We offer a post-doc position for 4 years with the possibility of prolongation for another 2 years (no tenure-track). The position provides much flexibility and, thus, the opportunity to develop further your research and teaching record.
The Public Economics Group, School of Business and Economics at the University of Marburg, is seeking to recruit a Post Doc (m/f/d). The position starts at the earliest convenience.
The successful candidate has the opportunity to develop her/his academic profile in research and teaching for 4 years, with a possible prolongation for another 2 years after a positive evaluation. This position does not offer a tenure-track option. (The time limitation is based on § 65 (2) HHG and § 2 (1) WissZeitVG, respectively.)
Tasks include research and teaching, in particular in public economics and applied microeconomics.
We require graduate studies in either economics or business, a PhD in economics, and a documented very good working knowledge in the areas of public economics and applied microeconomics. In addition , we require teaching experience in different formats, very good English and German skills (at least C1 in both), and at least one publication in a highly regarded economics journal with peer review. We expect research focused on applied microeconomics. An interest in law & economics and applying for third-party funding will be appreciated.
Please contact Tim Friehe (email@example.com) if you have questions.
To apply for this position, please send a Cover letter, your Curriculum vitae, a Job market paper, and a list of two professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org using the reference number fb02-0019-akrat-081021.
The University of Marburg promotes the diversity of its members. Its aim is to increase the proportion of women in scientific staff and to promote their careers in particular. It therefore urges qualified women to apply. Applications are processed in accordance with the equal opportunity legislation. Likewise, the university encourages suitable people with proven impairment to apply.