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Assistant, Associate or Full Professor [USA]
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor [USA] The Department of Economics and the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University seek to recruit an Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Economics (tenure-track) whose research interests include applied microeconomics, beginning July 1, 2018. The new faculty member will have appointments in the Department of Economics and the Watson Institute. The tenure line for this position will be in the Department of Economics.

Candidates at the Assistant Professor level should have a Ph.D. in hand or firmly expected by August 2018, be engaged in a research program with the potential to influence their field, and demonstrate the potential for excellence in undergraduate and graduate teaching and advising. Candidates at the Associate Professor level should have demonstrated a significant influence on the profession by their research and publications and a commitment to teaching excellence at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Candidates at the level of Full Professor should be nationally recognized for their scholarly achievements and also demonstrate a commitment to teaching excellence at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.


Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and copies of or links to important publications and/or working papers. Applicants at the level of Assistant Professor must arrange for three letters of recommendation to be submitted online. Applicants at the Associate and Full Professor levels should submit the names of at least five distinguished scholars who can provide references. The search committee will contact these referees directly.

All candidates must apply online at http://www.econjobmarket.org/ .

Applications for Associate or Full Professor must be received by August 1, 2017 to be guaranteed full consideration, but will be accepted until the position is filled. The search at the Assistant Professor level will proceed only if the position has not been filled at the Associate or Full Professor level by the time of the AEA Annual Meeting in January, 2018. Applications for Assistant Professor must be received by November 15, 2017 to be guaranteed full consideration, but will be accepted until the position is filled.

Brown University is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive academic global community; as an EEO/AA employer, Brown considers applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate on the basis of, gender, race, protected veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.
Brown Economics
Brown Economics Department: Economics
Institution: Brown University
Professor Any Level
Ad from 2017-06-22
to 2018-02-01
Microeconomics
Professor of Economics [UK]
Professor of Economics [UK]
School of Economics and Finance
Professor of Economics - Ref: QMUL11613

The School of Economics and Finance at Queen Mary University of London invites applications for the post of Professor of Economics. Expertise in one or more of the following areas is sought for this position: Finance, Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics, and Macroeconomics.
Queen Mary University of London is one of the world’s leading universities (in the top one per cent of universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education). It has an impressive reputation for academic excellence across the humanities, social sciences, law, medicine and dentistry, and science and engineering.
The successful candidate must have a clear international profile and reputation for excellence. An outstanding record of publications with demonstrable impact in the field, and a well-established academic network are essential requirements. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute significantly to the development of the School’s research strategies, to be active in attracting research income and to play a full role in leadership and supervision of postgraduate students. A proven ability to provide wider leadership at the School, and to engage with government institutions, is essential.
The appointment is expected to be full-time and permanent. Salary will be by negotiation within the professorial salary range and the overall remuneration package will be competitive. Details about the school can be found at http://www.econ.qmul.ac.uk/. For general enquiries about the position please contact Derek Judge at d.judge@qmul.ac.uk, or call +44 (0)20 7882 8846.
Candidates must upload their curriculum vitae and complete an on-line application form at www.jobs.qmul.ac.uk (reference QMUL11613). Applicants unable to meet the deadline should please contact the Head of School, Professor Sujoy Mukerji, at s.mukerji@qmul.ac.uk.


Valuing Diversity & Committed to Equality
SEF
SEF Department: School of Economics and Finance
Institution: Queen Mary University of London
Full Professor
Ad from 2017-06-02
to 2017-11-21
Econometrics
Peston Chair in Economics and Finance [UK]
Peston Chair in Economics and Finance [UK] The School of Economics and Finance at Queen Mary University of London invites applications from scholars of international distinction for the inaugural appointment to the Peston Chair.

The Chair is named in honour of Professor the Lord Maurice Peston, who founded the highly-regarded Economics Department (now School of Economics and Finance) and served as its first head. The appointment is funded in part by gifts from alumni, who count among his many admirers. In recognition of Lord Peston's own combination of scholarly achievement and public service, preference will be given to candidates whose research is at the interface of economics and public policy in the fields of applied microeconomics, finance and macroeconomics.

Queen Mary University of London is one of the world’s leading universities (in the top one per cent of universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education). It has an impressive reputation for academic excellence across the humanities, social sciences, law, medicine and dentistry, and science and engineering.

The successful candidate must have a clear international profile and reputation for excellence. An outstanding record of publications with demonstrable impact in the field, and a well-established academic network are essential requirements. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute significantly to the development of the School’s research strategies, to be active in attracting research income and to play a full role in leadership and supervision of postgraduate students. A proven ability to provide wider leadership at the School, and to engage with government institutions, is essential.

The appointment is expected to be full-time and permanent. Salary will be by negotiation within the professorial salary range and the overall remuneration package will be competitive. Details about the school can be found at http://www.econ.qmul.ac.uk/. For general enquiries about the position please contact Derek Judge at d.judge@qmul.ac.uk, or call +44 (0)20 7882 8846.

Candidates must upload their curriculum vitae and complete an on-line application form at www.jobs.qmul.ac.uk (reference QMUL11407). The closing date for applications is 26th May 2017. Applicants unable to meet this deadline should please contact the Head of School, Professor Sujoy Mukerji, at s.mukerji@qmul.ac.uk.
SEF
SEF Department: School of Economics and Finance
Institution: Queen Mary University of London
Full Professor
Ad from 2017-04-24
to 2017-10-31
Any field
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Economics [USA]
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Economics [USA] Cornell Institute for China Economic Research (CICER) is recruiting a Postdoctoral Research Associate. The position is open until filled.

Job Description:

The Cornell Institute for China Economic Research (CICER) is recruiting a Postdoctoral Research Associate for the 2017-2018 academic year. The position can be renewed for a second year contingent on satisfactory performance in the first year.

The postdoc will be expected to participate in institute activities and work closely on research projects with CICER co-directors, as well as with graduate and undergraduate students. The postdoc will be housed either in the Department of Economics in the College of Arts and Sciences or in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management in the College of Business.

The applicant should hold a Ph.D. in economics, applied economics, or in a related field at the time of hire. Experience with structural estimation methods is essential; experience with big data sets is a plus.

The post-doc must be in residence at Cornell in Ithaca, New York. The program provides a stipend ($60,000 per twelve months) and employee benefits, as well as support for research assistance and a research budget.

Applications will be accepted beginning October 1, 2016. Applicants should submit a one-page letter of application summarizing their research experience and interests; a curriculum vitae; a job market paper; one additional research paper if available; graduate school transcript; and three letters of reference.

Diversity and inclusion are a part of Cornell University’s heritage. We are a recognized employer and educator valuing AA/EEO, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with disabilities.


For more details, please consult:
http://china.dyson.cornell.edu/jobs/
Cornell CICER
Cornell CICER Department: Cornell Institute for China Economic Research
Institution: Cornell University
Post-Doc
Ad from 2016-10-01
to 2017-10-01
Any field
Professor Econometrics and Business Statistics Monash Business School [Australia]
Professor Econometrics and Business Statistics Monash Business School [Australia] Expression of Interest

Monash University is searching for scholars of international distinction in order to appoint a tenured Full Professor in the Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics within the Monash Business School. Questions about the position should be sent by email to Heather.Anderson@monash.edu. You can use the following link to register your interest in the role and supply your CV: http://careers.pageuppeople.com/513/cw/en/job/563082/professor-econometrics-and-business-statistics

Expressions of interest will be considered on a rolling basis, and the position will be open until 23 September 2017 or the position is filled. To ensure full consideration please get in touch as soon as possible.
Researchers with expertise in any field of econometrics or business statistics are eligible. Achievement relative to opportunity is a key selection criterion, so both current full professors and associate professors with a strong trajectory are welcome to apply.
The Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics at Monash is recognised worldwide for the quality of its research and teaching, and it has been designated by Monash University as an area of outstanding strength, “demonstrably pre-eminent relative to other Australian universities and competitive with the strongest international equivalents”. In the Excellence in Research for Australia assessment conducted by the Australian Research Council in 2015, Monash University received a rank of 5, which is the highest possible rank, for each of Econometrics and Statistics.
Monash Business School is consistently placed in the top 10% of institutions in the world in the field of Econometrics according to RePec (the Research Papers in Economics indexing service maintained by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, USA), and currently the School occupies top ten RePec places in the fields of econometrics, time series econometrics and forecasting.
Monash University is located in Melbourne, which is consistently voted the most liveable city in the world. It has a vibrant café culture, superb restaurants, excellent schools, transport, cultural and leisure facilities, as well as beautiful beaches.
The salary package will be internationally competitive, with a market loading depending on qualifications and experience. The Department offers low teaching loads, a generous travel budget, internal research funding opportunities, and a vibrant visitors program. We strive to provide a family friendly work environment and strongly value a healthy work/life balance.
To learn more about the Monash Econometrics and Business Statistics Department, visit https://business.monash.edu/econometrics-and-business-statistics
Monash Uni Econometrics
Monash Uni Econometrics Department: Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics
Institution: Monash University
Full Professor
Ad from 2017-07-04
to 2017-09-23
Econometrics, Statistics
Visiting Research Scholar in Economics [USA]
Visiting Research Scholar in Economics [USA] We invite applications for semester- or year-long visiting researcher positions. Visiting positions are sponsored by the MSU Initiative for Regulatory and Applied Economic Analysis, which is housed in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics (see www.montana.edu/regecon for more information about the initiative). The mission of the initiative is to engage undergraduate and graduate students with faculty in academic research that will further the understanding of economic regulation and policy’s impact on societal well-being. The initiative awards research grants, research fellowships, and research assistantships to facilitate research, analysis, and teaching of regulatory economics as applied to agriculture, healthcare, technology, finance, natural resources, education, public safety, and other sectors; leverages the University’s geographic position and research track record to inform the public policy debate on state, regional, and national issues; has lasting impact on undergraduate and graduate students by providing support to enable their research on relevant public policy topics; and enhances the intellectual capital of MSU faculty and other universities or centers by providing research and teaching opportunities. Research will be in regulatory economics as applied to agriculture, healthcare, technology, finance, natural resources, education, public safety, and other sectors of the economy and is expected to result in publications in leading disciplinary refereed journals and related shorter white papers intended to communicate the research to a broad audience. Scholars will be given office space and are expected to reside in or around Bozeman and to be active contributors to the initiative's programs. Scholars will also be provided a $5,000 budget for research-related expenses. This position is ideal for tenured faculty on semester- or year-long sabbaticals from their current institutions.
MSU: Dept of Ag Econ & Econ
MSU: Dept of Ag Econ & Econ Department: Agricultural Economics & Economics
Institution: Montana State University-Bozeman
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
Ad from 2017-03-05
to 2017-09-10
Environmental; Ag. Econ, Finance, Health; Education; Welfare, Labor; Demographic Econ , Law and Economics, Political Economy, Public Economics, Urban; Rural; Regional Econ, Management, Health Care
Robert S. Danforth / Ben W. Lewis Professor of Economics [USA]
Robert S. Danforth / Ben W. Lewis Professor of Economics [USA] The Department of Economics at Oberlin College invites applications for the Danforth/Lewis Chair, a full-time, continuing faculty position starting fall 2017. The incumbent is expected to have earned a Ph.D. in Economics and to have demonstrated professional competence in Macroeconomic research. Preference will be given to those with successful teaching experience at the college level. Salary and benefits are commensurate with qualifications and experience. To be assured of full consideration, submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, graduate transcript, three letters of recommendation, and examples of recent research activity to EconJobMarket.org by November 14, 2016.
Oberlin College Economics Dept
Oberlin College Economics Dept Department: Economics
Institution: Oberlin College
Full Professor
Ad from 2016-09-30
to 2017-09-01
Macroeconomics; Monetary
Regional Economic Advisor [USA]
Regional Economic Advisor [USA] Job Summary:
Informs internal and external audiences on national and regional economic conditions, monetary policy, and the role of the Federal Reserve in the economy to various business, professional, civic, governmental, and other appropriate organizations. Conducts research on issues that enhance the ability of the Bank to speak meaningfully to its constituencies.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Informs internal and external audiences on national and regional economic conditions, monetary policy, and the role of the Federal Reserve in the economy to various business, professional civic, governmental, and other appropriate organizations. Examples may include, but are not limited to, internal presentations and briefings, public presentations, panel discussions, media interviews, legislative hearings, and writing articles for the Bank's public website, association publications, or professional journals.

Responds to public requests for information on economic, financial, and other subject matters in coordination with the Corporate Affairs organization. Liaises with the appropriate members of the Corporate Affairs organization to coordinate and align on the key messages to the target audiences listed above.

Independently collects, analyzes, interprets, and manages a wide range of economic and financial data to maintain and promote outreach and research activities, often collaborating with colleagues in Corporate Affairs, Supervision, Regulation and Credit, Financial Institutions Relations, and other areas of the Bank.

Develops and pursues relevant research projects that expand the capacity of the Bank to speak meaningfully to its constituencies.

Keeps abreast of research and analysis performed throughout the Federal Reserve System and at the Bank. Also, keeps abreast of relevant developments in the disciplines of economics, finance, and statistics.

Assigns, coordinates, and supervises the work of direct-report analyst(s) and interns. Provides leadership and guidance on essential tasks including matters of economics, mathematics, data collection and visualization, econometric analysis, and statistical programming.

Contributes to research staff discussions of FOMC policy issues.

Provides economic analysis and contributes to speeches and department publications, as appropriate.

Participates in the activities of District chambers of commerce and other business and professional associations, as appropriate.
Fulfills job duties and responsibilities in conformance with sound safety practices.

Performs other related duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:
Advanced degree in economics, preferably Ph.D. or ABD plus 5 - 10 years of relevant experience.

Knowledge and Skills:
Solid grounding in economic theory, econometric and statistical analysis.
Familiarity with national and regional data and data sources.
Capacity for, and interest in, analyzing current policy issues and economic developments.
Strong presentation skills.
Ability to work collaboratively and with multiple stakeholders and constituencies.
Excellent problem solving, analytical, and leadership skills.
Ability to articulate issues clearly and accurately.
Clear, concise writing skills.
Strong interpersonal skills, capable of interacting effectively with economics and finance professionals inside and outside the System. Ability to interact effectively with key external audiences.

Other Requirements:
Ability to travel approximately 50% of the time; less than 5% of travel is overnight.
Applicants must be able to provide work authorization to prove their eligibility to work in the United States.

Physical Requirements:
Must be able to sit and work at the personal computer for extended periods of time.
Ability to lift and carry materials and/or equipment required for delivering presentations to public audiences.
FRB Research Philadelphia
FRB Research Philadelphia Department: Research
Institution: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Other Non-Academic
Ad from 2017-06-21
to 2017-09-01
Other
Director of Undergraduate Studies [USA]
Director of Undergraduate Studies [USA] The George Washington University Department of Economics seeks an accomplished teacher and administrator for a three-year renewable term appointment at the rank of assistant/associate professor to begin as early as Fall 2017. Field of specialty is open.

Basic Qualifications: Candidates must have a PhD degree in economics in hand by the date of appointment and be able to demonstrate evidence of outstanding teaching through consistently high student evaluations at the college level.

Additional Desired Qualification: Experience advising economics majors.

Application procedure: Applicants must submit (1) a current curriculum vitae, (2) syllabi of courses taught, (3) teaching evaluations, and (4) arrange for three letters of recommendation to be submitted. All application materials must be submitted via econjobmarket.org. The review of applications will begin on November 15, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled. Only complete applications will be considered.

The George Washington University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that does not unlawfully discriminate in any of its programs or activities on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or on any other basis prohibited by applicable law.

Employment offers are contingent on the satisfactory outcome of a standard background screening.

This position is pending final budgetary approval.

Contact:
Director of Undergraduate Studies Hiring, Department of Economics
George Washington University
Monroe Hall
2115 G Street, NW, Room 340
Washington, DC 20052
Dept. of Economics, GWU
Dept. of Economics, GWU Department: Department of Economics
Institution: George Washington University
Assistant or Associate Professor
Ad from 2016-10-06
to 2017-08-31
Any field
Assistant Professor of International Finance/Macro [USA]
Assistant Professor of International Finance/Macro [USA] The Department of Economics invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor beginning as early as the Fall 2017 semester.

Basic Qualifications: Applicants must have a Ph.D. in economics with expertise in international finance/open-economy macroeconomics. ABD applicants may be considered, but must complete all requirements for the Ph.D. by the date of appointment. Applicants must have high quality publications or potential for such as demonstrated by works in progress. Applicants must also show evidence of strong teaching skills.

Application procedure: Please submit (1) a letter of interest detailing the position for which you are applying (2) your research and teaching interests and qualifications, (3) a current curriculum vitae, (4) one or, at most, two research papers, (5) syllabi of courses taught (if available), (6) teaching evaluations (if available); and (7) arrange for three letters of recommendation to be submitted. All application materials must be submitted via econjobmarket.org. The review of applications will begin on November 15, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled. Only complete applications will be considered. Interviews will be conducted in Chicago, IL, at the ASSA meetings on January 6-8, 2017.

The George Washington University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that does not unlawfully discriminate in any of its programs or activities on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or on any other basis prohibited by applicable law.

Employment offers are contingent on the satisfactory outcome of a standard background screening.

This position is pending final budgetary approval.

Contact:
International Finance Search Committee,
Department of Economics, George Washington University
Monroe Hall, 2115 G Street, NW, Room 340
Washington, DC 20052
Dept. of Economics, GWU
Dept. of Economics, GWU Department: Department of Economics
Institution: George Washington University
Assistant Professor
Ad from 2016-10-06
to 2017-08-31
International Finance/Macro
Assistant Professor of Public Economics [USA]
Assistant Professor of Public Economics [USA] The Department of Economics invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor beginning as early as Fall 2017 semester.

Basic Qualifications: Applicants must have a Ph.D. in economics with expertise in public economics. ABD applicants may be considered but must complete all requirements for the Ph.D. by the date of appointment. Applicants must have high quality publications or potential for such as demonstrated by works in progress. Applicants must also show evidence of strong teaching skills.

Application procedure: Please submit (1) a letter of interest detailing the position for which you are applying, (2) your research and teaching interests and qualifications, (3) a current curriculum vitae, (4) one or at most two research papers, (5) syllabi of courses taught (if available), (6) teaching evaluations (if available); and (7) arrange for three letters of recommendation to be submitted. All application materials must be submitted via econjobmarket.org. The review of applications will begin on November 15, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled. Only complete applications will be considered. Interviews will be conducted in Chicago, IL, at the ASSA meetings on January 6-8, 2017.

The George Washington University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that does not unlawfully discriminate in any of its programs or activities on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or on any other basis prohibited by applicable law.

Employment offers are contingent on the satisfactory outcome of a standard background screening.

This position is pending final budgetary approval.

Contact:
Public Economics Search Committee,
Department of Economics, George Washington University
Monroe Hall, 2115 G Street, NW, Room 340
Washington, DC 20052
Dept. of Economics, GWU
Dept. of Economics, GWU Department: Department of Economics
Institution: George Washington University
Assistant Professor
Ad from 2016-10-06
to 2017-08-31
Public Economics
Instructor [USA]
Instructor [USA] General Information:
The Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics (DAEE) is jointly administered by the College of Agriculture and the College of Letters and Science. The Department has 20 tenured or tenure-track faculty members, about half of whom work in the field of Agricultural Economics. The Faculty members are highly productive scholars with a focus on high quality publications in leading refereed journals. Undergraduate degrees are offered in Agricultural Business, Economics, and Financial Engineering, with undergraduate majors numbering about 360, and a rigorous, highly respected Master's degree in Applied Economics, graduating an average of six students per year.

The DAEE seeks applications for a lecturer for the 2017-18 academic year. Candidates should be prepared to teach a variety of undergraduate courses at both the introductory and advanced levels, with responsibility for high-quality classroom instruction, the use of up-to-date and effective learning assessment tools, and meeting with students during office hours and at other times as necessary. This appointment is renewable depending on teaching evaluations and departmental need and has no research or service obligations. For AY1718, this position is a 4-3 teaching load with two preparations – Essentials of Economics, ECNS 101, and Principles of Macroeconomics, ECNS 202.

Required Qualifications
1. Master’s or ABD in Economics, Agricultural Economics, or a closely related discipline from an accredited institution.
2. Current expertise and substantial knowledge in the specific field or discipline.
3. Experience teaching economics.

Preferred Qualifications
1. Ph.D. candidate in Economics or Agricultural Economics.

The Successful Candidate Will
Possess effective interpersonal and communication skills; have the ability to work independently, and possess exceptional organizational skills; and have a strong interest in student success and commitment to quality teaching. The successful candidate will also have an interest in working with people from diverse backgrounds, and a commitment to the principles of inclusiveness and diversity.

Compensation
The 9-month salary is $45,000 + benefits. There is also a $2,000 moving allowance.

Application Instructions
Applicants should submit the following materially via https://jobs.montana.edu/postings/8937:

(1) A letter of application addressing the required and preferred qualifications listed above, and (2) a curriculum vita.

Screening will commence July 7, 2017 and continue until the position is filled. For more information, please contact Greg Gilpin, gregory.gilpin@montana.edu

MSU is an ADA/EEO/Vet Pref Employer.
MSU: Dept of Ag Econ & Econ
MSU: Dept of Ag Econ & Econ Department: Agricultural Economics & Economics
Institution: Montana State University-Bozeman
Lecturer
Ad from 2017-06-30
to 2017-08-31
Any field
Summer Associate [USA]
Summer Associate [USA] Who We Are
Cornerstone Research is a leading economic and financial consulting firm with more than 600 staff members across eight offices. Together with an extensive network of internationally prominent faculty, we conduct rigorous, objective research applying the highest standards from academia to address complex financial, economic, accounting, and marketing issues that arise in litigation and regulatory investigation.

Cornerstone Research is involved in a broad variety of high-profile legal cases and disputes. Current matters focus on such topics as capital markets, business and securities valuation, M&A and corporate events, risk management, market competition, high frequency trading, the impact of marketing on consumers, and patent infringement. For example, we address issues affecting the ongoing development of financial markets, such as applying frameworks at the intersection of finance and industrial organization economics to evaluate price setting in derivative markets. Beyond the financial markets, we address financial economics issues arising in a range of sectors, from such innovation-driven industries as life sciences and high technology to energy, telecommunications, and industrial markets. We address economic issues when evaluating potential mergers, claims of anticompetitive conduct, and the impact of intellectual property infringement. We also address marketing and economic issues arising in cases with allegations of misleading marketing or false claims. More detail can be found on our website at www.cornerstone.com.

Summer Associate at Cornerstone Research
Cornerstone Research offers candidates pursuing doctoral studies in finance, economics, econometrics, accounting, or marketing the opportunity to join the firm for six to twelve weeks to gain first-hand experience in our work in the role of a Summer Associate. The role is designed to mirror the experience of a first-year Associate and includes case assignments as well as formal training.

Summer Associates work closely with senior staff, clients, and experts to define objectives, guide research efforts, manage deadlines and mentor junior staff. Daily responsibilities typically include assisting with developing project strategy, conducting research, directing analysis, understanding and summarizing data and key findings, and proposing effective solutions to problems faced by their teams. This is a great opportunity for doctoral candidates to use theoretical and empirical research skills gained through their graduate-level training to devise and apply innovative and rigorous analytical approaches to interesting real-world issues. The outcomes of our cases can have a direct and immediate impact on public policy and corporate strategy.

While many Summer Associates choose to spend their summer with us, the timing and duration of this position is flexible and can be arranged any time over the summer or during the academic year.

Candidate Profile
We seek candidates who are pursuing doctoral studies in finance, economics, econometrics, accounting, or marketing, and who have graduated or will be graduating in 2018 or 2019. Candidates must have the ability to apply academic research to real-world issues. We are currently hiring in our Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Silicon Valley (Menlo Park, CA), New York, San Francisco, and Washington, DC offices. We will be interviewing at our local offices on a rolling basis.

Visiting Summer Associate candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. Cornerstone Research will consider international candidates with F-1 status who can independently obtain work authorization.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter (including a statement describing your interest in economic and financial consulting and location preferences), and a resume here.

Contact
Associate Recruiting Coordinator
Cornerstone Research
599 Lexington Avenue, 40th Floor
New York, NY 10022-7642
E-mail: associate-recruiting@cornerstone.com
Online Application URL: https://grad-chire.icims.com/jobs/1241/summer-associate---phd/job
Website: http://www.cornerstone.com
Cornerstone
Cornerstone Department: Consulting
Institution: CORNERSTONE RESEARCH
Consultant
Ad from 2017-02-23
to 2017-08-23
Other
Professor of Health Economics [Australia]
Professor of Health Economics [Australia] Professor of Health Economics required to work collaboratively between the University's Centre for Health Economy and Department of Economics.

Macquarie is the university of pioneering minds. Globally recognised as one of Australia's leading research universities, Macquarie is a place where extraordinary new possibilities come to light. We've helped people to hear, introduced wireless internet technology to the world and broken through traditional boundaries by appointing Australia's first female vice-chancellor.

At Macquarie you'll join a vibrant community of diverse perspectives, all working towards a brighter future for our communities and our planet. Surrounded by beautiful parkland campus, our students and staff are free to explore and discover, supported by facilities including a high-tech library, private teaching hospital, gym and pools, childcare facilities, a campus train station and the newly expanded Macquarie Centre shopping complex next door.

Macquarie University’s Centre for the Health Economy (MUCHE) is a research centre established within the Faculty of Business and Economics as a strategic initiative to undertake innovative research on health, ageing and human services. Its vision is to create a world where decision makers are empowered with applied, trusted and influential research into health and human services policy and systems.

MUCHE undertakes research funded by competitive academic grants, and research funded by government and non-government organisations. It has five strategic research areas, and undertakes research across system wide functions, such as competition, workforce, funding models, and performance frameworks within health and human services sectors.

The Department of Economics provides a supportive and collegial environment for staff to develop and sustain teaching and research programs that deeply engage with the societal challenges of our times, and to foster interdisciplinary, international and community collaboration. Our staff contribute to existing and developing areas of scholarship including applied economics, the economics of culture, financial economics and econometrics, and macroeconomics.

The Role

The Faculty of Business and Economics is seeking to employ a Professor of Health Economics to build capacity in undertaking health and human services research, both independently and collaboratively within Macquarie University. The appointment will be required to work jointly within MUCHE and the Department of Economics.

The Professor will be an intellectual leader in health economics, with experience working with government and non-government organisations, and experience contributing towards public policy debates. The Professor will expand research output, leadership capabilities, mentoring and teaching activities, and external engagement activities within MUCHE and the Department of Economics.

Selection Criteria
To be considered for this position, applicants must address the ‘Selection Criteria’, which is available on our job opportunities page – http://jobs.mq.edu.au/cw/en/job/500920?lApplicationSubSourceID. Here you can also find additional information about this role.

Salary Package: From $179,556 to $188,043 (Level E), plus 17% employer’s superannuation and annual leave loading. There is also the potential for an additional Staff Loading for candidates with exceptional skills and experience.

Appointment Type: Full-time, continuing

Specific Role Enquiries: Ashley Soytemiz on ashley.soytemiz@mq.edu.au

Applications Close: 11:55pm Monday, 14 August 2017

Macquarie University is an EO Employer committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications are encouraged from people with a disability; women (particularly for senior and non-traditional roles); Indigenous Australians, people who identify as GLBTI; and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Applications need to be submitted through the Macquarie University online recruitment system. Where circumstances such as disability or remote location prohibit your access to our online system please contact the enquiries person listed in this advertisement for assistance.
Adcorp
Adcorp Department: Media Team
Institution: Adcorp
Full Professor
Ad from 2017-06-15
to 2017-08-14
Any field
Research Fellow [Australia]
Research Fellow [Australia] Research Fellow

The Macquarie University Centre for the Health Economy (MUCHE) is seeking a talented postdoctoral researcher to conduct and participate in collaborative research on the Health Economy that will impact public policy debate.

Macquarie is the university of pioneering minds. Globally recognised as one of Australia's leading research universities, Macquarie is a place where extraordinary new possibilities come to light. We've helped people to hear, introduced wireless internet technology to the world and broken through traditional boundaries by appointing Australia's first female vice-chancellor.

At Macquarie you'll join a vibrant community of diverse perspectives, all working towards a brighter future for our communities and our planet. Surrounded by beautiful parkland campus, our students and staff are free to explore and discover, supported by facilities including a high-tech library, private teaching hospital, gym and pools, childcare facilities, a campus train station and the newly expanded Macquarie Centre shopping complex next door.

The Centre for the Health Economy
Macquarie University’s Centre for the Health Economy (MUCHE) is a strategic initiative to undertake innovative research on health, ageing and human services. Our vision is to create a world where decision makers are empowered with applied, trusted and influential research into health and human services policy and systems. Our mission is to deliver leading innovative research by operating professionally, collaboratively and sustainably.
To this end, we undertake collaborative research for government and non-government organisations to make an impact. Our research is used to inform public debate, assist decision-making, and help formulate strategy and policy.

Our primary area of interest is investigating the Health Economy at the macro level, with particular focus on the interdependencies of these systems with each other, and the broader economy. This includes investigating factors that impact the health and wellbeing of populations, and system wide functions, such as competition in health and human services, workforce, funding models, and performance frameworks.

We also work collaboratively across the University, including the Faculty of Business and Economics, Faculty of Human Sciences, and the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, including the world renowned Australian Institute of Health Innovation (AIHI).

The Role
We are seeking a talented individual with experience in health economics or biostatistics to contribute to a number of projects within our economic evaluation team. A key component of the role will be evaluating Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) submissions, and conduct research for the purposes of publishing in leading academic journals, and research sponsored by government, business and not-for-profit organisations.

The successful candidate will:
• Conduct economic evaluations, including modelled cost-effectiveness analysis
• Critically appraise PBAC submissions
• Analyse clinical trial and patient data
• Undertake, manage and report on collaborative research projects across a number of faculties, disciplines and University enterprises
• Prepare high quality written reports and peer-reviewed journal articles
• Co-supervise Masters and PhD students working on related projects
• Engage and liaise with government, business and not-for-profit organisations in relation to sponsored research.

To be considered for this position, please address the selection criteria above and attach as a separate document in the application process.

Essential Selection Criteria
• A post-graduate qualification in health economics, epidemiology, statistics, pharmacy or pharmacology.
• Proven teamwork and relationship building skills, including the ability to contribute to collaborative research.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Demonstrated time management skills and ability to work to deadlines.
• Willingness and ability to engage with government and non-government organisations.
Additional selection criteria
• Make independent and original contributions to research with significant impact.
• A strong record of published work or other demonstrated scholarly activities.
• Excellent quantitative skills, with experience in using modelling software such as Excel, TreeAge, and STATA
• Skills in statistical analysis, data interpretation, conducting systematic reviews and meta-analyses.

Desirable Selection Criteria
• Experience in conducting academic research.
• Publications in leading journals.
• Familiarity with the Australian health care system.
• Experience working with senior academics and industry partners.
• Commitment and ability to work with research students.
• Proven record of research independence.
• Able to commence with minimal delay.

Salary Package: Salary will be subject to qualifications and experience. It will range from $70,374 - $94,760 p.a. (Level A) to $99,879 - $118,174 p.a. (Level B), plus 17% employer's superannuation and annual leave loading.

Appointment Type: Full-time, 3 years fixed-term
Specific Role Enquiries: Ashley Soytemiz, Centre Manager on ashley.soytemiz@mq.edu.au
Recruitment Enquiries: Alex Righton, Human Resources on alexander.righton@mq.edu.au
Application Deadline: 11:55pm Monday 7 August 2017
Centre for the Health Economy
Centre for the Health Economy Department: Centre for the Health Economy
Institution: Macquarie University
Other Academic
Ad from 2017-07-05
to 2017-08-07
Health; Education; Welfare, Public Economics, Organizational Behavior, Statistics
Director/Senior Fellow [New Zealand]
Director/Senior Fellow [New Zealand] Motu Economic and Public Policy Research is looking for a Director and Senior Fellow who is flexible and energetic, with a passion for using economics to make a difference to the world.

Our ideal candidate will be both a leader and an experienced economics researcher with a track record of quality research. They will have a vision for how Motu can continue to increase its influence without compromising its core values.

Motu is one of the top ten economic think tanks in the world and is staffed by experienced researchers with PhDs from top international programmes including Stanford, Harvard, Princeton and the London School of Economics. Motu researchers are passionate about undertaking and disseminating high-quality policy-relevant research that is independent of any political agenda, as well as developing New Zealand’s future researchers and economists.

Motu was established to promote informed debate on public policy issues relevant to New Zealand decision making. We are committed to:
* producing high quality research that is independent of any political agenda;
* building research and policy capacity;
* freely disseminating our research findings; and
* having fun while doing it.

Please follow this link to our website to view the job description: http://ow.ly/DJs430dupoE
Motu
Motu Department: n/a
Institution: Motu Economic and Public Policy Research Trust
Professor Any Level
Ad from 2017-07-16
to 2017-08-04
Econometrics, Environmental; Ag. Econ
Postdoctoral Positions in Microeconomics [Germany]
Postdoctoral Positions in Microeconomics [Germany] The Department of Economics at the University of Mannheim invites applications for at least

two postdoctoral positions in microeconomics


with specialization in empirical IO, IO, applied microeconomics, or micro theory.

The positions can be filled for initially one year and may be extended for up to four years.

Theoretical and empirical applicants are both welcome. Applicants are expected to show outstanding commitment to research and must have obtained a PhD when taking up the position or be near its completion.

The department has strong international ties, a widely recognized graduate school, and has been awarded special support as a Center of Excellence by the German government. Salaries are competitive at the European level.

Applications should include a resume, three letters of recommendation and at least one recent research paper. The review of applications begins upon receipt of applications and the search continues until the positions are filled.

CONTACT: Martin Peitz, Michelle Sovinsky, Thomas Tröger, Department of Economics, University of Mannheim, D-68131 Mannheim, Department website: http://www2.vwl.uni-mannheim.de/10.1.html

Applicants are requested to apply via EconJobMarket.org only. E-mail address for inquiries is jobmkt@uni-mannheim.de.
Mannheim Department of Economics
Mannheim Department of Economics Department: Department of Economics
Institution: University of Mannheim
Post-Doc
Ad from 2017-03-22
to 2017-07-31
Industrial Organization, Microeconomics, Theory
Faculty Position in Quantitative marketing [Netherlands]
Faculty Position in Quantitative marketing [Netherlands] The Erasmus School of Economics (ESE) at Erasmus University Rotterdam invites applicants for a six-year tenure-track position in the field of quantitative marketing at the Assistant Professor level beginning in Fall 2018 or an earlier mutually agreed upon data. This position is in the econometrics department of ESE. Among other things, this department is responsible for a bachelor and master programme in econometrics, in which one of the specializations is Business Analytics & Quantitative Marketing.

Candidates should provide evidence of outstanding research productivity or research potential and good teaching ability. The candidate’s research profile must be strong in terms of statistical/econometric methodology. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. (or be near completion) in a field relevant to Economics, Business, or Econometrics.

The compensation package is competitive at the European level and includes several secondary benefits (such as a pension plan that is partially funded by the university). Favorable tax agreements may apply to non-Dutch applicants.

ESE is among the most research-oriented schools in Europe. Its substantial marketing and econometrics research programs are very active and productive. This position focuses on quantitative marketing, mostly within the econometric tradition. We also welcome research using machine learning methodology. ESE offers a strong research culture, ample research resources, and moderate teaching loads. The school offers generous research support to its faculty, including travel budgets, access to databases and high-performance computing. ESE is supported by two research schools, the Erasmus Research Institute of Management and the Tinbergen Institute, both offering extensive research support to our faculty.

The university and the city of Rotterdam provide a pleasant working and living environment with all of the amenities and opportunities of a world-class city, but without much of its typical disadvantages. The use of English in daily life poses no problems. Rotterdam, with its first-rate public healthcare, public schooling system, and affordable housing at the center of Europe (Paris, London, Barcelona, Madrid, Rome are all within 2 hours flying time) is ideal for scholars who aim to focus on research for the next 4-6 years, but at the same time want comfortable living conditions.

Qualified candidates should apply by sending their vita, contact information for up to three recommendation letter writers, sample manuscripts and other materials preferably no later than July 7. Any questions concerning this position can be send to prof. Dennis Fok (dfok@ese.eur.nl). Applicants can expect to hear of us soon, as any campus visits will likely be scheduled in September.
Erasmus School of Economics ESE
Erasmus School of Economics ESE Department: Econometric Institute
Institution: Erasmus University Rotterdam
Assistant Professor
Ad from 2017-06-10
to 2017-07-31
Econometrics, Marketing, Statistics
New Zealand Work Research Institute - Research Fellow [New Zealand]
New Zealand Work Research Institute - Research Fellow [New Zealand] New Zealand Work Research Institute
Faculty of Business, Economics and Law


Research Fellow
Full Time
Fixed Term (Two Years)


The New Zealand Work Research Institute contributes to high-quality research (at both the national and international level) regarding people and work, with respect to labour market dynamics; employment relations; wellbeing and performance; diversity in the workplace; health and work; and the role of technology. Our research groups engage over 70 research experts to provide research that ticks the boxes for both academic rigour, as well as being relevant to policy makers in business, government, and the community in general.

We place emphasis on a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach and rank engagement with external stakeholders as a high priority. The institute also provides commissioned work for a range of external clients, with recent examples including work for the United Nations Women, Productivity Commission, Ministry for Women, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, and the Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit. Further information on the institute can be found through our website at: www.workresearch.aut.ac.nz.

We currently have a large number of empirical research projects underway and requests for several others. These are primarily using the Integrated Data Infrastructure – which houses population wide administrative data from a long list of government agencies and Statistics NZ surveys. We are seeking to appoint a two-year research fellow. It would suit a recent or near completion PhD or an established public sector data analyst who is interested in a two year secondment to academia.

The key fields of interest are public economics; health, education and welfare; and labour and demographic economics.

The candidate must have:

• Strong empirical skills and experience using large linked administrative datasets
• Interest in labour/health/education related topics
• Highly competent using Stata, along with coding experience with database management systems such as SQL.

The successful candidate will be expected to work within a multidisciplinary group to publish high-quality research in labour, health and education economics and related fields. You will be working closely with the Director of the Institute, Professor Gail Pacheco (who received the University award for Research Excellence in 2016). Active participation in workshops and conferences is expected, as is the building of international research connections.

Professor Pacheco will be attending the Western Economic Association International (WEIA) conference in San Diego, California from 25-29 June. If you are already planning to be at the same conference and would like to discuss this job opportunity with her in person, please contact her via email gail.pacheco@aut.ac.nz to make a time to meet.

According to World University Rankings, AUT is ranked among the fastest growing young universities, with nearly 29,000 students. AUT is also located in central Auckland, which is rated as one of the most liveable cities in the world (more information on both Auckland and New Zealand).

To apply, please visit our careers site careers.aut.ac.nz and follow the links to submit your application, which should include a cover letter, CV, job-market paper and three reference letters. For more information about this position you can contact the AUT Human Resources Department on +64 9 921 9995 or hrenq@aut.ac.nz. Please do not apply via email as your application will not be registered.


Ref: 52468
Closing Date: 31 July 2017
AUTEconomics
AUTEconomics Department: Economics Department, Faculty of Business and Law
Institution: Auckland University of Technology
Post-Doc
Ad from 2017-06-21
to 2017-07-31
Business Economics, Econometrics, Health; Education; Welfare, Labor; Demographic Econ , Microeconomics, Public Economics, Statistics
Research Assistant (Urbanisation) [UK]
Research Assistant (Urbanisation) [UK] Research Assistant
Fixed term contract for 12 months (Extension subject to availability of external funding)

LSE & Oxford University Urbanisation in Developing Economies Programme
Department of Economics, University of Oxford (Manor Road Building)

Salary is Grade 6 from £27,629 and £32,958 p.a. according to qualifications and experience.
For exceptional candidates, there may be the possibility to increase this up to a maximum of £36,001


A major joint research programme on urbanisation in developing economies, with particular reference to Africa, has been launched at LSE’s Spatial Economics Research Centre and Oxford’s Department of Economics, with support from the World Bank. Profs. Vernon Henderson (LSE) Paul Collier and Tony Venables (Oxford) are recruiting a Research Assistant. This will involve conceptual and econometric work on the overall urbanization process in developing countries and on the internal development of cities, in particular large African cities. There will be intensive use of satellite data (to classify land use), night lights data, demographic census data, DHS data, survey data, mapping and planning data. The programme offers outstanding opportunities to contribute to cutting edge research in the field, based in two of Europe’s leading social science research and training institutions.

You will assist the Directors in examining the patterns of urban growth within developing countries and within cities in different African countries, through the collection, collation and analysis of demographic, economic, infrastructure mapping and satellite data. You should have: either a first or upper second class undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in Economics or Spatial Economics AND experience as a research assistant for economics research; OR a Masters in Economics, Spatial Economics or related degree with an Economics track (e.g., Public Policy) with evidence that all requirements are completed by 31 August 2017.

Knowledge and experience of statistical methods and packages such as STATA, experience in handling and merging of extremely large data sets, and training in and knowledge of GIS are required. Experience with spatial programming tools like Python (and R) is highly desirable. You will prepare reports comprising descriptive statistics and tables and econometric results with explanatory text. Opportunities will be made for those with initiative and creativity to co-author papers.

The other criteria that will be used when shortlisting for this post can be found in the further particulars on the Oxford applications page.

Application link: https://www.recruit.ox.ac.uk/pls/hrisliverecruit/erq_jobspec_details_form.jobspec?p_id=129731


Applications must be received by noon Monday 31st July (12:00 UK time). Interviews will be held in Oxford in August 2017 on a date to be confirmed.

Send any enquiries about the position to: personnel@economics.ox.ac.uk quoting reference 129731. This is a joint LSE/Oxford research programme, the role will be based in the Department of Economics at the University of Oxford.

The recruitment and selection process will be handled by Oxford.

*University of Oxford-Committed to equality and valuing diversity*

Oxford
Oxford Department: Economics
Institution: University of Oxford
Other Academic
Ad from 2017-07-03
to 2017-07-31
Urban; Rural; Regional Econ
Professor of Public Policy and Economics, Tenured [USA]
Professor of Public Policy and Economics, Tenured [USA] Professor of Public Policy and Economics, Tenured

Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
Wagner Graduate School of Public Service


New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development and Wagner Graduate School of Public Service invites applications for a Professor in Public Policy and Economics to begin in September 2017 or 2018. The new faculty member will be appointed in the Steinhardt Department of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Wagner School.

NYU Steinhardt has one-of-a-kind integration of education, communication, health, and the arts, with eleven departments, seventeen research centers and institutes, 292 full­time faculty, and close to 6,000 students. Its Department of Applied Statistics, Social Science, and Humanities offers graduate and undergraduate programs in fields such as Applied Statistics, Education and Social Policy, Education Studies, Sociology of Education, and International Education. NYU Wagner faculty and students conduct research that changes the way people frame, understand, analyze, and act on important public issues. It offers master’s degrees in Public Administration, Public Policy, and Urban Planning, and a PhD in Public Administration. NYU is committed to substantially increasing the proportion of our faculty from historically underrepresented groups as we strive to create the most intellectually diverse, inclusive, and equitable institution that we can.

Position Description: We are seeking a highly successful senior scholar who, along with existing faculty, will strengthen our research and teaching in applied microeconomics. The candidate will help to maintain the strong link between Steinhardt and Wagner faculty and students, and may assume directorship of the Institute for Education and Social Policy (IESP). Interest area and field of specialization is open, although we are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in the economics of education, education policy, labor economics, public finance, and/or behavioral economics.

Qualifications: Candidates must have an earned doctorate in economics or public policy, an extensive publication record in peer-reviewed outlets, a nationally recognized research program, and a record of success developing externally-funded research grants. The successful candidate should have strong communication skills as a classroom educator, a commitment to both undergraduate and graduate teaching, and a demonstrated record of teaching excellence.

NYU's dynamic Global Network University includes NYU Abu Dhabi, NYU Shanghai, and international programs and academic centers around the world. NYU Steinhardt and Wagner faculty may have the opportunity to engage in research and teaching at these global study and research sites.

Applications: Candidates should apply by submitting their CV, cover letter, and three samples of scholarly writing to the link below. Letters of recommendation will be solicited at a later date.

https://apply.interfolio.com/39392

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. For more information please contact Professor Sean Corcoran, search committee chair, at sean.corcoran@nyu.edu.

NYU is an EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity Employer.

NYU Steinhardt
NYU Steinhardt Department: Faculty Affairs
Institution: NYU Steinhardt
Full Professor
Ad from 2016-02-03
to 2017-07-31
Behavioral Economics, Health; Education; Welfare, Labor; Demographic Econ , Microeconomics, Public Economics
Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track) [Canada]
Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track) [Canada] Applications are invited for a full-time tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor (or junior Associate Professor level in exceptional circumstances), commencing July 1, 2017, in the Department of Economics at McMaster University. The Department seeks candidates whose research is in macroeconomics but is prepared to consider exceptional candidates in another field of economics.

The Department of Economics is a research-intensive academic unit. The appointee will be expected to conduct an independent research program yielding significant peer-reviewed publications, to attract external peer-reviewed research funding, to teach undergraduate and graduate students, and to supervise doctoral students.

Applications should include an application letter, a curriculum vitae, research papers (including a job market paper), a short research summary, evidence of teaching effectiveness (if available), and three confidential letters of reference. Applications will only be accepted on-line at EconJobMarket, www.econjobmarket.org.

The Department will begin reviewing applications February 7, 2017 and the position will remain open until it is filled.
To comply with the Government of Canada's reporting requirements, the University is obliged to gather information about applicants' status as either Permanent Residents of Canada or Canadian citizens. Applicants need not identify their country of origin or current citizenship. However, all applications must include a cover letter that includes one of the following statements: “I am a citizen or permanent resident of Canada”; or “I am not a citizen or permanent resident of Canada.” The cover letter must also specify that the application is for the position posted February, 2017.

McMaster University is strongly committed to employment equity within its community and to recruiting a diverse faculty and staff. The University encourages applications from all qualified candidates including women, persons with disabilities, First Nations, Métis and Inuit persons, members of racialized communities and LGBTQ-identified persons. If you require any form of accommodation throughout the recruitment and selection procedure, please contact the Human Resources Service Centre at 905-525-9140 ext. 222-HR (22247).
McMaster Economics
McMaster Economics Department: Department of Economics
Institution: McMaster University
Assistant Professor
Ad from 2017-02-13
to 2017-07-30
Macroeconomics; Monetary
Economists/Senior Economists (m/f) [Germany]
Economists/Senior Economists (m/f) [Germany] As one of the world's largest central banks, the Deutsche Bundesbank works in the public interest. Our business areas are monetary policy, banking supervision, financial stability, cash management and payment systems.

We are looking for
Economists/Senior Economists (m/f)
with and without professional experience

to join our Research Centre at the Central Office in Frankfurt am Main.

The Research Centre is the connecting link between academic expertise and the Bundesbank's policy work. To this end, its employees conduct research on a variety of topics with particular emphasis on the fields of monetary policy, financial stability and banking supervision and regulation. You can find more information on the Research Centre at www.bundesbank.de/research.

What the job entails
Economists are expected to conduct high-quality research that will be published in top-level international scientific journals and will also contribute to policy design within the Bundesbank. Through their research and participation in conferences, economists will represent the Bundesbank publicly and promote an exchange of ideas with academics and external policy makers.

What we have to offer
We offer attractive employment conditions and opportunities to conduct high-quality research. We also promote targeted training and a healthy work-life balance through a variety of measures.

What we are looking for
• Accredited Master's degree or equivalent qualification with above-average results
• PhD or PhD nearing completion in Economics, Finance or Econometrics
• Publications in high-ranking scientific journals
• Research priorities: preference will be given to candidates working in the areas of empirical banking, asset pricing and financial stability; however, excellent candidates working in other areas of economics are also encouraged to apply
• Ability to work both independently and as part of an international team
• Solid proficiency of the English language; working knowledge of German would be an advantage

We would like to increase the proportion of female staff at the Bundesbank and would therefore welcome applications from women with the appropriate qualifications. Part-time work is generally possible. Where candidates are equally qualified for the position, preference will be given to disabled applicants.

If you have any questions, please contact researchrecruiting@bundesbank.de.

For more information, visit our website at http://www.bundesbank.de/Navigation/EN/Bundesbank/Career/career.html.
Please email all supporting documents (cover letter, CV, references, one academic paper and at least two letters of recommendation) by July 30, 2017 to researchrecruiting@bundesbank.de, quoting the reference number 2017_0473_02_econometricsociety.
Deutsche Bundesbank
Deutsche Bundesbank Department: Personalmarketing
Institution: Deutsche Bundesbank
Other Non-Academic
Ad from 2017-06-16
to 2017-07-30
Econometrics, Experimental Economics, Finance, Law and Economics, Macroeconomics; Monetary
Research Assistant (m/f) in the area of theoretical and quantitative macroeconom [Germany]
Research Assistant (m/f) in the area of theoretical and quantitative macroeconom [Germany] The Bundesbank is one of the biggest central banks in the world and works in the public interest. Our business areas include monetary policy, banking supervision, financial stability, cash management and payment systems.

We are looking to recruit a part-time (50%)

Research Assistant (m/f)
in the area of theoretical and quantitative macroeconomics

for the Higher Service, initially on a two-year contract, to work in the Research Centre at our Central Office in Frankfurt am Main.

What the job entails
You will support the academic work of your Research Centre colleagues in the area of theoretical and quantitative macroeconomics, in particular by maintaining, applying and expanding the Bundesbank DSGE model.

Working in an international team, you will contribute to the Deutsche Bundesbank's decision-making process by providing insights into fundamental issues based on academic research. In your work, you will have access to excellent IT and data resources and interact with leading international academics.

What we have to offer
Alongside a unique set of tasks, we offer attractive employment conditions. We can also support you in the completion of your PhD in a variety of ways.

What we need from you
- Accredited Master's degree or equivalent qualification with above-average results in the fields of economics, mathematics or statistics, or working towards a PhD in Economics
- Working towards a specialisation in theoretical and quantitative macroeconomics, in particular general equilibrium modelling
- Firm grounding in mathematical/statistical applications such as Matlab, R, Ox, Gauss and Stata
- Proficiency in advanced programming languages such as Fortran, S, CUDA or similar would be an advantage
- Good knowledge of data services such as Bloomberg, Datastream or Haver would be an advantage
- Sound command of written and spoken English

We would like to increase the proportion of female staff at the Bundesbank and would therefore welcome applications from women with the appropriate qualifications. Where candidates are equally qualified for the position, preference will be given to applicants with a disability.

If you have any questions, please contact Malte Knüppel (+49 69 9566 2324) or Guido Schultefrankenfeld (+49 69 9566 8727) from the Research Centre or human resources manager Caren-Berit Rödiger (+49 69 9566 8433).

For more information, visit our website at http://www.bundesbank.de/Navigation/EN/Bundesbank/Career/career.html. We look forward to receiving your online application including cover letter, CV, study certificates including grades or your current academic transcript, and other supporting documentation, by 30 July 2017 quoting the reference number 2017_0474_02_econometricsociety.
Deutsche Bundesbank
Deutsche Bundesbank Department: Personalmarketing
Institution: Deutsche Bundesbank
Other Non-Academic
Ad from 2017-06-20
to 2017-07-30
Business Economics, Finance, Macroeconomics; Monetary
Research Assistant (m/f) in the area of empirical microeconomics [Germany]
Research Assistant (m/f) in the area of empirical microeconomics [Germany] The Bundesbank is one of the biggest central banks in the world and works in the public interest. Our business areas include monetary policy, banking supervision, financial stability, cash management and payment systems.

We are looking to recruit a part-time (50%)

Research Assistant (m/f)
in the area of empirical microeconomics

for the Higher Service, initially on a two-year contract, to work in the Research Centre at our Central Office in Frankfurt am Main.

What the job entails
You will support the academic work of your Research Centre colleagues in the area of empirical microeconomics. This includes, in particular, maintaining and analysing the Panel on Household Finances (PHF) dataset (www.bundesbank.de/phf-research).

Working in an international team, you will contribute to the Deutsche Bundesbank's decision-making process by providing insights into fundamental issues based on academic research. In your work, you will have access to excellent IT and data resources and interact with leading international academics.

What we have to offer
Alongside a unique set of tasks, we offer attractive employment conditions. We can also support you in the completion of your PhD in a variety of ways.

What we need from you
- Accredited Master's degree or equivalent qualification with above-average results in the fields of economics, mathematics or statistics, or working towards a PhD in Economics
- Working towards a specialisation in microeconomics, microeconometrics or household finance
- Experience with large micro datasets would be an advantage
- Sound knowledge of empirical methods
- Firm grounding in mathematical/statistical applications such as Stata, R or Matlab
- Proficiency in advanced programming languages such as Fortran, S, CUDA or similar would be an advantage
- Proficiency in advanced programming languages such as SAS or similar would be an advantage
- Sound command of written and spoken English

We would like to increase the proportion of female staff at the Bundesbank and would therefore welcome applications from women with the appropriate qualifications. Where candidates are equally qualified for the position, preference will be given to applicants with a disability.

If you have any questions, please contact Malte Knüppel (+49 69 9566 2324) or Guido Schultefrankenfeld (+49 69 9566 8727) from the Research Centre or human resources manager Caren-Berit Rödiger (+49 69 9566 8433).

For more information, visit our website at http://www.bundesbank.de/Navigation/EN/Bundesbank/Career/career.html. We look forward to receiving your online application including cover letter, CV, study certificates including grades or your current academic transcript, and other supporting documentation, by 30 July 2017 quoting the reference number 2017_0475_02_econometricsociety.
Deutsche Bundesbank
Deutsche Bundesbank Department: Personalmarketing
Institution: Deutsche Bundesbank
Other Non-Academic
Ad from 2017-06-20
to 2017-07-30
Business Economics, Finance, Microeconomics, Statistics
Accounting Instructor (One-Year Temporary) [USA]
Accounting Instructor (One-Year Temporary) [USA] The Department of Accounting, Law, and Finance at Saginaw Valley State University invites applications for a one-year, temporary accounting appointment at the rank of instructor to start the fall 2017 semester. Primary teaching responsibilities would be undergraduate accounting courses. The teaching load would likely be three courses and one or two preps each semester. For a complete list of requirements, further information, and to apply for this position, please visit www.jobs.svsu.edu. Applicants must apply on-line. SVSU is an EO/AA employer.



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SAGINAW VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY
SAGINAW VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY Department: SAGINAW VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY
Institution: SAGINAW VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY
Temporary Lecturer
Ad from 2017-06-28
to 2017-07-28
Accounting
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