JOE Listings (Job Openings for Economists)
August 1, 2021 - January 31, 2022
George Washington University
Position Title/Short Description
Section: US: Full-Time Academic (Permanent, Tenure Track or Tenured)
Location: Washington, District of Columbia, UNITED STATES
JEL Classification: M1 -- Business Administration
Full Text of JOE Listing:
The Department of International Business (School of Business) at the George Washington University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in International Business.
We are a multidisciplinary group, and encourage applicants who conduct research in international economics, political science, business history, international finance, international strategy, international marketing, or any other field with relevance to international business. The successful candidate will be pursuing research questions that are inherently international, and that place firms or their competitive environment at the center of the analysis. The successful candidate will teach a range of International Business (IB) courses in our undergraduate, masters, and doctoral programs, including Age of Globalization, Introduction to International Business, Competition in the Global Economy, and electives in their area of specialization.
Full details are available at:
The IB department, GWSB, and GWU value diversity, equity, and inclusion and we strongly encourage minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.
- External Application URL and Instructions Below
Cover letter indicating interest in the faculty position in IB.
Research samples such as articles or working papers (under the upload heading "Statement of Research Interests")
Evidence of teaching effectiveness
Names and contact information of three references
A list of teaching interests (Course descriptions and sample syllabi are available at: .)
Review of applications will begin November 1, 2021, and continue until the position is filled. Only complete applications will be considered. Employment offers are contingent on the satisfactory outcome of a standard background screening.