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CHLR -Junior Prof. Recruiting

Title CHLR -Junior Prof. Recruiting
Date 2010-11-01
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 Central University of Finance and Economics (CUFE), BeijingChina

China Center for Human Capital and Labor Market Research (CHLR)


J0 Labor Economics
C1 Applied Econometrics
C8 Data Collection and Analysis Econometrics
I1 Health Economics
D0 Microeconomic Theory
O1 Development Economics
O4 Economic Growth and Aggregate Productivity
L0 Industrial Organization

 

Subject to budget approval, the China Center for Human Capital and Labor Market Research at the Central University of Finance and Economics, BeijingChina, wishes to hire up to 3 full-time faculty members with rank open. The Center invites applicants with research in a broad area related to studies in human capital and labor markets, including demand for and supply of skills, wages, education, training, mobility, productivity, health, and social safety net. Besides teaching graduate courses, faculty members are also expected to advise graduate students and participate in committee work. The compensation package is competitive and commensurate with qualifications. Other benefits include research fund and housing subsidy. Contracts will normally start in fall 2011 but may begin as early as spring 2011.

 

Chinese language is not a requirement and we welcome applications from academics in all countries. Applicants should submit (in electronic form only) detailed curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, sample research papers, sample syllabus and summary teaching evaluations to Recruiting Committee Chair, Professor Xiaojun Wang at University of Hawaii by email: xiaojun@hawaii.edu, cc to chlr.recruiting@gmail.com, subject line: CHLR Recruiting. Center faculty members will interview candidates at the 2011 AEA Meetings in DenverCO.  

 

The China Center for Human Capital and Labor Market Research at the Central University of Finance and Economics was established in March 2008.  It is an international research center for the study of human capital, labor markets, and their impact on economic development. The Center conducts research and provides graduate education leading to Master and Ph.D. degrees. English is the language of instruction in the program. 

 

The Center currently has 9 full-time and special-term faculty members, 9 special-term research fellows, nearly 50 master, doctoral and post-doctoral students, and 2 supporting staff members. All current faculty members hold Ph.D. degrees from U.S. universities. The Center is on the main campus of CUFE, which is centrally located in Beijing and close to a large number of other major institutions of higher education and research academies. To learn more about the Center, please visit our web site at http://humancapital.cufe.edu.cn

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