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New position available: Assistant Professor in Economic History at Bocconi University

Job vacancy: Assistant Professor in Economic History at Bocconi University

Deadline for applications is January 7th, 2020

The successful candidate is expected to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Knowledge of Italian is not required.  Applicants should hold or expect a PhD in economic history, economics or equivalent before 1 September 2020. Terms of employment are competitive. The successful applicant will have to demonstrate strong potential in research, and an ability to publish in top international journals in business history and general economic history.

Applications should be received by 7 January 2020 via the on-line form using PDF attachments here. Candidates may be invited to give a job talk at Bocconi. To ensure full consideration, applicants must submit:

  • a scientific curriculum vitae;
  • titles, publications, and documents which the candidates intend to submit for this evaluation;
  • the name of at least three highly-qualified academic referees.

Bocconi University is a leading European research and teaching institution in economics, social sciences, management and related disciplines. Bocconi is located in Italy’s most vibrant centre, Milan, a historic, cosmopolitan and international city that is very well connected to the rest of Europe and the world.

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