The Jindal School of Management seeks to hire one tenure-system faculty in the Managerial Economics (MECO) area, beginning in Fall 2020. The appointment may be at the level of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor. Candidates will be required to conduct high-quality research and publish his/her research in top-tier, refereed journals, develop and teach classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and engage in service activities within the university and the profession. An earned doctoral degree is required prior to joining, but those with ABD status will be considered at the application/interviewing stage.
The position is in applied microeconomics, and we are particularly interested in applicants with research interests that complement but broaden those of current MECO group members. Those interests include auctions, contracts, cooperation/coordination, innovation, negotiation, networks, intellectual property rights, social utility, and strategic learning. MECO is also affiliated with the interdisciplinary Laboratory for Behavioral Operations and Economics.
Preference will be given to candidates applying for assistant professor appointments. Candidates seeking Associate and Full Professor appointments are expected to have experience and qualifications commensurate with those positions, and a well-established record of research and teaching. Appointments will be effective Fall 2020.
Applicants should submit a letter of application; complete curriculum vitae; statements of educational philosophy and research interests; teaching evaluations; a writing sample; unofficial transcripts; and the complete contact information for at least three professional references.
Review of applicants will commence as applications are submitted and will continue until the position is filled or the search is closed on March 1. 2020.
An earned graduate degree appropriate to the academic discipline and a record of productivity and professional achievement.
Preferred Education and Experience:
Candidates must have an earned PhD or equivalent in Economics, Managerial Economics, Business Economics or a related area prior to joining. Applicants applying for an Assistant Professor position could have ABD status and expect to have a PhD within one year of hire date and demonstrate the ability to conduct a nationally recognized research program. Candidates are expected to have taught either an undergraduate or graduate class. For the Associate /Full Professor position, a strong record of publication in the top-tier economic journals is expected.
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