Professor (Assistant, Associate, Full) in Economics

Imperial College London - Imperial College Business School

Imperial College Business School is seeking a qualified applicant for a faculty position in Economics (based within the Department of Management) at the rank of Assistant/Associate/Full Professor. Members of the department will be able to meet shortlisted candidates for Assistant Professor positions at the ASSA meetings in Chicago, January 6-8 2016 or the Royal Economic Society Job Fair at Westminster Business School, January 3-4 2016.

Applicants for an Assistant Professor position should have the potential to publish innovative, rigorous, and relevant contributions in top academic journals. Candidates for an Associate or Full Professor position should demonstrate considerable excellence in research.  We have a strong preference for candidates working in a field complementary to the department’s existing research interests and teaching needs, which are: applied industrial organisation, competition and regulation, digital economics, economics of innovation and productivity, labour, law and economics, micro-econometrics or international trade. We are unlikely to hire a candidate working in development economics or the economics of education this year.  Female candidates are encouraged to apply; the School and College have a range of policies to foster diversity and support all members of staff.

Applications should be sent by email to economicsjobs@imperial.ac.uk; no paper applications will be accepted. Interested candidates should send a completed application form, a copy of their CV and a sample of up to three representative research papers; please zip your documents before sending. In addition, three letters of reference are required.

Closing date: 16 December 2016 (midnight GMT)

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