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The School of Human Resources & Labor Relations and the Department of Economics are jointly conducting a search for an Assistant Professor in Labor Economics with an expected start date of August 16, 2020. We are seeking candidates whose primary interests and expertise focus on examining the effects of emerging technologies on workers, the workplace, the labor market, and the overall economy. The successful candidate will join a newly formed interdisciplinary consortium of 20 faculty across the social sciences, engineering, computer science, and management.
To apply: go to http://careers.msu.edu/cw/en-us/job/502512/assistant-professortenure-system and select “Apply now.”
All applications should be accompanied by curriculum vitae (CV), a list of your publications with hyperlinks to articles and/or up to two papers in pdf format, a statement on contributions to diversity, and a statement on teaching. If relevant, please include a list of grants received (including funding amounts) and sponsored research as part of your vitae. Candidates should have three letters of recommendation emailed to email@example.com with applicant’s name in subject field. Questions should be directed to that same email address. For best consideration, applicants should apply by November 15, 2019.
The Frederick S. Addy Distinguished Chair of Economics
The Department of Economics is seeking a senior scholar to become its second Frederick S. Addy Distinguished Chair of Economics. While any field within economics will be considered, priority will be placed on candidates doing research in econometrics and/or empirical fields with substantial applied econometrics. Candidates with well-established records of sponsored research and/or records of obtaining grant funding will be preferred. Any questions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply: go to http://careers.msu.edu/cw/en-us/job/502374/asc-proffull-professor-of-economics and select “Apply now.”
All applications must contain: 1) CV (that includes a list of grants received, including the funding amounts and sponsored research); 2) Cover letter; 3) List of at least three references (names and emails only); 4) List of publications and working papers hyperlinked to articles; 5) A statement on teaching; and 6) A statement on contributions to diversity