Our group comprises applied microeconomists whose areas of expertise span a range of fields. Our primary concern is the study of markets and firm behavior, with a strong commitment to the study of relevant public policies. As a result of this emphasis, our Group has evolved to include experts in the areas of antitrust, contracting, environmental economics and regulation, health, labor, law and economics, organizational economics, productivity, taxation, and transition and developing economies. The research of our faculty is carried out, in part, through affiliations with research centers at the University of Michigan, including the Office of Tax Policy Research and The Erb Institute. Members of the group also serve in an editorial capacity at numerous professional journals.
Our instructional mission includes core courses in the University of Michigan Ross School of Business BBA and MBA programs, where the emphasis is on the principles of microeconomic analysis, and how to apply these principles to business decision-making and public policy evaluation. In addition to the core courses, we offer electives in both programs that are geared to the needs of future entrepreneurs and managers. We also train future faculty members and researchers through our BE Ph.D. program
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Closes: June 25th, 2018
UM JOB POSTING NUMBER: [159195 ]
The Business Economics and Public Policy group at the University of Michigan, Ross School of Business is seeking applicants for the position of assistant professor to begin September 1, 2019.
For full consideration, applicants must submit their full application (curriculum vitae, up to three papers or publications, research statement, teaching statement and teaching evaluations) by June 25, 2018.
For questions related to the applications process, please contact Cheryl Strickland: email@example.com.
Candidates will be expected to teach in all of the school’s degree programs and conduct and to publish in top economics journals.
Candidates should have a Ph.D. in economics and at least three years of experience teaching at a Research university and a strong track record of published research.
The ideal candidate is someone whose research is applied in the sense that it addresses real business problems faced by firms in developing markets. Evidence of successful teaching in a business school environment, work is desirable.
For more detailed descriptions of the Business Economics & Public Policy Area, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and the University of Michigan, please visit our websites:
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