Positions offered in 2014
The call is now closed. The applications received are now being processed according to the criteria listed in the announcement below.
The Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance (EIEF) invites applications for 3 tenure-track positions as Assistant Professor, starting in the summer of 2014. EIEF is an independent research foundation, created by the Bank of Italy in 2008, which produces academic research of the highest quality standards, with emphasis on policy-relevant topics. EIEF also offers courses at graduate level and runs high-quality conferences. It provides a pleasant and stimulating research environment, a top-notch visiting program, the opportunity to interact with policy makers, excellent facilities and premises located in the centre of Rome. More information can be found at: www.eief.it.
The positions offer a competitive compensation package plus a research budget. Successful candidates are expected to publish their research in top peer-reviewed journals, teach graduate students (with a light teaching load) and contribute to the intellectual environment of EIEF. Applicants should have high research potential and have earned a Ph.D. degree in Economics or Finance or be close to completion. The positions are intended for strong candidates working in one of the following fields: Applied Micro, Finance, Macro. There are no restrictions regarding the nationality of the applicants. EIEF is an equal opportunity employer.
To apply please submit a Curriculum Vitae, a completed research paper and three reference letters to EconJobMarket. Were this website not available, please submit your application directly to applications[at]eief.it by Friday, November 29th, 2013, indicating “EIEF Assistant Professor positions 2014”. Short-listed candidates will be invited to interviews at the ASSA meetings in Philadelphia in January 2014 or in another agreed location.
Please note: candidates must also copy and include in their application the following disclaimer concerning the processing of personal data.