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Reader/ Senior Lecturer/ Lecturer Queen's University Belfast Queen's University Management School Applications are now sought for the following position from outstanding individuals with the desire and potential to contribute to the further development of Queen's University Management School: Reader/Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Finance (3 posts) Ref: 09/100825. The successful applicants must show the ability to publish at an international research standard in any area of Finance. ASAP- Interview date April 7, 2009
3 Full Professors of Economics WU: Vienna University of Economics and Business 1)APPLIED MICROECONOMICS (Ref. no. 126390): The new professor will be allocated to the Institute of Quantitative Economics with its broad research agenda in applied micro- and macroeconomics and econometrics, and at the same time will take a leading position in the Research Institute for Regulatory Economics. Applicants should have an outstanding international reputation in high quality scholarship and empirical research in the area of applied microeconomics and experience in the area of regulatory economics.
2)INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS (Ref. no. 126490): The successful candidate is expected to take a leading position in the Research Institute for European Affairs (Europainstitut) with its interdisciplinary research agenda in major areas of European Integration. Applicants' research should be focused on International Economics, in particular in the areas of trade (JEL-Code F1), international factor movements (JEL-Code F2), economic growth of open economies and European economic integration. The new professor should have notable experience in empirical research.
3)MACROECONOMICS (Ref. no. 126590): Applicants' research should be focused on applied empirical research issues in macroeconomics, monetary and fiscal policy, including its institutional dimensions. In particular, applicants should have notable experience in empirical research and in acquiring and conducting third- party funded research.
April 8, 2009
Senior Researcher and Junior Researcher Vacancies Announcement IDLO Rome, Italy These research positions will focus on legal empowerment issues, particularly in areas concerning microfinance law and regulation, rights of girls, land tenure, protection of traditional knowledge, rule of law issues in post-conflict situations, and investment and trade law. ASAP
Visiting Faculty Position in Real Estate University of Pennsylvania The Wharton School The Wharton School's Real Estate Department invites applications for a visiting faculty member to teach real estate finance or economics courses during the Fall or Spring Semester of the 2009-2010 academic year. This position is not a tenure-track appointment and reappointment to this or any other position is not guaranteed or intended. ASAP
Human Resources Assistant Management, Business, and Information Services Division Job Announcement #09-29 Congressional Budget Office The Human Resources Department seeks a detail oriented assistant with a strong work ethic. The successful candidate will provide support in broad range of human resources areas (benefits, recruitment, and payroll) as part of a 5-person HR shop. Duties are varied and will include applicant processing, recruitment support, personnel records management, timekeeping, and special projects. March 10, 2009
Macro/Labor/Health Economist Macroeconomic Analysis Division Job Announcement #09-05 Congressional Budget Office The Macroeconomic Analysis Division is seeking an economist with a background in macroeconomics, labor economics, and/or health. The Macroeconomic Analysis Division advises the Congress about the macroeconomic effects of federal fiscal policy. It analyzes the possible economic effects of the President's proposals each year, and regularly reports on current economic issues. Looking forward, we anticipate a significant increase in demand for analysis of health care proposals, and the successful candidate would play a major role in helping to analyze the macroeconomic effects of those proposals. The position requires writing CBO studies for Members of Congress and their staffs, as well as carrying out original research. CBO staff regularly publish similar research in professional journals. Until Filled.