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Research Associate, Economic Networks and Transactions

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The Alan Turing Institute
The Alan Turing Institute is the UK’s national institute for data science and artificial intelligence whose mission is to make great leaps in data science and artificial intelligence research in order to change the world for the better.
ROLE PURPOSE
The successful candidates will join the Economic Networks and Transaction Data project. This project will build understanding of networked data through a combination of data processing for firm-to-firm transactions data held by the ONS, economic modelling and forecasting using data from the whole economic system, and the development of methods for efficiently reducing the dimensionality and complexity of network-generated data.
This research challenge seeks to provide methodological improvements for working with network and high-dimensional economic data, in order to provide accurate and informative aggregates for policy decisions and forecasts. When analysing high-dimensional panels of macroeconomic or financial time series,state-of-the-art methods tend to suffer from limitations.
DUTIES AND AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Successful candidates will:
Apply state-of-the-art and novel data science and artificial intelligence techniques emerging from the Institute and elsewhere to the business-inspired research challenges of the Turing partnerships
Scope, pilot and deliver high quality research activity in partnership with partner stakeholders, and under the Direction of the Principal Investigator and Programme Director
Drive collaboration with academic experts and broader research partners from across the Turing and the wider Turing community  
Publish and disseminate high-quality research papers and publications detailing research output and project case-studies. 
  Person Specification
Research Associate level: PhD in Economics, Statistics, Mathematics, Operations Research, Computer Science or closely related discipline.
Research Assistant level: Degree or professional qualification in Economics, Statistics, Mathematics, Operations Research, Computer Science or closely related discipline.
A solid background in one or more of the following: Macroeconomics, National and Financial Accounting, Network Science, Machine Learning, Mathematical modelling of collective behaviour of interacting systems
Track record of the ability to initiate, develop and deliver high quality research aligned with the research strategy indicated by the PI and any industrial stakeholders and to publish in peer reviewed journals and conferences.
Experience in design, development and implementation of research software libraries, ideally using one of the following: Python, R, Julia and their associated frameworks.
Track record of outstanding research and in delivering impact appropriate to career stage 
Please see our portal for a full breakdown of the Job Description. 
Terms and Conditions
This full-time post is offered on a 2-year fixed-term basis. The annual salary is £38,000-£46,200 (depending on experience) plus excellent benefits, including flexible working and family friendly policies, https://www.turing.ac.uk/work-turing/why-work-turing/employee-benefits
Candidates who have not yet been officially awarded their PhD will be appointed as Research Assistant at a salary of £36,236 per annum.
Application procedure
Please see our jobs portal for full details on how to apply and the interview process. 
Equality Diversity and Inclusion
The Alan Turing Institute is committed to creating an environment where diversity is valued and everyone is treated fairly.  In accordance with the Equality Act, we welcome applications from anyone who meets the specific criteria of the post regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.  Reasonable adjustments to the interview process can also be made for any candidates with a disability.

Dean of the School of Sciences and Humanities (SSH)

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Nazarbayev University (NU) is seeking to appoint a Dean of the School of Sciences and Humanities (SSH). The candidate will have the opportunity to build on a strong international reputation for research, teaching and impact.
Established in 2010, Nazarbayev University is the flagship research-intensive academic institution for Kazakhstan and the Central Asian region. Kazakhstan is linked to Asia and Europe and has a mission to develop a knowledge economy, based on strong and robust institutions, including Nazarbayev University.
NU is an autonomous English language university with a mandate for world class research. International faculty from 60 countries and international students from 30 countries create a strong and ambitious scholarly community, willing to take leadership roles.
The University offers doctoral, masters and bachelor’s programs to over 6,100 students in Sciences and Humanities, Business, Education, Engineering and Digital Sciences, Medicine, Mining and Geosciences and Public Policy.
The University hosts the most advanced scientific research laboratories in the region, with over 70 laboratories and a data centre.
Over its first ten years of operation, the University built a range of close strategic partnerships with top-ranked international universities including: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Cambridge University, University of Pittsburgh, Duke University (Fuqua School of Business), National University of Singapore (Lee Kwan Yew School of Public Policy), University of Pennsylvania (Graduate School of Education), Colorado School of Mines and University College London.
Graduates from Nazarbayev University are routinely accepted to masters and doctoral programs, on full scholarships, to leading international universities, including Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, University of Cambridge (Faculty of Education), University of Chicago, University of Arizona, University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign, Humboldt and London School of Economics.
President Shigeo Katsu, formerly World Bank Regional Manager for Central Asia and Provost Ilesanmi Adesida, formerly Provost of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, are leading the University into its second decade, with a renewed focus on building an international reputation for research.
The incoming Dean will have the opportunity to accelerate recent growth in research, with a focus on interdisciplinary collaboration, research integrated teaching, student research and working with local and regional universities. 
The School of Sciences and Humanities (SSH) was founded in 2019 following a reorganization of the School for Humanities and Social Sciences and the natural sciences that previously were part of the School of Science and Technology. This prepares the School for program and institutional accreditation and aligns with the core undergraduate curriculum. 
The School provides majors to undergraduate students in two degree types and ten majors: 
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in: Anthropology; Economics; History; Languages, Linguistics, and Literatures; Political Science and International Relations; and Sociology. 
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in: Biological Science; Chemistry; Mathematics; and Physics.
SSH offers two types of Masters degrees across seven areas:
Master of Arts (MA) in: Economics; Eurasian Studies; and Political Science and International Relations.
Master of Science (MSc) in: Biological Sciences and Technologies; Chemistry; Applied Mathematics; and Physics.

The School offers PhD degrees in four areas: Life Science; Eurasian Studies; Mathematics; Physics. 
The School provides a broad education emphasizing problem-solving and transferable skills and offers courses required for all undergraduate students. 
Faculty are research-active and their research as an orientation to knowledge features prominently in all School activities.  
In addition to degree-granting programs, the School hosts the NU Writing Center, which serves as a resource for students, faculty, and staff across NU. The School also hosts a unique Department of Kazakh Language and Turkic Studies.  
The current SSH student body is comprised of around 2000 undergraduates and 150 graduate students. Of the undergraduates, 400 are in their fourth year, 450 in their third, 550 in the second year and 570  in the first year. 
Currently, SSH has 197 faculty members. From the Postdoctoral scholar rank and above, all faculty possess a Ph.D. Approximately 24% (10% Full Professor and 14% Associate Professor) of the faculty holds a rank of Associate Professor or higher. 
The School is sensitive to gender balance in the faculty and considers it important to create opportunities for female faculty in senior and leadership positions. The overall proportion of faculty by gender is 44% female to 56% male. 
There is also considerable diversity among faculty members, who come from thirty-two different countries.  
Benefits
The successful candidate will have a multi-year renewable contract, no mandatory retirement age, a competitive compensation and benefits package, including accommodation, health care (including for dependents) and two flights home per year for the candidate and dependents. School age children are eligible for subsidised school fees. The campus has a Montessori school for younger children, and several English language international schools are available in the city. International candidates have a ten percent flat taxation rate. 
For a further information, please contact Beibit Askaruly, General Manager of SSH: [email protected]
This position will be open until filled. 

Faculty Position for Development Management

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The Asian Institute of Management has an available open rank faculty position in the area of Development.  Faculty members report to the Associate Dean of the Institute. 
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS (ESSENTIAL)
Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree in Economics or related field (e.g., Public Policy) at the time of appointment. Applicants considered for Associate or Full Professor must have a track record or a strong trajectory publishing in International Journals. 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE GAINED IN AN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT (DESIRABLE)
Professional experience in Economics or related fields (e.g., Public Policy), and a strong interest in development 
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Demonstrable expertise in the field of Economics, or a closely related discipline.
Candidates should demonstrate a strong record of teaching excellence and scholarly research in one or more of the following fields, all within development:
Microeconomics (firm-level analysis)
Cities and urban development
Climate change and the environment
Growth
Economic Transformation
Trade
Development finance 
The faculty is also expected to actively engage in various Program, School, and Institute committees and participate in community service. Excellent interpersonal, communication and management skills are also required. Faculty members have the following teaching, research, and citizenship responsibilities: 
TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES
Undertake teaching in degree and non-degree programs
Play a significant role in the design, development, planning, and review of courses, modules, etc. for degree and non-degree programs
Provide general guidance and support to students, and give timely and relevant feedback
Mentor students undertaking capstone projects, learning labs, and other projects or activities 
RESEARCH RESPONSIBILITIES
Aim to be recognized as a thought leader in their chosen field, developing and maintaining an external profile appropriate to the discipline
Perform research and scholarly activities and remain current
Undertake research and publish in internationally recognized peer-reviewed journals 
CITIZENSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES
Uphold the Institute’s values in all activities, both personal and professional
Be an active and responsible member of the Institute’s collegial body and be willing to accept administrative assignments as the leadership sees appropriate
Contribute to the management, administrative processes, and committee responsibilities of the Institute
Actively take part in activities of Programs, Schools, and Institute 
APPLICATION PROCESS 
Applicants must apply online by submitting their 1) letter of interest and 2) a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae, including educational background, work and/or consulting experience, and a list of the applicant’s research publications. Please click ‘Apply’. 
For questions on the application processes and requirements, please send an email at [email protected]

Author in Business and Management

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Challenging, interesting and constantly changing, the University of Derby is an exceptional place to learn and an incredibly rewarding place to work. 
Ours is an extraordinary educational environment and because we specialise in identifying and developing individual potential, you can be confident you’ll receive all the help and encouragement you need to build a rewarding career with lots of opportunities to progress. 
Our combined higher and further education offering is spread over campuses in Derby, Buxton, Leek and Chesterfield and we have some of the best university facilities in the UK, investing more than £200 million in facilities in the last 10 years. 
We achieve outstanding results for our teaching and research and with more than 34,000 people choosing to study with us every year, we depend on the dedication of a team of 2,200 academic and professional services staff. 
Financially strong and seriously ambitious we offer our employees a family-friendly, rewarding career with lots of opportunities to progress. 
About the role 
Experienced academics are invited to contribute to the curriculum on the BSc (H) Business and Management online programme and develop content for the modules at Levels 4-5. You’ll be responsible for writing and developing academic content, materials and activities at an appropriate level and using relevant media and tools for learners studying online. You will work together with an academic from the BLSS College and a learning designer from the Content Team (the team are able to offer assistance with technology enhancement features and graphic design). We expect the materials produced by authors to be of high quality, to cover relevant theory and recent research, as well as practical examples and applications in enough depth and detail. 
The modules for authoring are below, please note the % of the content update required and the respective hours allocated for the job. 
Level 4 Business Economics   – 100% – 120 hours 
Level 5 Macroeconomics – 30% update – 36 hours 
Upon completion, successful authors will be paid £721.95 to £2,406.71 (depending on module level and hours).
Key milestones for Macroeconomics (tentative):   
High Level Plan due 5 August 2022 
Unit 1 due 26 August 2022 
Units 2-3 due 30 September 2022 (and Reading List) 
Units 4-6 due 28 October 2022 (and Assessment Brief) 
Units 7-10 due 25 November 2022 
Key milestones for Business Economics (tentative): 
High Level Plan due 12 September 2022 
Unit 1 due 3 October 2022 
Units 2-3 due 7 November 2022 (and Reading List) 
Units 4-6 due 5 December 2022 (and Assessment Brief) 
Units 7-10 due 9 January 2023 
Please note that unfortunately, this role will not attract sufficient points to obtain a sponsored Skilled Worker visa under the UK Visas & Immigration points-based immigration system; however, applications are welcome from candidates who do not currently have the right to work in the UK, but who would be eligible to obtain a valid visa via another route. Please consult the Home office website for further information. 
For more information and to apply on-line, please click the “Apply” button: 
https://www.derby.ac.uk/jobs/current-vacancies/author-business-management/ 

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Business and Management

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We are seeking to appoint a highly skilled Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in the Business and Management subject area to provide academic and professional insight in order to contribute to educational delivery, including course design (as required) across our range of pioneering programmes at UA92. You will have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and an innovative approach to delivering the curriculum. Ideally, you will have experience of teaching in higher education and hold a Master’s level or above (or equivalent) qualification, alongside academic expertise in the domain.  
Acting as a role model practitioner and a specialist you will help lead the development and delivery of the curriculum, assessment of learning and ensure academic administration responsibilities are discharged, for example quality assurance and enhancement. You will ensure students have a sector-leading learning experience with a strong trajectory into employment and early career advancement.
You will join a growing, agile and forward-looking academic team and will work collegiately across the institution, and with employer partners to embed the principles, philosophy and values of UA92. You will work with other senior academics to ensure ambitious performance and growth targets are met in your areas of responsibility.
Your responsibilities will include:
Ensuring the development of high-quality learning resources and delivery of engaging learning activities.
Ensuring design and application of robust assessment vehicles and provision of regular and constructive student feedback.
Ensuring individual learners are well supported in their personal development journeys.
Engaging with industry partners to ensure the curriculum and its delivery has currency from professional practice and prospective employer perspective.
Actively participating in aspiration raising, student recruitment and partnership developments, ensuring strong student recruitment, satisfaction, continuation, attainment and progression.
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR 
We are looking for bright and well-qualified individuals with proven sector experience and with a track record of success and personal credibility in . We are particularly looking for candidates with subject expertise in a range of the following areas:  
Leadership
Economics
Marketing
Business Technology
Operations Management
Sports Management
Events Management
You will be a highly effective educator with exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.  You will be competent and confident using Microsoft Office tools for communication, time management and delivery of high quality and interactive learning. You will also have a passion for providing accessible, high-quality, university-level education, be an innovator in your own practice, be a strong team player and collaborator and be committed to UA92’s values and behaviours.
This represents an exciting opportunity to join and shape the future of  UA92 and play a key role in driving forward our plans for development.
Normal working hours are 37.5 per week. However, due to the nature of the post you will be expected to work flexibly. Consideration will be given to applications for part-time or flexible work, subject to business needs.  
Informal enquiries can be made to  (Head of Learning and TeachingSenior Tutor and Course Leader, ) via [email protected]
WHAT WE OFFER
An empowering and agile working culture, enabling you to live your lifestyle, fuel your passions and do your best work
A competitive salary
35 days of annual leave (including bank holidays) + 2 weeks paid leave over Christmas and New Years
Birthday Leave, our gift to you!
Comprehensive Medical Insurance with Aviva
Annual Eye Care and Glasses Voucher with Specsavers
Comprehensive Life Insurance with AIG
Generous Pension Scheme
Learning and Development Opportunities include Free full access to LinkedIn Learning, our Develop Yourself Funding programme and a variety of Workshops and Sessions
UA92 in the Community (three paid days leave for community/charity activity annually)
Cycle to Work Scheme
Perks and Discounts
Access to onsite facilities (including a gym and dance studio from September 2022)
And much more!
At UA92 we are proud to be Deliberately Different.UA92 is a transformative higher education institution offering courses in the areas of Business/Accounting, Media/Journalism, Digital and Sport. Founded by a unique partnership between Academic pioneers Lancaster University, and the Manchester United legends the Class of 92. UA92 continues to build a ‘best in class’ team of change makers; expert educators and experienced professionals, with the passion, drive and ability to drive our game-changing organisation forward at pace.
We are Changing the Game. We Think Different and We Make Things Happen.Developing world class facilities to serve the needs of our curriculum, like our state of the art Digital Academy, Media Labs and Sports Performance Centres. Pioneering industry integrated partnerships with heavyweights like Microsoft (who share the building with us), Talk Talk, KPMG, Lancashire County Cricket Club Emirates Stadium and Manchester United Football Club. We are continuously growing and expanding with innovative spaces, partnerships and courses for learning, collaboration, and innovation.
We are One Team. We Empower, Enable, Entrust and Engage all our People to do their Best Work.At UA92, you will have the opportunity to make an impact in a place where innovation is constant, challenging convention is embraced, and the vision is big. We are proud to be One Team, interconnected in all we do to deliver an exceptional, inclusive, and highly accessible educational and higher education experience for all our students. If you are a values driven, forward-thinking, One Team player with an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for social mobility through life-transforming, career-making higher education, then we are keen to hear from you!
We believe in empowering, enabling, and entrusting all our colleagues to do your best work, whilst ensuring you find the balance to live the lifestyle of your choice. We believe working life and your personal life can live in harmony and complement one another, and we have worked hard to build a place and culture that promotes exactly that. A place that promotes individual wellness and wellbeing. A place where everyone can be themselves, where difference is not only welcome, but embraced. Where no idea is too big. We believe everyone benefits when everybody is in, and nobody is left out.
 HOW TO APPLY 
Press the Jobs.ac.uk ‘Apply’ button where you can email a copy of your CV and a cover letter to (please leave the subject title unchanged)
For more about UA92 and all current and future job vacancies, you can visit www.ua92.ac.uk. 
UA92 values diversity and is committed to equal opportunities. We welcome applications from all sections of the community
HOURS: Full time (37.5 per week)
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 13th June 2021
INTERVIEW DATE: Week commencing 20th and 27th June 2021 (subject to change)
UA92 values diversity and is committed to equal opportunities. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Research Assistant/Associate

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Company description:
We are a world class research-intensive university. We deliver teaching and learning of the highest quality. We play a leading role in economic, social and cultural development of the North East of England. Attracting and retaining high-calibre people is fundamental to our continued success.
Job description:
The Role
The School of Dental Sciences, Newcastle University is undertaking an economic evaluation of community water fluoridation. The FLO-WAVE study (FLuOridated WAter: Public Values & Evaluation of Cost-Benefit) aims to gather values from members of the public using contingent valuation for water fluoridation and conduct a cost-benefit analysis.
We are seeking a Research Associate/Assistant to be involved with the economic analysis. Applicants should have experience of economic modelling ideally for public health interventions.
Find out more about the Faculty of Medical Sciences here.
Find out more about our Research Institutes here.This post is fixed term full time for a period of 16 months.
For informal enquiries contact: Dr Chris Vernazza, Senior Clinical Lecturer, School of Dental Sciences, [email protected] 

Course Leader: MSc Fashion Analytics and Forecasting

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MSc Fashion Analytics and Forecasting is a unique, fully online offer which combines fashion business expertise with machine learning, forecasting and statistical data analysis. The course responds to an industry skills gap and so positions graduates well for employment, consultancy or research futures in the fashion and allied industries.
The purpose of the role is to be responsible to the Programme Director for the academic leadership and management of the course, including the maintenance and enhancement of standards and responsibility for the design, development and delivery of the curriculum.
Why choose us?University of the Arts London is a vibrant world centre for innovation, drawing together six Colleges with international reputations in art, design, fashion, communication and performing arts.
London College of Fashion is extremely proud to be a global leader in fashion education, research and consultancy. Much of its success is down to its dedicated employees, and you will play an important role in shaping future creative professionals, and impact on the future of so many creative industries.
London College of Fashion, UAL is undertaking an unprecedented programme of change. In 2023 we will be consolidating our existing six sites into a new purpose-built campus as part of a new education and cultural district on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Ahead of this move, we welcome applications from candidates who live in and around East London, as well as from those keen to join us on this exciting and unique opportunity in our college’s history.
If you have any queries about this role, you may contact the LCF Staffing Team at [email protected] phone: 07730 900321.
Your profileA Master of Science qualification in a quantitative discipline is essential (e.g., machine learning, time series analysis & forecasting, statistics, data mining, or econometrics). A teaching qualification (or the willingness to obtain), and a professional qualification in data analytics, forecasting, big data, management, or marketing is desirable.
You will also need experience of teaching and assessment in a higher education environment with evidence of research, knowledge exchange and/ or professional practice.
For further details and to apply please click the apply button.
Closing date: 8 June 2022 23:55.
UAL is committed to creating diverse and inclusive environments for all staff and students to work and learn – a university where we can be ourselves and reach our full potential. We offer a range of family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements and Staff Support Networks. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds, including race, disability, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion and belief, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, and caring responsibility.

Senior Research Associate/Research Fellow in Health Economic Modelling

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The role
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a talented health economic modeller with an interest in the diagnostic research to work partly with the Bristol Technology Assessment Group (Bristol TAG) and the Health Economics Bristol (HEB) research group. Bristol TAG is contracted by the NIHR to conduct independent reviews of healthcare technologies, to support the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidance committees and other policy makers. HEB researchers work across a range of topics including: the economics of health and care across the life course; efficiency and equity in health care decisions; and developing methods for applied health economics.
What will you be doing?
Within Bristol TAG, you will work primarily on the Diagnostics Assessment Programme. This evaluates the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of diagnostic technologies to determine whether a patient has a particular condition, to categorise into stage or severity, or to detect changes in the condition. You will contribute to Evidence Assessment Reports developing an economic model to assess the cost-effectiveness evidence for the diagnostic technologies under review. Within HEB, you will work on the Optimal Testing Programme which is funded by an NIHR Programme Development Grant with the overall aim of optimising testing to monitor long term conditions (hypertension, type 2 diabetes, and chronic kidney disease) in primary care by developing evidence-based testing strategies (EBTS) and accompanying patient and clinician materials. You will adapt and/or develop economic models using a linked evidence approach to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of laboratory testing panels and the frequency of their use for monitoring these conditions. Modelling methods that may be used include decision trees, state-transition Markov models, and patient level simulations. Models may cover patients suffering from multiple diseases (i.e., multimorbidity models) and require innovative techniques implemented in statistical programming languages (e.g., R). 
You should apply if
You have strong training in heath economics including decision modelling
You have experience critiquing and building economic models (especially decision tree and Markov models) – essential for candidates applying for Senior Research Associate
Knowledge and an interest in diagnostic test accuracy research
You have an enthusiasm to contribute to NICE appraisals
You are willing to attend professional development activities to keep skills up-to-date
You work well in a multidisciplinary team
You have a relevant MSc if applying for Senior Research Associate
You have a relevant PhD (or equivalent independent research experience) if you are applying for Research Fellow
Additional information
For further information, please contact Professor Nicky Welton ([email protected]), Professor Will Hollingworth ([email protected]) or Dr Howard Thom ([email protected]).
Contract type: Open ended with funding for 3 years
Work pattern: Full time or part-time working
Grade: J or K: Pathway 2
Salary: J: £38,587 – £43,434 per annum / K: £44,706 – £50,296 per annum  (pro rata if applicable)
School/Unit: Bristol Medical School
We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.

Research Scientist

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Two year posts (with the possibility of an extension)
Applications are invited for a Temporary post of a Research Scientist within UCD School of Business.
University College Dublin (UCD) has openings for Research Scientist positions for a programme of research in Financial Econometrics or Empirical Finance.
The successful candidates will work under the direction of Professor John Cotter and Associate Professor Thomas Conlon. Applicants should have a background in Economics, Finance, Financial Economics, Computer Science or related disciplines.
The FINTECH project is funded by Science Foundation Ireland. The goal of FINTECH is to build financial research capacity with Ireland and compete globally. We provide a rich and vibrant research environment for our researchers.  The Post-Doctoral scholarships offer an attractive package including a competitive salary and support for research activities (travel grant, access to a wide array of research databases etc.). While working in the FINTECH project you will be able to meet, share and collaborate with world-leading academics. Our Scientific Advisory Board includes: Prof Maureen O’Hara (Cornell), Prof Michael Brennan (UCLA), Prof John McConnell (Purdue), Prof Matthew Spiegel (Yale), Prof Rene Stulz (Ohio State), Prof Douglas Breeden (Duke) and Josef Zechner (WU Vienna University). 
Salary Range: €35,000 – €70,000 per annum* 
* Salary offered will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Closing date: 17:00hrs (local Irish time) on 20th June 2022 (Date competition is closing).
Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified. Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD are unable to accept late applications.
UCD do not require assistance from Recruitment Agencies. Any CV’s submitted by Recruitment Agencies will be returned.
Prior to application, further information (including application procedure) should be obtained from the Work at UCD website: https://www.ucd.ie/workatucd/jobs/.

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Economics

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Background
Christ Church Business School is recruiting an increasing number of undergraduate and postgraduate students and growing our collaborative partnerships across the globe from Hong Kong through mainland China, Sri Lanka, Dubai, Cyprus and Greece to London. To service such expansion we are now seeking to make nine new academic appointments across the School.
The Role
Working within Christ Church Business School’s Accounting, Economics and Finance Section, you will be responsible for providing an outstanding student learning experience, demonstrating creativity and innovation in the effective planning and delivery of seminars, workshops, tutorials, dissertation and business project supervision, and other forms of learning opportunities. This may include face-to-face, blended, virtual, corporate/post-experience and international delivery.
You will provide high quality management of modules in Economics at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, engaging with employers where appropriate, as well as providing pastoral and academic advice to students, taking a proactive approach to the implementation of established quality assurance processes and contributing to the design and implementation of quality enhancement initiatives.
The Person
You will have specialist knowledge of Economics and the ability and willingness to teach across the wider subject domain. Pluralistic and multidisciplinary approaches are particularly welcomed. You should have the ability to develop and deliver online and blended learning materials to support learners effectively in these modes using a VLE.
You will have evidence of ability to plan, design and deliver a high quality student learning experience in a creative and innovative way.
The ability to provide academic leadership in the development of new modules and courses is essential for appointment at Senior Lecturer level.
Additional Information
Note, if a candidate needs to be sponsored for a ‘Skilled Worker’ route visa and they are not found appointable at Senior Lecturer level they may need to be appointed as a fixed-term Lecturer in line with UK Visas and Immigration guidance.
This post comes with excellent benefits including a 17.5% Employer contribution pension scheme, as well as discounts for private health care (BUPA) and many stores, restaurants and health clubs in the area.  In addition, you will have the opportunity to work in an enthusiastic, vibrant and friendly department.
Canterbury Christ Church University is committed to equality of opportunity, supporting and encouraging underrepresented groups as well as valuing diversity. We promote wider inclusion through our policies such as the Race Equality Charter, StoneWall for LGBT+ groups and the Disability Confident Scheme, guaranteeing an interview to all disabled candidates which meet the essential criteria for our roles.
We aim to create an inclusive working culture in which all employees feel valued. We particularly welcome applications from disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates, which are currently underrepresented throughout Canterbury Christ Church. We are committed to improving employment opportunities for ethnic minorities. We also welcome applications from LGB, Trans and Non-binary candidates. All applications decisions and progression opportunities through the University will be determined by personal merit only.
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PhD Scholarship in (Un)sustainable Behaviour

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Do you want to break new ground and push the boundaries of sustainable design towards higher impact? 
If you have a MSc in Economics (behavioural/ecological/energy), Psychology (environmental/ evolutionary), Social Sciences or related areas and you want to work at the very front of the new scientific revolution within sustainable design, this is a job for you to thrive. 
At DTU Construct you will break new ground at the absolute forefront for enabling the design of sustainable solutions and be an active part of REBOUNDLESS, a prestigious ERC Consolidator Grant project, recently awarded by the European Research Council. 
You will contribute to the development of the reboundless design theory, a paradigm shift in design science that will establish the scientific knowledge for preventing rebound effects (i.e., unintended consequences of interventions that arise due to induced changes in system behaviour leading to higher sustainability impacts). You will have the opportunity to join top interdisciplinary scientists from all over the world and make a personal impact in solving some of the most critical challenges the world is facing. 
Never before has there been a stronger global focus on solving the pressing sustainability challenges, but the expected positive societal impact will not be achieved unless rebound effects are prevented. 
Responsibilities and qualifications 
Unveiling the mechanisms giving rise to rebound effects
Your focus will be to support the identification of the behavioural mechanisms of rebound effects triggered by efficiency, effectiveness and sufficiency design strategies, building upon existing cases with empirical evidence of rebound effects occurring at the product, product/service system and socio-technical levels. 
More specifically, you will focus on expanding the current understanding of the triggers, drivers and mechanisms giving rise to rebound effects, further advancing current knowledge of rebound effects from ecological economics, energy economics, etc. In collaboration with a behavioural economics postdoc researcher, you will support the development of systemic mechanisms causing the observed rebound effects. Your primary tasks will include: 
Collect, categorize and systematize cases and datasets with empirical evidence of rebound effects
Identify the key behavioural factors giving rise to the occurrence of rebound effects via meta-analysis (incl. qualitative and quantitative data analysis)
Develop behavioural mechanisms and patterns of behaviour
Publish research results in high-end scientific articles and conferences
Support with supervision of BSc and MSc students, as well as engage in teaching activities 
Your new workplace will be DTU’s main campus in Kgs. Lyngby, Copenhagen.  
MSc in Economics (behavioural/ecological/energy), Psychology (environmental/ evolutionary), Social Sciences or related areas
We are looking for a talented and ambitious early-stage scientist with a collaborative mindset and critical thinking backed by excellent communication ability in written and spoken English. Equally important is it that you like to create results based on knowledge sharing and positive teamwork. 
You must have a two-year master’s degree (120 ECTS points) or a similar degree with an academic level equivalent to a two-year master’s degree within Economics (behavioural/ecological/ energy), Psychology (environmental/ evolutionary), Social Sciences or related areas. 
Application procedure
To apply, please read the full job advertisement on our website. Please click Apply.
Application deadline: 31 July 2022 

PhD in Economics and Management

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Vilnius University 
The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration at Vilnius University – a leading institution in economic and business research in the Baltic region, welcomes prospective PhD researchers to fill in up to ten places to pursue a doctoral degree in a wide range of topics in the fields of Economics and Management. 
Our PhD programmes are designed to provide world-class theoretical and practical training in these areas. They prepare highly qualified specialists for academic careers and careers outside academia. 
Our PhD students join a vibrant research community and can benefit from: 
Flexible curricula;
Lectures by highly qualified researchers;
Publishing opportunities;
Participation in international workshops, academic projects, conferences and internships;
Most up-to-date library and study facilities;
A vast research competencies development programme;
Scholarships (€760-€880 net per month) and tuition fee waivers, research allowances and employment possibilities. 
The duration of full-time doctoral programme is four years. 
Admission
The deadline to submit applications is 24 June 2022. For application procedure, requirements, documents and other important details, please click Apply.
For more information, please contact: [email protected]

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