JOE - April 2014

University of Gothenburg
Department of Economics
Professor in Economics
Position Title/Short Description
Title: Professor in Economics
Section: 3 -- International:Full-Time Academic (Permanent, Tenure Track or Tenured)
Location: Gothenburg, other, Sweden
JEL Classification: A -- General Economics and Teaching
Deadline Information: May 21, 2014
Deadline Date: 05/21/2014
Salary Range: Salary will be determined on an individual basis

JOE ID Number: 201404_400327

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Full Text of JOE Listing:
The School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg is recruiting a professor in economics located at the Department of Economics. The position is permanent and would start at the earliest feasible date.

Job Description/Qualifications:
We welcome applicants from all fields of economics, but are especially interested in those with expertise in macroeconomics, labor economics and public economics. The research record and future research potential of the applicant are the primary evaluation criteria. Pedagogical and administrative abilities, and experience of interactions with society, are also taken into account.

About Gothenburg and the School:
Gothenburg is a city of approximately 500,000 inhabitants, located on the west coast of Sweden. It is highly rated for its quality of living, and the University is located in its center. The University of Gothenburg is one of the major universities in Europe, with about 37,000 students and a staff of 6,000. The Department of Economics, part of the School of Business, Economics and Law, has about 90 employees, including 16 professors. Further information about the Department is found at
Application Instructions:

The application should contain:
* CV.
* Research statement, characterizing the past research contributions and describing their current and future research agenda. (maximum 6 pages)
* Selection of (no more than 10) publications or working papers that best demonstrate the research contributions. Please provide a brief statement motivating the choice of submitted papers.
* Teaching Statement.

The application should be written in English and submitted online at:

The department encourages equality and diversity.

Online Application URL:

Note: This employer requires online Application.
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For more information, phone: +46 31 786 4332

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