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New PhD positions available: 2 Postdoctoral posititions (Call for Talent Grants attached to Research Institutes) at Institute for Advanced Research in Business and Economics (INARBE) of Universidad Pública de Navarra

The Institute for Advanced Research in Business and Economics (INARBE) of Universidad Pública de Navarra (Public University of Navarre, Spain) is seeking to appoint two (2) talented Postdoctoral Researchers to work for two (2) years in any of its research lines: Economic analysis of organisations and business strategies, Economic market analysis and Analysis of public policies

The purpose of the talent grants is to reinforce and consolidate the research activity of the Research Institutes, focusing this activity towards excellence in research. They are therefore aimed at researchers with proven postdoctoral experience of at least two years.

Interested applicants need to submit and defend a Research Project Proposal in line with the Institute's lines of research as a part of their applications.

The Institute for Advanced Research in Business and Economics (INARBE) is a Research Institute whose objective is the analysis of the strategies and policies adopted by the different economic agents (companies and public institutions in their majority), and its effects on business performance and social welfare. INARBE is made up of more than 50 researchers from different areas of knowledge.

In recent years, Universidad Pública de Navarra (Public University of Navarre, Spain) has begun an important restructuring of its scientific activities through the creation of Research Institutes following multidisciplinary lines of research with more ambitious objectives and greater scientific visibility. Consolidating these research structures requires programmes to attract researchers to enable some of the best scientists to become part of these institutes in order to achieve excellence in research, promoting the developments carried out within the Institutes. In addition, the consolidation of these Research Institutes is included as a strategic objective of the Strategic Plan for the coming years.

These positions are supported and funded by Obra Social "La Caixa" and Fundación Caja Navarra.

For additional information on the position and the application process please visit:
https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/411737

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