|Location:||Paris - France|
£35,576.04 converted salary* per year
|Placed On:||7th November 2018|
|Expires:||7th January 2019|
Call for applications - opening of a post-doctoral position in Strategic Management / Circular Economy
Circular economy transition: organizations, ecosystems and institutions
The ESCP Europe-Deloitte Chair on "Circular Economy and Sustainable Business Models" is opening a renewable 12-month Post-Doc position, focusing on the analysis of business models and intra- or inter-organisational relationships in the circular economy.
The circular economy is a new economic model that aims to decouple economic development from consumption and exploitation of natural resources.
Within the ESCP Europe research team, the candidate will explore how circular economy may be achieved through new cooperation mechanisms, by exploring one of the two levels of analysis:
The candidate will:
Qualities: autonomy, entrepreneurial spirit, taste for the field and collaborative work, scientific potential (ongoing or completed publications)
Language: French & English
Salary: about 40.000 euros/year
The position is to be filled in January 2019.
Please send your application, CV, cover letter (indicating how the candidate may contribute to the research project), a letter of recommendation, and a representative communication/publication of your work to:
Aurélien Acquier email@example.com
Valentina Carbone firstname.lastname@example.org
About ESCP Europe:
Established in 1819, ESCP Europe, the world’s first business school, was founded by a group of economic scholars and businessmen including the well-known economist Jean-Baptiste Say and the celebrated trader Vital Roux. ESCP Europe is among the first business schools in Europe to have earned the three prestigious labels of excellence from the world’s leading accrediting bodies: EQUIS (1998), AMBA (1998) and AACSB (2003). ESCP Europe offers various programs ranging from Bachelor to PhD, across 6 European campuses (Paris, Berlin, London, Madrid, Turin, Warsaw). It has more than 5000 students (Degree programs), 5000 Participants in Executive Education, a network of 55 000 alumni, and a faculty of 130 permanent professors.
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