Post-Doc Position in Applied Micro
Title: Post-Doc Position in Applied Micro
- Employer: BI Norwegian Business School (Department of Economics)
- Location: Norway
- Position Type: Post-Doc
- Deadline: Dec 7, 2017
- Job Description:
The Department of Economics at BI Norwegian Business School in Oslo, Norway (www.bi.edu) invites applications for a position as Post-Doc. Candidates with a background in micro and an interest in experimental economics will be given priority. The appointment will start in August 2018, or earlier upon agreement.
The position is linked to a project on efficiency in bargaining jointly financed by the Norwegian Research Council and BI Norwegian Business School. The project group consists of top level international researchers. The term for the position is three years, with no teaching obligations. Conditional on approval by the institution, the term might be extended to four years with a 25% teaching load. BI Norwegian Business School is a private institution with internationally competitive salaries. The School has a bonus system for publications in selected journals, with up to 200,000 NOK per publication (i.e., around 25,000 USD). In addition, the Department of Economics provides ample support for research-related activities and conference travels.
Applicants should have completed a PhD in Economics (or related field) prior to the start date of the position. Successful candidates are expected to produce high-quality research suitable for publication in top peer-reviewed journals. If applicable, teaching will be conducted at the undergraduate, graduate, or PhD levels. Knowledge of Norwegian is not required.
BI Norwegian Business School is the largest business school in Norway and the second largest in Europe. The Department of Economics at BI is an active research department with around 25 faculty members working in various subfields of economics. The faculty members are a mix of international and Norwegian researchers who hold a PhD from leading universities in Europe and the US. The department hosts a number of research centers and has a rapidly growing Ph.D. program. The project is organized through the Centre of Experimental Studies and Research (CESAR).
Candidates should indicate their interest in the position by uploading a cover letter, curriculum vitae, job market paper, and at least three letters of recommendation at econjobmarket.org no later than December 7, 2017.
We will interview candidates at the ASSA meetings in Philadelphia (January 5-7, 2018) or another agreed location. Selected candidates will be invited for a job talk on campus in January or February 2018.
BI Norwegian Business School is an equal opportunity employer. We actively encourage women to indicate interest in the position.
To apply, log into Econ Job Market here.