A three year postdoc position is vacant at the BI Norwegian Business School within the area of Applied Macro- and Energy economics at the Department of Economics. The position is financed by Centre for Applied Macro- and petroleum economics (CAMP). CAMP seeks to bring together economists working on applied macroeconomic issues, with special emphasis on energy economics. CAMP is financed by Statoil’s research program in energy economics and the Research Council of Norway.
The successful applicant must hold a doctoral degree when entering the period. Applicants with strong analytical skills doing research in the borderline between applied macroeconomics and energy economics will be preferred. We welcome applicants to submit a short project proposal which reflects their area of interest. In addition to the research tasks, the successful applicant is expected to contribute to activities at CAMP, including tutoring of graduate students.
Salary is determined upon agreement, and the position offers membership of the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund.
Competence will be evaluated in accordance with ordinary regulations for academic positions at universities and specialised university institutions. The evaluation will be based on the quality and relevance of previous research for the research activities at CAMP, potential for future research, and teaching and supervision qualities. Applicants may be called for an interview and/or seminar presentation. The position will only be filled if qualified candidates are identified.
The following documents must be submitted electronically;
A (one-page) project proposal, an updated CV (including a complete list of publications and doctoral course work), formal documentation of highest obtained academic degree and other particularly relevant education. Any additional information and/or documentation of other activities that may be of significance for evaluating the applicant’s qualifications can also be submitted.
Up to 10 academic publications, including the doctoral thesis should be sent separately to the President of BI Norwegian Business School, attention Department of Human Resources, Nydalsveien 37, 0442 Oslo.
Additional information about the position can be obtained by contacting the Head of Administration of Department of Economics, Kari-Mette Sætersdal (email@example.com) or Professor and Research Director Hilde C. Bjørnland (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Start date on agreement.
BI Norwegian Business School is an equal opportunity employer. We actively encourage women to apply.