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Call for Application: PhD or Postdoctoral fellowship in Monetary Economics and M [Belgium]
Call for Application: PhD or Postdoctoral fellowship in Monetary Economics and M [Belgium] CORE is offering a PhD or postdoctoral fellowship, to start between September 1, 2018 and September 1, 2019, in the areas of Monetary Economics and Macroeconomics. The successful candidate will be located at CORE and be part of a team of researchers working in Monetary and Macroeconomics, Mathematical Finance and Behavioral Finance. The principal investigator under the direction of which the candidate will work is Julio Dávila.

The successful candidate will be expected to develop her/his own theoretical, empirical or experimental research focusing on the analysis of monetary policy in a context of negative or very low interest rates. For a PhD applicant, full-time dedication to writing a PhD dissertation on the topic, as well as following doctoral courses and attending seminars is expected. For a Postdoc applicant, the usual requirements of contributing to the CORE Discussion Papers series and to seminars at CORE, and of publishing research in the best international peer-reviewed journals apply.

Applicants will be evaluated on the basis of their academic achievements and prospects.

Postdoc applicants have to fulfil the "mobility” requirement of not having resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in Belgium for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the start of the fellowship.

A PhD position is offered initially for from 24 to 36 months, with additional possibilities of funding available as a teaching assistant. A postdoc position is offered for 24 months. There are no teaching duties attached to it.

Additional information
The net monthly allowance for a PhD candidate is around €2000/month. (For a postdoc, it is around €2500/month). Benefits include health insurance. Note that the CORE Secretariat will help you find accommodation.

How to apply
While duly filling in the application form, applicants will be requested to upload the following documents, as soon as possible, applications will be reviewed until the position is filled:

CV (incl. degrees, current position, research interests, names of 3 referees)
Cover letter
Description of Master thesis or similar for PhD applicants / PhD dissertation and research output for postdoc applicants
Dissertation project for PhD applicants / research project for postdoc applicants
Description of envisioned future career path
Applicants are responsible for asking their reference persons to send their letters to in due time (max. within a month after the application has been received).

An independent evaluation of the proposals will be conveyed. Applicants will receive notification of the result of the evaluation in the following months.

UCL-CORE Department: Center for Operations Research and Econometrics
Institution: Université catholique de Louvain
Other Academic
Ad from 2018-06-21
to 2019-05-31
Assistant Professor Positions in Management, Marketing, Finance, and Accounting [Spain]
Assistant Professor Positions in Management, Marketing, Finance, and Accounting [Spain]

The Department of Business Administration at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid invites applications for full-time tenure track positions in Management (especially in the areas of Organization Theory, Organizational Behavior, Operations Management, and Entrepreneurship & Innovation), Marketing, Finance, and Accounting.

We seek highly qualified candidates who are committed to a career in research and teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Applicants should hold a Ph.D. or have completed the requirements for such a degree by the date of employment. Knowledge of Spanish is not required. The appointment is expected to begin in September 2019.

Interested candidates should apply electronically at:

Applications should include:
1) a cover letter specifying the selected area of interest;
2) a CV;
3) a job market paper (identified as such) and up to two additional papers;
4) two or more letters of recommendation.

You can also submit additional materials through the econjobmarket platform.

If you have any inquiries regarding the position, please send an email to:

The application periods are:
- Marketing: June 9, 2018-July 8, 2018.
- Management: September 1, 2018-November 1, 2018. To be interviewed at the Academy of Management Conference, please submit your CV and a letter of interest no later than July 12.
- Finance: September 5, 2018-November 25, 2018.
- Accounting: September 5, 2018-December 31, 2018.

Please visit the job openings page ( for more information about the positions and the application deadlines. You can find more information about the department in our website (

University Carlos III of Madrid
University Carlos III of Madrid Department: Business Department
Institution: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Assistant Professor
Ad from 2018-06-13
to 2019-03-01
Assistant Professor, Agricultural and applied economics [Canada]
Assistant Professor, Agricultural and applied economics [Canada] Applications are invited for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Saskatchewan, with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2019 or soon thereafter.

A completed Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics or Economics with demonstrated expertise in agricultural and applied economics or regional economics is required for this position. The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge of microeconomic theory and quantitative methods with an ability to contribute to the undergraduate agribusiness program and the new Joint Ph.D. program in Applied Economics . Evidence of the potential to become a high quality post-secondary teacher-scholar and to operate as a team player in a collegial environment is also required.

The candidate will be expected to establish a successful and well-funded program of research. The appointee will typically deliver three courses per year at the undergraduate and/or graduate levels. Specific teaching duties will be assigned according to the qualifications and experience of the successful applicant and needs of the program. The incumbent will provide leadership and mentorship to graduate and undergraduate students, and engage with relevant stakeholders to identify issues, obtain research funds, and effectively communicate research results.

The University of Saskatchewan recently approved a new joint Ph.D. program in Applied Economics, hosted jointly by the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Department of Economics, Edwards School of Business and the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. The successful applicant will actively participate in this program through course delivery and graduate student supervision and will hold a primary appointment (70%) with the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and a secondary appointment (30%) in the Department of Economics.

The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics offers both a Ph.D. and M.Sc. in agricultural economics, as well as undergraduate programs in agribusiness, agricultural economics, and renewable resource management. With internationally recognized faculty, the department has a strong history of research excellence in agricultural economics, policy and agribusiness management.

The department is situated within the College of Agriculture and Bioresources, an international leader in applied research and scholarship with expertise in, and integrated across, four primary themes: Food, Feed and Bioproducts; Environment and Ecology; Business and Applied Economics; Plants and Animals. The college has a century-long reputation for teaching, research, and outreach and has been a consistent strength for the university. The college has played a pivotal role in the development of the agriculture and food industries in Saskatchewan, and continues to build on a legacy of public engagement and cooperative partnerships. Our faculty is committed to providing an exceptional learning experience and preparing graduates for leadership in the bio-economy.

Salary bands for this position are as follows: Assistant Professor: $93,293 to $112,109; Associate Professor: $112,109 to $130,925; and Professor $130,925 to $152,877. This position includes a comprehensive benefits package which includes a dental, health and extended vision care plan; pension plan, life insurance (compulsory and voluntary), academic long term disability, sick leave, travel insurance, death benefits, an employee assistance program, a professional expense allowance, and a flexible health and wellness spending program.


Review of applications will begin September 1, 2018 however, applications will be accepted and evaluated until the position is filled. A letter of application, CV (including list of publications, teaching experience), a job market paper, academic transcripts and letters from three external referees should be submitted electronically through Econ Job Market, available at

The University is committed to employment equity. Members of Designated Groups (women, aboriginal people, people with disabilities and visible minorities) are encouraged to self-identify on their applications.
Enquiries about the position should be directed to: Dr Ken Belcher, Professor and Department Head, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
Agriculture & Resource Economics
Agriculture & Resource Economics Department: Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics
Institution: University of Saskatchewan
Assistant Professor
Ad from 2018-07-04
to 2018-12-31
China Job Market for Economists [China]
China Job Market for Economists [China] The China Job Market for Economists is jointly organized by 20 hiring institutions from China. One benefit of the market is to speed up the recruiting process that is often delayed by the winter vacation/Spring Festival. The market also offers job candidates interview and campus visit opportunities prior to the US job market, and it can greatly reduce the intensity of their interview schedule at the AEA meeting.

The first China market will be held in Beijing on Dec 18 to 20, 2017. Tsinghua will host the first event in Holiday Inn close to Tsinghua ( All participating institutions will interview job candidates there.

More information about the conference, please visit

Participating Institutions:

Business School, Beijing Normal University
School of Economics, Central University of Finance and Economics
Institute for Advanced Economic Research, Dongbei University of Finance&Economics
Faculty of Economics and Management, East China Normal University
School of Economics, Fudan University
School of Economics, Jilin University
Institute for Social and Economic Research, Nanjing Audit University
Business School, Nanjing University
School of Economics, Nankai University
Guanghua School of Management, Peking University
School of Economics, Renmin University of China
School of Finance, Renmin University of China
Antai College of Economics & Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
School of Economics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Research Institute of Economics and Management, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Department of Economics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University
School of Social Sciences-Institute of Economics, Tsinghua University
School of International Trade and Economics, University of International Business and Economics
School of Economics, Zhejiang University
China Job Market for Economists
China Job Market for Economists Department: China Job Market for Economists
Institution: China Job Market for Economists
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
Ad from 2017-11-27
to 2018-12-26
Faculty Position in Economics & Finance [India]
Faculty Position in Economics & Finance [India] Bennett University is a new university located on the out skirts of New Delhi, India. The University is established by the Times Group, a 175 year old business group based in India. The university aims to become a center of academic excellence comparable to the best in the world, helping define aspirations and possibilities for the long term.

Applications are invited at the Department of Economics & Finance, School of Management (SOM) at Bennett University for full-time, faculty positions at all ranks in all fields of Economics and Finance, candidates specializing in Macroeconomics, Asset Pricing, Econometrics are particularly welcome.

Job Qualification: Applicants should have a PhD or anticipate PhD completion by May 2018. Applicants should be able to demonstrate a strong research and teaching potential. The school offers favorable conditions regarding research facilities, data access, time devoted to research, travel support, etc. The university offers an attractive remuneration package and relocation allowance.

Applicants should indicate their interest in the position by uploading a cover letter, curriculum vitae, job market paper, teaching evaluation, research paper and at least three letters of recommendation at

Bennett University is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to improving diversity in its faculty.
Further information: Please address queries to Dean School of Management, Professor Trichy Krishnan (
SOM Department: Department of Economics and Finance
Institution: Bennett University
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
Ad from 2017-11-09
to 2018-12-09
Clinical Prof of Food and Agribusiness Management [USA]
Clinical Prof of Food and Agribusiness Management [USA]

Principal Duties: Executive Education Program Development, Applied Research, and Engagement in Food and Agribusiness Management

The Center for Food and Agricultural Business seeks a dedicated faculty leader to direct the design, development, and delivery of food and agribusiness management programs. The successful candidate will teach executive education courses. A focus on marketing, sales, talent management, and/or operations management would complement the Center’s existing executive education programs. This person would conduct applied research relevant to Center clients and contribute to the scholarship of engagement. This position’s activities will take place on and off campus both domestically and internationally, requiring travel about 10% of the time.

Faculty leadership within the Center requires intense involvement with internal and external stakeholders, as well as delivery in executive education classrooms at a world-class level. The successful candidate will represent food and agribusiness management disciplines on collaborative teams that draw from a diverse set of subject matter experts. Collaborators include faculty in agricultural economics and other departments in the College of Agriculture. Additional collaborators include faculty at other US and international universities and professionals from a diverse set of agribusiness fields around the world. Duties also include developing creative works and leading applied research projects to support educational programs.

Qualifications: It is preferred that the candidate have a PhD in a business or agribusiness related field, but applications from candidates with a Master’s degree in a business or agribusiness related field and strong experience in the agriculture industry will be accepted. Candidates must have demonstrated expertise in firm level marketing and/or sales issues including market research, market segmentation, brand marketing, key account management, and sales management. Candidates must have proven communication and teaching ability with professional audiences. Desirable characteristics include experience developing educational programs for adult learners, experience in higher education, and experience in developing collaborative solutions with industry. The successful candidate will have competencies in working collaboratively, communicating orally in education settings as well as with colleagues, and writing for executive and academic audiences.
It is strongly preferred that the candidate be able to begin in the role on January 1, 2019 or sooner.

Application Procedure: The Department and College are committed to advancing diversity in all areas of faculty effort, including scholarship, instruction, and engagement.

Your application must include: 2) Job market paper or other writing sample. 3) Curriculum vitae. 4) Graduate transcripts. 5) Contact information for three references including mailing address and email.
Please name your .pdf application files: LastName.CV, LastName.Coverletter, etc.
Send applications to here:
To read the full position description and information about the Center and College, please go to our job opportunities page:
Purdue University is an EOE/AA employer.

Purdue - Agricultural Economics
Purdue - Agricultural Economics Department: Department of Agricultural Economics
Institution: Purdue University
Assistant or Associate Professor
Ad from 2018-06-21
to 2018-11-01
Postdoctoral Researcher in Environmental Economics and Political Economy [Germany]
Postdoctoral Researcher in Environmental Economics and Political Economy [Germany] The Department of Economics at the University of Mannheim invites applications for a postdoctoral position in environmental economics and political economy.

The position is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) through the Collaborative Research Center 884 - “Political Economy of Reforms”. The position can be filled as early as September 1, 2018 and ends on December 31, 2021.

The position is particularly interesting for someone who is striving for a career in academia and looking for a position that combines a stimulating research environment with an opportunity to teach a light class load.

You will contribute to the agenda of the research group ( and pursue own research in environmental economics and political economy. You must have obtained a PhD when taking up the position or be near its completion. You must have a proven track record of compiling and analyzing large datasets using state-of-the art empirical methods in the field of environmental economics and/or empirical political economy.

The Department of Economics has strong international ties, a widely recognized graduate school, and has been awarded special support as a Center of Excellence by the German government. The Collaborative Research Center 884 is an interdisciplinary institute with more than 60 international researchers from economics, political science, sociology, and computer science. Salaries are competitive at European level. Parents can benefit from an attractive family support program.

Applications should include a resume, contact details of three references and at least one recent research paper. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. The search continues until the position is filled.

For further information please contact Prof. Ulrich Wagner, PhD by email:

Applicants are requested to send their application package via email to Ms. Sonja Collet:
CRC/SFB 884-University Mannheim
CRC/SFB 884-University Mannheim Department: Collaborative Research Center 884
Institution: University of Mannheim
Ad from 2018-06-22
to 2018-10-22
Monash Economics Department - Open Rank [Australia]
Monash Economics Department - Open Rank [Australia] The Department of Economics at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from scholars of international distinction in any field of Economics for appointment at any level: Lecturer / Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor), Associate Professor, or Professor. Compensation packages will be internationally competitive.

Successful candidates will be expected to contribute significantly to supporting all objectives of the Department including excellence in research, supervision and teaching, and actively participating in the Department’s governance. Applicants for senior positions should have a proven track record of attracting external research funding. Applicants must be able to demonstrate an active ongoing research agenda. Applicants should be able to demonstrate an outstanding record, appropriate to appointment level, of consistently publishing in leading international journals, especially those listed as A* in the ABDC journal rankings

The Economics group at Monash is placed in the top 50 in the world, according to a range of widely recognized rankings and metrics (ARWU: 43, QS: 45, Tilburg: 40, RePEc: 42). In support of its excellence in research objectives, the Department is able to offer low teaching loads and generous travel and research funding.

Monash University is located in metropolitan Melbourne, a vibrant multi-cultural city of 4.5 million people. For the last seven years, 2011 – 2017, Melbourne has been rated by the Economist as the world’s most liveable city.

Review of EOI's for this role will commence immediately and will continue on a rolling basis until the positions are filled. To submit your EOI, please submit a curriculum vita in PDF. Letters of recommendation may be submitted through EconJobMarket, though they are not required at this stage.

Enquiries only: Professor Michael Ward, Head of Department, email
Department of Economics
Department of Economics Department: Department of Economics
Institution: Monash University
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
Ad from 2018-05-09
to 2018-09-30
Test only (do not apply)

Just a test.

Toronto Economics
Toronto Economics Department: Economics
Institution: University of Toronto
Ad from 2018-07-16
to 2018-09-23
Research Professors (Open Rank) in Health Policy [USA]
Research Professors (Open Rank) in Health Policy [USA] Research Professors (Open Rank) in Health Policy
Department of Health Policy and Management
Sol Price School of Public Policy

The Sol Price School of Public Policy is seeking applicants for the position of research professor to advance its mission in conjunction with the Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics. We are seeking candidates for multiple positions and at all ranks (Assistant, Associate or Full Professor).

Position Description

The Price School seeks researchers with broad interests in health policy to help advance the mission of the Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics; namely to measurably improve value in health through evidence-based policy solutions, research and educational excellence, and private and public sector engagement. Funding for this position will come primarily from contracts, grants, and gifts. The candidate will have an appointment as a Research Professor within the Sol Price School of Public Policy.


Prospective candidates should have a demonstrated capacity to conduct high-quality research of exceptional policy salience in line with the mission of the Center. Areas of interest to the Center include promoting value in health care spending; understanding how public policy affects medical innovation; improving insurance design; encouraging cost-effective care; and identifying the broader macroeconomic consequences of health care trends. The successful candidate can contribute either through exceptional quantitative skills or an ability to conduct policy research and translate the findings for both academic and policy audiences. Expertise in policy evaluation or simulation is preferred. A PhD in a relevant discipline—including, but not limited to, public policy, economics, health policy, or operations research—is required.

About the Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics: The Schaeffer Center was established in 2009 to serve as an intellectual hub for health policy research at USC. The result of a unique partnership between the School of Pharmacy and the Sol Price School of Public Policy, the Schaeffer Center takes an interdisciplinary approach to advance health policy and health economics. The Center supports 54 faculty affiliated with 9 schools at USC. Additionally, 41 staff provide support for research, administrative, and external affairs activities. An innovative data core provides sophisticated data and analytic support – including research programmers, a statistician, system administrator, and a data scientist—and maintains data from more than 60 sources—including Medicare and Medicaid administrative data, private insurance claims, survey data, and electronic health record network data feeds with dozens of terabytes describing millions of individuals. Two analytic computing clusters accommodate complex data analyses in a HIPAA-compliant environment with security event monitoring 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Data Core also develops adaptable policy tools, including models as part of an NIA-sponsored Roybal Center for Health Policy Simulation. An external affairs team supports a sophisticated dissemination strategy to ensure Schaeffer Center research informs health policy. In addition to assisting in the publication of policy-relevant, peer-reviewed journals, the team produces e-newsletters, issue briefs, opinion pieces, and creative data visualizations and graphics. Through an established partnership with the Brookings Institution, the Center regularly convenes health policy conferences and publishes policy briefs on salient policy issues. Robust outreach in social and traditional media help support the Center’s mission and establish faculty as thought leaders. Finally, the Schaeffer Center supports interdisciplinary training opportunities for students and scholars at all levels—ranging from high school all the way to junior faculty. For additional information, see our website:

About the Sol Price School of Public Policy: The mission of the Sol Price School of Public Policy is to improve the quality of life for people and their communities, here and abroad. We achieve this mission through education and research that promote innovative solutions to the most critical issues facing society, with a particular focus on governance, urban development, and social policy. The Price School offers Ph.D. programs in Public Policy and Management and Urban Planning; masters’ degrees in Public Administration, Public Policy, Urban Planning, Health Administration, and Real Estate Development; executive masters’ degrees; and an interdisciplinary undergraduate degree. USC is one of the nation’s premiere research universities, and the Price School is a major contributor to the university’s reputation. The school supports an array of thematic research centers with $41 million in active sponsored research, ranking third overall in funded research at USC on a per faculty basis. Much of the school’s research is conducted through its centers, institutes, and research groups. Among them are the Bedrosian Center on Governance and the Public Enterprise, Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy, Price Center for Social Innovation, Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy, Center for Economic Development, Center for Sustainable Cities, National Center for Metropolitan Transportation Research, Lusk Center for Real Estate, Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics, and the Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE), the country’s first Homeland Security Center of Excellence. For additional information, see our website:

About the Department of Health Policy and Management: The Sol Price School’s Department of Health Policy and Management has principal responsibility for two degree programs: a traditional Master in Health Administration (MHA), and a blended, online Executive Master in Health Administration (EMHA) each with a total enrollment of approximately 150 students. The Department currently has 10 full-time tenured and tenure track faculty, three teaching faculty, and more than 30 adjunct faculty. US News & World Report recently ranked USC 3rd in the United States in health policy and management.

Compensation and Benefits: The University of Southern California offers a competitive salary within an academic environment based on the candidate’s experience and accomplishments. The university also offers excellent benefits to employees, which include: health, dental and life insurance; tuition assistance; disability and retirement plans; credit union membership; and participation in cultural and social events, as well as access to athletic and recreational facilities.

Position is 100% FTE on a 2-year (renewable) fixed term.
An Equal Opportunity Employer:
USC is an equal-opportunity educators and employer, proudly pluralistic and firmly committed to providing equal opportunity for outstanding persons of every race, gender, creed and background. The University particularly encourages women, members of underrepresented groups, veterans and individuals with disabilities to apply. USC will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities unless doing so would result in undue hardship.

To Apply for This Position: Applicants should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and list of three references. Please apply online at

Consideration of applications and nominations will continue until the position is filled.

Price School of Public Polic
Price School of Public Polic Department: Health Policy & Management
Institution: USC Price School of Public Policy
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
Ad from 2018-07-09
to 2018-08-30
Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer/ Associate Professor in Economics [New Zealand]
Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer/ Associate Professor in Economics [New Zealand] Department of Economics and Finance

College of Business and Law
•Full-time (1.0 FTE)
•Continuing (i.e. permanent) position

The Department of Economics and Finance invites applications for a continuing/tenured position at the grade of Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Economics (equivalent to Assistant Professor/Seasoned assistant professor/Associate Professor).

What you will do

The actual position will be dependent on the successful candidate’s qualifications and experience. A strong preference will be given to candidates with teaching and research interests in Applied Macroeconomics and/or Applied Economics (including International Trade). The role involves teaching at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level, undertaking post-graduate research supervision, contributing actively and positively to the research profile of the Department, and contributing to administrative activities.

Who you are

Candidates should have a completed PhD, or be close to obtaining a PhD, in Economics by the post start date. He/she should be able to demonstrate very good written and oral communication skills. Candidates for the Lecturer position should have the potential to publish in high-quality, internationally recognised academic journals. Candidates for senior lecturer and Associate Professor positions should have proven record of publications in such journals. All candidates should have good teaching skills and a commitment to quality teaching delivery; and be able and willing to contribute to College and professional service activities.

Who you will work with

The Department of Economics and Finance is one of four constituent departments of the University of Canterbury’s School of Business and Economics, which is one of New Zealand’s leading business schools (AACSB, AMBA, CAANZ and CFA and PRMIA accredited). The Department has an establishment of 19 full-time Faculty, is research-focused and has a strong international representation among the faculty. The Department and School provide a collegial environment, and academic staff have access to generous internal research funding and sabbatical leave.

For more information about our team, please visit us here

Why UC

The University of Canterbury is committed to promoting a world-class learning environment through research and teaching excellence, and has a vision statement of “People Prepared to Make a Difference”.You will have the opportunity to work alongside members of a diverse academic community and enrich your own professional and personal development.

For information about the range of fantastic benefits that UC offers including flexible work practices, study opportunities and generous superannuation and leave provisions, please visit us:

View the full Position Description.

The closing date for this position is: Sunday, 12 August 2018 (midnight, NZ time).

How you apply

Applications for this position should include a cover letter, resume and any additional attachments combined into one document and submitted through the online application process. Unfortunately we do not accept applications by email, however we are happy to answer your queries in relation to the application process, please forward these to, Recruitment Coordinator.

For further information about this role please contact (Associate Professor Richard Watt, Please apply directly online at

Internal candidates should apply via the Careers option in Employee Self-Service:

The University of Canterbury is an EEO employer and actively seeks to meet its obligation under the Treaty of Waitangi.
University of Canterbury
University of Canterbury Department: Department of Economics and Finance
Institution: University of Canterbury
Associate Professor
Ad from 2018-07-12
to 2018-08-12
Economic position at Marshall University [USA]
Economic position at Marshall University [USA] Joint with the Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) at Marshall University, The Division of Finance and Economics housed in AACSB-accredited Lewis College of Business (LCOB) invites applications for a 12-month tenure-track position at any rank to begin fall 2018.

We seek a candidate whose primary teaching and research interests lie in applied regional economics, applied econometrics, and quantitative methods in research. The position is half teaching and half grant writing and acquisition, research and outreach for CBER. The individual will be responsible for obtaining CBER related work and being the public ‘face” of CBER. Additionally, the individual will direct business and economic research pertinent to West Virginia and surrounding region, support economic development and service efforts, integrate business community through direct involvement in research related to West Virginia, the tri-state and Appalachian Region, provide business and economic development support to private and public-sector constituencies and disseminate information, research findings and data. The individual selected must have strong verbal and written communication skills and be willing to travel and work with the West Virginia Legislature and other governmental bodies.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in economics or closely related field. We attach considerable importance to a team-player and a teacher-scholar committed to excellence in teaching a rich and diverse community of learners. The candidate must have experience or demonstrate the ability to publish in quality journals. Experience in an economic development center is highly desirable.

Review of applications begins February 28 and continues until position is filled. Complete application packages should include a cover letter, vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, teaching evaluations, a research paper either published or presented to show ability of the candidate to do applied research, graduate transcripts and names and addresses of three references.

Short-listed candidates who interview on campus must have official transcripts (undergraduate and graduate) forwarded directly to the Chair of the Search and Screen Committee by their degree-granting institutions prior to their interview on campus.

Required Documents
1. Cover Letter
2. Curriculum Vitae
3. A Statement of Teaching Philosophy
4. Teaching Evaluations
5. Research paper
6. Unofficial Transcripts
7. List of Three References
MU, FIN/ECN Department: Division of Finance and Economics
Institution: Marshall University
Professor Any Level
Ad from 2018-02-06
to 2018-08-05
Job opening at Marshall University [USA]
Job opening at Marshall University [USA] The Division of Finance and Economics housed in Marshall University’s AACSB-accredited Lewis College of Business (LCOB) invites applications for a tenure-track position in the general area of macroeconomics at the Assistant/Associate professor level beginning fall 2018. Other areas of interest are money and banking and monetary theory and policy. The standard teaching load is three courses per semester.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in economics. ABD’s with a firm completion date before August 2018 will be considered. We attach considerable importance to a team-player committed to excellence in teaching a rich and diverse community of learners. The candidate will also be a teacher-scholar and must have experience or demonstrate the ability to publish in quality journals. The successful applicant will contribute to university service and to the university’s general education curriculum with its emphasis on a common First Year Seminar and core courses intended to enhance student’s critical thinking skills. The candidate will also be expected participate in interdisciplinary programs within the LCOB.

Review of applications begins February 28 and continues until position is filled. Complete application packages should include a cover letter, vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, teaching evaluations, research interests, a research or job market paper (double-sided), graduate transcripts and names and addresses of three references. Short-listed candidates who interview on campus must have official transcripts (undergraduate and graduate) forwarded directly to the Chair of the Search and Screen Committee by their degree-granting institutions prior to their interview on campus.

Required Documents
1. Cover Letter
2. Curriculum Vitae
3. A Statement of Teaching Philosophy
4. Teaching Evaluations
5. Job Market Paper
6. Unofficial Transcripts
7. List of Three References
MU, FIN/ECN Department: Division of Finance and Economics
Institution: Marshall University
Assistant or Associate Professor
Ad from 2018-06-12
to 2018-08-05
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Economic History [Australia]
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Economic History [Australia] The Department of Economics at the University of Melbourne is the leading economics department in Australia with strong undergraduate and postgraduate programs and an outstanding group of economists and econometricians.
The Department invites applications for a 3-year fixed term appointment in Economic History at Lecturer/Senior Lecturer level (equivalent to Assistant Professor in North America). Applications from candidates with the capacity to publish in leading refereed journals and provide high quality teaching, curriculum development, supervision and service at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels will be considered. The position is a 3 years fixed term appointment to commence from 2 January 2019.
Applications from candidates specialising in Economics, Economic History or a related discipline and ability to attract research grants will be considered. The successful applicant will be expected to collaborate with the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies in the teaching of Economic History subjects. Applicants with teaching experience at tertiary level with evidence of excellent results and an outstanding track record of fostering high level of achievement in students will be sought after.
The Department offers internationally competitive salaries and benefits and a stimulating work environment.

To apply, please click on the below link:

University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne Department: Department of Economics, Faculty of Business & Economics
Institution: University of Melbourne
Assistant Professor
Ad from 2018-07-05
to 2018-08-03
Teaching Professor [USA]
Teaching Professor [USA] The Department of Economics at Georgetown University has an opening for a Teaching Professor at the Assistant, Associate or Full Teaching Professor level. The appointment will be for one year. Compensation will be at market rates.

The primary responsibility will be to teach five courses in the undergraduate and/or masters
programs. Other duties, such as advising
students and service on Departmental committees, may also be assigned by the Department Chair.

Candidates should have extensive experience and demonstrated success in teaching a variety of courses at the undergraduate or graduate level. In general, candidates should be capable of teaching microeconomic and macroeconomic theory and a course in at least one field. Field courses may include: Econometrics, Labor Economics, Industrial
Organization, Public Economics, Environmental Economics, Law and Economics, Health Economics,
Game Theory, Energy Economics, Advanced Macroeconomics, Financial Economics, Money and
Banking, Monetary Theory and Policy, Monetary and Financial Economics, International Economics,
International Trade, International Finance, Development Economics, Open-Economy Macroeconomics,
Microeconometrics, Program Evaluation, Time-Series Econometrics, Statistical Sampling and Survey Research Methods, Business and Public Sector Forecasting, and potentially other courses.

Specific requirements include a Ph.D. degree in Economics or a closely related field and at
least six years (Associate Teaching Professor) or at least eleven years (Full Teaching Professor) or post-Ph.D. university teaching experience.

Candidates should send a curriculum vita, documentation of success (such as course
evaluation results) in teaching a range of courses in economics, and three letters of recommendation. Georgetown is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, disability or other categories protected.

CONTACT: Teaching Professor Search Committee 2018, Department of Economics,Georgetown University, Washington DC 20057, USA

Georgetown Economics
Georgetown Economics Department: Department of Economics
Institution: Georgetown University
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
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Institute Director [USA]
Institute Director [USA] The Organization

The Bank
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis is one of 12 Reserve Banks that, along with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., constitute the nation’s central bank. It is part of the Federal Reserve System, which was established by Congress in 1913 to provide the nation with a safer, more flexible, and more stable monetary system.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis is located in Minneapolis, Minn., and has a Branch office in Helena, Mont. The Bank represents the Ninth Federal Reserve District, which includes Montana, North and South Dakota, Minnesota, northwestern Wisconsin, and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The Minneapolis Fed participates in setting national monetary policy, supervises numerous banking organizations, and provides a variety of payments services to financial institutions and the U.S. government.

A Federal Reserve Bank’s Research Division exists to produce economic research and policy analysis and advice. The Research Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis has a long history of producing top-tier academic research on a range of long-term issues broadly related to the policy mission of the Federal Reserve System.

The Opportunity & Inclusive Growth Institute
Building upon this tradition of excellence, the Minneapolis Fed launched the Opportunity & Inclusive Growth Institute within the Bank’s Research Division in early 2017. The mission of this Federal Reserve System initiative is to conduct and promote research that will increase economic opportunity and inclusive growth, and help the Federal Reserve achieve its maximum employment mandate. Specifically, the Institute is looking for areas where the expertise and resources of the Federal Reserve System can make a unique contribution to address these challenging issues.

As part of the Research Division, the Institute shares space, resources, and strong ties with the Bank’s research and policy economists, research analysts and assistants, local and national research consultants, visiting scholars from around the world, and a team of highly trained support staff.

In addition to working alongside the Bank’s Research Division, the Institute director will have the opportunity to engage with the Public Affairs and Community Development departments. In leading these cross-department partnerships, the new Director will help chart the strategic direction of the Institute and dedicate resources to identified priorities. The director will also lead engagement with other areas of the Bank in translating and promoting the work of the Institute to colleagues around the Federal Reserve System and to the public.

The Institute director will have responsibility for advancing and building upon the foundation of the Institute that was laid in the past year. The foundation stones include:

• A conference series that hosts two conferences per year. These conferences serve as an opportunity to gather academic researchers with policymakers and nonprofit practitioners, showcase the emerging scholarship of the Institute, and explore important topics that may spur new lines of inquiry.

• An academic Board of Advisors drawn from top research departments. This multidisciplinary board includes experts from the fields of economics, education, law, public policy, and sociology.

• A community Advisory Board that will include a mix of Twin Cities representatives from nonprofit, government, and philanthropic entities.

• A Visiting Scholar Program that welcomes domestic and international visitors to incubate and support leading-edge scholarship. These scholars are supported by a team of research analysts sourced from the University of Minnesota’s economics Ph.D. graduate program.

• Two Working Paper series, one highlighting the scholarship of researchers directly affiliated with the Institute and another promoting greater visibility of emerging scholarship from Federal Reserve System colleagues who work on similar issues.

The Role

The Institute director will report to the Bank’s Research director with regular opportunities to work closely with the Bank president in crafting strategic direction and providing leadership for all of the Institute’s research, policy, and budget priorities. In addition to long-term goal-setting, the director will be responsible for executing day-to-day management responsibilities with the support of a team of dedicated staff.

The Minneapolis Fed and its Institute are committed to carrying forward the Research Division’s tradition of academic excellence. On the research front, the director will foster a superior research environment and lead recruiting efforts for outstanding researchers from a variety of disciplines. On the policy front, the director will harness the expertise within the Institute to make recommendations and provide insight across a variety of issues. In addition to core responsibilities, the director will also have the opportunity to pursue independent research relevant to the mission of the Institute.

Institute Leadership
• Lead the Institute’s recruitment efforts to build a world-class academic research team by fostering the best possible research environment and retaining top visiting scholars.

• Develop and implement the research agenda for the Institute.

• Act as the “public face” of the Institute, engaging in meetings and making presentations to the policy and academic communities, advertising Institute research, and helping to build the Institute’s reputation and profile. The voice of the director will also contribute to shaping the identity of the Institute’s communication platforms, from publications to web presence and social media.

• Create metrics to track Institute progress and help set interim goals.

Bank and Systemwide Leadership
• Be a leader within the Bank in vision, presence, and citizenship.

• Help lead Federal Reserve System efforts on inclusive growth.

Diversity and Inclusion
• Actively support the Bank’s diversity agenda and hold self and others accountable for creating an inclusive workplace.

• Mentor and support staff to develop the next generation of Bank leaders.

The Person

• Ph.D. in economics or a related field with extensive research experience in areas relevant to the Institute’s mission.

• Strong publication record.

• Deep interest in public service, improving public policy, and a commitment to the mission of the Federal Reserve System.

• Demonstrated managerial skills and leadership experience in a large organization.

• Proven ability to work collaboratively.

• Well-developed interpersonal and relationship-building skills.

• Strong written and oral communication skills.

To Apply

For consideration, please submit your CV to Danita Ng at

Application review will begin on March 1, 2018.

* * *

The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Our people proudly reflect the diversity and ideas of the communities we serve.

This announcement is intended for posting on Econ Job Market (EJM) only.
Research Division
Research Division Department: Research Division
Institution: Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Other Non-Academic
Ad from 2018-02-01
to 2018-07-31
Peter J Braam Junior Research Fellowship in Global Wellbeing [UK]
Peter J Braam Junior Research Fellowship in Global Wellbeing [UK] Merton College, Oxford University

Salary £22,494 p.a., plus a housing allowance of £10,000 p.a. or free accommodation.

Merton College proposes to elect a Peter J Braam Research Fellow in Global Wellbeing for three years commencing on 1 October 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter. This is a prestigious career development post which will provide a promising academic with opportunities to develop as a researcher. The postholder will be eligible for election as a Fellow of the College.

The main duties of the post will be to:

(i) Undertake independent research in a topic contributing to the solution of the most pressing global welfare problems facing the human race. These problems might be humanitarian, natural or political;

(ii) Contribute to the wider academic research projects in the University in the field of their research;

(iii) Undertake the wider duties and obligations of a Fellow of the College. The post holder may also, with the permission of Governing Body, undertake a limited amount of teaching.

The successful applicant will hold a doctorate in a relevant subject area and/or have published or forthcoming books or articles in refereed journals as appropriate to the candidate’s field, and must demonstrate achievement (commensurate with the candidate’s career) in research at a standard which will contribute to and enhance the national and international profile of the subject at Oxford. The postholder will also need to demonstrate willingness to contribute to Merton as a member of its Governing Body and commitment to a personal career development plan.

In addition to salary, the Fellow will be entitled to free meals, medical insurance, research expenses and other benefits.

The duties and skills required are described in more detail in the further particulars on the Merton College website:

How to Apply

Those wishing to apply for this post should complete the online application form at and upload:

• a brief curriculum vitae incorporating a publications list and stating the titles of two short pieces of written work which they would submit in support of their application if shortlisted

• a research proposal, not exceeding 1,500 words, for the three years covered by the Research Fellowship.

• an Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form. The information collected on the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form does not form part of the selection process and will not be circulated to the selection panel. It will be used solely to monitor the effectiveness of the College’s Equality Policy which is published at

Applicants should arrange for three referees to write directly to the Warden of Merton by noon on the closing date of Friday 27 July 2018. References should be sent electronically to Hard copy signed references will be required for the successful candidate.

The deadline for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Friday 27 July 2018. It is the responsibility of each applicant to ensure that their application arrives before the deadline.

Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.

Merton College is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Merton College
Merton College Department: Merton College
Institution: University of Oxford
Other Academic
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to 2018-07-27
TEST Department [USA]
TEST Department [USA] This is a Test Ad to be used for testing EconJobMarket / Faculty Recruiting issues.
Kellogg School of Management
Kellogg School of Management Department: All Departments
Institution: Kellogg School of Management
Other Academic
Ad from 2017-05-01
to 2018-07-23
Rice University Lecturer Position [USA]
Rice University Lecturer Position [USA] The School of Social Sciences is currently accepting applications for a lecturer in Social Policy Analysis Program. The lecturer will teach two courses per semester and assist with coordinating the Capstone program, internships, field research opportunities and outreach with faculty and other stakeholders affiliated with the Social Policy Analysis Program at Rice University. The lecturer is expected to teach core courses in the undergraduate major, including the introductory course on Social Policy, Policy Analysis and the senior-level Capstone course. The lecturer will begin in August 2019.
Equal Opportunity Employer – Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
Rice | School of Social Sciences
Rice | School of Social Sciences Department: School of Social Sciences
Institution: Rice University
Ad from 2018-06-27
to 2018-07-20
NORFACE PhD scholarship [France]
NORFACE PhD scholarship [France] The Paris School of Economics is partner to a European (Norface) project on human capital dynamics and inequality, altogether with Bergen University and the Institute of Fiscal Studies London. At PSE, the project is managed by Eric Maurin and Marc Gurgand.

We offer a three year doctoral scholarship (gross monthly wage 1,900 euros) starting on August, 1st (or September, 1st) to work on the project general topics: family conditions and economic shocks during childhood and adolescence and their effect on schooling; the role of public investment in favor of the youth; the impact of family and peer behavior on human capital investment; track choices; interactions between various forms of human capital investment during the life cycle; human capital as insurance. Projects will be empirical, using primarily French, Norwegian or British data.

The doctoral student will benefit from the general environment provided by PSE’s agreement with leading French labor market institutions, under a Chair in Labor Economics, including facilitated access to data. A post-doc and a doctoral student have already been hired on this Norface project at PSE.

Candidates must have a high level training in Economics at the master level from a leading university, with demonstrated capacity in applied econometrics and labor economics.
PSE’s PhD committee will separately assess the quality of their training and their capacity to join the PSE PhD program.

Please send a CV, a motivation letter indicating your research interest and preliminary projects, as well as master grades and diploma and one or two recommendation letters.

Inquiries: and

This is an open ended call.
PSE Department: Paris School of Economics
Institution: Paris School of Economics
Other Academic
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to 2018-07-18
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