The University of St. Gallen, Switzerland – a leading University in
Management, Economics, Law, Social Sciences and International Affairs –
seeks to appoint a

Professor of International Management

by February 1, 2013 or by mutual agreement

You will join the Research Institute of International Management, develop
contacts with international corporations and partner universities, and make
a significant contribution to research and to teaching within existing
degree programmes across the University. Depending on seniority,
qualifications and experience, the appointment will be made at the level of
Full Professor, Associate Professor or Assistant Professor (tenure track).

You will bring to the post an internationally recognised research
reputation within the field of International Management, as demonstrated by
a publication track record in leading international scholarly journals. In
addition you will bring a proven teaching ability at the undergraduate,
graduate, doctoral and ideally also at the executive level; fluency in
English and at least one additional language; and a track record of
research funding. A research interest in the area of emerging markets will
be particularly welcomed. Finally, you will have a commitment to working
across disciplinary boundaries, and to collaborate in terms of teaching or
research with colleagues in the core subject areas of the University
(economics, law, international affairs and social sciences).

The University has set a priority of increasing the number of international
scholars among its faculty. It actively pursues a policy of diversity and
gender equality in all areas of its activities.

To discuss the post informally, please contact Professor Winfried Ruigrok,
Director of the Research Institute of International Management
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Interested candidates should submit their application along with the usual
supporting documents (cover letter, cv and list of publications) in
electronic form to [log in to unmask], attention of the President of the
University of St. Gallen, Professor Thomas Bieger. Closing date is February
15, 2012.