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The Department of International Economics, Government and Business (EGB)
invites applications for a vacant associate professorship in Business and

The core research areas of the department unite the study of states,
markets, and international firms in the context of societal challenges
faced by emerging and advanced economies. We are creating a vibrant
international hub for research and research-based teaching exploring
international business, economics and politics, as well as the intersection
between them. EGB’s research combines disciplines and is of direct
relevance to business, policy-makers and scholars. We deliver
research-based teaching into undergraduate and graduate teaching in
programs such as International Business, International Business and
Politics, and International Business in Asia.

The Associate Professorship is a permanent position with research and
teaching obligations.

We are looking for a candidate with a research profile at the intersection
of business and government and/or economics and government. The candidate
should have excellent skills in quantitative methods and the ability to
teach quantitative methods at both undergraduate and graduate levels. The
associate professor is expected to contribute to the development of the
department’s research and teaching and to maintain and strengthen CBS’s
international research position.

These are non-exhaustive examples of research and teaching areas that the
associate professor may cover:

Government-business relations

States and markets

Political economy

Comparative politics and public policy

To fulfill the research requirements of the position, the applicant chosen
is expected to be physically present on a regular basis and actively
participate in the teaching and research activities of the department.

For further information, please consult:

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