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Full Professor (f/m) in Microeconomics (tenured)
Published(1033 days ago)
Deadline for applications(999 days ago)
The University of CologneKöln
The University of Cologne, Germany, invites applications for a tenured
faculty position as a Full Professor (W3)
Full Professor in
The University of Cologne is among the leading German research universities and its Faculty of
Management, Economics, and Social Sciences is consistently ranked among the top schools in
research and teaching. The Economics and Statistics group is composed of over 30 professors
and over 80 researchers.
The research focus of candidates should be in Microeconomics, including fields such as
Market Design, Industrial Organization, or Behavioral Economics. The successful candidate will
be part of the “Excellence Center for Social and Economic Behavior (C-SEB)”. A substantial
track record of research published in leading journals and an active research program are
expected. International experience, such as a Ph.D. from a leading international university or
other long-term international teaching or research experience is highly appreciated. Candidates
are expected to integrate their work into the collaborative research environment of the faculty.
Successful applicants are expected to demonstrate excellent teaching skills and to contribute
actively to the ongoing development of the faculty’s teaching program. Willingness to teach
in English (MSc level) and perspectively in German (BSc level) is expected.
The position is available as of April 2017 or based on mutual agreement.
The University of Cologne is committed to increase the percentage of women in research
and teaching. Applications of women are specifically invited. In case of equal qualifications,
competence and specific achievements, women will be considered on preferential terms
within the framework of the legal possibilities. Furthermore, the University of Cologne
considers family specific needs (e. g. Child Care).
The University of Cologne is an equal opportunity employer in compliance with the German
disabilities laws. Persons with disabilities are therefore strongly encouraged to apply.
Please apply via the University’s Academic Job Portal (https://berufungen.uni-koeln.de/)
before the 21th, of December, 2016.
For further information, please contact Professor Ockenfels (email@example.com).