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University of Cologne
The University of Cologne, Germany, invites applications for one temporary faculty position (non-tenured) at the Assistant Professor (W1) level
Assistant Professorship (W1)
in Applied Econometrics
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 Faculty counts more than 90 professors and 250 researchers.
The research focus of candidates should be in applied econometrics. We seek for candidates who have a strong focus on applying state-of-the-art-methods in econometrics and are working on specific fields such as corporate finance, industrial economics, marketing, labor economics, or public economics.
Research that is targeted at top ranked international journals is expected. International experience, such as a Ph.D. from a leading international university or other international teaching or research experience is highly appreciated. The candidate is expected to teach applied econometrics (MSc/Ph.D. level) in English, especially to offer practical training to students in the analysis of data using statistical software.
Assistant Professors are employed for three years. After a positive evaluation, a renewal for another three years is possible and desired. The teaching load is 2 sessions per week (4 SWS) during the first three years and 2.5 sessions per week (5 SWS) during the second three years.
The position is available as of October 2017 or based on mutual agreement.
The University of Cologne is committed to increase the share of women in research and teaching. Applications of women are specifically invited. In the case of equal qualifications, competence and specific achievements, women will be considered on preferential terms within the framework of the legal possibilities.
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.
The application should consist of the following documents: letter of interest, curriculum vitae, doctoral thesis, two recent (working) papers (in case of a cumulative doctoral thesis the two papers can be part of the thesis), and three names of references.
Please apply via the University's Academic Job Portal (https://berufungen.uni-koeln.de/) before the 4th, of May 2017.
For further information, please contact Professor Wied (dwied@uni-koeln.de).
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Closing date: 04.05.2017
Closing date: 4 May 2017 Published on academics.com on date 30 March 2017
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