Assistant Professor Positions - Aarhus University


Aarhus Universitet

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Type

Faculty / asst. prof. / lecturer

Location

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Århus

Denmark

Location

Denmark

Århus

Type

Faculty / asst. prof. / lecturer

Application Deadline:


The Department of Economics and Business Economics at Aarhus University, invites applications for a number of positions as assistant professor starting in the Fall of 2018. 

ABOUT JOB QUALIFICATIONS AND THE POSITIONS: Applicants should have a PhD degree before taking up the position. The duration of the assistant professorships is 3-5 years which can be either fixed term or 5-year tenure track. We offer favourable conditions regarding research facilities, data access, time devoted to research, travel support, etc. For non-Danish researchers favourable tax-schemes exist. The Department faculty is international and the working language is English. The Department is host to several research centres providing an active research environment with ample influx of visiting researchers. The Department of Economics and Business Economics services several undergraduate and Master-level programmes. The PhD programme has an annual intake of around 20-25 students. More information is available at www.econ.au.dk.

RESEARCH FIELDS: Applications in all research fields covered by the Department are invited. Major responsibilities include teaching of undergraduate and graduate students in Economics, Finance, Accounting, Econometrics and Logistics and research within those fields. 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Interviews will be conducted at the ASSA-AEA meetings in Philadelphia, PA, January 2018. Interested candidates who do not attend the meeting are also encouraged to apply. Your application should include cover letter, CV, publication list, names of 3 referees and your Job Market paper. Optionally, you may submit additional papers. All candidates must apply online at www.econ.au.dk/joe2018 before 30 November 2017.

FURTHER INFORMATION: Please address inquiries to Head of Department, Professor Niels Haldrup, nhaldrup@econ.au.dk