The Department of Economics at BI Norwegian Business School has a vacant position as Associate Professor in Economics. The successful applicant must hold a doctoral degree, have a strong research record in empirical industrial organisation and possess good pedagogical skills. The position involves teaching duties in theoretical and empirical industrial organisation.
Further qualifications include experience from business-relevant research and studies, international research network, and English language skills. A track-record of international work experience and collaboration with the business or public sector, including R&D work, research dissemination and research-based advisory services, is appreciated.
We actively encourage women to apply.
The successful applicant will be expected to make an active contribution towards developing the school's academic environment on both the research and teaching sides. Faculty is expected to participate at the department’s research seminars. Teaching duties at all levels, from bachelor to PhD level, must be expected. Duties will also include supervision of students.
All faculty must hold a basic level of pedagogical qualification in accordance with governmental provisions. Applicants must submit systematically documentation of their training/experience in course development, different teaching activities, grading and tutoring. Candidates may obtain this competence within two years after entering an associate professor position.
At BI Norwegian Business School today, bachelor level classes are predominantly taught in Norwegian and master classes are taught in English. Applicants must be able to teach in Norwegian within 5 years. Language classes are sponsored by BI Norwegian Business School.
Scientific competence will be evaluated in accordance with the ordinary regulations for academic positions at universities and specialised university institutions.
Potential candidates will be invited to interviews and seminar presentations. BI Norwegian Business School reserves the right to reject applicants who, though academically qualified, do not satisfy other requirements like pedagogical ability or collaborative skills.
Questions about the position can be directed to Professor Espen R. Moen, telephone: +47 46410786 or Professor Tommy Sveen, Head of Department, telephone: +47 46410097.
Applicants should submit their application, including CV, academic papers (up to 15), and list of publications, electronically. Applicants' highest degrees and other particularly relevant qualifications must be documented. Further information and documentation of other activities that may be significant for evaluating applicants' qualifications may also be submitted.