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University of Bologna

The Department of Economics of the University of Bologna (DSE) aims at advancing the frontier of knowledge in the field through its commitment to excellence in basic and applied research, in undergraduate and graduate education, and through the broader diffusion of economic knowledge in the society. According to the 2016-2020 Tilburg University Economics Ranking, the DSE is among the top 100 Economics departments in the world, the top 36 in Europe, and is the top-ranked public university department in Italy. Our large and growing community (150+, from PhD students to full professors) is involved in research activities spanning theoretical and empirical applications in virtually every area of economics. Teaching is also carried out in an international environment, with several majors entirely taught in English, both at the Bachelor’s and Master’s level. Last but not least, Bologna is a lively city, well connected with the main European hubs and beyond.

University of Bristol - Business School

The University of Bristol Business School attracts high-quality faculty and students at all levels. It has excellent resources and invests heavily in research. Generous research budgets and teaching allowances are available to allow early career researchers to establish and develop their research portfolios. The School regularly hosts leading speakers as part of its active seminar series. The University of Bristol Business School invites applications for the position of Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Finance. This is a permanent position, subject to review (tenure track).

University of Chile

The Department of Economics of the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Chile was founded in 1935, since then has positioned itself nationally and internationally as one of the most dynamic and prestigious economic teaching and research centers in the country. Historically, it is recognized as a hotbed of outstanding economists who, from the public and private world, have made a great contribution, not only in the economic field but also in politics and in the future of the country. Among the graduates are several national authorities (presidents of the Republic, state ministers and presidents of the Central Bank of Chile) and international institutions (IMF, World Bank, IDB and OECD). Currently, the chair of the Department of Economics is Fabián Duarte, who heads a team of more than thirty doctors in economics, specialists in the most diverse areas. DECON has four postgraduate programs, in addition to a continuing education unit.

University of Copenhagen

The Department of Economics stands for research at a high international level, research-based teaching and a contribution to the international and Danish debate on economic policy. Our study programme in economics attracts bright young people who get one of the best educations in economics in Europe, who then either contribute to the community around us or choose the research route. We recruit students and researchers from Danish and international backgrounds to ensure the best possible education and the highest quality research. At the Department, there is a high level of activity. Communication is in Danish and English and we have ambitious programmes with frequent seminars, workshops and conferences with many external visiting academics.

University of Essex

The Department of Economics at the University of Essex is ranked 4th among UK economics departments for research power (REF 2021). It provides a vibrant research environment with a strong collegial culture. It is a growing department with more than 50 full-time academics and distinctive clusters in microeconomics, macroeconomics, applied economics and econometrics. Applied researchers based in Department have typically strong research collaboration with other economists at the Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER). The University of Essex is ranked in the top category for teaching excellence (TEF 2017). It is located 60 miles northeast of London.

University of Gothenburg

The Department of Economics at the University of Gothenburg offers an international environment, ranked in the top tier of Scandinavian economics departments, with around 100 faculty members from all over the world. We conduct research in a wide array of areas, including environmental economics, development economics, behavioral economics, financial economics and labor economics. Other areas of research include public economics, econometrics and health economics. We also have a long and fruitful tradition of interdisciplinary research. Our research is published in leading journals and our researchers are frequently engaged as experts by both the government and the media. We put sustainability high on the agenda, reflected in many of our courses at the PhD, Master’s and Bachelor’s programmes at the School of Business, Economics and Law.

University of Groningen

The University of Groningen (UG), founded in 1614, has a strong focus on research. We are in the top 100 of several influential university ranking lists. The Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) is one of the largest faculties with approximately 7,500 students. It has a strong international reputation and is AACSB and EQUIS accredited. See for more information. The Department of Economics, Econometrics and Finance (EEF) is an active research community, performing at the highest international level in terms of research and publications. Researchers in the department are active in several research themes, including behavioral and experimental economics, industrial organization, applied microeconomics, macroeconomics, corporate finance, asset pricing, corporate governance, financial history, corporate social responsibility, development finance, banking, insurance, health, ageing and pensions, and (applied and theoretical) econometrics.

University of Innsbruck

The Faculty of Economics and Statistics at the University of Innsbruck is a center for economics and data science with internationally visible research units in the areas of behavioral and experimental economics as well as applied econometrics and statistics. It offers an international working environment, a lively seminar culture, a structured Ph.D. program in economics and statistics, and a tenure-track system following international standards. Teaching programs range from undergraduate studies in (international) management and economics, a master program in experimental and empirical economics to more application-oriented programs related to sustainable development. With 16 full and associate professorships, 9 tenure-track positions, and the same number of Ph.D. and Postdoc positions, the Faculty of Economics and Statistics is a dynamic institution committed to regularly participating in the international job market.

University of Manchester

As part of the Russell Group elite of research-intensive universities, the Economics Department is one of the top departments in the UK and enjoys fantastic research and teaching culture, within an eclectic and inclusive environment. The department hosts around 50 full-time researchers from the most diverse backgrounds and has strengths in several areas of economics, thriving on a variety of theoretical, quantitative, and applied approaches. The department has a clear research-led vocation, with the highest standards in both teaching and research. The Department is in the heart of the vibrant city of Manchester and is well connected with the rest of the UK and the world.

University of Melbourne

University of Naples Federico II

The Centre for Studies in Economics and Finance (CSEF) and the Department of Economics and Statistics (DES), located at the University of Naples Federico II, are closely integrated. DISES coordinates research and training activities related to theoretical and applied economics, finance, and statistical and quantitative disciplines. It offers a PhD programme in Economics and a II Level Master in Economics and Finance (MEF). CSEF is a joint venture of the University of Naples Federico II, University of Salerno, and Bocconi University. The Centre hosts researchers and doctoral students from other Italian and foreign universities. It is also involved in the activities of the Master in Economics and Finance (MEF).

University of Nottingham

The School of Economics at Nottingham is the 5th top Economics department in the UK in terms of ‘research power’ according to the 2021 Research Excellence Framework, and within the world’s top 50 Economics department according to the IDEAS RePEC and Tilburg University rankings. Hosting more than 60 academics and a thriving student community, its size means that we have academics who are experts across all the core themes of modern Economics and Econometrics together with International Economics, Development Studies, Behavioural Science, Political Economy and a growing interest in Economic Data Science. The School is recognised on an international scale; our seven research centres are currently conducting influential studies across the discipline, with hubs in China and Malaysia, and having an impact on the decisions of policy makers around the world.

University of Oxford - Centre for Business Taxation

The Centre for Business Taxation (CBT) is an independent multidisciplinary research centre which aims to promote effective policies for the taxation of business from its base in the Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford. The CBT also has close links to other university departments such as the Faculty of Economics, the Faculty of Law and the Blavatnik School of Government. The CBT undertakes and publishes research into the aims, practices and consequences of taxes which effect business. The CBT is led by a Director, supported by an Assistant Director, and by programme directors who are professors from Oxford, Warwick and Munich. Its research team has experience in academic research and tax policy and are drawn from backgrounds in economics and law. The CBT’s research programme is determined on the basis of academic merit and policy relevance. This is decided by the Director and its Steering Committee.

University of Pavia

The Department of Economics and Management was born in 2012 from the merger of the University of Pavia’s Department of Political Economy and Quantitative Methods and the Department of Business Research. The aim is the promotion, through research, teaching, and public engagement, of studies in the fields of economic, business, legal and social sciences. The Department aims to promote internationalization and collaboration with national and international universities and research centers. The Department organizes a PhD program in Economics, joint with the University of Milan. The macroeconomics group comprises Guido Ascari, Jakob Grazzini, Patrizio Tirelli, Lorenza Rossi (on leave) and currently 2 post-docs and 6 PhD students.

University of Reading

The University of Reading is a research-intensive university, founded in 1926 and situated in the South East of England. The Department of Economics was established in 1964 and now has around 30 members of faculty, about 45 PhD students, and over 500 students on undergraduate and postgraduate taught degrees. The Department has a strong focus on applied economics, and has research clusters in behavioural, development, labour, business and sport economics. The department is also home to the Behavioural and Experimental Social Sciences Lab.

University of St.Gallen

From Inside to Impact - this is our motto. As a leading business university, we promote integrated thought, responsible action and an entrepreneurial spirit of innovation. This is what makes our University so special. Our research not only achieves a high degree of academic recognition but also aims to deliver a contribution to solving social problems. We appreciate new colleagues who will collaborate with us in this sense and who want to continue to write the success story of the University of St.Gallen. Our University is a community, and our 3300 employees are thus more than just our most valuable resource. In research and teaching, executive education and services, we together establish criteria with the aim of letting our University become not only an attractive centre for thinking and learing but also a place of inspiration - and a place where you can feel at home.