Type of position
The Chair of Institutional Economics and Economic Policy at the Department of Economics, University of Paderborn, is seeking to fill a
A) Post-Doctoral Position in Experimental Economics (100%) and a
B) Ph.D. Position in Applied Microeconomic Theory (75%)
both starting July 1, 2012, or later.
Initially, each contract runs for three years, but it may be extended upon successful evaluation. Salary is according to German state regulations (13 TV-L) and is competitive by international standards.
Ad A) Applicants for the Post-Doctoral Position should hold a relevant Ph.D. or be close to finishing their Ph.D.. We expect a solid background in experimental economics. The selected candidate is expected to conduct experimental research and to contribute to the research areas of the chair. These can be broadly described as Applied Microeconomic Theory, including but not limited to Industrial Organization, Competition Policy, Health Economics, and Personnel Economics.
Ad B) Applicants should hold a relevant degree in (micro)economics or related areas such as statistics, mathematical economics, or psychology. We expect a solid background in experimental economics or microeconomic theory. The selected candidate is expected to conduct research in the research areas of the chair (see above).
Your application should include:
Cover letter describing your interest in this position
CV with copies of exam certificates and other appendices
List of publications (if applicable)
Up to two reference letters (if available)
For the Post-Doctoral position, we would appreciate receiving two representative publications / working papers in addition.
Interested candidates are requested to send their application to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 10, 2012. For further information please contact: Professor Burkhard Hehenkamp, tel.: +49-5251-60-1680, email: Burkhard.Hehenkamp@wiwi.upb.de. The official job advertisement (in German) can be found at:
A) http://w3cs.uni-paderborn.de/verwaltung/service/aktuelleAusschreibungen/KZif1321.pdf and