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Unit Chief-Fiscal Policy Unit Congressional Budget Office CBO's Macroeconomic Analysis Division seeks to fill the position of Chief of the Fiscal Policy Studies Unit. That unit analyzes and describes the likely macroeconomic effects of fiscal policies, using several dynamic general equilibrium models that it designs, builds and maintains. October 7, 2008
Faculty Positions for Fall 2009-2010 - Economics and Business Department Albright College Applications are sought from candidates with demonstrated excellence in undergraduate teaching and the potential for scholarship. Normal teaching load is six sections per year. Example of a typical annual load for this position would be one section of economic principles, three of statistics, and two courses from public finance, history of economic thought, industrial organization, senior seminar in economics. October 13, 2008
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor, Economics Department Indiana University The Department is interested in candidates in Macroeconomics. Exceptional candidates in other fields will be considered as well. October 15, 2008
Assistant or Associate Professor in African American Studies Iowa State University See Website October 15, 2008
Tenure-Track Faculty Search in Energy Policy Harvard Kennedy School of Government The Harvard Kennedy School seeks to appoint an assistant or associate professor of public policy with special interests in energy policy to teach, lead and conduct research, mentor graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, and engage with other faculty, policy makers, and the public. October 15, 2008
Tenure-Track positions: Accounting, Management, and Economic Development University of Houston-Victoria Preference will be given to candidates who meet the following requirements: 1). Economic impact studies for economic development projects on communities, regions, etc., 2). Business and financial analysis of the viability of individual private and government economic development projects, 3). Public and private financing of economic development projects 4). Development of economic strategic plans for local communities, 5). Tools of economic development such as the use of geographic information systems (GIS), various statistical analysis techniques such as location quotients, shift-share analysis, prosperity indexes, industry cluster analysis, input-output analysis, multiplier calculations, cost benefit analysis, etc. October 15, 2008
Economics and Finance Position Pennsylvania State University-Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies The ideal candidate should be able to teach Microeconomics (Prices and Markets) and International Finance or Financial Derivatives. Ability to teach effectively in a Web-based environment is a plus. The successful candidate will (1) be responsible for teaching a five-course load to graduate business students; (2) be expected to conduct research that leads to publications in well-regarded refereed journals; and (3) participate in campus and university service activities commensurate with experience and rank. October 20, 2008
Development Economics George Washington University We seek a candidate who is also a dedicated educator and who will be an active contributor to the degree programs of the Elliott School (BA and MA) and the Economics Department (Ph.D.). October 24, 2008
Assistant Professor for Teaching and Advising (International and Global Studies) Brandeis University The appointee will teach four one-semester courses per year, including the core undergraduate and master's courses, and also serve as head of undergraduate advising for IGS. October 31, 2008
Lecturer of Economics, Department of Economics Frostburg State University Teach 6 to 8 courses per year in Principles of Economics and/or various upper-level courses. Preferred fields: Economic Development and/or Economic Systems; Applied Microeconomics. October 31, 2008
Tenure-Track Positions in Economics California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo We are primarily seeking candidates in applied fields of economics who are committed to excellence in teaching and research. Preference will be given to candidates with interest in real estate economics. October 31, 2008
Assistant or Associate Professor Boston University Duties include directing a master's program in business and economics reporting, teaching journalism classes in the subject and participating as an active member of the faculty in research, publication and service. November 1, 2008
Associate or Full Professor in Economics, Development Economics, or Political Economy Naval Postgraduate School The position is open with respect to rank and sub-regional focus, though some preference will be given to demonstrated expertise extending beyond China and/or Japan. A research agenda relevant to regional or international security concerns, broadly conceived, while not essential, is also welcome. November 1, 2008
Assistant Professor of Economics-Managerial Economics University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point Primary responsibility: Teach managerial economics and principles of economics. Strong consideration will be given to candidates with competencies in one of the following secondary areas: environmental economics, economic development, behavioral economics, international finance, technological change, economic systems, and other applied areas. November 1, 2008
Economics University of North Carolina at Greensboro We are searching for scholars who will conduct research, teach graduate and undergraduate courses, and mentor graduate students in the above-listed fields of applied microeconomics. We are particularly interested in candidates who can teach graduate courses in microeconomic theory, Ph.D. courses in applied theory (e.g., game theory and information), and graduate field courses in public economics and labor. November 1, 2008
Faculty Position in Economics Yale University The successful candidate is expected to have a Ph.D. in economics and an established research program on such topics as: environment and development (sustainable development), international trade and the environment, agriculture and environment, integration of ecosystem and economic models, or global public goods. International, women, and U.S. minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply. November 1, 2008
Open Positions College of New Rochelle See Website November 3, 2008
Multiple Positions Guilford College See Website November 5, 2008
Assoc/Asst Professor in Economics Siena College The ideal applicant should have teaching and/or research interests in U.S. economic policy and at least one of; macroeconomic policy, Public Economics; Health, Education and Welfare; Labor and Demographic Economics; Urban, Rural and Regional Economics. The applicant should also have interests in teaching principles and intermediate theory to majors. Teaching duties include nine contact hours per semester typically split between principles and upper division courses; active research and publication is expected. November 7, 2008
Associate Professor, Economics Babson College Candidates must have a demonstrated record of scholarship as evidenced by publications in recognized refereed journals as well as books and other publications. Candidates must also have demonstrated evidence of teaching excellence and be ready to teach in an integrated, cross-disciplinary environment. Preference will be given to candidates with meaningful work experience, who can bring practical knowledge and understanding to the classroom. November 15, 2008
Assistant Professor in Economics, School of Business Administration University of South Carolina at Aiken Commitment to applied research, excellence in teaching Economics at the undergraduate level, and service is required. November 15, 2008
Assistant Professor of Economics, College of Business University of Southern Indiana The preferred candidate will be a regional economist with expertise in applied economics. Teaching at the undergraduate and MBA levels is expected. November 15, 2008
Assistant Professor, International Economics and/or Economic Development University of California at San Diego See Website November 15, 2008
Department Head - Economics South Dakota State University The Department Head is responsible for the leadership and management of one of the largest and most active departments in the College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences. As a member of the College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences leadership, the Department Head has a significant role in college and university strategic planning and initiatives. November 15, 2008
Multiple Tenure-track Openings Hobart and William Smith Colleges Teaching responsibilities include five courses per year and would typically be one section of a core course in political economy (comparative theory and methodology), elective courses in radical and feminist analysis, section(s) of intermediate macroeconomics and principles of economics, and one other course which could be in the Colleges' interdisciplinary programs or general education areas. November 15, 2008
Untenured, Tenure-track Junior Position Pennsylvania State University at University Park Will consider highly qualified candidates in all fields of economics. Candidates must demonstrate the capacity for high-quality instruction and the potential for significant research. November 15, 2008
Open Faculty Positions Amherst College See Website November 17, 2008
Assistant Professor of Economics San Francisco State University Special attention will be given to applicants with an emphasis on either domestic policy or open economy macroeconomics. The position requires teaching and research in the area of macroeconomics. November 21, 2008
Tenure-track Faculty Positions Willamette University See Website November 24, 2008
Assistant Professor of Economics University of California-Merced We seek a scholar who can develop an innovative research program with an emphasis in an applied area of microeconomics, teach at both undergraduate and graduate levels, and serve as a core member of the faculty developing the Economics program at UC Merced. November 25, 2008
Faculty Positions in Economics Kellogg School of Management The MEDS Department includes faculty in pure and applied microeconomic theory, game theory and political science. We invite applicants in all fields. November 25, 2008
Faculty, Department of Economics University of Regina (Saskatchewan) We seek candidates committed to excellence in research and teaching at all levels. Areas of expertise are open but preference will be given to candidates with experience in the fields of labour economics, applied econometrics, public economics, or environmental economics. Duties include teaching core theory courses at all levels as well as applied courses within the candidate's specialty. The successful candidate will be active in research and expected to take on some administrative duties within the Department. November 30, 2008
Assistant Professor (John F. Kennedy School of Government) Harvard Kennedy School of Government We are interested in candidates with strong analytical skills. We are conducting a general search in all fields in economics, and are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in finance. We are also interested in strong candidates in the fields of Statistics and Operations Research. December 1, 2008
Assistant Professor of Economics Valdosta State University Teaching fields must include economic issues, principles and fields in Macroeconomics and International Economics. Some preference will be given to those who have teaching interests in Money and Banking with a strong econometrics background. December 1, 2008
Faculty Positions Williams College See Website December 1, 2008
Tenure-track or Tenured Position in Economics University of Pennsylvania Candidates should show strong research potential and a capacity for effective teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. December 1, 2008
Assistant Professor- Microeconomic Theory Northern Illinois University We anticipate making this appointment at the Assistant Professor level, and we have a strong preference for a candidate with at least two publications in quality refereed journals. The primary need of the department is in the field of micro-economic theory, and we would be particularly interested in candidates who also have an interest in international economics. December 5, 2008
Associate or Full Professor, Consumer Economics and Food Marketing University of Minnesota Provide leadership for Consumer Economics and Food Marketing research and teaching programs and engage interested parties inside and outside the University to inform and enhance the research and education activities in this field. This includes the opportunity to eventually direct The Food Industry Center, a Sloan Foundation Industries Study Center charged with research and outreach activities related to the food industry. December 7, 2008
Economics-Natural Resource and Environmental University of Hawaii at Hilo Teach introductory micro- and macro-economics and advanced undergraduate courses in natural resource economics and environmental economics; advise students; engage in scholarly activity and publish results in peer-reviewed journals; lead in new program development in this area and engage in outcomes assessment; participate in University and community service. December 20, 2008
PostDok / Assistant Prof Universität Mannheim (Germany) The ideal candidate should be interested and have experience in the fields: Impact evaluation, treatment effects, microeconometrics; Labour markets and African datasets and institutions. The main focus of this position will be on research, with some teaching related to the candidate's field of interest. December 30, 2008
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor KAIST (Korea Advanced Instititute of Science and Technology) (Korea, Republic Of) See Website December 31, 2008
Assistant/Associate Prof. of Political Economy Governors State University (United States) Primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in economic history, international political economy, economic theory, and research methods. Emphasizing the interaction of economics, politics and society, the successful candidate should be able to teach and do research in at least one of the following policy analysis areas: poverty and inequality, urban studies, environmental economics, or international development. Other responsibilities include: advising undergraduate students, supervising internships and the possibility of providing service to a proposed Center for Civic Engagement. December 31, 2008
Assistant or associate professors Universidad de Santiago de Chile (Chile) The positions are for three years, after which a tenure decision is made. Candidates must demonstrate a strong commitment to research and are expected to possess a PhD by August 2008. The teaching load is limited to 2 courses a year for the first three years, and will depend on research productivity after tenure. Instruction is in Spanish, but provisional arrangements can be made until language proficiency is achieved. December 31, 2008
Assistant Professor Finance University of Bamberg (Germany) See Website December 31, 2008
Assistant Professor/Lecturer in International Trade University of Macedonia, GREECE (Greece) The Department of Economics at the University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, GREECE is interested in filling one academic position in the area "Economic Analysis with emphasis in International Trade" at the Assistant Professor/Lecturer grade. All candidates should be EU citizens and fluent in the Greek language. December 31, 2008
Associate Professor in Microeconomics or Econometrics ENSAE, Paris (France) In his/her fields of interest, the associate-professor contributes to the ENSAE's efforts to continuously improve and update the three year program. The associate-professor teaches two 20 hour courses. The associate-professor takes part in other tutoring tasks, such as supervising projects. Apart from the teaching and tutoring, the associate-professor is expected to be active within the CREST and other partner research centers (seminars, workshops, reading groups …). December 31, 2008
Associate or Full Professor University Aix-Marseille II (France) Applications from researchers working in the areas of International Economics or Public Economics or Development Economics are particularly welcome. The post is initially a 3-year fix term appointment but arrangement can be made at the start to transform the appointment into a permanent position at the end of the third year. The gross salary scale ranges from 34,000 to 61,000 Euros per annum. The point of appointment on the salary scale will depend on the successful candidate's profile. The teaching load is of 128 hours per annum, teaching is in French but the research environment is English speaking. December 31, 2008
Economist (Senior Researcher) Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft Köln Consult GmbH (Germany) See Website December 31, 2008
Faculty Position in Health Management and Policy University of New Hampshire (United States) The individual will have a joint appointment within the Department and the Institute. Candidates must possess an earned doctorate in health management/policy (with expertise/experience in health care organizational management or health informatics), public health (with expertise/experience in epidemiology, biostatistics or public health program administration), or closely related discipline. Candidates with evidence of successful teaching experience are valued as are ones prepared to engage in collaborative research in a multidisciplinary setting. Applied and research experience in the area of Community Health Policy and Management and strong methodological skills are desirable. The College and the Institute are building significant research capacity in the area, and will provide opportunities and support for research in addition to core teaching responsibilities. December 31, 2008
Market economist (m/f) BANQUE DE FRANCE (France) Tasks: Carrying out research and policy work in the above areas for the preparation of high-level international meetings (BIS, Financial Stability Forum, G7, IMF, etc.); Producing research work for Banque de France publications (Financial Stability Review, Bulletin, etc.); Participating in internal and international working groups within the Division's area of expertise; Setting up and monitoring advanced crisis indicators December 31, 2008
POST GRADUATE TEACHER (ECONOMICS) DIRECTORATE OF EDUCATION (A & N ISLANDS) (India) See Website December 31, 2008
Professor in economics (any field) University of Chile (Chile) See Website December 31, 2008
Professor of Economics EDHEC Business School (Lille) (France) Candidates should have demonstrated their ability to produce the highest quality research in economics and to teach students at both the graduate and postgraduate levels. The successful candidate will participate in the work of the EDHEC economics research centre on the evaluation of economic policy. Current research programs involve the intersection between economic and financial issues, and the areas of labor markets and higher education. December 31, 2008
Professor of Economics specialized in Insurance or Education EDHEC Business School (Lille) (France) Applications are invited for the position of Professor of Economics specialized in Insurance Microeconomics or Education Microeconomics. The insurance themes are envisaged in relation to social protection (healthcare) and financial issues at the intersection between economics and finance. The education themes are envisaged in relation with the financing of higher education and its organization. Candidates should have demonstrated their ability to produce the highest quality research in economics and to teach students at both the graduate and postgraduate levels. The successful candidate will participate in the work of the EDHEC economics research centre on the evaluation of economic policy. December 31, 2008
Scientific researcher (economist/econometrician) The Dutch Central Bank (Netherlands) Engage in applied scientific research. Give presentations on your research results. Give advice to DNB's policy-makers on the basis of your research expertise. December 31, 2008
(Tenured) Assistant Professor University Ca' Foscari of Venice (Italy) See Website December 31, 2008
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (m/w) European Business School (EBS) International University Schloß Reichartshausen, Real Estate Management Institute (Germany) See Website December 31, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterinnen/Mitarbeiter Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg (Germany) See Website December 31, 2008
Bus. Econ / Finance, Accounting / Marketing / Op. Mgmt - any rank CEU Business School (Hungary) See Website February 28, 2009
Analyst - Private Sector Mandates Unit Congressional Budget Office The Microeconomic Studies Division is responsible for researching and analyzing the economic effects of governmental policies and regulations on the private sector. Analytical areas include agriculture, commerce, energy and natural resources, the environment, federal personnel, intellectual property, public investment in infrastructure and science, telecommunications, transportation, and trade. Analysts in the Private-Sector Mandates Unit prepare statements on the impact of legislation in those areas and monitor and evaluate bills as they move through the legislative process. Analysts may also participate in studies on current policy issues. Until Filled
Analyst - State and Local Cost Estimates Unit Congressional Budget Office The analyst's primary responsibilities will include: 1) estimating the impact of federal legislation on the budgets of state, local, and tribal governments; 2) preparing special studies about proposed legislation, and responding to inquiries from Congress and the public; and tracking and analyzing financial data from state and local governments. Until Filled
Analyst/Summer Analyst Position Cornerstone Research Analysts play a central role at Cornerstone Research. They work in case teams which range in size but typically include a faculty expert, senior consultants, and analysts. Within a case team, the analyst makes important contributions during all phases of a project—from developing case strategy, to conducting analyses, to preparing experts for testimony. Casework has both quantitative and qualitative elements, involving such key responsibilities as conducting financial and economic modeling, examining market and industry behavior, and presenting findings to colleagues and clients. Until Filled
Assistant Academic Coordinator: Economics (part-time, online) Smarthinking.com SMARTHINKING's Economics program provides daily online learning support to college students nationwide and internationally, through both synchronous and asynchronous tutorials. The Assistant Economics Coordinator will have the following duties: 1) Organize the strategic development of the economics team focusing on vision, training, and pedagogical resources; 2) As needed, advertise for positions, review applications, interview, and select tutors; 3)  Train and orient new recruits to SMARTHINKING's philosophy, technology and administrative rules. As needed, revise existing training materials for both synchronous and asynchronous tutorials or develop new training and professional development materials; 4) Set and maintain semester schedules, substitutions, and track tutor hours. On a regular basis, provide recommendations on staffing decisions; 5)  Evaluate tutorials, providing positive, constructive feedback. As needed, revise and develop outcomes and assessment tools; 6)  Maintain and build on the current economics program with a collaborative approach. Research, develop, and implement professional growth activities and team-bonding exercises and 7) As needed, meet with clients to demonstrate the capabilities of the Economics programs. Until Filled
Assistant Analyst Congressional Budget Office The successful candidate will provide the division's analysts with spreadsheet and statistical analyses, graphics, literature reviews, and other research assistance. He or she may also conduct independent research on a variety of topics. Until Filled
Assistant Professor Washington and Lee University The Department of Economics is interested in hiring one assistant professor for the 2008-09 academic year.  Responsibilities for this position include teaching introductory statistics and principles of economics.  Candidates in all fields are encouraged to apply.  Anyone who fills this position will have the opportunity to teach at least one course in their field of specialization.  Until Filled
Associate/Summer Associate Position Cornerstone Research An associate's responsibilities include: identifying key economic and financial issues; conducting in-depth research and analyzing relevant data; creating analytical frameworks and building economic and financial models; presenting complex findings to counsel and participating in the preparation of expert reports, declarations, and other work product. Until Filled
Associate Economist, Casework Unit Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Conducts statistical and economic analyses of current macroeconomic and regional data, and provides research support for the economists. May evaluate possible competitive effects of complex Bank Holding Company (BHC) acquisitions and bank merger applications, and respond to requests for data related to the baking markets. The level of work required is considered entry-level and staff work under direct supervision. This position has no direct reports. Until Filled
Assistant or Associate Professor (Macroeconomic Theory and Policy Analysis) American University The department welcomes applications from candidates with diverse theoretical perspectives and who are interested in policy applications of macro theory. An interest in long-run growth, heterodox macro models, and the political economy of macro policy is especially welcome. The department seeks applicants with an active research agenda and an ability to develop a strong publication record. Applicants must have the ability to teach effectively at the undergraduate and graduate levels and provide evidence of strong teaching skills. Until Filled
Assistant/Associate Faculty - Macroeconomics/ Public Policy Duquesne University Specific responsibilities include teaching up to five courses per year in undergraduate and graduate economics courses in the Palumbo and Donahue Schools. In addition, faculty candidates are expected to produce a consistent stream of quality research, participate in curriculum development, and supervise student theses. Service on various committees will be required, but will not constitute a significant portion of the job responsibilities for untenured faculty. Publication in peer-reviewed, scholarly journals in economics is required for promotion and tenure. Until Filled
Assistant Professor - Environmental/Natural Resources Policy Utah State University Teaching responsibilities will include: an annual undergraduate course in natural resource policy and economics; 1-2 undergraduate and/or graduate courses per year in areas related to environmental and natural resource policy; participation in delivery of distance education courses, and supervision of graduate students in our M.S. and Ph.D. programs. Must be able to teach entry-level economics to students majoring in environmental and natural resources management fields. Until Filled
Budget Analyst Department of Justice See Website Until Filled
Business Administration and Economics Faculty University of South Carolina at Sumter Commitment to applied research, excellence in teaching management at the undergraduate level, and service is required. Until Filled
Economist CPP Investment Board See Website Until Filled
Economist Federal Reserve Board Economists at the Board conduct independent economic research and contribute substantially to the economic forecasting and policy analysis used by the Board and the Federal Open Market Committee. Board economists are among the leading producers of papers published in professional journals and presented at various conferences. The research explores a full range of macro and micro topics, from large-scale econometric modeling to the economics of regulation. Board economists also work with members of the Board in the preparation of congressional testimony and other presentations, and provide technical advice as needed to the Board, the Federal Reserve Banks, and other central banks. Until Filled
Economist/Budget Management Analyst The State of Ohio, Office of Budget and Management See Website Until Filled
Faculty Positions Herbert H. Lehman College of the City University of New York See Website Until Filled
Faculty Positions in the School of Business University of Southern California See Website Until Filled
Faculty Vacancies, Fall 2009 California State University at Sacramento See Website Until Filled
Finance & Economics Faculty Position - Atkinson Graduate School of Management Willamette University-Atkinson Graduate School of Management See Website Until Filled
Health Analysts Congressional Budget Office CBO's health analysts work closely with key Congressional staff on the development of federal health care policy. Analysts will prepare multiyear spending projections for federal civilian health programs, analyze the Administration's budget proposals, and prepare cost estimates for legislation being considered by the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Legislation may encompass a wide range of initiatives affecting the financing or delivery of health care services, including proposals to modify existing benefits in the Medicaid or Medicare prescription drug programs, finance long-term care initiatives, expand health insurance coverage, and extend patents for drugs. Until Filled
Multiple Faculty Positions: Stern School of Business New York University See Website Until Filled
Multiple Positions Fashion Institute of Technology See Website Until Filled
Multiple Tenure-track Faculty Positions - B-School Doctoral Faculty Shortage Initiative AACSB International See Website Until Filled
Quantitative Labor/Health Economist Congressional Budget Office The Long-Term Modeling Group in the Health and Human Resources Division seeks an economist who will help integrate health status and health care expenditures into a large-scale micro-simulation model and conduct research in the health area. The model provides the basis for analyzing economic well-being of individuals across and within cohorts as well as projected budget outcomes, with a special focus on Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security. Research could encompass areas such as factors that drive health cost growth, characteristics of high-cost Medicare beneficiaries, or the correlation of health expenditures within families. Until Filled
Research Associate/PhD Candidate HHL In addition to conducting research and pursuing the PhD program, the candidate's responsibilities include the support of teaching activities at the Chair (such as offering exercise sessions, providing support for students as well as supervising projects conducted with students and corporate partners). Until Filled
Research Scholar, The Distribution of Income and Wealth The Levy Institute The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College invites applications for two Research Scholar positions in the Distribution of Income and Wealth program. The scholars will collaborate with a team of economists on updating and extending the Levy Institute Measure of Economic Well-Being (LIMEW). The successful candidates must be capable of developing analyses of well-being and deprivation using the LIMEW and its components. Special consideration will be given to candidates with research interests in issues of international comparisons of living standards and the measurement of poverty. Given the broad nature of our measure, a wide variety of research interests can be complementary to the project. Until Filled
Sam B. Cook Chair in Economics University of Missouri The Department of Economics seeks applications and nominations for the Sam B. Cook Chair in Economics. This is a fully endowed chair in macroeconomics, broadly defined. Until Filled
Senior Labor Economist Congressional Budget Office The Health and Human Resources Division is seeking a senior labor economist with an interest in analyzing a broad range of policies and programs affecting employment and income security. Until Filled
Tenure-Track Faculty, Finance (Rank open) Saint Mary's College of California See Website Until Filled
Tenure-track Positions Dartmouth College See Website Until Filled
Tenure-track Positions for Academic Year 2009-2010 Salisbury University See Website Until Filled
Tenure-track/Tenured Positions American University See Website Until Filled
Economics Faculty Columbia College Chicago The ideal applicant should have teaching and research interests in at least two of the following areas: international, behavioral, resource and environmental, labor, public, or urban and regional economics; economic history, political economy, economic development, game theory, and/or industrial organizations. We are strongly interested in someone who is able to successfully integrate qualitative and quantitative methods. October 3, 2008
Faculty, Economics Columbia College Chicago The ideal applicant should have teaching and research interests in at least two of the following areas: international, behavioral, resource and environmental, labor, public, or urban and regional economics; economic history, political economy, economic development, game theory, and/or industrial organizations. We are strongly interested in someone who is able to successfully integrate qualitative and quantitative methods. October 3, 2008
Assistant, Associate and Full Professors in the School of Management University of California at San Diego Associate-level candidates must show evidence of a strong research record in their specialization, while candidates for senior rank must demonstrate a continuing publication record in leading journals. October 1, 2008
Assistant Professor - Economics South Dakota State University Teach undergraduate and graduate classes in economics and finance; advise undergraduate students; engage in scholarly research; and participate in departmental and university activities. October 1, 2008
Faculty Openings Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business There must be evidence that the candidates can conduct research and teach at a level of quality consistent with Tuck's high standards. October 1, 2008
Faculty Positions - Business, Mathematics, Communications Temple University Japan See Website October 1, 2008
Faculty Position, School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences University of Texas at Dallas The ideal candidate will have an interest in teaching graduate econometrics and have primary research/teaching interests in one or more of the applied fields listed above. October 1, 2008
Multiple Faculty Positions Wellesley College See Website October 1, 2008
Senior or Full Time Lecturer, Foster School of Business University of Washington See Website October 1, 2008
Associate Director University of Montana at Missoula The successful candidate will have a demonstrated record of peer-reviewed research and ability to communicate findings in non-technical language. September 30, 2008
Assistant Professor - International Economics University of North Dakota Primary responsibilities: undergraduate/graduate teaching and publication of refereed journal articles. September 30, 2008
Instructor/Assistant Professor of Business Western Wyoming Community College The primary responsibility of this individual is to provide quality instruction to WWCC students enrolled in classes taught at the main campus in Rock Springs. Teaching a course over a distance education medium, such as compressed video or internet is also a common expectation at WWCC. This individual must be able to relate to a wide variety of students in the community college environment including business audiences seeking industry-training programs. This individual's responsibilities will include teaching courses in Business Administration, Economics and Finance. September 22, 2008
Assistant/Associate Professor of Finance - Faculty Position The Department of Economics and Finance at the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business at Salisbury University Primary Job Duties include teaching 3 courses/semester at the undergraduate and graduate levels, engaging in scholarly activity commensurate with the school's mission, service/outreach to the University community, advising and mentoring. September 20, 2008
Lecturer - Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies University of Sydney SSPS's Centre for Peace and Conflict studies is presently seeking to appoint a lecturer with a passion for subject-specific areas of expertise and demonstrated abilities in teaching, research, course coordination and administration. September 12, 2008
Lecturer in Political Economy University of Sydney Along with an expertise in economic theory and policy, you will bring with you an established track record of high-quality research publications and clear potential for future international and national journal publications. September 12, 2008
Lecturers in Government and International Relations (4 positions) University of Sydney See Website September 12, 2008
Lecturers in Socio-Legal Studies University of Sydney Your demonstrated expertise will include planning and teaching units of study related to socio-legal studies, as well as one or more of the following related areas: criminology, human rights law and social justice and quantitative and/or qualitative research methods. Highly desirable is proficiency in teaching large first year (or similar) units of study, a law degree, and administrative capabilities. Practical experience in the field of human rights is also highly desirable for the 3 year contract position. September 12, 2008
Chair, Department of Economics and Finance University of Dayton Candidates should have strong training in finance; a good understanding of economics and the ability to work closely with economics faculty to advance the goals of that discipline; a track-record of quality research in finance commensurate with the rank; and the ability and desire to teach effectively at both the undergraduate and MBA levels. Administrative experience is a plus but not necessary. Areas of expertise must be in derivatives or international finance or banking management. September 10, 2008
Assistant Professor Drexel University The position is in the area of Empirical International Trade with a particular focus on political economy, trade-adjustment assistance and unemployment. September 9, 2008
Vice President Farm Foundation The Vice President serves as the Chief Operating Office of Farm Foundation.  The Vice President is responsible to the President for all aspects of the Foundation's business and financial operations, and participates actively in program management and representation. September 2, 2008
Coordinator - Associate Professor or Professor of Economics/Finance Northern Arizona University NAU-Yuma is seeking a Coordinator-Associate Professor of Economics/Finance whose primary duty will be to provide oversight for the administration, programmatic rigor, scheduling and staffing of classes across the three delivery sites. Will be expected to teach courses in economics with an emphasis on finance; serve as the discipline leader in the continued development of innovative curricula for the BBA program; provide leadership in the development of applied research opportunities for faculty and students within the BBA program; and will be expected to develop an environment of positive academic and career advisement to a diverse student body. September 1, 2008
Non-Tenure-track Teaching Position Pennsylvania State University at University Park Particularly interested in applications from established principles instructors who have a record of excellence in teaching sections of more than 150 students. The length of the initial contract is contingent on the qualifications of the applicant, but will not exceed five years. Contracts are renewable by mutual consent. September 1, 2008
Professor and Chair, Department of Economics Appalachian State University The Chair provides leadership to a department with 17 full-time faculty in pursuing the College of Business mission of excellence in scholarship, teaching, and service. Responsibilities include an active program of scholarship, student advisement, and participation in service activities. The standard teaching load for one active in research is 3 hours per semester. September 1, 2008
Tenure-Track Position in Economics and Business Management Berea College Primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate management courses in a liberal arts environment. Other areas of expertise and interest, such as production and operations management, human resources management, total quality management, and management information systems, will be considered. Opportunities to teach in the college's general studies program may be available. September 1, 2008
Consultant (w/m) Strategieberatung TWS Partners GmbH (Germany) See Website August 31, 2008
Director of Energy Studies University of Florida - PURC (United States) The Director of Energy Studies will teach in the PURC/World Bank International Training Program on Utility Regulation and Strategy, direct the development of advanced courses in regulation and customized courses on energy regulation, serve as an expert resource for regulatory professionals and policy makers in Florida and around the world, develop a research agenda that informs academic community and practitioners on emerging issues and best practices in energy policy, and organize portions of the PURC annual conference. The successful candidate will have strong analytical skills, an advanced degree in economics or a related field, experience in the field of energy regulation and policy, and an in-depth knowledge of energy issues. A Ph.D. is preferred, but other degrees will be considered. August 31, 2008
Lecturer/Assistant Professor of Economics Başkent University, Ankara (Turkey) Responsibilities include teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level, and active research. August 31, 2008
PhD Finance University of Konstanz (Germany) Candidates for this position* are expected to develop a record of research, which enables them to receive a doctorate. Attend classes and study financial economics and related subjects. Conduct independent research and assist teaching courses (2 hours per week in German or English) at Konstanz University in finance. Assist with the administration of the institute. August 31, 2008
Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor/Senior Lecturer in Economics Program United International College Job Description: 1.Teach economics courses and some business course such as introduction to business. 2.Do some administration work as required 3.Undertake research in the related fields 4.Promote DBM abroad August 31, 2008
Budget Analyst Department Of Justice See Website August 27, 2008
Associate or Assistant Professor in Microeconomics Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences of the University of Bern (Switzerland) Candidates should possess outstanding academic qualifications and should have research interest in micro-economics in general and in environmental and climate economics in particular. Close cooperation with the Oeschger Centre of Climate Research (OCCR) is expected. Duties involve teaching and research at the Department of Economics as well as in the Graduate School of Climate Science both at the graduate and executive level. The language of instruction is English. August 15, 2008
Senior positions (tenured) Pennsylvania State University at University Park Will consider highly qualified candidates in all fields of economics. Candidates must be engaged in important ongoing research, have a superior publication record, and have demonstrated effectiveness in teaching. Rank and salary are open and highly competitive. August 15, 2008
Visiting Research Scholar Princeton University The successful candidate will carry out research and participate actively in the intellectual life of the University, particularly at the intersection of economics and the environment. While at Princeton, the Scholar will be expected to: engage in research in the field, teach an undergraduate course, advise students, and contribute to the program on disease management. Primary rank for this appointment will be Visiting Research Scholar. During the semester(s) when the candidate is assigned to teach a course, he/she will be appointed as a lecturer. Teaching responsibilities will be contingent upon the approval of the sponsoring department and the Dean of the Faculty. August 15, 2008
Professor - Economics Mid-Continent University Major duties will include teaching and related duties as well as curriculum development. August 8, 2008
Visiting Assistant Professor Economics Purdue University (United States) The Department of Economics invites applications for one or more visiting assistant professor positions. The positions require a Ph.D. or expected completion by August 2008. Candidates should show evidence of research potential and a commitment to teaching, and will be expected to teach at the undergraduate and/or graduate levels. August 1, 2008
Assistant Professor - Food and Agricultural Business New Mexico State University Main Campus Capacity to apply economic and business analysis tools, such as econometrics or math programming. Teach up to two undergraduate level courses in food and agribusiness marketing an/or management topics and at least one graduate level course related to his/her field of expertise, for a teaching load of three courses per year. July 31, 2008
Lecturers (Assistant Professors) in Economics University of St.Gallen (Switzerland) The teaching load will be two classes (four hours) per week (24 weeks p.a.). July 31, 2008
Post-doc and Tenure track positions in economics f/m Centre for World Food Studies at the VU University in Amsterdam (Netherlands) The job openings are for economists with a strong background in economic theory or quantitative methods. The candidates should have a PhD in economics or econometrics, preferably with publications in international journals. They will be active in project acquisition and the execution and coordination of externally funded projects. Educational tasks have to be performed in projects that have a capacity building component. Experience in programming is considered an asset. July 31, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Assistent/in Schweizerisches Institut für Empirische Wirtschaftsforschung, Universität St.Gallen (Switzerland) See Website July 31, 2008
Assistant Professor/Lecturer in Macroeconomic Theory University of Macedonia (Greece) All candidates should be EU citizens and fluent in the Greek language. July 21, 2008
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/ Associate Professor in Macroeconomics University of Otago, Dunedin (New Zealand) See Website July 18, 2008
Positions in Finance Woosong University Applicants should have at least a master's degree (MA/MS) in a related field, two years of teaching experience and five years of real-world experience. Ph.D. preferred. July 15, 2008
Postdoc Positions Hausdorff Center for Mathematics, Bonn (Germany) The Hausdorff Center for Mathematics (HCM) at the University of Bonn offers up to 15 Postdoctoral Positions in all fields of mathematics and mathematical economics. The duration of these positions may vary from half a year up to two years. There are no teaching obligations but such opportunities are provided if desired by the candidates. July 15, 2008
Four (4) positions, Lecturer or Assistant Prof. (Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, History, Applied Econometric) University of Crete (Greece) See Website July 12, 2008
Assistant Professor, Division of Economics & Business State University of New York College at Oneonta Teach undergraduate courses in computing skills, management information systems, and enterprise resource planning; conduct research leading to publications in refereed journals; departmental duties. July 11, 2008
Teaching/Research Assistants (Full time PhD positions) in Economics (2) and Business (1) Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis, Brussels, Belgium (Belgium) See Website July 10, 2008
Full Professorship and fixed-term Professorships Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus (Denmark) The position as Full Professor is a permanent position, while the fixed-term Professorships are for a five-year period. The positions have an obligation to research and teach, including participation in the scientific development of the field, teaching, research training, pedagogical guidance/supervision of assistant professors, supervision of PhD students, and preparation of and participation in administrative work. The applicant is expected to promote the research area by providing intellectual leadership, conducting research at a high international level, attracting external funding, and collaborating and communicating with external partners locally, nationally, and internationally. The applicant is expected to be able to work in teams with other researchers. It is expected that the applicant has documented scientific research in the area at an international level, as well as documented good teaching skills. Furthermore, it is expected that the applicant will be able to teach in English. July 7, 2008
Assistant or Associate Professor of Business Nyack College Teaching responsibilities include economics, finance, and management, depending on the needs of the department. Nyack College, a Christian liberal arts college of the Christian and Missionary Alliance offers courses in the NYC area on both its Rockland and Manhattan locations and seeks to assist students in their spiritual, intellectual, and social formation, preparing them for lives of service to Christ and His church and to society in a way that reflects the Kingdom of God and its ethnic diversity. It is essential, therefore, that the prospective faculty member be in full sympathy with both the theological commitments and the standards of Christian behavior, which the college upholds. An earned Ph.D. is preferred, but not required. July 1, 2008
Economist/Research Scientist/Sr. Research Scientist Wellesley College The Wellesley Centers for Women (WCW) at Wellesley College is seeking a fulltime economist with expertise on gender. The person in this position will bring her/his own research program. She/he will also collaborate with other WCW researchers to build on prior national and international work at the Centers on women, children, and public policy. July 1, 2008
Post-Doctoral Position in Empirical Finance Swiss Institute of Banking and Finance, University of St. Gallen (Switzerland) The position is specifically designed to attract research-oriented scholars. The candidate is expected to conduct high-quality empirical research and to interact with other faculty members. Good writing and computing skills are essential. Fluency in English is required, knowledge of German is welcome. The position is free of administrative duties and teaching obligations. If a small teaching load is desired, this can be accommodated. July 1, 2008
Research Professor The Institute of Economic Analysis, CSIC (Spain) Applicants should have a solid academic qualification and an outstanding international reputation in high quality scholarship and research. We stress high research achievement in all areas of economics. Candidates must be European citizens and hold a Ph.D. homologated by the Spanish Ministry of Education. July 1, 2008
Tenure-track Position Hamilton College We are looking for candidates who will be both productive scholars and engaging undergraduate teachers.  The standard teaching load in the department is 5 courses per year.  Applicants should hold a Ph.D. in Economics or expect to complete all requirements by Fall 2008. July 1, 2008
Assistant or Associate Professor of Economics West Chester University of Pennsylvania (United States) Primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and MBA students in a manner consistent with AACSB standards, publishing scholarly research appropriate for AACSB institutions, and performing departmental and university-wide service. June 30, 2008
Assistant Professor in Finance ESCP-EAP, European School of Management (France) he department invites applications from strong candidates in any field of specialisation. Courses are taught in English and French and the candidates should be willing to acquire teaching proficiency in both languages. June 30, 2008
Associate Professor TELECOM&Management SudParis (France) The applicant should demonstrate research and publication ability in the field of project management, strong capacity to build and strengthen academic relationships at both domestic and international levels. June 30, 2008
Associate Professor (Leadership, Organisation Management) TELECOM&Management SudParis (France) The applicant should demonstrate research and publication ability in the field of leadership, organisation management, strong capacity to build and strengthen academic relationships at both domestic and international levels. June 30, 2008
Doctoral Student Development Economics LICOS, KU Leuven (Belgium) The position is for 4 years starting from October 2008. The research will relate to small-scale fisheries marketing systems (supply chains), the role of producer organizations and tools and analysis for impact assessment. The research will involve fieldwork, among others in the Congo Basin Region. June 30, 2008
Economist/Research Scientist/Sr. Research Scientist Wellesley College (United States) The Wellesley Centers for Women (WCW) at Wellesley College is seeking a fulltime economist with expertise on gender. The person in this position will bring her/his own research program. She/he will also collaborate with other WCW researchers to build on prior national and international work at the Centers on women, children, and public policy. June 30, 2008
Faculty - College of Business Johnson & Wales University (N.C.) See Website June 30, 2008
Permanent position EUROMED MARSEILLE, Ecole de Management (France) See Website June 30, 2008
Ph.D. positions (Mathematical Economics / Game Theory) Department of Economics, University of Konstanz (Germany) Successful candidates will be engaged in research tasks in mathematical economics and game theory. A close cooperation with projects within the new Center for Psychoeconomics (see http://www.uni-konstanz.de/psychoecon for details) is expected. They will hold a position ("Lehrstuhlstelle": 1/2 TVL E-13 in the German wage scale for public employees) for an initial two-year period, renewable for up to a total of four years. Starting date is October the 1st, 2008, but an earlier date is also possible. These positions involve a teaching load of two hours per week. Participation in the Ph.D. courses of the Doctoral Program of the Department of Economics is compulsory. June 30, 2008
Ph.D. positions and PostDocs (Economics or Psychology) Center for Psychoeconomics, University of Konstanz (Germany) See Website June 30, 2008
Postdoctoral associate INT School of Management (France) Projects deal with "managing open innovation." June 30, 2008
Professor and Director, Centre for Health Economics Monash University, Melbourne (Australia) The successful candidate will have an international reputation for excellent research, a strong record of obtaining external research grants, highly developed leadership, management and networking skills and a vision for the future of health economics in Australia and internationally. June 30, 2008
Professor/Head of School, School of Economics & Finance Victoria University of Wellington See Website June 30, 2008
Professor of Environmental Economics University of Bath (United Kingdom) Applicants should have a strong record of teaching in economics, and of research based on the application of economics to environmental and natural resource issues. In addition to international standing as a scholar, the successful candidate should have the qualities required to secure research grants and to provide academic leadership in this field. June 30, 2008
Research and Teaching Assistant in Microeconomic Theory HHL - Leipzig Graduate School of Management (Germany) The ideal candidate is expected to have excellent analytical skills and holds a diploma or master's degree (at merit or with distinction) in Economics, Mathematical Economics, Computer Science, (Applied) Mathematics, or Business Administration. In particular, a strong background in Economics (Game Theory, Mechanism Design), or Mathematics is preferable. Besides fluency in English - knowledge of the German language is advantageous but not required - the candidate is expected to be highly self-motivated to conduct independent and joint research within the broad research interests of the chair. June 30, 2008
Research Visitor position (funded) Austrian central Bank, Vienna (Austria) The position provides an opportunity for conducting independent research. The successful applicant will not be expected to do any policy or administrative work, but is expected to actively participate in our research group, be present throughout the year, and publish at least one paper during his or her stay in the OeNB's Working Paper series. June 30, 2008
Senior Researcher (Oberassistent) (70%) Center for Comparative and International Studies (CIS), ETH Zurich (Switzerland) Job description: The IPE research group at the CIS, of which you will be an essential part, is led by Prof. Thomas Bernauer (http://www.ib.ethz.ch). It studies the interactions between states (politics) and markets (economics) in an open world economy in areas such as environmental and technology policy, trade, and finance. You will conduct research on issues of Comparative and International Political Economy. She or he will also supervise PhD students and teach around one course per year. June 30, 2008
Wiss. Mitarbeiter/-in Leibniz Universität Hannover (Germany) See Website June 30, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Leibniz-Institut für Agrarentwicklung in Mittel- und Osteuropa (IAMO) (Germany) See Website June 30, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Technische Universität Carolo-Wilhelmina zu Braunschweig, Institut für Volkswirtschaftslehre (Germany) See Website June 30, 2008
Professorship Economics Universtiy of Leipzig (Germany) The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of the University of Leipzig seeks applications to a full professorship in economics, in particular econometrics. We welcome applications from qualified candidates with an outstanding international research record. Applicants should have profound knowledge of econometric methods and methods of empirical economics as well as an interest in economic research questions. Particular emphasis will be placed on teaching skills in English in particular for our Bachelor and Master studies as well as the doctoral programme. June 26, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin / Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Friedrich Schiller University of Jena (Germany) See Website June 25, 2008
Assistant Professor of Economics University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire The position will teach courses in introductory economics and money and banking, and an interest in teaching business fluctuations/forecasting or intermediate macroeconomics is desired. June 23, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter-Stelle Universität Göttingen (Germany) See Website June 20, 2008
Assistant Professor/Lecturer in Public Finance University of Macedonia (Greece) All candidates should be EU citizens and fluent in the Greek language. June 18, 2008
Faculty Positions, College of Business Administration Kuwait University College of Business Administration See Website June 16, 2008
Instructor/Assistant Professor of Economics Albright College Teaching load is six sections per year; one of economic principles, three of statistics, two from public finance, history of economic thought, industrial organization, or senior seminar in economics. June 16, 2008
Lecturer in Economics Brunel University, London (United Kingdom) London Weighting Full-time, fixed term for one year We are seeking to appoint a Researcher to assist a team of UK and US Economists and Nutritional Scientists, working on a Leverhulme sponsored project. The starting date for the project is 1 September 2008. The successful candidate will preferably have a PhD in Economics and/or Econometrics, although this is not an absolute requirement, and will have a considerable experience with handling large data sets, using software such as Stata and SAS. Significant knowledge of Econometrics, together with the ability to handle demand systems of equations (e.g. AIDS) is desirable. June 16, 2008
Assistant Professor Brevard College The ideal candidate will have a strong appreciation for the liberal arts setting where small classes and student interaction are valued. Applicants should possess a broad range of teaching competencies particularly economics, marketing, entrepreneurship, and IT. Experience in teaching business based on the principles of sustainable enterprise and the triple bottom line is a plus. Additional responsibilities include committee work, academic advising, and internship direction. Qualified applicants will possess an earned doctorate degree in a business discipline and have demonstrated teaching experience at the undergraduate level. Salary and rank are commensurate with experience. June 15, 2008
Assistant / Associate Professor in Finance Aarhus School of Business, Universty of Aarhus (Denmark) The position as associate professor is a permanent position with an obligation to research and teach, including participation in the scientific development of the field, teaching, research training, pedagogical guidance/supervision of assistant professors, supervision of PhD students, evaluating work, preparation of and participation in administrative work. The distribution of the various projects may vary for each associate professor according to the decision of Aarhus School of Business. Qualifications corresponding to what can be achieved on the basis of employment as assistant professor are a prerequisite, but the qualification criteria can also be achieved in other ways. It is expected that the applicant has documented scientific research in the area at an international level as well as documented teaching skills in Finance. Due to the increasing internationalisation of education it is expected that the applicant is able to teach in English. In the general evaluation of the applicant focus is on the research potential. June 15, 2008
Assistant/Associate Professor(s) of Economics, Department of Economics Clemson University One position combines the fields of growth and development, and international finance. A second position emphasizes excellence in teaching and a position as coordinator of the undergraduate program in economics. Candidates are expected to have completed a Ph.D. by the time of appointment. June 15, 2008
PhD in Empirical Economics University of Granada (Spain) See Website June 15, 2008
PhD position VU University, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam (Netherlands) See Website June 15, 2008
PhD position VU University, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam (Netherlands) See Website June 15, 2008
PhD position VU University, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam (Netherlands) See Website June 15, 2008
Temporary Lecturer/Lecturer/Assistant Professor Department of Business Administration, Athens University of Economics and Business (Greece) The Department of Business Administration of the Athens University of Economics and Business is interested in hiring highly qualified persons in all areas of Finance in the rank of Temporary Lecturer, Lecturer and Assistant Professor. Potential candidates should hold a Ph.D. degree and have a strong publication record as well a research agenda. EU citizens who are not native Greek-speaking should hold a Certificate D as a proof of the adequate knowledge of Greek. June 15, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin/ Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Universität Oldenburg (Germany) See Website June 15, 2008
Lecturer in Economics/Innovation Aston University, Birmingham, UK (United Kingdom) See Website June 13, 2008
Dean of College Life Services; Economics and Radiography Faculty Prince George's Community College See Website June 11, 2008
Visiting Professorships LICOS, University of Leuven (KUL) (Belgium) Research should focus on the interaction between institutions and economic performance, in the field of trade, development, industrial organization, or labor; or a related field. (See our website for the focus of LICOS research: www.econ.kuleuven.be/licos). June 10, 2008
Associate Professor in Retailing - pos. no. 2040.24 Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus (Denmark) See Website June 9, 2008
3 Junior Economics Lecturers Utrecht University School of Economics (Netherlands) See Website June 6, 2008
Full Professor (W3) in Economics (Development Economics of South Asia), tenable from winter term 2009/2010 South Asia Institute, in collaboration with the Faculty of Economics and Social Studies, Ruprecht-Karls Universitaet Heidelberg, (Germany) The successful candidate will be expected to undertake research in the above mentioned fields and to teach partly in English. Duties also include the ability to work effectively with colleagues as part of an interdisciplinary team. June 6, 2008
Postdoc project "macroeconomics of pension reform" University of Amsterdam (Netherlands) See Website June 6, 2008
Wirtschaftswissenschaftler/in WIK Wissenschaftliches Institut für Infrastruktur und Kommunikationsdienste GmbH, Bad Honnef (Germany) See Website June 6, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in TU Clausthal (Germany) See Website June 6, 2008
Guest Researcher Position for a PhD Student in Economics at the Migration Research Group Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI) (Germany) The candidate must have less than 4 years of research experience since gaining a university diploma giving access to doctoral studies; - The ability of applying economic theory and quantitative economic methods to broader questions relating to migration; - Research papers in the field of migration research (and in particular in the areas of remittances, migration and health or migration and education); - Languages: fluency in English; knowledge of German would be an asset. June 5, 2008
Programme Director in Migration Studies European University Institute (Italy) See Website June 5, 2008
Vertretung einer W3-Professur für Wirtschaftstheorie Universität Konstanz (Germany) See Website June 5, 2008
Professor in Management Accounting and Control International University of Applied Sciences (Germany) Successful candidates are industry professionals with a PhD degree and the motivation to share their expertise. 5 years of work experience, with at least 3 outside the academic environment, are mandatory. Prior teaching experience is an advantage. A full-time teaching load is 18 hours per week, although part time professorships are possible. Successful candidates are expected to contribute to research and administrative activities as well as supporting student projects and theses. This position starts in September 2008. June 4, 2008
Lecturer in Economic Development Centre for Urban and Regional Studies (CURS, Birmingham Business School (United Kingdom) The Centre for Urban and Regional Studies is seeking to appoint a Lecturer to join the expanding Birmingham Business School as part of a team working on economic change, in urban and regional settings, within the wider business context. They will contribute to, and help build upon, a broad portfolio of research activities, ranging from large scale 'European' projects to local case studies. They will also contribute to the Centre's undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes, and to a series of continuing professional development seminars for practitioners. June 3, 2008
Professor in Economics Department of Economics, University of Gothenburg (Sweden) Duties include research and instruction at all levels in Economics, and, in particular, teaching and research in public economics/macroeconomics. June 3, 2008
Assistant Professor of Finance and Financial Markets Utrecht University School of Economics (Netherlands) Applicants should hold a PhD in business or economics or be close to completion of a PhD and be able to show a list of relevant publications in internationally recognized journals or books. We are looking for candidates with proven interest in financial research, preferably in the area of corporate finance and/or international financial markets. The position includes both teaching and research tasks. Initially, a 4 year contract will be offered, with the possibility of obtaining tenure subsequently. A part time position is negotiable. June 2, 2008
Research Assistant on Energy Economics and Technology Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge (United Kingdom) The Faculty of Economics at the University of Cambridge wishes to appoint a full-time Research Assistant to work on UK research council grants on Energy, Emissions and Technology Policy in the European and Global Context, concerned broadly on the economics of energy systems in relation to low-carbon environmental goals. The successful candidate will work with Professor Michael Grubb as researcher in three areas with roughly similar time requirements: (i) research support involving literature surveys, data collection and editing; (ii) jointly pursued research projects; (iii) administrative support for organisation of meetings, workshops and management of the group; and other duties as requested. June 2, 2008
Full Professor International Economics/Macroeconomics Institute of Social Studies, The Hague (Netherlands) The successful candidate will have theoretical and empirical expertise in one or more of the areas mentioned. Publications in internationally recognised journals or other visible outlets should reflect the candidate's expertise. Original approaches to the issues mentioned are particularly welcome. Candidates with an established international reputation specialising in other areas are also invited to apply, provided they have a background in macroeconomics. The candidate appointed will provide strong and continued academic leadership, and will complement the research activities and interests of other groups in the Institute. Experience with capacity development or policy oriented advisory work in developing and transition countries is a plus. The appointed candidate will reinforce the MA and Diploma Programmes at the Institute, and contribute in particular to doctoral teaching and supervision. June 1, 2008
Instructor/Assistant Professor of Economics Quinnipiac University The Department of Economics at Quinnipiac University seeks a one-year, non-tenure-track instructor or assistant professor beginning August, 2008. Possibility of renewal for a second year. ABD is required, Ph.D. preferred. A proven ability to teach college-level economics and statistics is required. Teaching assignments of 12 credit hours per semester will include courses in business statistics, introductory micro, and macroeconomics. June 1, 2008
Position of Economic Expert Arab Planning Institute-Kuwait (Kuwait) B. Duties and Responsibilities: the duties and responsibilities of the Economic Expert include, among others, the following: (i) participation in the design, formulation, and implementation of API's annual work programs; (ii) Participation in the implementation of the training programs; (iiI) proposing research initiatives on the evaluation of development policies and development performance in Arab countries; (iv) participation in the implementation of consultancy projects a per the request of Arab countries; (v) participation in the implementation of the research programs and projects. June 1, 2008
Professor/ Assistant-Associate Professor/Lecturer Yasar University See Website June 1, 2008
Research Analyst University of Missouri-Columbia (United States) See Website June 1, 2008
Research Assistant Bruegel, Brussels (Belgium) See Website June 1, 2008
Research Assistant - NEPPC - Starting Summer 2008 Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Provide high-quality technical and analytical support to regional policy center economists and analysts. June 1, 2008
Robert Bosch Junior Professorship "Research into the Sustainable Use of Renewable Natural Resources" Robert Bosch Stiftung We are looking for an outstanding young scientist whose research areas concern the sustainable use of renewable natural resources as it relates to agriculture, forestry, fisheries, use of biodiversity (animal and plant genomic resources) and water. Research approaches may be based in the natural sciences as well as in the social, economic and political sciences. The research should focus on developing and emerging countries. June 1, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter (Empirische Wirtschaftsforschung) Universität Duisburg-Essen (Campus Essen) (Germany) See Website June 1, 2008
Akademische(n) Mitarbeiter(in) Universität Mannheim (Germany) See Website May 31, 2008
Assistant, Associate and Full Professors in Business and Management Department of Business and Management Studies (Iraq) See Website May 31, 2008
Assistant Professor University of Klagenfurt (Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt) (Austria) Teaching: 4 weekly semester hours. May 31, 2008
Diplom-Volkswirt(in) Centrum für Europäische Politik (Germany) See Website May 31, 2008
Doktorandenstelle Bremer Energie Institut (Germany) See Website May 31, 2008
Lecturer/Senior lecturer in Economics Department of Economics and Finance, University of Kurdistan Hawler (Iraq) See Website May 31, 2008
PhD in Environmental and Resource Economics ETH Zurich (Switzerland) The Chair of Environmental Policy and Economics at the Institute for Environmental Decisions, ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), invites applications for one PhD position for three years, with two years of guaranteed funding. The starting date is expected to be on or before July 1, 2008, depending on the successful candidate's availability. May 31, 2008
Ph.D. position Dynamic Macroeconomics University of Konstanz (Germany) The successful candidates are expected to participate in a research project on "Growth and volatility with endogenous financial development" supported by the German Research Foundation. They will be given the opportunity to pursue a Ph.D. and are expected to participate in the Department's Ph.D. program "Quantitative Economics and Finance". They should hold a degree in Economics or in a related field (e.g. Mathematics or Mathematical Economics). Good knowledge of Macroeconomic Theory, General Equilibrium Theory and Dynamical Systems is expected. May 31, 2008
Post-Doc (Akad. Rats-Stelle, A13 auf Zeit) Universität Osnabrück, Fachgebiet Internationale Wirtschaftspolitik (Germany) The researchers' responsibilities include teaching, research assistance and administrative tasks at the chair. The possibility of pursuing a Habilitation thesis is given. May 31, 2008
Post-Doctoral Public Finance Universite de Lille 1 (France) The position is available on the basis of a 2 year-contract, non-renewable, full-time. Research Area: The recruited person will have to work in a specific Franco-German program, funded by the French "Agence Nationale de la Recherche". The program focuses on "Local budget institutions and fiscal rules effectiveness: a comparative study on European countries". May 31, 2008
Post-doctoral researcher IO/innovation ETH Zurich (Switzerland) We are looking for a candidate with a Ph.D. in economics and a demonstrated research record in industrial organization and/or innovation. Candidates with a focus on either theoretical, empirical or experimental research are welcome to apply. German language skills are not required, working language is English. The position, which offers a competitive salary, is initially limited to three years, with the possibility to extend it to up to six years. The starting date is flexible. May 31, 2008
Professor in Financial Systems - Systemic Risks ETH - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich (Switzerland) Applicants must hold a PhD degree in international finance, financial mathematics, economics or closely related fields, and be established members of the international research community. Applicants with a multi-disciplinary profile are particularly encouraged to apply. Work experience with financial markets is highly appreciated, as well as proven excellence in teaching. We are looking for a person with strong leadership skills to help us achieve outstanding research and educational programs. May 31, 2008
Research and Teaching Assistant, Macroeconomics University of St. Gallen, Department of Economics (Switzerland) See Website May 31, 2008
Senior Economist / Advisor Schweizerische Nationalbank (Switzerland) See Website May 31, 2008
Short-term international visiting professors Tecnologico de Monterrey campus Chihuahua (Mexico) Position Description: (1) Candidates must have a PhD degree at the time of application and a prior experience of teaching business and marketing courses; (2) Starting Period: August 2008; (3) Teaching Period • Three-weekends session for ten hours each. (30 hours in the semester period) Total 30 hours; • Sixteen week session for a full credit course of (3 hours a week) Total 48 hours May 31, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Assistenz, Makroökonomik Universität St. Gallen, Volkswirtschaftliche Abteilung (Switzerland) See Website May 31, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Assistenz, Makroökonomik Universität St. Gallen, Volkswirtschaftliche Abteilung (Switzerland) See Website May 31, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg (Germany) See Website May 31, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Stiftung Europa-Universtät Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder) (Germany) See Website May 31, 2008
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Bereich Kreditrisiko Lehrstuhl für Financial Engineering und Derivate, Universität Karlsruhe (TH) (Germany) See Website May 31, 2008
Fundamental Research Analyst Man Group (United Kingdom) See Website May 30, 2008
Juniorprofessur Universität Konstanz (Germany) See Website May 30, 2008
Lecturer / Senior Lecturer: Business Statistics & Applied Econometrics AUT University, Auckland, NZ (New Zealand) Successful candidates are expected to have completed, or can demonstrate significant progress toward completing a doctorate in Applied Economics, Econometrics, Business Statistics or an affiliated Business discipline. Successful applicants should also have teaching experience and the ability to teach at all levels in the Discipline, ranging from first-year student cohorts to postgraduate and MBA programmes. It is also expected that the successful candidate embraces opportunities to supervise projects and dissertations of honours students (at a Lecturer level) and research degree students (at a Senior Lecturer level). May 30, 2008
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Economics The University of Queensland (Australia) The successful appointee/s will be required to teach at all levels, preferably in macroeconomics, econometrics or development economics, and be capable of supervising honours and postgraduate students undertaking research in these fields. The appointee/s will also be expected to engage in individual and/or group research in economics leading to publication of scholarly papers in high quality journals and to seek competitive research funding. The role includes administrative responsibilities such as course coordination duties and participation in relevant committees. May 30, 2008
PostDoc Computational Finance / Computational Economics University of Essex, Centre for Computational Finance and Economic Agents (CCFEA) (United Kingdom) See Website May 30, 2008
Professor-Researcher in urban and regional economics El Colegio de Mexico (Mexico) The candidate must have capacity and experience to develop research projects in the urban and regional economics field and preferably on the following subjects: -Regional econometrics -Regional disparities and mobility factors -Urban public finance -Organization and location of economic activities Those candidates using a public policy perspective are preferred. May 30, 2008
Researcher/Senior Researcher - Baseline Study on Disability in Ireland Centre for Disability Law and Policy, National University of Ireland, Galway. (Ireland) The main task of the post holder will be to design, develop and publish the Baseline Study on Disability in Ireland. The research will entail a detailed examination of all fields covered in the Government's National Disability Strategy (transport, education, employment, etc.) which will lay the basis for future longitudinal research in measuring progress and identifying challenges. May 30, 2008
Researcher/Senior Researcher - Modernisation of Disability Service Delivery in Ireland Centre for Disability Law and Policy, National University of Ireland, Galway. (Ireland) The main task of the post holder will be to conduct a major research project in the modernisation of disability service delivery in Ireland. The focus of the research will be to analyse disability service delivery in Ireland, its adequacy, shortcomings, efficiency, cost-effectiveness, funding model, and acceptability of outcomes from the person's perspective. May 30, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Universität zu Köln (Germany) See Website May 30, 2008
Assistant Professor - Economics University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Required qualificaitons: Ph.D. in Economics or imminent completion, specializing in Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics, preferred complementary expertise: macroeconomic consequence of housing market trend. Duties: Excellence in research leading to quality publications; teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels; supervision of dissertations; collegial service. May 25, 2008
Assistant Professor of Economics Auburn University Job duties are to teach four courses per year and to conduct research in the discipline areas. Essential qualifications include demonstrated academic scholarship or strong research potential and capacity for effective teaching, primarily at the undergraduate level (including large principles classes) with opportunities to teach in the Master's in Economics and MBA programs. In addition to expertise in the desired fields of international economics, macroeconomics, and monetary policy, the ideal candidate will possess applied time-series analysis and econometrics skills. Outstanding applicants with specialization in other areas may also be considered. May 23, 2008
Economics Professor Catawba College Teach economics and finance courses in the Ketner School of Business; successful teaching experience preferred; work experience in financial institutions and leadership skills welcomed. May 20, 2008
Assistant/Associate Professor of Economics University of Alaska at Fairbanks All applicants are expected to have a commitment to high quality research, teaching excellence, and academic/professional service. Required qualifications include (1) an earned Doctoral degree in Economics with a research emphasis in Natural Resource Economics, Economic Modeling, International Economics, and Public Finance. (2) teaching experience; (3) significant evidence of potential for high quality research and grant funding. May 18, 2008
Economics Instructor Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Rowan-Cabarrus Community College seeks applications for an Economics Instructor. Required: MBA or MA/MS in Economics, Accounting, Business, or Management with 18 semester hours in Economics from an accredited college or university. At least two years' teaching experience in discipline. Candidate must meet SACS academic credentials criteria. May 7, 2008
Phd, Entrepreneurs and Universities of Technology forming a Knowledge Network Delft University of Technology (Netherlands) The Department Economics of Innovation (Faculty of Technology, Management and Policy) and Delft Centre for Entrepreneurship are looking for a PhD candidate with an interest in innovation economics to carry out research on "Entrepreneurs and Universities of Technology forming a Knowledge Network". May 6, 2008
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Econometrics and Business Statistics University of Sydney   The Faculty of Economics and Business invites applications for a full-time position in Econometrics and Business Statistics at either the Lecturer (Level B) or Senior Lecturer (Level C) level, depending upon experience and qualifications. Applicants in any area in theoretical and/or applied econometrics and/or business statistics are sought, but candidates with expertise in the areas listed above are particularly encouraged to apply. The successful applicant will join a dynamic group that teaches a wide variety of courses in econometrics, business statistics and management decision science/operations research. The May 5, 2008
Professor in Accounting Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus (Denmark) The position is a five-year position with an obligation to research and teach, including participation in the scientific development of the field, teaching, research training, pedagogical guidance/supervision of assis-tant and associate professors, supervision of PhD students, and preparation of and participation in admin-istrative work. The applicant is expected to promote the accounting area by providing intellectual leader-ship, conducting research at a high international level, attracting external funding, and collaborating and communicating with external partners locally, nationally and internationally. The applicant is expected to be able to work in teams with other researchers. It is expected that the applicant has documented signifi-cant international research and participation in international networks in the area, as well as good teach-ing skills. Furthermore, it is expected that the applicant will be able to teach in English. May 5, 2008
Professorship of Macroeconomics Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge (United Kingdom) The Board of Electors to the Professorship of Macroeconomics invite applications for this Professorship from persons whose work falls within the general field of the Professorship to take up appointment on 1 September 2008 or as soon as possible thereafter. May 2, 2008
Postdoctoral position Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway) The Department has a complete master and PhD programme in economics and a stimulating research environment. The research has an applied econometrics profile, and major research fields include public economics, environmental and resource economics, development economics, political economy, education economics, macroeconomics, and finance. The position requires a PhD degree in economics and an active research agenda. Candidates must have a demonstrated potential to publish in high-ranking journals. Applicants will be ranked based on their publication record. At the moment, the salary is NOK 394,700 – 424,000 per year. May 1, 2008
Professor Business Administration Innovative University of Eurasia (Kazakstan) The lecturer must teach minimum 350 academic hours per year and conduct seminars and trainings for graduates and junior faculty. May 1, 2008
Akademischer Rat/Akademische Rätin Technische Universität München (Germany) See Website April 30, 2008
Assistant / Associate Professor University of Athens, Department of Economics (Greece) One Tenior track position at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor in the sector of Political Economy on the field of Microeconomics with emphasis in Finance in the National and Kapodostrian University of Athens (Greece) in the Department of Economics. April 30, 2008
Assistant Professor University of Athens, Department of Economics (Greece) One Tenior track position at the level of Assistant Professor in the sector of International Economics and Development on the field of International Economics and Development in the National and Kapodostrian University of Athens (Greece) in the Department of Economics. April 30, 2008
Assistant Professor in History and Methodology of Economics University of Amsterdam The successful applicant will undertake and help coordinate teaching in history and methodology of economics to economics and business students at undergraduate (BSc) and graduate (MSc) level. The teaching task will include supervision of BSc and MSc theses. For her/his research the new faculty member will participate in the 'History and Methodology of Economics' research group, which is one of the internationally leading groups in this field. Research of the new faculty member will be evaluated according to international standards. Extension of the appointment will be decided after a period of two years and in light of research and teaching evaluations. April 30, 2008
Assistant Professorship in the Area of Financial Management / Corporate Finance Universität Bern, Institut für Finanzmanagement (Switzerland) The position involves teaching and empirical research in the area of financial management/corporate finance. Teaching should address, if possible, topics in international finance, risk management, or corporate governance. Classes can be given in English or German. Teaching load is 4 hours per week and semester. April 30, 2008
Course Instructor / Assistant Professor University of Athens, Department of Economics (Greece) See Website April 30, 2008
Eine wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin Universität Bremen ist am Fachbereich 7 (Wirtschaftswissenschaft) am Lehrstuhl für Allgemeine Betriebswirtschaftslehre (Germany) See Website April 30, 2008
Full Professor of Finance Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration (Austria) Applicants should have: a) a solid academic qualification (e.g. PhD, Habilitation) in Finance or a related area; b) an outstanding international reputation in high quality scholarship in the area of finance; c) a strong record in attracting research funding; d) a demonstrated commitment to excellence in executive teaching; and e) proven leadership qualities. The successful candidate is expected to have established an international reputation as a researcher in his/her field and have an outstanding publication record. All fields of finance will be considered, but preference will be given to the fields of derivatives, asset pricing, securities design, empirical finance and risk management. We expect a strong interest in teaching finance at bachelor, master, and PhD levels as well as in executive education programs. Teaching experience in English is required; teaching experience in German is not necessary. Non-German-speaking candidates will be expected to acquire proficiency in German over a certain period of time. April 30, 2008
Junior Visiting Researcher Deutsche Bundesbank (Germany) See Website April 30, 2008
Lecturer / Assistant Professor University of Athens, Department of Economics (Greece) One Tenior track position at the level of Lecturer or Assistant Professor on the field of Quantitative Methods, with emphasis in Statistics amd Econometrics in the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece) in the Department of Economics. April 30, 2008
Lecturer / Assistant Professor University of Athens, Department of Economics (Greece) One Tenior track position at the level of Lecturer or Assistant Professor in the sector of Business and Finance on the field of Finance of Business and Markets in the National and Kapodostrian University of Athens (Greece) in the Department of Economics. April 30, 2008
Lecturer in Development Economics University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Pakistan (Pakistan) See Website April 30, 2008
PhD Position available in Business Management H.N.B Garhwal University (India) See Website April 30, 2008
Post Doctoral Position in Innovation Studies University of Ottawa -Telfer School of Management (Canada) The Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa, Canada, has a postdoctoral position available in the project 'Sectoral and regional perspectives on innovation in Ontario: theoretical perspectives, empirical studies and policy implications'. The project is funded partly by the Ministry of Research and Innovation in Ontario and the University of Ottawa. April 30, 2008
Professor / Associate Professor in Political Philosophy University of Athens, Department of Economics (Greece) See Website April 30, 2008
Professor / Lecturer University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland (United Kingdom) See Website April 30, 2008
Professor of Applied Economics: Innovation and Internationalization ETH - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich (Switzerland) his position focuses on the empirical analysis of firm and institutional innovation in an open economy like Switzerland. Increased globalization forces both firms and governments to continuously adapt to rapidly changing economic and technical environments and ideally take advantage of them. Research activities include the empirical analysis of innovation activities of firms and sectors, evaluation of governmental progress to foster innovation, impact of globalization on firm performance, employment and human capital formation, international trade policy, and migration. The research field therefore covers both the non-monetary areas of international economics as well as innovation economics. April 30, 2008
Research and Teaching Position for PhD Candidates Institute for Environmental Decisions IED, ETH Zurich (Switzerland) The position can start immediately and is scheduled for 3 years. The place of work is Zurich, Switzerland. The position requires independent work on research projects within the field of the economic analysis of environmental policies; the main research focus will be on the regulatory economics of carbon markets. The candidate is also asked to assist in the Chair's teaching activities in one of the following areas: Introductory economics, environmental economics, energy economics, development economics. The candidate's own research activities will account for around 80%, teaching activities for around 20% of the overall working time. April 30, 2008
Research Assistant IIW, Department of Economics, University of Bonn (Germany) The position is allocated to a research project on local public budgeting institutions in European countries. It is available for three years. It is possible to write a doctoral dissertation and complete graduate work at the University of Bonn as part of the project. April 30, 2008
Research Assistant University of Zurich (Switzerland) The Socioeconomic Institute at the University of Zurich invites applications for a Research Assistant position for one year and a half, with the possibility of extension depending on the performance and funding. The applicant would also have the opportunity of attending the Doctoral Programme of the University of Zurich on a part-time basis. April 30, 2008
Research associate / PhD student Laboratory for Experimental Economics, University of Bonn (Germany) The applicant should hold a university degree (Master's degree or Diploma) in economics, business, or related fields and should have strong interest in experimental economics, behavioral finance, and bounded rationality. Experience in non-parametric statistics and statistics software packages (like R or Stata) will be helpful. Excellent proficiency in Java programming, a strong quantitative background as well as a good command of English language are mandatory. April 30, 2008
SIRE PhD Studentships University of St Andrews (United Kingdom) The School of Economics and Finance at the University of St Andrews, is offering four PhD studentships to be taken up in Autumn 2008 – or as soon as possible thereafter – to work on topics related to macroeconomics, market or contract incompleteness or in related areas: The emphasis is on developing microeconomic foundations for macroeconomic theories and policy advice. April 30, 2008
Visiting Positions in Economics and Finance International College of Economics and Finance (Russian Federation) Successful candidates are required to hold a PhD degree in economics, finance or related discipline and contribute to both research and teaching at ICEF. Most of the teaching at ICEF is conducted in English, and the command of Russian language is not required. The salary will depend on experience and qualifications. April 30, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft Helmut-Schmidt-Universität (Universität der Bundeswehr Hamburg) (Germany) See Website April 30, 2008
Assistant Professor of Economics of Organization and Entrepreneurship University of Amsterdam The successful applicant will undertake and help coordinate research and teaching in the field of Economics of Organization and Entrepreneurship. April 29, 2008
Established (Full) Professorship of Economics NUI Galway The new Professor of Economics should be someone who is comfortable with and committed to supporting all four priority research areas. In particular the new Professor should: 1) Be an established person in the economics discipline with an outstanding record of research and academic leadership, 2) be able to provide strong academic leadership to the Department so that it continues on a developmental trajectory, 3) have a programme of research that enhances one or more of the priority research areas in the Department but be willing to support all the priority research areas in the Department, 4) have a demonstrable capacity to manage people, resources and systems, effectively and collegially, including the capacity to communicate effectively with internal and external audiences, 5) demonstrate a capacity to develop and implement strategic level plans for the department in an evolving institutional and policy context within the University and beyond and 6) demonstrate a strong commitment to teaching, and have an understanding of the possibilities of an explicit focus on teaching development for individuals and the department April 25, 2008
Professor of Economics National University of Ireland, Galway The following areas have been identified as priority research areas by the Department: Health Economics; Sustainability, Rural Development and Environmental Economics; International Finance and Macroeconomics; Mathematical Economics, Methodology of Economics, and Political Economy. The successful candidate will be an established person in the economics discipline with an outstanding record of research and academic leadership. He/she should have a programme of research that enhances one or more of the priority research areas in the Department but be willing to support all the priority research areas in the Department. April 25, 2008
Full Professor Systems Sciences University of Graz, Austria (Austria) Coordination and direction of activities in research and teaching related to systems sciences, in particular of those activities related to the interdisciplinary study programme in environmental systems sciences. This programme is unique in Austria. Particular focus needs to be placed on the following areas of competence: (a) Strong ability to integrate the methods and subject areas of a very diverse range of disciplines, in particular those of the social, natural, and environmental sciences. (b) Internationally recognized research and the ability to initiate applied research based on interdisciplinary systems sciences. (c) Advanced ability to deal with and, in research and teaching, apply methods from a wide spectrum of systems science methods. April 21, 2008
Researcher (applied microeconometrics) CEPS/INSTEAD, Luxembourg (Luxembourg) The successful candidate will join a small team of researchers with main focus on methodological research (measurement and modelling) and empirical, micro-econometric analysis of survey data. Fields of application are such as labour market studies, economic inequality, human capital, gender and immigration issues, family economics. The candidate will be expected to develop her/his own research activities, as well as to contribute to consulting and training activities for CEPS/INSTEAD's staff, visiting researchers, and postgraduate trainees. April 20, 2008
Economics Instructor Crowder College Starting with Fall Semester 2008, teaching 15 credit hours per semester, primarily Principles of Economics I (Macro) and Principles of Economics II (Micro). If qualified in a second social field, the instructor may teach courses in that field. Assignments may include all delivery methods (traditional, online, ITV and hybrid). Also assists students with advising and enrollment as needed. April 18, 2008
Business Administration and Economics Carroll College (Mont.) See Website April 15, 2008
Director, Exelon Trading Center University of Delaware The Director will manage the use, maintenance, and budget associated with the Center. Direct the development, implementation and ongoing evaluation of programs and services related to the ETC. Work collaboratively with Lerner College faculty and staff in integrating the ETC capabilities into curriculum. In addition, the Director is expected to teach at least two 3-credit courses per academic year and software training workshops in the Center. April 15, 2008
Doctoral positions starting October 2008 Munich Graduate School of Economics at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich (Germany) The program provides advanced training for in-depth research into global market integration, its consequences for institutional change, and its impact on the role of governments in the organization of economic activity. April 15, 2008
Economics East Georgia College Full-time faculty teach 15-16 semester credit hours per semester, day and/or evening, on and/or off campus. Faculty are responsible for professional development, service to the institution and community, participation in college and community activities, academic advisement, and instructional assessment. Competence in electronic communications, as well as distance learning, is desired. Candidates should be committed to the two-year college mission, with a primary interest in the teaching/learning process as related to the two-year college student. April 15, 2008
Full Professor Department of Economics, University of Vienna (Austria) Candidates with an excellent research record in the area of public finance are especially encouraged to apply. Candidates are expected to be able to teach the core public finance courses at all levels. Teaching can be done either in English or German. April 15, 2008
Junior Scholar Mentee Duke University Sponsored by Duke University's Research Network on Racial and Ethnic Inequality, the National Science Foundation and Duke University's Office of the Provost, the Diversity Initiative for Tenure in Economics (DITE) is a research mentoring program that seeks to facilitate the successful transition from non-tenure-track to tenure-track appointment or from junior faculty to tenured associate professor status for economists who enhance diversity in the economics profession. Only applicants who have completed the Ph.D. in economics will be considered. April 15, 2008
Lecturer (Ph.D. required) or Teaching Specialist (A.B.D. required) University of Minnesota at Morris While fields are open, we are particularly interested in candidates with at least one semester of experience teaching some or all of the following: Development Economics, Principles of Economics, Macroeconomic Theory, Global Business, Financial Management, Investments, and related areas. Hiring will be at the Lecturer level (Ph.D. required) or at the Teaching Specialist level (A.B.D. required), and course load will be 5 classes per year. April 15, 2008
PhD position- Ageing, Immigration and the Capital Market Maastricht University (Netherlands) The candidate will carry out a research project in the field of ageing, immigration and the capital market. This PhD-project analyses the way immigration can help to alleviate the burden ageing presents for the welfare states of most Western Economies, with a special focus on the interaction with the capital market and pension systems. The candidate may have to spend some time on teaching duties. April 15, 2008
Post doctoral position in International Finance University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg) The candidate will collaborate with the research team involved in this project in the University of Luxembourg, as well as other stakeholders of the project, based notably in the universities of Maastricht and Paris. He/she will have also the opportunity to extend and develop his/her own research. There are no teaching obligations but such opportunities could be provided if desired by the candidates. April 15, 2008
Post-doctoral position starting October 2008 Munich Graduate School of Economics at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich (Germany) See Website April 15, 2008
Temporary Positions in Economics University of Minnesota-Morris While fields are open, we are particularly interested in candidates with at least one semester of experience teaching some or all of the following: Development Economics, Principles of Economics, Macroeconomic Theory, Global Business, Financial Management, Investments, and related areas.  Hiring will be at the Lecturer level (Ph.D. required) or at the Teaching Specialist level (A.B.D. required), and the course load will be 5 classes per year. April 15, 2008
Three Year Lectureship in Economics Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge (United Kingdom) The successful applicant will be expected to provide 40 hours of teaching each year, of which 20 hours will be in developmental economics. April 15, 2008
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (m/w) (50%) Universität der Bundeswehr München (Germany) See Website April 15, 2008
Full Professor of Environmental Economics VU University Amsterdam (Netherlands) The appointed professor should have a track record of effective acquisition of research projects and programs such as national Research Councils and other external funding. He or she is a stimulating and good teacher, has an outstanding track record of academic research. This is reflected in the high quality and number of publications in international academic journals. The professor should have a demonstrated interest in empirical and policy relevant research, taking into account the latest developments in economic theory. He or she enjoys an excellent reputation in international scientific networks. April 14, 2008
Lecturer in Controlling, Finance, Accounting & Taxation Management Center Innsbruck (MCI) (Austria) The successful candidate will teach in the fields of Controlling & Finance, Accounting & Taxation, proctor and create examinations, supervise bachelor's and master's theses, initiate and lead research projects and support us in further developing and designing study programs. The candidate is expected to have a PhD-level qualification, several years of professional experience as well as teaching and research experience, outstanding didactical skills, and an excellent command of English. Applicants are expected to work team- and results-oriented and have a general understanding of working in a customer-service oriented environment. These qualities combined with reliability and a commitment to achieving outstanding performance are essential for this position. April 14, 2008
Lecturer in Human Resources Management Management Center Innsbruck (MCI) (Austria) The successful candidate will teach in the field of Human Resources Management, proctor and create examinations, supervise bachelor's and master's theses, initiate and lead research projects and support us in further developing and designing study programs. The candidate is expected to have a PhD-level qualification, several years of professional experience as well as teaching and research experience, outstanding didactical skills, and an excellent command of English. Applicants are expected to work team- and results-oriented and have a general understanding of working in a customer-service oriented environment. These qualities combined with reliability and a commitment to achieving outstanding performance are essential for this position. April 14, 2008
Professor of Entrepreneurship Utrecht University School of Economics (Netherlands) For this position an entrepreneurial academic or an academically-oriented entrepreneur would be the ideal candidate. The emphasis of the chair will be on companies that have survived the start-up phase. Keeping entrepreneurship vital throughout the life cycle of a company, and working on the entrepreneurial spirit in people will be key issues. The chair's duties will mainly be teaching Entrepreneurship at bachelor's level and in the master track International Entrepreneurship. Additional activities will include stimulating (PhD) research, cooperating with others involved with entrepreneurship and the transfer of knowledge to society. April 12, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Forschungsbereich "Strukturwandel und Regionalentwicklung" Österreichisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (Austria) See Website April 11, 2008
Junior Professorship in Econometrics Humboldt University Berlin (Germany) The successful candidate will provide leadership in research, teaching and consulting in econometrics, especially in time series econometrics and/or micro econometrics. Research interests in financial econometrics are highly welcome. April 9, 2008
Chair, Department of Economics Eastern Kentucky University We are seeking an individual who is committed to excellence in teaching, has an active program of scholarly research, and possesses leadership abilities. Evidence of academic administrative experience is required. The Chair is expected to administer and represent the department effectively, teach six hours per semester, and remain active as a scholar. April 7, 2008
Visiting Academic Positions University of Cyprus (Cyprus) See Website April 7, 2008
Associate or Assistant Professor in Economic Analysis Dept. of Economics, University of Crete (Greece) See Website April 5, 2008
Economics Instructor South Central College Expectations include continuous curriculum development, revision of instructional material, integrating a global perspective into the curriculum, and assessment of learner outcomes. South Central College expects faculty to fully participate on committees involving academic, professional, and student development. April 4, 2008
Senior Lecturer/Reader in Economics University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath (United Kingdom) Candidates should have an excellent track record of research as evidenced through publication in international peer reviewed journals, as well as substantial teaching experience. We welcome applications from candidates specialising in any area of applied economics or econometrics. April 3, 2008
Assistant Professor of Regulatory Economics WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management (Germany) See Website April 2, 2008
Assistant/Associate Professor of Economics University of Hawaii at Hilo Duties: teach introductory micro- and macro-economics and advanced undergraduate courses in natural resource economics and environmental economics; advise students; engage in scholarly activity and publish results in peer-reviewed journals, lead in new program development in this area and engage in outcomes assessment; participate in University and community service. April 1, 2008
Lecturer in Development Management London School of Economics You will add to our existing strengths in development management. You will have a proven record of high quality research pertaining to institutions and the political economy of development. April 1, 2008
Lecturer in the Economics Department Indiana University The candidate would be expected to teach two large sections per semester of either Economics 201 (Introduction to Microeconomics) or E202 (Introduction to Macroeconomics). In addition, the candidate would teach one other small undergraduate class per semester. April 1, 2008
Tenure-eligible faculty position University of Arizona This position will contribute directly to the teaching, research and service missions of the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health. The teaching emphasis will be in the areas of health economics and finance, policy planning and analysis, organizational behavior, and management of complex organizations. The candidate will have the opportunity to create new courses, including courses for the College's newly established DrPH program. Participation in community-based research, as well as intra- and extra-mural service, will be integral components of career progression within the Division and College. April 1, 2008
Visiting Faculty - Shanghai Program Petters Group Worldwide   Petters EducAsian's Shanghai Program is seeking Visiting Ph.D. Faculty for Fall 2008/Spring 2009 semester-long courses: Politics and Society in Contemporary China; Chinese History Overview; Chinese Culture and Business and Economic Development in Modern China. Faculty also: lead course-related field experiences, advise students to help them optimize their experience in China and provide program support as required. April 1, 2008
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter/in Universität Mannheim (Germany) See Website April 1, 2008
Anti-Corruption Expert German Technical Cooperation (gtz) (Germany) See Website March 31, 2008
Assistant/Associate/Full Professors (Both Male and Female) King Faisal University See Website March 31, 2008
Assistant/Associate Professor in Management CEU Business School (Hungary) The successful candidate will have a doctorate in management, preferably in the areas of leadership and organizational behavior, from an internationally accredited program, with background and interest in change management, "action learning", and collaborative teaching. March 31, 2008
Assistant Professor Economics Valdosta State University Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Economics from an AACSB-International accredited institution and must have teaching experience and published research in health economics. March 31, 2008
Assistant Professor, Macroeconomics preferred Chonbuk National University (Korea, Republic Of) The successful candidate must be foreign national and demonstrate a commitment to excellence in teaching and research. S/he will teach macroeconomics in ENGLISH. March 31, 2008
Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in Market Finance EM LYON Business School (France) The individuals hired are also expected to teach at the MSc, MBA, and Specialized Master's levels. March 31, 2008
Economist - Monetary Analysis Banque centrale du Luxembourg (Luxembourg) Responsibilities: 1) contribute to monetary analysis within the BCL, monitor monetary analysis at the euro area level and further develop analysis at the BCL, in particular study of financial markets and the monetary policy transmission process, contribute to the drafting of BCL Bulletins and Annual Reports, prepare analyses for BCL Working Paper series or other scientific publications,  contribute to briefing management on monetary analysis and participate in international conferences on monetary analysis March 31, 2008
Financial Accounting position EM LYON Business School (France) The position involves teaching at the MSc, MBA and Specialized Master's levels, as well as in executive programs. Applicants should have teaching experience and demonstrate a strong interest in conducting research leading to publication in highly ranked journals. They should be able to teach in English and preferably have some competences in French. March 31, 2008
Full-time Researcher in Macroeconomics FEP (Faculdade de Economia do Porto) / CEMPRE (Centre for Macroeconomic and Forecasting Studies) (Portugal) The researcher will have extended autonomy to launch research projects on Macroeconomics topics jointly with CEMPRE researchers. She/He will have no teaching obligations but may be called on to inter-act with FEP's Doctoral Programme in Economics. March 31, 2008
Full Professor (W 2) in Applied Economics Faculty of Business and Economics, RWTH Aachen University (Germany) Seeking qualified applicants for teaching and research in the area of Applied Economics with an empirical focus in microeconomics. The starting date is as soon as possible. Recognized expertise in the following areas of microeconomics is particularly welcome: Industrial Economics, Contract Theory, Political Economics, International Economics, Labour Economics or Development Economics. The ability and willingness to teach macroeconomic subjects, particularly at Bachelor level, is expected in addition. Teaching will be in the Faculty's own programmes as well as in the Industrial Engineering programmes. March 31, 2008
Lecturer University of California, San Diego (United States) The University of California, San Diego, Department of Economics expects to have temporary lecturer positions available for the 2008/09 academic year, contingent upon funding, primarily in macroeconomics, operations, and econometrics, although applications will be accepted for any area. Appointments will likely be part-time, possibly full time, from one quarter up to one year's duration. March 31, 2008
Milton Nies Endowed Chair in Enterprise Economics South Dakota State University The holder of the chair will be a recognized leader in undergraduate and graduate education in enterprise economics. The holder will work collaboratively with individuals, organizations, and programs on and off campus to establish nationally recognized research and outreach programs in enterprise economics. Minimum qualifications are a Ph.D. in an appropriate discipline such as economics, agricultural economics, applied economics, finance, business administration, management, marketing and operations research or degree in law. This is a tenure-track, nine-month position to be filled at the level of Associate Professor or Full Professor in the Department of Economics. March 31, 2008
Professorship in Behavioral Economics Jacobs University Bremen Applicants should demonstrate accomplishment in both teaching and research and are expected to have a strong record of scholarly productivity, a commitment to institutional excellence and the demonstrated ability to obtain research funding, but also work in a team on the joint research program of the Center. Any experience in interdisciplinary settings will be considered a strong point. In principle, our language of instruction is English. March 31, 2008
Research Assistant in Micro Theory Humboldt University at Berlin, Germany (Germany) Teaching and Research Assistant in Micro Theory, especially Game Theory, Auctions, Industrial Organization. Prerequisites: Good background in math, probability, and strong research interests in auctions and market design. March 31, 2008
Tenure Track Position in Economics California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo Seeking candidates in applied fields of Economics who are committed to excellence in teaching and research. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Economics, an active research agenda, a strong publication record, and a record of superior performance in undergraduate teaching. March 31, 2008
Visiting Professor Faculty of Mathematics and Economics, University of Ulm (Germany) The Department of Mathematics and Economics at the University of Ulm (Germany) seeks to appoint visiting professors (economics, finance or accounting) for one or two semesters in the academic year 2008-2009. Teaching can be done in English or German. Candidates unable to spend an entire semester in Ulm (winter: October to February; summer: April to July) could teach their classes within a shorter time period. Compensation is commensurate with rank and will also depend on the number of courses taught during the visit. March 31, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in (TV-L) Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (Germany) See Website March 31, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Technische Universität Carolo-Wilhelmina zu Braunschweig (Germany) See Website March 31, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in mit Möglichkeit zur Promotion Lehrstuhl für Financial Engineering und Derivate, Universität Karlsruhe (TH) (Germany) See Website March 31, 2008
Jobs available in the College of Business Administration University of Sharjah See Website March 30, 2008
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter University of Zurich (Switzerland) The successful candidate has completed an economics or statistics degree with honours, knowledge of econometrics and intends to work towards a Ph.D. in the area of empirical economics or microeconometrics. He/she will conduct independent as well as joint research and participate in the teaching program of the Chair. March 30, 2008
Economist Aberdeen University The University is particularly interested in those with skills in (Micro) Econometrics who wish to join the team and who can contribute to SIRE's Work and Well-being theme. An appointment at any level, from Chair to Lecturer, will be considered. March 29, 2008
Professor / Lecturer University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland (United Kingdom) At this time we wish to receive expressions of interest in this post from new and established researchers. We are particularly interested in those with skills in (Micro) Econometrics who wish to join the team in Aberdeen and who can contribution to SIRE's Work and Well-being theme. An appointment at any level, from Chair to Lecturer, will be considered March 29, 2008
Associate Professor / Senior Lecturer / Lecturer / Senior Tutor in Economics University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa See Website March 28, 2008
PhD Stipends in Finance BI, Norwegian School of Management, Oslo. (Norway) See Website March 28, 2008
Professor of Health Technology Assessment (Department of Economics) National University of Ireland, Galway (Ireland) he individual appointed will have a proven track record in Health Technology Assessment and/or Health Economic Evaluation and will be expected to form and lead an active research group in Health Technology Assessment. The individual will be expected to collaborate with health and medical researchers across the university. The new appointment will make a contribution to the Department's teaching in the broad area of health economics. He/she should also make a contribution to various teaching programmes in other Departments that require a health economics input. March 28, 2008
Professorship of Management, in particular Health Services Management Munich School of Management, Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) (Germany) This position is part of the "Munich Center of Health Sciences", a new research center (www.mc-health.lmu.de) which has been created by the LMUinnovativ programme. The professorship shall include the management and establishment of a research unit, especially dealing with the management of health care providers and the management of health care for chronic diseases, at the Helmholtz Center Munich, German Research Center for Environmental Health (www.helmholtz-muenchen.de/igm). In teaching and education, contributions to the Bachelor and Master programs in management are expected. March 28, 2008
Tenured Academic Staff - Economics, Business Economics or Business Administration - AP/2007/062 University of Antwerp (Belgium) The position will involve teaching, scientific research and external duties. During the first period of (maximum) ten years, scientific research will be the main activity. You will perform high quality fundamental research in the field of Economics or Business Economics or Business Administration. Economics, Business Economics or Business Administration will be the focal perspective, regardless of the subdiscipline or the functional domain. March 28, 2008
Two Chairs in Macroeconomics European University Institute (Italy) To fulfil the needs of the Department's structured PhD programme, candidates must have experience in graduate-level formal instruction and doctoral supervision as well as a strong academic publication record. Candidates should have an excellent research record in macroeconomics. All fields will be considered. The successful candidates will teach in the macroeconomics sequence of the Department. March 28, 2008
Director, Professor, Lecturer / Center for Business and Government Harvard University This individual may be a scholar or practitioner whose interests, research, and teaching involve the study of a broad range of policies where government seeks to influence the behavior of private sector organizations and the processes by which those policies are developed and implemented. These fields might include but are not limited to the study of industrial organization, regulatory policy, the modern corporation, the political foundation of markets and economic reform, the comparative study of business-government relations, how governments deal with and relate to multinational enterprises, corporate governance, and how governments work through the private sector to provide public goods. Candidates should have the administrative skills and ability to lead a major university-based center engaged in research, teaching and outreach focused on the interaction between business and government. The Center's programs and agenda span international and domestic issues and policies. March 24, 2008
Full Time Faculty: Economics, Special Education, Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science Towson University See Website March 21, 2008
Assistant Professor of Economics - Faculty Position The Department of Economics and Finance at the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business at Salisbury University Primary job duties include teaching 3 courses per semester at the undergraduate and graduate levels, engaging in scholarly activities commensurate with the school's mission, service/outreach to the University community, advising, and mentoring. March 17, 2008
PhD-researcher Environmental Economics VU University Amsterdam - Institute for Environmental Studies (Netherlands) The department of Environmental Economics is looking for a suitable PhD-researcher Environmental Economics to work on a study focusing on the impact of fossil fuel depletion and climate change policy on global energy market developments. The study is part of a project to evaluate the future of the hydrogen economy as a function of fossil fuel price development and climate change policy implementation. The study should result in a PhD-thesis. March 17, 2008
Post-doc Researcher Environmental Economics VU University Amsterdam - Institute for Environmental Studies (Netherlands) Looking for a candidate (f/m) with the following profile: · a PhD degree (or close to completion) in economics or econometrics, with an interest in environmental economic issues; · knowledge of quantitative research methods and statistics; · affinity with issues of globalization, climate change and technology development; · fluency in English and a willingness to learn Dutch if not a native speaker; · good communication skills, a cooperative attitude; · experience in market analysis and/or resource assessment is an advantage. March 17, 2008
William J. O'Neil Chair in Markets and Freedom Southern Methodist University, Cox School of Business The Edwin L. Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University is seeking to fill the newly endowed William J. O'Neil Chair in Markets and Freedom. The chair holder will teach an undergraduate course focusing on the merits of competitive market forces in advancing economic growth and prosperity. In addition, the chair holder will teach Managerial Economics in one or more of the Cox School's nationally ranked Executive, Professional and full-time MBA programs. The Chair holder will also work to position the Cox School as a leader in the Advocacy of Competition through the School's newly endowed William J. O'Neil Center for Markets and Freedom. March 17, 2008
Business Faculty: Assistant Professor to Professor Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research See Website March 15, 2008
International Economic Development Faculty Oklahoma State University The successful candidates must have a Ph.D. in economics or provide convincing evidence that it will be attained by August 2008 and strong potential for outstanding research leading to publication in internationally recognized journals. Research experience in or related to developing countries and international economics is highly desired. Effective teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level is also highly desirable. The Department offers Ph.D., M.S., B.S. and B.A. programs in Economics. We welcome applications from individuals who would contribute to the diversity of our faculty. March 15, 2008
Full Professor in Macroeconomics Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands) Research in the field of macroeconomics; teaching within the BSc and MSc program of the Department of Economics, and graduate teaching at the Tinbergen Institute; supervision of Ph.D. candidates; standard university managerial tasks. March 15, 2008
Instructor/Assistant Professor of Economics United States Military Academy Applicants will be evaluated on the following: 1) Academic accomplishment (Master's degree or higher in economics or business administration with an emphasis in micro and macroeconomics, or closely related field is desired); 2) ability to teach economics courses in the USMA core program (microeconomics and macroeconomics); 3) desire and ability to support the personal growth and development of cadets in and out of the classroom, as a role model for future leaders of the Nation. March 15, 2008
Macroeconomics University of Southern California The position is at the Assistant Professor level. Our preference is to hire in Macroeconomics, and we would also prefer candidates with some experience as a faculty member. A doctoral degree in Economics is required. Candidates are expected to publish in leading economic journals and be effective teachers. March 15, 2008
Post doc in Economics University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg) The applicant should have research interests in banking microeconomics, economic regulation (in particular, attractiveness, tax and regulatory competition). Candidates are required to have accomplished their PhD in microeconomics. Written and oral skills in English and good oral skills in French are expected.  March 15, 2008
Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor: College of: Business; Information Tech.; Engineering; Science University of Bahrain See Website March 15, 2008
Research and Teaching Assistant University of Hamburg (Germany) The position involves the teaching of tutorials as well as the supervision of students in seminars. Additionally, the candidate participates in research projects, e.g. in the field of Experimental Economics. The candidate has the opportunity to do a Ph.D. at the University of Hamburg. March 15, 2008
Wissenschaftliche(r) Mitarbeiter(in) Leibniz Universität Hannover (Germany) See Website March 15, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Universität Rostock (Germany) See Website March 15, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin/Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Universität Hamburg (Germany) See Website March 15, 2008
Assistant Professor in Economics Auburn University at Montgomery The typical teaching load is 6 courses per academic year. The successful candidate will also be expected to participate in the full range of faculty responsibilities, such as scholarly research, and services. Teaching duties include labor economics, macro economics, an MBA course in decision making, and the ability to contribute to other specialty areas. The candidate is required to have a Ph.D. in economics by August 2008. March 14, 2008
Economics Instructor Butte College See Website March 14, 2008
Lecturer Department of Economics,  the University of Glasgow See Website March 14, 2008
Postdoktorand/in J.W.Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Abteilung Management und Angewandte Mikroökonomik (Germany) See Website March 14, 2008
Professor and Department Head, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics University of Connecticut RESPONSIBILITIES: As the departmental administrative officer, the Head reports directly to the Dean. Duties include: •Leadership and coordination of undergraduate and graduate teaching, research, and cooperative extension education and outreach. •Administrative responsibilities for academic affairs, departmental personnel, budget matters and physical facilities. •Leadership and coordination of relationships with relevant local and state agencies, alumni and the citizens of Connecticut. •Leadership in development of departmental programs, capital improvements and external funding opportunities. •Developing programs to recruit graduate and undergraduate students, particularly those who are traditionally underrepresented. March 14, 2008
Regional Extension Educator University of Minnesota Extension The educator will design, deliver and evaluate programs that educate local decision-makers about community economics issues. Program topics include: business retention and expansion, customer service, Internet literacy, public finance, retail analysis and development, economic impact analysis, and tourism development. March 14, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in FernUniversität in Hagen (Germany) See Website March 14, 2008
Senior Researcher in Marine Economics National University of Ireland, Galway (Ireland) The Senior Researcher will lead the implementation of a national programme of marine socioeconomic research. The successful candidate will lead a team of researchers (8, initially) located at NUI Galway and the Rural Economy Research Centre at Athenry, Galway. March 13, 2008
Full Professor of Applied Econometrics/Statistics Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen, The Netherlands (Netherlands) The position encompasses the regular duties of a professor in the areas of teaching, research and administration. As to teaching, the primary responsibility of the new professor is to contribute to the bachelor and master programs in Econometrics, Operations Research, and Actuarial Studies (EORAS), including the supervision of bachelor and master's theses. He/she is in particular responsible for parts of EORAS related to econometrics, statistics and actuarial studies, and also for statistics teaching in other programs offered by the Faculty. As to research, the new professor's activities will contribute into the research institute IEEF, as part of the research school SOM. The new professor should be highly active in supervising PhD theses and in generating outside funding for his/her research, from NWO and elsewhere. March 12, 2008
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Universität Kassel, Fachgebiet Abfalltechnik (Germany) See Website March 11, 2008
Associate Professor in Cross-Cultural Management Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus (Denmark) The duties of the Associate Professor include teaching, pedagogical guidance/supervision of assistant professors and doctoral students, assessment work, preparation of and participation in administrative work, and a requirement to contribute to the scientific development of the Departments research areas. Although previous employment as an Assistant Professor is not a prerequisite, candidates should have qualifications corresponding to what may be expected to have been achieved on the basis of a three-year assistant professorship with research obligations. It is expected that the applicant has documented scientific production at an international level as well as documented educational qualifications. The candidate is also expected to explain how s/he is going to contribute to the further development of research field(s) at the Department of Management. March 10, 2008
IAA Senior Research Fellow / Research Fellow on Greece and European Security Hellenic Observatory, London School of Economics (United Kingdom) Candidates should have a PhD, publications, fluency in English, knowledge of Greek. Preference will be given to research covering: Greek Foreign and Security Policy in South Eastern Europe; Dialogue and confidence-building in the Aegean; Defence Economics and Procurement; Greece and the ESDP; Greece in International peacekeeping and peace-building operations. March 10, 2008
Research Assistant Mercator School of Management, University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany) See Website March 9, 2008
Assistant or Associate Professor, Economics North Carolina A&T State University See Website March 7, 2008
Clinical Associate Professor of Economics and Strategic Management University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Qualified applicants will have a Ph.D. in economics or a related field. In addition, they will have experience successfully teaching MBA classes in strategy and economics at a major research university. Clinical faculty members are expected to teach effectively and to participate in and contribute to the academic environment. March 7, 2008
Postdoctoral Position Business Cycles, Growth and Macroeconomic Policies Kiel Institute for the World Economy (Germany) See Website March 5, 2008
Two tenure track positions in Econometrics/Statistics Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen, The Netherlands (Netherlands) Looking for high-potential candidates in the areas of econometrics or statistics, with an ability to publish work in international top peer-reviewed journals. Research will be within the Institute of Economics, Econometrics and Finance. Teaching will be in the fields of econometrics, statistics, and actuarial science. Successful candidates actively contribute to research and teaching in these areas. March 5, 2008
Chair in Finance University of Leicester, UK (United Kingdom) See Website March 4, 2008
Assistant Professor Northwestern University See Website March 3, 2008
Dean of Buisness and Economics University of Auckland The Dean will report to the Vice Chancellor and will work with other members of the senior management team to lead the University's academic activities, strategic development and community engagement. March 3, 2008
PhD positions – Microeconomic theory/Industrial Organization/Public Economics/Behavioral Economics/Neuroeconomics Maastricht University (Netherlands) The candidate will carry out a research project in one of the above mentioned areas. The candidate will spend at most 20% of his time to teaching duties. Candidates with a strong quantitative and/or experimental background will be favored. March 3, 2008
Post-Doctoral Research Associate University of Massachusetts Amherst - Food Marketing Policy Center Two-year post-doctoral research position with the Food Marketing Policy Center at the University of Massachusetts to work with faculty members and independently on projects examining buyer market power, product differentiation, and other industrial organization topics at various levels of the food supply chain. Ph.D. in area of agricultural economics, economics, or related field required. Equally strong empirical and theoretical orientation and experience with new empirical industrial organization modeling are required. Background in bargaining theory and international trade issues desirable. Salary is competitive and based on qualifications. This position is grant funded. March 3, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft Helmut Schmidt Universität / Universität der Bundeswehr Hamburg (Germany) See Website March 3, 2008
Assistant Professor of Resource Economics University of Alaska at Fairbanks All applicants are expected to have a commitment to high quality research, teaching excellence, and academic/professional service. Required qualifications include (1) an earned Doctoral degree in Resource Economics with a research emphasis in spatial and systems modelling, focusing on marine resources policies and climate change; (2) graduate-level teaching experience; (3) significant evidence of potential for high quality research. March 2, 2008
Assistant Professor of Business and Law or Law and Empirical Industrial Organization University Maastricht, department of Organization and Strategy (Netherlands) There is a preference for candidates with a quantitative background. An important task of the assistant professor is to help set up an MSc Business & Law, in cooperation with the UM Faculty of Law. The position has a relatively low additional teaching load. March 1, 2008
Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance Arkansas Tech University Required qualifications include a Ph.D. in Economics or a Ph.D. or DBA in Finance from an AACSB accredited university. ABD's nearing completion will be considered. Candidates must demonstrate teaching and research effectiveness. Preference will be given to candidates with a strong background in finance. March 1, 2008
Associate or full professor levels Universidad colegio mayor de nuestra señora del rosario (Colombia) The applicant must have a Ph.D. degree or be able to commit to complete the Ph.D. by August 2009. All fields within Economics or Finance will receive equal consideration. The starting date is the second semester of 2008. The applicant must show knowledge of a second language. March 1, 2008
Full-time Position in Banking and Insurance Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium See Website March 1, 2008
Full-time Position in Development Management Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium See Website March 1, 2008
Full-time Position in Econometrics Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium See Website March 1, 2008
Full-time Position in Finance Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium See Website March 1, 2008
Full-time Position in Public Economics Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium See Website March 1, 2008
Junior Professorship, Environmental and Resource Economics University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg (Germany) The junior professor is expected to focus on theoretical and/or empirical research in the area of environmental and resource economics, broadly defined. The postholder will participate in the teaching program of the Department of Economics. The course load is light, approximately one course per term. March 1, 2008
PhD Position in Applied Microeconomics Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) Requirements: • MSc degree or equivalent in Economics • An interest in applied microeconomics in particular agricultural or environmental economics • Excellent quantitative skills (i.e. econometric modelling). March 1, 2008
PhD Programme / Research Scholar Positions (Finance) Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration (Norway) Applicants are to have completed, or almost completed, a minimum of a Master's degree (5 years' duration) in a quantitative field such as Economics, Business Administration, Mathematics, Statistics, or the physical sciences. (Applicants lacking a degree in Economics or Business Administration, are recommended to undertake some coursework at the University level). A good working knowledge of English is also required, as the entire PhD programme is taught in English. March 1, 2008
PhD Programme / Research Scholar Positions  (Management Science) Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration (Norway) Applicants are to have completed, or almost completed, a Master's degree (5 years' duration) or higher in a quantitative field. Qualifying education should normally be within the fields of Managerial Economics, Management Control, Industrial Engineering, Computational Mathematics, Statistics or Business Administration with an emphasis on quantitative methods and modelling. A good working knowledge of English is also required, as the entire program is taught in English. March 1, 2008
PhD Students in Energy / Environmental Economics Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ) (Switzerland) We are interested in candidates who have completed the equivalent of a Masters degree and whose interests coincide with ongoing research at CEPE. Our current work includes 1. integrated assessment of climate policy, 2. energy-economy models of induced technical change, 3. quantitative assessment of regional economic impacts of climate change and climate policy measures. We explore energy-economy issues in Switzerland, other OECD countries and developing countries. The persons filling these positions will work under the supervision of Thomas F. Rutherford (Chair of Energy Economics) and other faculty in the Center for Economic Research at the ETH Zürich (www.cer.ethz.ch). March 1, 2008
Post-Doc / Senior Researcher in Energy / Environmental Economics Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ) (Switzerland) We are interested in candidates whose interests complement ongoing research at CEPE. Our current work includes 1. integrated assessment of climate policy, 2. energy-economy models of induced technical change, 3. quantitative assessment of regional economic impacts of climate change and climate policy measures. We explore energy-economy issues in Switzerland, other OECD countries and developing countries. The person filling this position will manage their own research program working in collaboration with Thomas F. Rutherford (Chair of Energy Economics) and other faculty in the Center for Economic Research at the ETH Zürich (www.cer.ethz.ch). March 1, 2008
Professor Banking and Insurance Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) Applicants will be based at ULB, but expected to teach in English as well as in French at the three partner Universities (ULB, VUB and University of Maastricht), in the fields of finance, banking and insurance. They will also be expected to supervise undergraduate and graduate theses. March 1, 2008
Professor Development Management Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) Applicants will be expected to teach both at the undergraduate and graduate levels, in English as well as in French. They will also be expected to supervise undergraduate and graduate theses. March 1, 2008
Professor Econometrics Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) Applicants will be expected to teach both at the undergraduate and graduate levels, in English as well as in French. They will also be expected to supervise undergraduate and graduate theses. March 1, 2008
Professor Finance Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) Applicants will be expected to teach both at the undergraduate and graduate levels, in English as well as in French. They will also be expected to supervise undergraduate and graduate theses. March 1, 2008
Professor Public Economics Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) Applicants will be expected to teach both at the undergraduate and graduate levels, in English as well as in French. They will also be expected to supervise undergraduate and graduate theses. March 1, 2008
Research Assistant (PhD) University of Cologne, Department of Personnel Economics and Human Resource Management (Germany) See Website March 1, 2008
Visiting Scholars Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Individuals should have a Ph.D. in Economics or related field, at least three years of experience since graduate school, and a strong research record. Field of expertise is open, but candidates that have interests in macroeconomics, monetary theory, finance, industrial organization and/or labor economics are especially encouraged to apply. March 1, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in J.W. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Abteilung Management und Angewandte Mikroökonomik, Germany (Germany) See Website March 1, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg (Germany) See Website March 1, 2008
Wissenschaftlicher/e Mitarbeiter/in Wirtschaftspolitik Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena (Germany) See Website March 1, 2008
Assistant Professor, economics Lehigh University Two tenure-track assistant professor positions in the Department of Economics beginning Fall 2008. We seek a micro-econometrician with demonstrated interest in health or labor economics, and an applied theorist or experimental economist with a demonstrated interest in health, labor, public or industrial economics. February 29, 2008
Assistant professor Environmental Economics Wageningen University, Environmental Economics (Netherlands) Assistant professor for a period of at least two years with the Environmental Economics and Natural Resources Group of Wageningen University. February 29, 2008
Asst. Professor of Philosophy, Politics and Economics Eastern Oregon University Successful candidates must have a strong commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching and an ongoing research agenda. Responsibilities will include teaching Principles of Microeconomics as well as an opportunity to contribute to an emerging program in Public Administration. February 29, 2008
Director, Office of Business and Economic Research (OBER) Tennessee State University Responsible to lead the Office of Business & Economic Research within the College of Business in conducting various research activities in the area of Urban Business and Economic issues. Position requires earned Ph.D. in Economics or an Appropriate Business Field; a minimum of five years' proven track record in grant funding and relevant experience. February 29, 2008
Faculty Opportunities Fall 2008 Alamo Community College District Central Office See Website February 29, 2008
Full-time and Visiting Faculty Positions Asian Institute of Technology See Website February 29, 2008
Metropolitan Infrastructure Planning, Analysis & Management University of California, Berkeley The candidate is expected to teach courses on the planning, analysis, and management of urban/metropolitan infrastructure systems, such as water, energy, solid waste, telecommunications, transportation, or other infrastructure sectors. February 29, 2008
Multiple Positions State University of New York at Stony Brook See Website February 29, 2008
Part-time (50%) Research Assistant/PhD LEMEX Chair for Small Business & Entrepreneurship, School of Business & Economics, University of Bremen (Germany) The successful candidate is expected to participate in • recent research projects of the Chair in at least one of the above mentioned pillars (publications, in particular a PhD Thesis, active part in hosting academic conferences), • projects in collaboration with companies and the hosting of workshops in this realm, • teaching, in particular developing new didactical approaches, holding and supporting lectures, coaching students, and reviewing Bachelor & Master Theses. February 29, 2008
Ph.D. students in Finance / Financial Economics Limburg Institute of Financial Economics, Maastricht University, Maastricht, (Netherlands) Ideal candidates should have an MPhil or MSc in Economics, Finance, or Econometrics; a strong interest in empirical research; a strong academic record; and an excellent knowledge of English. Applicants should be research oriented and have the desire to pursue an academic career or to continue their career doing research in Financial Economics within the public or private sector. The complete Ph.D. program of the Maastricht University consists of 2 years of intensive coursework followed by 3 years of research. Candidates with an MPhil or specialized MSc degree might qualify for a partial exemption from the coursework. February 29, 2008
Professor/assistant-professor in Macroeconomics University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg) The professor / assistant professor will lead, with other already active professors, theoretical and/or applied researches in macroeconomics. Preference will be given to the aspects of financial macroeconomics, but other domains of macroeconomics will also be considered. The professor / assistant professor will teach at Bachelor and Master level. February 29, 2008
Professor/assistant-professor in Strategy and Organisation University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg) The successful candidate will have: A PhD in economics or management; a significant scientific record evidenced by international publications; significant capabilities in the administration of study programs; experience and aptitude for teaching and supervision of research at university level; the capacity to undertake academic research at high level and the capability to work in a multilingual environment in which good knowledge of both spoken and written French and English are essential and fluency in other languages are an advantage. A significant experience within a Business School would be an additional advantage. February 29, 2008
Professor in International Economics University of Luxembourg See Website February 29, 2008
Research Advisor, Financial Resilience Division Bank of England (United Kingdom) Duties: Work closely with the management team to formulate a research agenda supporting our policy objectives; monitor the progress of research projects and report to the management team; be personally involved in many of the division's research projects, often in collaboration with team members; act as advisor to researchers on projects where not directly involved; ensure that the research results help deliver practical policy outcomes; take the lead in communicating the division's research externally, including through participating in conferences; ensure the division makes effective use of external academic research and of consultants working with us. February 29, 2008
Research Assistant Christian-Albrechts Universität zu Kiel (Germany) The candidate should be interested in labour economics and macro economics and write his/her dissertation in one of these research areas. Candidates should have finished their studies in economics or equivalent subjects at merit or with distinction. Ideal applicants should have a sound background in econometrics, and numerical methods, experience in the usual statistical and econometric software (Matlab, Mathematica, and Eviews,..), and a very good working knowledge of English and German. February 29, 2008
Research Assistant/Postdocs in Regulatory Economics/Industrial Organization WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management (Germany) We are looking for excellent candidates holding a degree in economics, business administration, or related fields. Candidates should have a sound background in microeconomics and an interest in theoretical and applied topics in regulation, antitrust and related fields of applied industrial organization. Since the positions offered are research positions, teaching and administrative tasks are very limited. Candidates are expected to produce research output suitable for publication in international peer reviewed journals. February 29, 2008
Visiting Academic Positions University of Cyprus (Cyprus) For all academic ranks, an earned doctorate from a recognized University is required. Applicants must be fluent in Greek or/and English February 29, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft Universität zu Köln (Germany) See Website February 29, 2008
Wissenschaftliche(n) Mitarbeiter(in) Mannheim University (Germany) See Website February 29, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaft am Lehrstuhl für ABWL, insbesondere Internationales Management (Germany) See Website February 29, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaft am Lehrstuhl für ABWL, insbesondere Internationales Management (Germany) See Website February 29, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in FernUniversität in Hagen (Germany) See Website February 29, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Mikroökonomik Universität Duisburg-Essen, Campus Essen (Germany) See Website February 29, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in (TV-L 13): Real Estate Economics University of Regensburg (IREBS) (Germany) See Website February 29, 2008
Economist, Economic Modeling Laboratory of Forestry Economics, AgroParisTech, France (France) Seeking a young economist (typically PhD + few years of experience or post doc) with interest in environmental, natural resources and forestry economics to join its forest sector modeling team. The aim of this program is to develop a model of the French forest sector and evaluate the impact of public policies on the economics of the forest sector. February 28, 2008
Faculty positions in finance (2) and economics (3) United Arab Emirates University (United Arab Emirates) Qualified candidates at the assistant, associate, and full professor level will be considered with hiring rank commensurate with academic accomplishments. Candidates are expected to have a strong commitment to teaching excellence and student advising at the undergraduate and graduate levels, a demonstrable research capability that will enable the candidate to develop and sustain an internally and/or externally funded research program in his/her area of expertise, publish his/her research findings in refereed journals, and actively engage in promoting the growth of the College of Business & Economics (CBE) at UAE University. February 28, 2008
Full-time Junior and Senior Faculty Member Bar Ilan University (Israel) All fields of economics are acceptable, but, priority will be given to candidates specializing in Macroeconomics, Econometrics, and Finance. Junior candidates should be able to demonstrate strong research capabilities and senior candidates should have an established publication record. The positions are intended for scholars considering migrating to Israel.The language of instruction is Hebrew and candidates must be prepared to lecture in Hebrew within two years after migration. February 28, 2008
Full-time researcher in empirical industrial organization INRA, Grenoble (France) The successful candidate will join a team of researchers in applied industrial economics specialized in the analysis of biotechnology innovation related issues. The current research programs focus on (1) the economic impact of innovation (2) the evolution of industrial organization in research intensive sectors, (3) economic aspects of intellectual property rights. Candidates should have significant competences in econometrics. Publications in international journals on the topic are expected. February 28, 2008
Full-time Researcher in Environmental and Resource Economics Toulouse School of Economics (INRA-LERNA) (France) It is a full-time permanent research position at the Junior Level (Ph D in Economics). There is no teaching load but teaching at the graduate program of Toulouse School of Economics is possible. The candidate should have competencies in at least one of the following topics: environmental economics, energy economics, public economics, growth theory and natural resource economics. She or he should propose a research project in environmental and natural resource economics with her or his application. February 28, 2008
PostDoc (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) Universität Mannheim (Germany) The candidate should ideally combine knowledge and interests in the fields of impact evaluation, treatment effects, microeconometrics and labour markets - African datasets and institutions. The main focus of this position will be on research, with some teaching related to the candidate's field of interest. February 28, 2008
Research Associate (Wiss. Mitarbeiter/in) Econometrics Institute of Econometrics, University of Bonn (Germany) (Germany) Candidates are required to participate in the Bonn Graduate School of Economics (http://www.bgse.uni-bonn.de) and are expected to have an excellent training in econometrics, statistics and mathematics as well as an interest in methodological research. February 28, 2008
Researcher in Economics (Full-Time with Tenure at Junior Level) Toulouse School of Economics (France) t is a full-time permanent research position and the recruitment is done at the Junior Level (Ph D in Economics). The position is opened on a research program with emphasis on Public Economics, Food Policies and the Regulation of the Food Industry , but candidates don't need to have worked on these issues previously. Candidates will have to propose and undertake research on this program (for the first years of research), but the researcher is fully free in his orientations. There is no teaching load but teaching at the graduate program of Toulouse School of Economics is possible (with additional salary). February 28, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in (Wirtschaftswissenschaften) Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR) - Systemanalyse und Technikbewertung (Germany) See Website February 28, 2008
Evaluation Economist Inter-American Development Bank (United States) The Economist will work with OVE staff and Research Fellows on macro-fiscal evaluations, impact evaluations of IDB project and programs, and sector and thematic evaluations. The candidate will also be expected to develop and apply evaluation methodologies that deal with time-series, panel, and spatial data. The successful candidate must be proficient in the use of advanced quantitative, statistical and econometric techniques. Fluency in English and Spanish is required. February 27, 2008
Full-time Research Fellow: Applied Econometrics (fixed term) Westminster Business School, University of Westminster, London (United Kingdom) Looking to appoint an individual to participate in work being carried out across a range of micro and macroeconomic areas. Examples include: the use of time series methods to model the GDP Growth process, the relationships between macroeconomic policy and performance, PS Match and difference-in-difference estimation in a range of microeconomic settings, and econometrics for experimental data. Candidates will need to have a strong background in econometrics, including time series methods, a good knowledge of STATA, and preferably experience of working with large datasets. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to co-author academic articles for submission to peer-reviewed journals and extensive opportunities for professional development. Candidates should have a PhD in economics or a related discipline (or be close to completion). February 27, 2008
Assistant or Associate Professor in Economics University of Hawaii West Oahu This person will be responsible for developing a new program in Finance within the current concentration of Economics. This will include but not be limited to developing new undergraduate courses, and teaching lower division and upper division courses in multiple areas of Economics and Finance in different teaching formats (i.e. distance delivery). It is also expected that the faculty will establish important professional relationships with community organizations and agencies. Enjoyment and satisfaction from teaching and advising students is a must for this job. In addition, this person will be expected to engage in scholarly activity, professional development, program assessment and service to the college and the broader community. Many UHWO students live on other islands, so a willingness to teach in distance education is required and experience in distance education is highly desirable. February 26, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Universität Hamburg (Germany) See Website February 26, 2008
Assistant Professor, Economics University of Maryland-Eastern Shore See Website February 25, 2008
PhD student Humboldt University Berlin (Germany) Ph.D. Student in the International research project "Making Rural Services Work for the Poor – The Role of Rural Institutions and their Governance for Agriculture-led Development" February 25, 2008
Professor of Economics University of Cyprus (Cyprus) The Economics Department of the University of Cyprus seeks to fill one academic position at the rank of Professor, regardless of citizenship. The position is for the endowed Chair of European Economic Studies financed by Laiki Group of Companies. February 25, 2008
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter oder Post-doc Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik, Universität Hamburg (Germany) See Website February 25, 2008
1 year Post-Doc Position in Economics ("Assegno di ricerca") University of Pavia (Italy) See Website February 22, 2008
Associate Professor ANU College of Business and Economics, School of Economics You will be expected to contribute to the leadership of academics within the School, to play a key role in maintaining and developing the School's performance in research and teaching and to participate as needed in administrative activities in the School and the wider University community. You should have a relevant PhD, have attained recognition at an international level in your research and have appropriate teaching experience and expertise. February 22, 2008
Full Professorship (W3) in Political Economy of Governance University of Heidelberg (Germany) The Professorship has a reduced teaching load. February 22, 2008
Full Professorship (W3) in Political Economy of Property Rights University of Heidelberg (Germany) A Ph.D. in Economics, as well as publications and academic achievements equivalent to the German "Habilitation" are a prerequisite for a successful application. Also required is profound knowledge in theoretical and empirical analysis of institutions of property rights with a preferable specialization in Economic Development, International Macroeconomics, or Economics of Growth. The candidate is expected to do research in these fields. Teaching can be conducted in English. February 22, 2008
Honorardozent für Investition und Finanzierung Internationale Berufsakademie gGmbH (Germany) See Website February 22, 2008
Lecturer in Economics University of Tasmania (Australia) Applicants must have a PhD in Economics or a related field, and be able to demonstrate the ability to teach effectively and to conduct independent research, leading to scholarly publication. They must also demonstrate their willingness and ability to supervise Honours and postgraduate students and to undertake administrative duties as requested. While the position is based in Hobart, the appointee will be required to contribute to the School meeting its teaching and other commitments on other Tasmanian campuses, and internationally. February 22, 2008
Honorardozent für Immobilienwirtschaft Internationale Berufsakademie gGmbH (Germany) See Website February 20, 2008
Honorardozent für Industrie, Handel, Banken und Versicherungen Internationale Berufsakademie gGmbH (Germany) See Website February 20, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft (m/w) bzw. Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Universität der Bundeswehr München (Germany) See Website February 20, 2008
International Consultant Economist The IMF - Singapore Regional Training Institute The selected candidate will be expected to lecture in courses, lead workshop groups, and contribute to the development of course material. Research on macroeconomic and financial policy issues is encouraged, and there are opportunities to interact with universities, research institutes, and think tanks in the region. February 19, 2008
Full Professor in Economics (Hoogleraar Economie) f/m VU University Amsterdam (Netherlands) Requirements • Researcher who is a leading expert in the field and who has an international reputation. PhD in economics or econometrics, with publications in excellent international scientific journals. Given the high quality and international profile of the empirical research projects carried out at the Department, it is useful if the candidate has experience with empirical research. • Teaching experience, with good evaluations. Ability to teach a wide range of topics and to develop and redesign courses, notably in international economics. February 18, 2008
Postdoctoral Research Position Berlin Institute of Technology (Technische Universität Berlin) (Germany) The successful applicant will participate in the research project "Macroeconomic Consequences of Strategic Uncertainty" within the collaborative research center 649 "Economic Risk", financed by the German research association (DFG). The project is concerned with advancements of the Theory of Global Games and its applications to macroeconomics. An integral part of this project is the implementation of experiments in the new experimental laboratory of the TU Berlin. February 18, 2008
Research Assistant/ Wissenschaftlicher Angestellter Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt (Germany) See Website February 18, 2008
Assistant or Associate Professor, Economics York College Teach basic and advanced courses in at least one of the following fields:  Principles of Economics, Economic statistics, intermediate economic analysis, urban economics, economic development, transportation economics or other undergraduate courses suitable to the Department; conduct research leading to publication in peer-reviewed journals in field of specialization; provide service to the College, including student advisement and service on departmental and College committees; and other duties appropriate to rank.  Teaching assignments may include evenings and weekends. February 15, 2008
Assistant Professor of Business and Economics King College Candidates who can teach in more than one of the following disciplines will be given preference: Healthcare Administration, Management, Marketing, Management Information Systems, International Business, Accounting, Economics, and Finance. These positions offer the opportunity to teach and advise students in our traditional, adult, and graduate degree programs. Successful applicants will have a record of excellence in teaching and scholarship. February 15, 2008
Assistant Teaching Professor, Economics University of Missouri at Columbia Primary responsibilities include teaching 4 classes each academic year, consisting of 2 large (up to 500 students) sections of general economics (5 credit-hour classes) exclusively for journalism students in cooperation with the School of Journalism and with the assistance of graders, and 2 other sections of undergraduate economics (3 credit-hour classes of up to 500 students) with the possible assistance of graders and/or teaching assistants. Candidate shall manage all aspects of these classes, including graduate teaching assistants who are assigned to lab sections or as graders and hold office hours as needed and appropriate to assist students. The Department expects excellent teaching and professional conduct. February 15, 2008
Director, Luxembourg School of Finance University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg) The successful candidate will be a finance academic and research leader of international standing with particular expertise in an area of relevance to the local financial services industry. The post calls for an entrepreneurial individual with the capacity to build and promote a successful world-class school and to engage actively with the local financial services sector. While not essential, knowledge of French and/or German would be an advantage. February 15, 2008
Doctoral Position in Public Economics University of St. Gallen, Institute of Public Finance and Fiscal Law (IFF-HSG) (Switzerland) Expectations: Excellent diploma or master's degree in economics with strong training in microeconomics and public economics; participation in the PhD Program in Economics and Finance (PEF) of the University of St. Gallen; active participation in research projects and teaching activities of the institute (IFF-HSG) and active contributions to the joint research and teaching activities of an ambitious team February 15, 2008
Executive Director New York Census Research Data Center The Executive Director of the NYCRDC is responsible for overseeing the operations of the NYCRDC (Baruch) and promoting the research mission and financial health of the NYCRDC, coordinating and informing its governance activities, publicizing its activities, and representing it in external venues and to the Census Bureau. The Executive Director works with the Center's Administrator and other staff. February 15, 2008
Faculty Position Bowie State University See Website February 15, 2008
Harvard Postdoc in Organizational Economics Harvard University The successful candidate will work with faculty involved in organizational economics (including fields such as contract theory, corporate finance, labor, IO, strategy, corporate governance, and others) at Harvard. The position will also involve organizing and coordinating activities of the Cambridge organizational economics community, as well as assisting in the teaching of a graduate course in Organizational Economics. Applicants should have received their doctoral degrees within the last four years. Those who already hold tenure track positions will be preferred, including those whose first position begins in 2008 and who would like to defer this position for one year. February 15, 2008
Honorardozenten für Berlin gesucht! Internationale Berufsakademie gGmbH (Germany) See Website February 15, 2008
PhD position in Environmental Economics Wageningen University, Environmental Economics (Netherlands) PhD position in Environmental Economics for a research project into fisheries management under uncertainty. February 15, 2008
PhD-researcher Modelling Hydrogen Infrastructure Investment Decisions Using Real Options Theory Utrecht University (Netherlands) This project aims to apply real options theory to model uncertainties connected with the transition process towards a hydrogen infrastructure. Since the transition process is characterized by many interrelated phases, the project models the staged development process of a hydrogen infrastructure by using a real options framework. We will explicitly disentangle and model three different sources of uncertainty (technological, economic and institutional uncertainties), in contrast with a standard real options approach that mostly lumps together different sources of uncertainty into one parameter. We furthermore extend the basic real option theory by including network effects, which are not present in standard business projects. Finally, we develop the optimal timing for the introduction and the development speed of hydrogen infrastructure in the Netherlands. February 15, 2008
Postdoctoral Position in Labor Economics University of Minho, Portugal (Portugal) Applicants are expected to (i) hold a Ph.D. in economics or econometrics; (ii) have a research interest in labor economics; (iii) have strong econometric skills (iv) have experience working with large micro datasets (iv) have the capacity to publish in peer-reviewed journals and (v) be fluent in English, both written and spoken. The successful applicant is expected to co-author academic articles for submission to peer-reviewed journals and to travel to present scientific work at conferences. February 15, 2008
Research Assistant CRC 597, University of Bremen, Germany (Germany) The interdisciplinary research project is concerned with political and economic aspects of privatization. Applicants should hold a Diploma/Master in political science or economics, have a good command of English (and German), and exhibit a solid background in empirical methods and research. Apart from conducting own research in the field of privatization, successful candidates are expected to support building up a privatization databank and to conduct case studies (i.a. in the United Kingdom and Sweden). February 15, 2008
Research Scientist Georg-August-University Goettingen (Germany) Requirements: a university degree in agricultural or general economics, a desire to analyze strategic entrepreneurial behavior, a strong interest in quantitative methods and modelling, the ability to work independently and be highly motivated, flexible and good team skills February 15, 2008
Senior Economist The Bank for International Settlements Principal accountabilities: Designs and carries out research on topics of interest to Asia-Pacific central banks (under the guidance of the line manager) and welcomes collaboration with economists at central banks in the region; Assists in the preparation of background notes for regional meetings of central banks that discuss these topics; contributes to the organisation of such meetings; Develops contacts with senior officials in Asia-Pacific central banks involved in economic and financial analysis and monetary operations; Establishes contacts at other financial institutions in the region in order to follow financial market developments in Asia and the Pacific; Ensures ongoing contacts between Asia-Pacific central banks and the BIS head office; liaises with Head Office economists; Works with Banking Department and Risk Control staff at the Asian Office and Represents the BIS at regional meetings and conferences. February 15, 2008
Chair for Economics, especially Economic Theory University of Mannheim (Germany) See Website February 17, 2008
Statistican/Research Assistant - Employment Research Napier University See Website February 15, 2008
Tenure Track Position in Economics Minot State University The Economics Department in Minot State University's Social Science Division invites applications for a tenure-track position in economics, beginning August 2008. Candidate must be prepared to teach introductory courses and advanced undergraduate courses, and have expertise in microeconomics. Experience with a cross disciplinary approach is essential, as is knowledge of economic theory and law and economics. Experience with assessment and curricular development preferred, and the candidate should demonstrate a potential for scholarly research. Ph.D. required. February 15, 2008
Tenure-Track Positions Department of Economics Union College (N.Y.) The department has twelve tenure-track faculty committed to excellence in teaching and research in a small-class, liberal arts environment. The teaching load is four courses over three ten-week terms and supervision of undergraduate research. The successful applicant should have a Ph.D. by September 2008, an established record of teaching excellence and an active research program. Candidates who can contribute to one or more of the college¹s interdisciplinary programs are especially welcome. February 15, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in (TV-L 13) Centrum für angewandte Wirtschaftsforschung Münster (Germany) See Website February 15, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (Germany) See Website February 15, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Johannes Gutenberg-Universität (Germany) See Website February 15, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Seminar für Wirtschafts- und Sozialstatistik, Universität zu Köln (Germany) See Website February 15, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in mit der Möglichkeit der Promotion Universität Trier (Germany) See Website February 15, 2008
Lecturer in Economics Department of Economics, City University (United Kingdom) The successful candidate to the role will have completed a PhD in an appropriate field by the time of appointment and will have clear evidence of a research agenda displaying potential for publishing in high quality journals in appropriate fields of economics. The ability to deliver high quality teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels is essential, in addition to the ability to supervise student research projects. For appointment at the higher level of this grade, candidates will have a strong publication record and plans for future research. February 14, 2008
Universitätsprofessorin oder -Professor für Statistik und Ökonometrie Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Fachbereich Recht und Wirtschaft (Germany) See Website February 14, 2008
Management Analyst (Budget) Department Of Justice See Website February 11, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in IAAEG der Universität Trier (Germany) See Website February 11, 2008
Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Business Information Systems University of Sydney The BIS group is seeking to appoint a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer to strengthen academic leadership and develop research and teaching capability within the discipline. The appointee will teach and research in one or more of the following key areas: business information systems strategy and innovation; business intelligence and decision support systems; information management; business process management; and the management of enterprise systems. February 10, 2008
Visiting Asst Professor of Economics The College of St. Catherine Preference given to applicants whose teaching interests are in one of the following areas: statistics, international economics or financial economics with some college-level teaching experience a strong plus. February 10, 2008
Research Assistants Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Assistants support economists with data collection, analysis, writing, and ongoing projects—projects that usually relate to timely, policy-oriented issues. February 9, 2008
Professor of Economics Queen's University Belfast See Website February 8, 2008
Researcher - Development Economics Kiel Institute for the World Economy (Germany) The position is a research position and need not involve any teaching. The work contract is initially for two years but may subsequently be extended. February 8, 2008
Visiting Faculty - Shanghai Program Petters Group Worldwide   Petters EducAsian's Shanghai Program is seeking Visiting Ph.D. Faculty for Fall 2008/Spring 2009 semester-long courses: Politics and Society in Contemporary China; Chinese History Overview; Chinese Culture and Business and Economic Development in Modern China. Faculty also: lead course-related field experiences, advise students to help them optimize their experience in China and provide program support as required. February 8, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in FernUniversität in Hagen (Germany) See Website February 7, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in (Schwerpunkt Marktentwicklung und Unternehmensdynamik) Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung (ZEW) Mannheim (Germany) See Website February 7, 2008
Teaching/Research Assistant Health Economics Technische Universitaet Dresden (Germany) See Website February 6, 2008
Assistant Professor/Lecturer in Management Department of Business Administration, Athens University of Economics (Greece) Potential candidates must have a strong research record. Candidates must be native Greek speaking or E.U. nationals holders of Certificate D in Greek language. February 5, 2008
Lecturer in Marketing Department of Business Administration, Athens University of Economics (Greece) Candidates must be Greek nationals or E.U. nationals holders of Certificate D for Greek Language. February 5, 2008
Assistant Professor in Marketing Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus (Denmark) Seeking to appoint an assistant professor who will contribute to the further development of the academic and social environment in the department through teaching and research. In terms of research the position is with the MAPP - Centre for Research on Customer Relations in the Food Sector, which is one of the world's leading research institutions working in the field of marketing of foods. The position is partly financed by an upcoming EU project on consumer behaviour in the food area, and the applicant is therefore expected to be capable and willing to do research in this area. The teaching obligations will be within the field of marketing. It is expected that the applicant is able to teach in English language. February 4, 2008
Lectureship in Finance and Lectureship in Economics Universtiy of Leicester (United Kingdom) Evidence of outstanding research achievements or potential is essential. Applicants with interests in all areas of Finance are welcome. For the Economics posts, the Department is particularly interested in making appointments in the areas of microeconometrics and economic theory. February 4, 2008
Researcher Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung der Bundesagentur für Arbeit (Germany) See Website February 4, 2008
Assistant Professor Universität Bielefeld, Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften (Germany) See Website February 1, 2008
Professorship in Change Management University of Southern Denmark (Denmark) One major task for the new professor will be to create a brand new research environment within the field of change management, including being responsible for research leadership in close cooperation with the Dean and the Head of the Department. Another exciting task will be to ensure that a number of the existing staff undergo researcher training with a view to obtaining qualifications at lecturer and senior lecturer level. February 1, 2008
Assistant Professor Kent State University Tenure-track position beginning Fall, 2008 to teach lower and upper-level undergraduate Economic classes. A tenure-track appointment carries with it the expectations of teaching excellence, a development research career, professional development, and campus and community service. February 1, 2008
Economics Academic Advisement and Transfer Center Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY Teach a range of survey courses in Economics. Participate in college and professional activities. Evening/weekend schedule may be required. February 1, 2008
Economics Faculty Dutchess Community College The individual selected will teach introductory courses on Economic Issues as well as Micro Economics and Macro Economics courses. The individual selected will also participate in departmental and campus activities. Some evening and/or off-campus teaching may be required. February 1, 2008
Fill-time, Tenture Track Position in Economics St. Edward's University Responsibilities: Teach four courses per semester, two semesters per year; Develop new courses and curriculum as needed; Continue development of expertise in teaching areas and pedagogy; Continue record of research and publications; Participate in School of Management and Business as well as University projects, events, and committee work; Work with colleagues on assessment of learning outcomes and on recruitment and retention of students; Fulfill other required faculty responsibilities as outlined in the faculty manual. February 1, 2008
Research Assistant / Wissenschaftliche(r) Mitarbeiter(In) Universität Hamburg (Germany) See Website February 1, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany) See Website February 1, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany) See Website February 1, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Universität Leipzig (Germany) See Website February 1, 2008
Assistant or Associate Professor - Statistics Baruch College Candidates should have training or a desire to perform interdisciplinary work with business programs such as Accounting, Finance and Marketing. January 31, 2008
Chair of Econometrics and Statistics of Transportation Systems at the Technische Universität Dresden Technische Universität Dresden (Germany) See Website January 31, 2008
Chair in Environmental Economics University of Bath (United Kingdom) In addition to being a leading researcher in the field of environmental economics, it is hoped that the Chair will also provide leadership to the existing research group, notably in the fields of environmental valuation, green accounting and environmental policy. January 31, 2008
Doctoral Assistent or PostDoc (Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter) Universität Mannheim The candidate is expected to do research and assist in the teaching of microeconometrics. January 31, 2008
Economist Financial Stability Swiss National Bank (Switzerland) You will help to identify the sources of instability in the banking sector and assist in developing instruments and strategies designed to enhance its level of stability. You will be able to engage in research aimed, in particular, at improving understanding of the role of the banking sector in the transmission of monetary policy. You will be called upon to compile documents upon which Governing Board decisions are based, and you will contribute to the unit's reporting and speech writing activities. You will also collaborate closely with other national and international institutions. January 31, 2008
Full-time Position in Economics American University in Bulgaria (Bulgaria) The Department of Economics invites applications for a full-time faculty position in economics, starting in fall 2008. Rank is open. Preference will be given to econometrics and/or financial economics, but any other field in economics will be considered as well. Completed Ph.D. by the start of the appointment and commitment to teaching excellence are expected. Prior teaching experience is a plus, but not required. January 31, 2008
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Economics AUT University (New Zealand) Successful applicants must be able to demonstrate: • commitment to the philosophy of student centred, interdisciplinary study • excellent teaching performance including the facilitation of the development of students' professional capabilities and the ability to teach Economics as part of an interdisciplinary curriculum • commitment to their own professional development and their pursuit of higher education. Although outstanding candidates with a Masters degree in Economics may be considered, preference will be given to those who have completed, or who can demonstrate significant progress toward completing a doctorate in Economics or an affiliated discipline • ability to conduct research and make intellectual contributions in Economics or an affiliated Business discipline • excellent communication skills and well developed interpersonal skills with a proven ability to work effectively with both, interdisciplinary and disciplinary teams January 31, 2008
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader Birkbeck College, University of London (United Kingdom) The successful candidate will be expected to teach on our graduate and undergraduate Finance programmes, and to contribute to the further development of their curriculum. January 31, 2008
Professor of Economics EDHEC Business School, Lille, France Applications are invited for the position of Professor of Economics. Candidates should have demonstrated their ability to produce the highest quality research in economics and to teach students at both the graduate and postgraduate levels. The successful candidate will participate in the work of the EDHEC economics research centre on the evaluation of economic policy. Current research programs involve the intersection between economic and financial issues, and the areas of labor markets and higher education. January 31, 2008
Professor of Economics ESSEC Business School (France) Applicants should have a Ph.D. or doctorate from a top school or university, and demonstrate a strong research capability. January 31, 2008
Professor of Economics specialized in Insurance Microeconomics EDHEC Business School, Lille, France Applications are invited for the position of Professor of Economics specialized in Insurance Microeconomics. The insurance themes are envisaged in relation to social protection (healthcare) and financial issues at the intersection between economics and finance. Candidates should have demonstrated their ability to produce the highest quality research in economics and to teach students at both the graduate and postgraduate levels. The successful candidate will participate in the work of the EDHEC economics research centre on the evaluation of economic policy. January 31, 2008
Professor of International Economics Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany (Germany) Applicants should have (a) a solid academic qualification (e.g. PhD, Postdoc [Habilitation]); (b) an outstanding international reputation in high quality scholarship and research in the respective areas and (c) a strong record in attracting research funding and (d) a demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching. January 31, 2008
Professor of International Management Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany (Germany) Applicants should have (a) a solid academic qualification (e.g. PhD, Postdoc [Habilitation]); (b) an outstanding international reputation in high quality scholarship and research in the respective areas and (c) a strong record in attracting research funding and (d) a demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching. January 31, 2008
Research Analyst Man Investments (United Kingdom) This opportunity is ideal for a self-motivated dynamic individual with good computing and data analysis skills, able to apply and test theories from macro- and financial economics, has interests in quantitative modelling and trading, and seeks a challenging responsible position with opportunities to contribute to the expansion, development and practice of the business. January 31, 2008
Scientific assistant Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany (Germany) See Website January 31, 2008
Senior Lecturer/Reader in Econometrics University of Bath (United Kingdom) Applications are invited for the post of Senior Lecturer/Reader in Econometrics within the Department of Economics and International Development. Candidates should have an excellent track record of research, as evidenced through publication in international peer reviewed journals. In addition, the post holder would be expected to have substantial experience of teaching econometrics to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. We welcome applications from candidates specialising in any area of theoretical or applied econometrics. January 31, 2008
Studiengangskoordinator/in Faculty of economics (Germany) See Website January 31, 2008
Teaching/Research Assistant Finance Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany (Germany) See Website January 31, 2008
Tutors in Economics, Finance, Tourism, Management, Marketing and other desciplines Hellenic Open University (Greece) See Website January 31, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung (ZEW) (Germany) See Website January 31, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in, Assistent/in (Spieltheorie) Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (Austria) See Website January 31, 2008
Visiting Position in Economics American University in Bulgaria (Bulgaria) The department of economics invites applications for a two-year visiting faculty position in economics. The position is for the 2008/2009 and 2009/10 academic years. Preference will be given to those with specializations in industrial organization, international finance or applied microeconomics. Rank is open. Commitment to teaching excellence is required. January 31, 2008
Endowed Chair in Demography University of California at Santa Barbara We seek an outstanding established scholar with a strong and demonstrated interest in the way demographic processes (fertility, mortality, morbidity and migration) and changes in population characteristics (size, distribution, and structure) are linked to social, cultural and economic processes. January 30, 2008
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Marketing Universität Hohenheim, Fachgebiet Agrarmärkte und Agrarmarketing (Germany) See Website January 30, 2008
Associate Professor of Economics Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Colombia) See Website January 25, 2008
Economic Advisors GES See Website January 25, 2008
Visiting Researcher University of Antwerp, Belgium (Belgium) See Website January 25, 2008
Economist Department Of Justice The Antitrust Division has openings for Economist positions to join our dedicated team and gain invaluable experience working in the public interest to protect the competitive process. The Division's work ranges over the entire spectrum of the U.S. economy. Its merger and civil enforcement cases can affect the structure and performance of an entire industry, and its criminal enforcement detects and punishes white-collar antitrust crimes that rob American consumers. January 22, 2008
Chair in Microeconometrics European University Institute (Italy) Candidates must have experience in graduate-level formal instruction and doctoral supervision as well as a strong academic publication record. Candidates should have an excellent research record. Emphasis on applied work is welcome in combination with a solid background in econometric theory. The successful candidate will teach in the econometrics sequence of the Department. January 20, 2008
Ph.D.-Position University of Munich (Germany) Applicants are expected to conduct own research, to participate in research and teaching as well as to support in administrative activities. January 20, 2008
Postdoctoral Researchers and PhD-students The Kiel Institute for the World Economy (Germany) The positions are research positions and need not involve teaching. January 20, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in J. W. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt (Germany) See Website January 20, 2008
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in J. W. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt (Germany) See Website January 19, 2008
Assistant Professor Department of Economics, Universite catholique of Louvain (Belgium) The successful candidate will be involved in teaching at basic and advanced levels and will focus his or her research activities on the field of economic policy. Preference will be given to candidates who can combine theoretical and empirical approaches to examine economic policy issues and/or develop empirical studies exploiting new databases. Favourite fields include: macroeconomic policy, industry and market regulation. January 18, 2008
Assistant Professorships in Economics (any field) Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen (Denmark) Successful candidates will be expected to conduct research, to publish internationally, to otherwise disseminate their research results and to teach, supervise and examine at BSc and MSc levels and to undertake administrative tasks appropriate to the position of an assistant professor. January 18, 2008
Associate Professorship in Development Economics Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen (Denmark) The successful candidate will be expected to conduct research, to publish internationally, to otherwise disseminate research results and to teach, supervise and examine at BSc, MSc and PhD levels in Development Economics as well as other areas of Economics, and to undertake administrative tasks appropriate to the position of an associate professor. The candidate must be capable of and willing to make solid contributions to the academic environment and work at the Department and to the work of the Development Economics Research Group (DERG) in particular. Moreover, the candidate must be willing to provide first-class teaching. January 18, 2008
Associate Professorships in Economics (any field) Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen (Denmark) Successful candidates will be expected to conduct research, to publish internationally, to otherwise disseminate their research results and to teach, supervise and examine at BSc, MSc and PhD levels, and to undertake administrative tasks appropriate to the position of an associate professor. January 18, 2008
Fixed-term professorships in Economics Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen (Denmark) Successful candidates will be expected to conduct research, to publish internationally in top journals, to otherwise disseminate their research results and to teach, supervise and examine at BSc, MSc and PhD levels, and to undertake administrative tasks appropriate to the position of a professor. January 18, 2008
Junior Researcher (PhD student) in Ecological, Environmental and Resource Economics Leuphana University of Lüneburg (Germany) The successful candidate will join an interdisciplinary team and conduct innovative and methodoogically demanding research towards a PhD in economics at Leuphana University of Lüneburg by studying the ecological-economic relationships between insurance institutions and the efficient and sustainable use of regulating ecosystem services under uncertainty. The detailed topic of research is still open and will be negotiated. The position includes a teaching assistance obligation in the area of ecological, environmental and resource economics for the BSc- and MSc-degree programs in environmental sciences at Leuphana University of Lüneburg. January 18, 2008
Professor of Economics Department of economics, Universite catholique of Louvain (Belgium) The successful candidate will be involved in teaching at basic and advanced levels and will focus his or her research activities on the field of economic policy. January 18, 2008
Promotionsstipendium Forschungsinstitut Feie Berufe (Germany) See Website January 18, 2008
Senior Policy Advisor & Coach  Republic of Rwanda, Office of the President The Advisors will lead their respective clusters and report to the Head of the Strategy and Policy Unit, Office of the President. They will (i) provide high quality advice in their policy area, (ii) support government in policy implementation, and (iii) coach a team of Rwandans to staff and eventually lead the respective clusters. Successful candidates will work 24 consecutive months in-country and provide 3 additional months of coaching support phasing out. January 18, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter Marketing Institut für Wirtschaftswissenschaft, Technische Universität Clausthal (Germany) See Website January 18, 2008
Budget Analyst ATF See Website January 17, 2008
Budget Analyst Department Of Justice See Website January 17, 2008
Budget Analyst Department Of Justice See Website January 17, 2008
Senior Budget Analyst Department Of Justice The Senior Budget Analyst will be responsible for establishing, developing, and maintaining a comprehensive program for the planning, formulation, presentation, and revision of the budget for the OIG's activities and the analysis of special issues and resource allocations impacting OIG appropriations, non-appropriated funds, and reimbursable programs. January 17, 2008
Instructional Faculty - Economics Pima County Community College Faculty members will be expected to teach a broad range of courses in the discipline or subject area and may be asked to use a wide range of delivery systems, such as lecture, lecture/lab, self-paced, independent or individualized instruction, internet, flex, open-entry/open-exit, and other alternatives.   The ideal faculty candidate will have knowledge of student learning styles, assessment instruments and their interpretation, evaluation of a student's educational progress, techniques for academic advising and current issues, trends, advances, research, and practices impacting the discipline January 16, 2008
Assistant/Assistant Professor in Finance University College Ghent - Faculty of Business Administration and Public Administration (Belgium) See Website January 15, 2008
Asst/Assc/Full Prof in the Social, Economic & Policy Aspects of the Bioeconomy Michigan State University (United States) Applicants should have a well-established record of publication and extra-mural funding. International experience or demonstrated interest in international regions is an advantage. January 15, 2008
Doctoral Research Fellowship in Economics - "Exploiting personal data" Université Paris-Sud, ADIS research center (France) The aim of the research is to evaluate the economic value of privacy within the pervasive ICT (Information communication technologies) diffusion. On the one hand, personal data collections are crucial for ensuring security, on the other hand the diffusion of ICT does not respect the privacy of individuals. January 15, 2008
Post-Doctoral Position in Behavioral Economics University of Bonn (Germany) Applicants should be interested in applied microeconomics, behavioral economics, experimental economics, and/or neuroeconomics and have excellent abilities in applied econometrics. The PostDoc will pursue own research and joint research with other members of the group and teach about 1.5 hours per week. January 15, 2008
Research Assistant Department of Empirical Research and Econometrics – University of Freiburg (Germany) The candidate is expected to assist in research and teaching. There is room for independent research, especially working on a doctoral thesis. January 15, 2008
Supervisory Budget Analyst ATF See Website January 15, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin / Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Universität Bayreuth (Germany) See Website January 15, 2008
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin/Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Institut für Versicherungsbetriebslehre, Universität Hamburg (Germany) See Website January 11, 2008
issenschaftliche(r) Mitarbeiter(in) Rheinisch-Westfälisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung e.V. (Germany) See Website January 11, 2008
Lecturer - Assistant Professor of Accounting Athens University of Economics and Business, Department of Business Administration (Greece) The Department of Business Administration at the Athens University of Economics and Business is seeking high potential candidates for the post of "Lecturer - Assistant Professor of Accounting". Holding a Ph.D. in Accounting and fluency in the Greek language is a strict prerequisite January 7, 2008
Research/Teaching Assistant (Wissenschaftliche(r) Mitarbeiter(in) ) Bielefeld University (Germany) Successful candidates will have a teaching load of up to 4 hours per semester and should have a research agenda in the fields of economics of innovation, industrial organization, industrial policy or related topics. Candidates should have a degree in economics, mathematical economics or related areas and should be familiar with formal microeconomic methods, in particular game theory. Know-how and/or interest in dynamic modeling or agent-based simulation approaches are a plus. It is expected that successful candidates are able to teach in German within a year. January 5, 2008
Postdoctoral Research Scholar The Center for Energy, Marine Transportation and Public Policy (CEMTPP) at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs This individual will contribute to and support the Center's expanding research program on urban energy issues. This appointment will be initially for one year, with the expectation that it will be renewed for a second and final year, assuming satisfactory performance. An annual stipend of $66,000 plus fringe benefits is provided. January 1, 2008