The Faculty of Law, Economics and Business, School of Economics and Business of the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg invites applications for a
Full professorship in Economics, especially Monetary Economics
The position is to be filled as soon as possible.
Candidates should have an excellent research record in the area of monetary economics and dynamic macroeconomics. In particular, we look for applicants who use state-of-the-art empirical methods to research questions of economic policy relevance. A focus on research interests that strengthens the research profile of the School of Economics and Business (Empirical Economics and Policy Consulting, Business Governance) and opens up opportunities for cooperation is desired. Candidates should have experience or willingness to acquire research grants and to execute funded projects.
The successful candidate will offer courses in all areas of economics and contribute to the economics and business study programs. Experience in teaching in English is an important requirement; non-German speaking applicants are expected to being able to teach in German after two years. The holder of the professorship is obliged to fulfil the requirements stated in §34 of the higher education act of Saxony-Anhalt. Additionally, active participation in academic self-management is required.
The professorship is part of the Department of Economics and as such part of its research network. Therefore, the professorship is expected to be an active member within the research network and to cooperate especially with the Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH). Further cooperation relationships exist with the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ), the Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO), and the Fraunhofer Society (IMWS/CEM). The successful applicant is also expected to contribute to the doctoral program in economics within the framework of the Central-German Doctoral Program Economics (CGDE).
Eligible applicants hold a higher university degree and a PhD. Additionally, the university requires further academic achievements as publications, teaching experience, and third-party funding experience. These experiences could have been obtained as a junior- (or assistant) professor during a postdoctoral qualification or during other scientific positions in business or administration. Severely disabled applicants will be preferred when equally qualified.
Martin Luther University aims at increasing the percentage of female faculty members and therefore explicitly encourages qualified women to apply. The university provides good arrangements for coordinating occupation and family.
Applications shall include CV, references, summary of academic career, list of publications, list of successfully acquired third-party funds, and a documentation of previous teaching experience including evaluation reports. Furthermore, a statement of further research, teaching, and plans for cooperation shall explain how the candidate will strengthen the research and teaching profile of the Department of Economics and how courses in the field of monetary macroeconomics will contribute to the attractiveness of studying business and economics in Halle. Applications shall be submitted to
email@example.com or the following address:
Closing date is 30.09.2019. The position is remunerated according to the W3 salary scale (Beamtenbesoldung Sachsen-Anhalt).
For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Christoph Wunder
(+49-345-55-23380 or +49-345-5523381,
Application expenses will not be refunded.
Universitätsplatz 10, 06108 Halle
Halle (Saale) , Germany