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Universität St. Gallen
«A place where knowledge is created» - As one of Europe’s leading universities of economics and business administration, the University of St.Gallen (HSG), Switzerland, is committed to the education of over 8000 students and is one of the largest employers in the region, providing around 2300 employees with an attractive and innovative environment for research.
The School of Economics and Political Science of the University of St.Gallen wishes to appoint an Assistant Professor in Econometrics as soon as possible (or by mutual agreement).

Assistant Professor in Econometrics

Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Economics, Econometrics, or Statistics and a promising track record in research.
We appreciate applications from all areas of Econometrics, but we give preference to candidates with experience in applied and theoretical microeconometrics and machine learning.
The appointment is for 6 years (non-tenure track).The teaching load will be one class (two hours) per week (24 weeks p.a.). In addition, the successful candidate will be responsible for counselling students and faculty in applied econometrics and data science. Applications from qualified women are particularly welcome.
Candidates are requested to submit their application along with the usual supporting documents (motivation letter, CV, teaching evaluations and relevant publications) in electronic form. Two letters of reference are required. Closing date: 25 March 2018.
Please find further information about our research and study programs on www.seps.unisg.ch. Enquiries can be addressed to the Head of the Hiring Committee, Prof. Enrico De Giorgi.
Interested candidates are asked to submit their application documents electronically

University of St.Gallen | School of Economics and Political Science
| Dufourstrasse 50| 9000 St.Gallen | www.unisg.ch |

Closing date: 25.03.2018
Closing date: 25 March 2018 Published on academics.com on date 6 March 2018
In your application, please refer to academics.com