Chair In Microeconomics
University of Birmingham - Birmingham Business School
|Salary:||Competitive package for an outstanding candidate.|
|Placed on:||15th September 2016|
|Closes:||6th November 2016|
Birmingham Business School: Local Commitment with Global Impact
There has never been a better time to join Birmingham Business School – a School at the heart of an institution with one of the most compelling and ambitious agendas in Higher Education.
Following a significant multi million pound investment, Birmingham Business School has recruited to a number of roles to both help deliver its core business and to lift its position in national and global rankings. The School is a pioneer of business education, established as the country’s first Business School in 1902, we have over 100 years of teaching and research experience.
This post, being a senior microeconomist, is designed to create significant potential for collaboration with other academic areas; naturally within economics but also more broadly within the Business School with areas including finance, marketing and accounting. The successful candidate will be a recognised authority in microeconomics, broadly interpreted to include pure and applied microeconomic theory.
Applicants should have a proven track record of research grant capture and peer-review publication commensurate with the position and with the academic reputation of the School. Professors are required to be academic leaders. The post holder will contribute significantly to the delivery of School and Departmental strategies by developing and delivering undergraduate and postgraduate curricula; developing their own research; contributing generally to Department, School and University research activities, including PhD supervisions and leadership of research activities; and contributing to the management of the Department or School.
Informal Enquiries: please contact Professor Simon Collinson, Dean, (0121 414 6706; email@example.com), Professor Stephen Brammer, Head of Faculty (0121 414 6741; firstname.lastname@example.org), or Professor Matt Cole, Head of Department of Economics on 0121 414 6639; email@example.com
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