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University of Sheffield
The Department of Economics is one of the largest departments in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Sheffield. We are a friendly, collegiate and culturally diverse team. We are an international Department comprising approximately 40 academics, 15 professional services staff, around 30 PhD students, as well as post-doctoral fellows and visiting academics. In the 2021 Research Excellence Framework, 90% of our research was evaluated as world-leading or internationally excellent. We provide research-led teaching, exposing students to the latest developments in economics so they become critical thinkers, analytical problem solvers and independent researchers. We are looking for two academics to join our dynamic Department. Our website offers more information about the Department: http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/economics. For enquiries about the jobs and the Department, contact: Professor Sarah Brown, Head of the Department of Economics, on [email protected].
University of Southampton
The University of Southampton ranks in the top 1% of world Universities and is one of the UK’s top 15 research intensive universities. The Economics Department has an outstanding reputation for high quality applied and theoretical research in all core areas of Economics. Our research is structured around four broadly defined and interconnected research groups: applied economics, econometrics, economic theory/experimental economics, and macroeconomics. 100% of our research environment, 100% of our impact initiatives and 92.6% of our research outputs were rated as internationally excellent and above by the REF2021 panel.
University of Stavanger Business School
The University of Stavanger Business School is one of the leading business schools in Norway in terms of research. Our academic expertise spans a wide spectrum, covering economics, finance, accounting, law, innovation, management, and marketing. The UiS Business School’s educational offerings encompass business and law programs at the bachelor, master, and doctoral levels, with our MSc in Business Administration program holding international accreditation from EFMD Global. The school is home to 139 dedicated staff and approximately 1300 students. With strong ties to the business community, we seamlessly integrate academic knowledge with practical experience. Situated strategically in Stavanger, Norway’s energy capital, UiS Business School is uniquely positioned to drive sustainable transformation both in society and industry.
University of Surrey – School of Economics
With over 40 academic members from more than 15 countries, the School of Economics at the University of Surrey enjoys a strong reputation for research and teaching in Economics, built upon a commitment to high quality, rigorously founded applied and theoretical research, often of direct policy significance, as evidenced by ranking 10th for Economics in the recent research assessment exercise (REF2021).
University of Turin - ESOMAS Department
The Department of Economics, Social Studies, Applied Mathematics and Statistics of the University of Turin (ESOMAS) is a center for excellence in research and teaching in economics, finance, and statistics and stands out for its strong adherence to international best practices. The Department recently won the “2023-27 Dipartimenti di Eccellenza” grant from the Italian Ministry for Education and Universities (MIUR), after having already won the same grant in the previous edition. ESOMAS is committed to further increase its quality and visibility so as to become a leading research institution in Europe. The development policy of the department is based on 3 pillars: 1. Strong international vocation 2. Synergistic collaboration with Collegio Carlo Alberto 3. Meritocratic, international and gender-balanced recruitment
University of Zurich
The Department of Economics at the University of Zurich is a leading European research center, a global leader in the area of Neuroeconomics and Development Economics, and consistently ranked among the top five European economics departments. The Department is known for its innovative work and is committed to a truly multidisciplinary approach, which combines modern economics with elements of history, political science, psychology, sociology, biology, and neuroscience.