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Title:  talents recruitment
Category:  General Economics and Teaching
Employer:  College of Economics,Jinan University
Deadline:  9/29/2018 12:00:00 AM
Post Date:  11/28/2016 12:00:00 AM
Location:  301 College of Economics, Jinan University, 601 Huangpu Avenue West, Guangzhou, China
Contact:  Home Page: Contact: Mr. Yan, Ms Weng Tel: 86-20-85220567, 86-20-85220168 Fax: 86-20-85222477
Describe:  Founded in 1906, Jinan University, with a history of 110 years is one of the few oldest universities in China. It ranks among Project 211 and is now on her way to achieving High-level University. As one of the 7 universities selected into the strategic provincial High-level University Construction program, Jinan University is to receive 1 billion RMB financial support from Guangdong government from 2015 to 2017. This will strongly enhance the talent introduction and faculty building of Jinan University, and accelerate JNU`s construction of domestic first-class and world famous High-level University. The discipline of economics started in Jinan University as early as 1918. In 1980, the College of Economics was set up with the approval of the Ministry of Education (the Education Commission then). Currently, the College has a faculty and staff of 180, 1,700 undergraduates, 1,500 postgraduate students, 6 departments or institutes with teaching tasks. . The College boasts 8 undergraduate majors, 3 first-tier masters disciplines: Applied Economics, Theoretical Economics and Statistics. It has 2 first-tier Ph.D. programs in Applied Economics and Statistics,1 second-tier Ph.D. program in Theoretical Economics. In addition, there are 2 post-doctoral scientific stations, 2 National Key Disciplines: Finance and Industrial Economics, 3 Provincial Key Disciplines: Applied Economics, Theoretical Economics and Statistics. In the appraisal conducted by the National Degree and Graduate Studies Center in 2012, Applied Economics of the college ranked No. 10 of the 88 universities surveyed. In order to realize the goal of attaining High Standard University, the College intends to attract worldwide 30 talents with high degree and research potential of achievement in the next few years. ▲ Majors and Disciplines Departments/Institutes Majors and Disciplines Recruiting Numbers Department of Economics Population,resources and environmental economics (2) Labor economics (3) Urban economics 4 Experimental economics 3 Developmental economics (2) Applied econometrics (2) Department of Finance Finance and related majors (8 to 10) Department of Statistics Mathematical statistics (2) Actuarial studies (2) Economic statistics (2) Department of International Economy and Trade International economics (3) International business (2) Department of Public finance and Taxation Public economics, including public finance, public management, public policy, and taxation policy etc. (4) Institute of Hong Kong, Macau and SEZs Economy Regional Economics (2) Economic Geography (2) Spatial Economics (2) ▲ Pay and Welfare The College of Economics offers competitive pay and welfare treatment to talents introduced in salaries, research funds, living subsidies, research team building, research platform construction, etc. ▲ Chief Requirements Ⅰ.Leading Talents: those who are selected as awardees of“The Thousand Talents Plan”, “Changjiang Scholars Programme”, Winners of The National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars or equivalents Ⅱ.Outstanding Talents: those who are listed as awardees of Youth Program of “The Thousand Talents Plan”, Youth Program of“Changjiang Scholars Program”, Top-notch Talents Support Program (Youth) and National Outstanding Youth Science Funds or equivalents ? Ⅲ. Youth Backbone Talents: prominent Ph.D. and post-doctoral scholars with adequate prospects, with outstanding research achievements ▲ Application Materials: Ⅰ. Resume Ⅱ.A list of papers published (indicating citations in SCI, EI, SSCI or CSSCI, impact factor of journals and quoted numbers of each paper), research programs, awards. Ⅲ. 5 representative research papers (full). Ⅳ. Copies of certificates of research programs and awards . Ⅴ. Copies of certificates of present academic positions. Ⅵ. Certificates of diploma and degrees. ⅥI. Work plans if selected by t
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