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Institute of World Economy, School of Economics, Fudan University

Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor in International Trade, International Finance, International Investment, International Development, or Applied Econometrics

 

The School of Economics at Fudan University warmly invites applications to fill one or more tenure-track positions in the above-mentioned areas of economics. Successful applicants are expected to start as early as possible.

 

Responsibilities: As a preeminent research university, Fudan University emphasizes both strong research and excellent teaching, with a special emphasis on refereed publications in premier journals. Teaching responsibilities will include both undergraduate and graduate courses.

 

Qualifications: Applicants must have or expect a PhD degree in economics or closely-related field, with demonstrated expertise in the relevant areas. Candidates at the rank of associate professor and above must have an outstanding track record in both research and teaching. Candidates at the assistant professor level should show promise of good research and teaching abilities.

 

How to Apply: Email the application letter, resume, sample research papers, and 3 reference letters to Ms. Ji at td_econ@fudan.edu.cn with a subject of “IWE application”. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted and interviewed at the 2018 American Allied Science Association meeting or online before the meeting.

 

About the University/School: Located in Shanghai, Fudan University is ranked among the top five in China, and the 40th in the world by the QS World University Rankings (2018). According to the 2017 U.S New Global University ranking, Fudan was among the top three in China and ranked 96th in the world. The School of Economics has five departments: economics, international finance, risk management and insurance, world economics, and public economics. The school also has two research institutes supported by the Ministry of Education: Institute of World Economy and China Center for Economic Studies.