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The post of Professor or Associate / Assistant Professor in Economics, subfield Regional and Urban Economics is positioned at the Department of Economics.
The department of economics is one of the largest educators of economics in Finland. The priority of the department is to produce top-level scientific research on topics that are relevant to economic policy, societal decision-making and the design of markets. The department is profiled by strong expertise in economic theory, methods and empirical analysis. The department conducts experimental research and maintains the oldest experimental decision-making laboratory in Finland.
The Professor / Associate Professor / Assistant Professor conducts and supervises scientific research, gives science-based education, follows developments in science, and participates in societal interaction and international cooperation in his or her field.
The subfield of the position is regional and urban economics. Strong research experience and merits in the subfield are required. The professor/associate professor/assistant professor is expected to develop and lead a research team on regional and urban economics. He or she contributes to teaching and supervision in economics, and takes a key role in developing teaching and supervision for the subfield of the position. The position entails also active research collaboration with municipalities and cities. The research team lead by the professor is expected to collaborate and be networked nationally and internationally.
For more detailed information on the application and evaluation procedure, please see the Appointment specification.
Applications must be submitted by 12.6.2023 (11.59 pm) through the online application system. The link to the online application system is in the beginning of this Call for Application (”Apply for the job”).
For further information about the position, please contact Professor Heikki Kauppi. Further information concerning the appointment procedure can be obtained from the Head of Administration Ms. Sanna Kuusjärvi,
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