Full Professor in Labor Economics (W3) (f/m/x)
The Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH) – Member of the Leibniz Association and the Faculty of Law, Economics and Business at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg jointly seek qualified candidates to fill a position at the rank of Full Professor in Labor Economics (W3) (f/m/x).
deadline: May 16, 2021
We expect the candidate (f/m/x) to possess an excellent research profile in labor economics and the willingness to further develop the labor economics group at IWH. We look for a profile geared towards micro-based labor market research with a focus on firms and workers. A strong background in the fields of structural change at the labor market, allocation of labor across firms and sectors, and in the wage formation process is of particular interest. An empirical approach, the willingness to apply economic research to policy questions, and a tight fit to the IWH research profile are desired. The candidate demonstrates academic excellence by means of top publications in international peer-reviewed journals and has developed and taught advanced economic graduate courses. Successful (co-)supervision of PhD students and junior faculty as well as the acquisition of competitive third-party funding are strong advantages. An existing network of international research collaborations is expected. Knowledge of the German language is not a requirement.
The IWH is one of seven economic research institutes of the Leibniz Association in Germany (www.iwh-halle.de). It focuses on research in structural change and productivity, finance, and macroeconomics. The Professorship will assume the position of a Senior Research Advisor associated with the Department of Structural Change and Productivity. The Professorship is assigned to the Faculty of Law, Economics and Business at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg.
In legal terms, there will be an individual selection process carried out for the position hereby announced according to the Higher Education Act of the State of Saxony-Anhalt. If the successful candidate meets the legal requirements, he or she will be appointed as a civil servant in a permanent position. There is a reduced teaching load of two hours per week per semester. Working place is Halle.
The Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg and the IWH seek to increase the number of women in research and teaching. Therefore, both actively encourage qualified women to apply. Applicants with disabilities will be given preference to other candidates with equal qualifications.
Applications including CV, list of publications, documentation of previous teaching experience including evaluation reports, conference talks, and successfully acquired third-party funding should be submitted electronically (as a PDF of < 2MB) no later than May 16, 2021, to:
Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung Halle (IWH)
Kleine Märkerstr. 8
06108 Halle (Saale)
For inquiries about the position, you can contact the head of the Department Structural Change and Productivity at the IWH, Professor Dr Steffen Mueller at (email@example.com).