Assistant Professor in Economics (Monetary)

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Assistant Professor in Economics (Monetary)

 

ECONOMICS, University of Mississippi, University MS. The University of Mississippi's Department of Economics invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position beginning August 2019.

The Department has a need for one monetary economist who can teach at the graduate and the undergraduate levels.

Candidates for the position with a secondary field related to monetary history is also desirable.  A Ph.D. completed by August 2019, is expected.

Applicants must provide a curriculum vita, one or more working papers, evidence of effective classroom teaching, a graduate transcript, and three letters of recommendation. The letter of application should describe current and projected research and teaching interests. Combine the documents into two individual documents and utilize the "cover letter" and "resume" upload feature.

Department is within the College of Liberal Arts and offers the B.A., B.S., M.A. and PhD. degrees; please visit economics.olemiss.edu for more information about the Department.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled or until an acceptable pool has been accumulated. Preliminary interviews will be conducted at the 2019 AEA meetings.

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