse learning styles.Are you interested in applying Econometric and Machine Learning techniques to solve business problems in the world’s most scientific oriented Training and Enablement organization? AWS is hiring an economist specializing in program evaluation / reduced form causal analysis to help estimate the impact of different training and enablement programs on our sellers' productivity and business outcomes. We will use these insights to optimize enablement strategy, content and modality, helping us build a more successful sales force and deliver better customers outcomes.Job Locations: Seattle, WA, Dallas, TX, Boston, MA, Arlington, VA
US, WA, Seattle
From Jeff Bezos’s, 2014 Amazon shareholder letter (http://tinyurl.com/q8zpobu): “Internally, Marketplace was known as SDP for Single Detail Page. The idea was to take our most valuable retail real estate – our product detail pages – and let third-party sellers compete against our own retail category managers.” Today, millions of third party sellers offer products alongside Amazon Retail though the Amazon Marketplace. The Featured Merchant Algorithm (FMA) team owns the system and algorithms that select the offers that are featured on the ‘Add to Cart’ button (aka the ‘Buy Box’) on Amazon’s most valuable retail real estate – the Product Detail Page referenced above. The FMA team’s mission is to ensure that featured offers provide the best possible customer value based on factors including price, availability, delivery options and customer service. Our team leverages sophisticated econometric, machine learning, and big data technologies to help customers to discover the right products at the right prices from millions of trusted sellers billions of times a day. If you are looking for a career-defining opportunity on one of the most customer centric and business impacting teams within Amazon, we’d love to hear from you.Key Responsibilities· Develop new econometric models or improve existing approaches using scalable techniques· Extract data for analysis and model development from large, complex datasets· Closely work with engineering teams to build scalable, efficient systems that implement prototypes in production· Apply economic theory to solve business problems in a fast moving environment· Distill problem definitions from informal business requirements and communicate technical solutions to senior business leaders· Drive innovation and best practices in applied research across the Amazon research science community
US, WA, Seattle
Want to help us redefine the future of all entertainment? We are seeking a Senior Economist in Prime Gaming! Come work directly with business leaders to deliver powerful data-driven insights that help us understand our customers and optimize our content by driving increasing value to customers at decreasing cost to our business.This role allows you to influence the frontier of business development for Prime Gaming and will challenge you to master complex data sets, use econometric models to address complex problems, design and test hypotheses, and build automated decision-making systems. You will work at the intersection of Business Intelligence, Fraud Prevention, Content and Operations, Marketing, and Finance teams to collaborate cross-functionally with scientists, analysts, engineers, and product leaders.An ideal candidate is an experienced, resourceful, and independent problem solver who can deploy scalable and sophisticated scientific solutions under tight time constraints. If you have these skills and are excited about making a big impact in the gaming industry, we are looking for you!KEY RESPONSIBILITIES· Use the breadth of Amazon's available data to drive insights and recommendations for business leaders in growing the Prime Gaming business.· Partner with senior leaders to identify opportunities to test hypotheses that can drive customer acquisition, engagement, or retention.· Own the end-to-end execution of research projects from project planning, data ingestion, exploratory analysis, model development, and productionization in collaboration with a team of scientists, analysts, and engineers.· Advocate for broader understanding of scientific methods and analysis within a fast-moving business organization
US, WA, Seattle
Join the team that launched Amazon Books, Amazon 4-star, and Amazon Pop Up! We’ve applied Amazon’s 20 plus years of online retailing experience to build stores that integrate the benefits of online and offline shopping. It is still Day One for our team, and we are looking for entrepreneurial, analytical, creative, flexible leaders to help us make Amazon Stores places that customers love to shop. Do you want to join a fast-paced, innovative team that is making history? If so, this is the place for you. Do you like to own end-to-end business problems/metrics and directly impact our customer experience, the company's bottom-line and our global presence? If so, we want to talk to you.We are looking for an experienced and motivated Economist with outstanding leadership skills to help us better understand and improve our stores. The candidate will be an expert in the disciplines of research science (e.g., operations research) and is comfortable facilitating ideation and working from concept through to execution. In this role, you will be responsible for using data analysis (e.g., statistical and machine learning models) to answer key business questions. You will present your analyses and recommendations to senior executives on a regular basis, and build strong relationships with partner and customer teams across Amazon.Key responsibilities will include:- Pose new questions and develop scientific research approaches to solve complex business problems.- Design and build analytical models to measure, evaluate and quantify the impact of the business decisions over time.- Serve as a data analytical expert to help answer key business questions across customer behavior, assortment and layout, labor and scheduling, and in-store customer experience.- Obtain, clean, analyze, and select data to achieve goals. over time.- Analyze complex datasets used to make decisions about real-world applications.- Lead the design, development and evaluation of innovative models.- Present analyses and recommendations to influence senior leadership, functional leaders and partner teams.
US, WA, Seattle
Amazon.com strives to be Earth's most customer-centric company where people can find and discover anything they want to buy online. We hire the world's brightest minds, offering them a fast paced, technologically sophisticated and friendly work environment.Economists at Amazon Delivery Experience will be expected to work directly with senior management to drive innovation in retail supply chain and help solve key business problems in operations. You will apply the frontier of economic thinking on design, pricing, forecasting, program evaluation, and other areas. You will build econometric models, using our world class data systems, and apply economic theory to solve business problems in a fast moving environment. Economists at Amazon will be expected to develop new techniques to process large data sets, address quantitative problems, and contribute to design of automated systems around the company.
US, CA, Culver City
Want to shape the future of television through economic analysis, data science, and advanced analytics? We’ve got the shows people love to watch (Jack Ryan, The Expanse, The Boys) and the Emmy Awards love to honor (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Fleabag). You’ve got the skills to quantify the business-wide economic value of content, drivers of that value, arbitrage opportunities, and relationships and patterns between different shows to optimize global content investment and surface development opportunities.We are looking for a customer-focused, business-oriented Economist for our Amazon Studio Data Science team. The department is growing quickly to provide more insights about our viewers and provide analytical solutions for the acquisition and retention of customers, revenue enhancement, and the delivery of a compelling consumer experience.The goal of the role is to use the most effective econometric and causal attribution techniques to discover the kinds of differentiated and irreplaceable shows people value most, what they want more of, and how to fit a diverse portfolio of titles together to deliver a clear, compelling proposition that is greater than the sum of its parts. The analysis you conduct and algorithms you create will help drive and define the future of television for millions of customers globally.
US, WA, Seattle
Amazon.com strives to be Earth's most customer-centric company where people can find and discover anything they want to buy online. We hire the world's brightest minds, offering them a fast paced, technologically and friendly work environment.Amazon’s Digital Content and Commerce Services team (DCCS) powers ordering, subscriptions and vendor payments for all Amazon’s digital and subscription businesses including Prime, Amazon Video, Music, Alexa and Kindle. We process billions of digital transactions every year and enable our digital businesses to grow their businesses worldwide. We are seeking an experienced, results-driven economist to join our team and help build our next generation of digital solutions and offerings to delight Amazon customers.DCCS owns key customer facing experiences including content selection, subscriptions, pricing, availability, customer experience etc. The Economist will work with leaders Amazon to apply the frontier of economic thinking to market design, pricing, forecasting, program evaluation, and other areas. You will build econometric models using our world class data systems and apply economic theory to solve business problems in a fast moving environment. Economists at Amazon will be expected to develop new techniques to process large data sets, address quantitative problems, and contribute to design of automated systems around the company.Economists will work closely with other research scientists, machine learning experts, and economists globally to design new frameworks that systematically identify low touch machine driven recommendations that propel customer growth while creating a meaningful economic impact for Amazon. Research science at Amazon is a highly experimental activity, although theoretical analysis and innovation are also welcome. Our economists and scientists work closely with software engineers to put algorithms into practice. They also work on cross-disciplinary efforts with other scientists within Amazon.The key strategic objectives for this role include:-Provide data-driven guidance and recommendations on strategic initiatives- Working with senior leaders to identify opportunities/tests that drive product discovery, new customer acquisition to drive growth.-Conduct, direct, and coordinate all phases of research projects, demonstrating skill in all stages of the analysis process, including defining key research questions, recommending measures, working with multiple data sources, evaluating methodology and design, executing analysis plans, interpreting and communicating results.
US, VA, Arlington
Want to build and lead a science team to apply econometrics, machine learning, statistics, and data science to enable Amazon’s continuous process improvement initiatives?The Product and Customer Insights team is a group of process improvement measurement SMEs working with senior leadership to identify, measure, benchmark, and propagate best practices from within Amazon and across industries. Our team has delivered many successful programs in the B2C space globally, including Catalog Tech, Supply Chain, Search Tech, Supplier Experience, Customer Experience, Brand Experience, Developer Experience, etc., helping Business and DevOps teams improve Amazon’s products and operations.We are looking for a seasoned leader to grow and lead a talented team of data scientists to elevate our process improvement methodology by applying economic theories, Machine Learning and statistics. In this role you have the opportunity to impact multiple Amazon businesses and technologies (e.g., Search, Ads, AWS Sales, Seller Experience, Brand Experience, Scientist Experience, to name a few); and you will have opportunities to work with the lead economists and scientists in our stakeholder teams. This role will experiment with applying econometrics in a few selected domains first while applying data science more broadly across our program portfolio. Long-term, this role’s goal is to help apply economic thinking and economics/data science tools to majority of our process improvement programs.The ideal candidate has demonstrated exceptional communication skills to drive changes, experience in leading cross-functional teams, and experience in applying economic thinking in either product development, sales, services, or operations. You have a proven ability executing both strategically and tactically, and are excited to take on new, ambiguous programs that will be industry defining.This role can be based in either HQ2 (Arlington, VA) or Seattle, WA.Key Responsibilities:· Lead and develop our Science team: Continuously enhance our team’s science skills through learning, experiments, and execution and drive innovations. Review and audit modeling processes and results for other scientists, both junior and senior.· Inject economic thinking to product development and vision: Identifies opportunities to apply economic theories and define the problem and roadmap to solve it. Brings the economic perspective to areas such as benchmarking studies and team decision making.· Influences the strategic direction (business and technology). Influences clients, partners, and Amazon products and DevOps org priorities.· You will work closely with leaders across science, engineering, and business teams. You guide the Data Scientists’ work on programs, participate as an IC on strategic programs to apply economic thinking and analysis, and connect with Amazon’s economist community.· Drive innovation based on global science and industry trends. Recognize emerging science trends and how to apply them to acquire insight and help improve Amazon’s offerings.
US, WA, Seattle
Possible additional locations for this role include Austin TX, Arlington VA and New York City.Day 1 opportunity with high growth trajectory.Amazon is looking for an experienced Economist/Scientist with deep statistics and machine learning experience. We aim to create insights and predictive models for senior Amazon leaders in the area of industrial development and capital formation.We are particularly interested in candidates with a research background in one of: applied microeconomics, data science, causal inference, quantitative analysis or some combination of these fields.We are looking for outstanding economists who are able to provide practical structure for complex business questions, hone those complex problems in to specific, scientific questions, and test those questions to generate insights. The ideal candidate will work with engineers and computer scientists to estimate models and algorithms on unstructured data, design pilots and measure their impact, and transform successful prototypes into services. We are looking for creative thinkers who can combine a strong technical economic toolbox with a desire to learn from other disciplines, and who know how to execute and deliver on big ideas as part of an interdisciplinary technical team.
US, NY, New York
Amazon strives to be Earth's most customer-centric company. To achieve this, we hire the world's brightest minds, offering them a fast paced, technologically sophisticated and friendly work environment.Economists for Amazon will be expected to work directly with senior management on key business problems faced in retail and marketing. The role allows you to influence company-wide strategy by applying the frontier of economic thinking to forecasting, program evaluation, customer behavior and other areas. Economists at Amazon will be expected to develop new techniques to process large data sets, use econometric models and methods to address complex problems, design and test hypothesis on customer pain points and key growth ideas and contribute to design of automated systems around the company.We are looking for a results-driven Economist to join the Grocery marketing organization. The team is focused on driving awareness and adoption of grocery delivery as a new Prime benefit. The team is dedicated to innovating and failing fast with minimal resources.Economists will work closely with other research scientists, machine learning experts, and economists globally to design new frameworks for understanding online and omnichannel customer behavior. Research science at Amazon is a highly experimental activity, although theoretical analysis and innovation are also welcome. Our economists and scientists work closely with software engineers to put algorithms into practice. They also work on cross-disciplinary efforts with other scientists within Amazon. This role demands a high capacity to Learn and Be Curious as we need to be constantly adapting to changes in our business and be up to speed on the latest systems, tools, and techniques for extracting, processing, analyzing, modeling, and taking action on data.The key strategic objectives for this role include:· Provide data-driven guidance and recommendations on strategic questions for understanding downstream customer behavior· Design experiments and define and analyze success metrics· Identify opportunities/tests that drive product discovery, new customer acquisition or purchase frequency with the end goal to drive growth.· Conduct, direct, and coordinate all phases of research projects, demonstrating skill in all stages of the analysis process, including defining key research questions, recommending measures, working with multiple data sources, evaluating methodology and design, executing analysis plans, interpreting and communicating results.
US, WA, Seattle
Amazon delights millions of customers around the world. Meet the behind the scenes team that enables our Human Resource and Operations Leaders to make informed decisions. The Amazon PeopleInsight team builds reporting and analytics tools for our teams that fulfill customer promise every day. Whether it is Fulfillment Center team that delivers your Prime order in two days, our Amazon Locker team that lets you pick up your package anytime that is convenient for you, our Prime Now team getting you lunch in under an hour, or one of many more, the PeopleInsight group is there providing people metrics along the employee lifecycle for our global operations businesses. The PeopleInsight team is a collaborative group of Business Analysts, Business Intelligence Engineers, Data Engineers, Data Scientists, Product Managers, and Program Managers dedicated to empowering leaders and enabling action through data and science. We deliver workforce, associate experience, and leadership insights so Amazon leaders can focus their efforts in ways that will engage, retain and grow their associates.We are now recruiting for an exceptional Data Scientist, Worldwide OperationsThe ideal candidate will be:· A Well-Rounded Athlete –Like a true athlete, you understand that we succeed or fail as a team. You are always ready to step up beyond your core responsibilities and go the extra mile for the project and your team. You nimbly overcome barriers to deliver the best products more quickly than expected.· A Perpetual Student – You seek knowledge and insight. You challenge yourself to turn moments into master’s classes. Whether closing a gap, developing a new skill, or staying ahead of your industry, you revel in the joy of learning and growing.· A Skilled Communicator – You excel when interacting with business and technical partners whether you are chatting, sending a written message, or conducting a presentation.· A Trusted Advisor – You work closely with stakeholders to define key business needs and deliver on commitments. You enable effective decision making by retrieving and aggregating data from multiple sources and compiling it into a digestible and actionable format.· An Inventor at Heart – You innovate on behalf of your customer by proactively implementing improvements, enhancements, and customizations. Your customers marvel at your creative solutions to challenges they had not yet identified.· A Fearless Explorer – You are drawn to take on the hardest problems, navigate ambiguity, and battle skepticism. You never settle, even in the face of overwhelming obstacles.Roles and ResponsibilitiesSuccess in this role will include influencing within your team and mentoring peers. The problems you will consider will be difficult to solve and often require a range of data science methodologies combined with subject matter expertise. You will need to be capable of gathering and using complex data set across domains. You will deliver artifacts on medium size projects, define the methodology, and own the analysis. Your findings will affect important business decisions. Solutions are testable and reproducible. You will create documents and share findings in line with scientific best practices for both technical and nontechnical audiences.Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation.
US, WA, Seattle
The DAC AdsEcon Team is looking for an experienced PhD economist. The ideal candidate will have expertise in Empirical Industrial Organization, particularly in auction. You will lead science projects using cutting edge econometrics and ML to advance science behind our advertisement business.Advertising is used daily to surface new selection and provide customers a wider set of product choices along their shopping journeys. The business is focused on generating value for shoppers as well as advertisers. Our team uses a combination of econometrics, machine learning, and data science to build disruptive products for all our Advertising products. We also generate insights to guide Amazon Advertising strategy, providing direct support to senior leadership.