Assistant Professor in Residence, Economics
University of Connecticut, Waterbury

The Department of Economics at the University of Connecticut seeks to fill a full-time faculty position on the Waterbury campus to teach undergraduate economics courses beginning August 23, 2019. The position will be for non-tenure-track “In-Residence” faculty, which may lead to long-term, multi-year contracts. The teaching load will be 7 courses per year or the equivalent, including upper division theory and field courses, and principles.

The successful candidates will be expected to share a deep commitment to effective instruction at the undergraduate level and to the mentoring of students in their professional development. Candidates will also share a commitment to the development and innovative improvement of economics courses. In addition, individuals will be expected to contribute to the scholarship of teaching and outreach activities. Successful candidates will also be expected to broaden participation among members of under-represented groups; demonstrate through their activities the richness of diversity in the learning experience; integrate multicultural experiences into instructional methods and research tools; contribute to the development of pedagogical techniques designed to meet the needs of diverse learning styles and intellectual interests.

Minimum Qualifications:

Ph.D. in Economics; demonstrated excellence and experience in teaching; and excellent oral and written communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications:

Active scholarly research agenda; complement scholarly activities in department; demonstrated interest in undergraduate instruction, and experience teaching a variety of upper division field courses.

Appointment Terms

This is a nine-month, non-tenure track position which may lead to long-term multi-year contracts. The anticipated start date is August 23, 2019. The successful candidate’s academic appointment will be at the Waterbury campus. Faculty may be asked to teach at the UConn Storrs campus as part of their ordinary workload. Salary will be competitive with the national market.

To Apply

Please submit the following application requirements to to complete your application: a cover letter, CV, sample syllabi, a teaching statement, a statement of research interests, a statement on diversity and inclusive learning, and teaching evaluations. Additionally, please direct three reference writers (at least one is to be a teaching reference) to submit letters on your behalf. Screening of applications will begin on June 10, 2019.

Employment of the successful candidate will be contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment criminal background check. (Search #2019529)

This position will be filled subject to budgetary approval.

All employees are subject to adherence to the State Code of Ethics which may be found at

For more information regarding the Department of Economics please visit the department website at

The University of Connecticut is committed to building and supporting a multicultural and diverse community of students, faculty and staff. The diversity of students, faculty and staff continues to increase, as does the number of honors students, valedictorians and salutatorians who consistently make UConn their top choice. More than 100 research centers and institutes serve the University’s teaching, research, diversity, and outreach missions, leading to UConn’s ranking as one of the nation’s top research universities. UConn’s faculty and staff are the critical link to fostering and expanding our vibrant, multicultural and diverse University community. As an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity employer, UConn encourages applications from women, veterans, people with disabilities and members of traditionally underrepresented populations.

Analyst in Financial Economics

Open: 5/10/2019 -6/14/2019
Salary: $99,172 to $128,920 per year

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) Government and Finance Division seeks an Analyst in Financial Economics to join its Banking, Insurance, Securities, and Macroeconomic Policy Section. The analyst will serve the United States Congress by providing in-depth research and analysis on policy issues pertinent to U.S. financial markets, financial regulation, and the U.S. economy, and may support research analyses undertaken throughout CRS.

The ideal candidate will have experience that blends detailed knowledge of financial economics, U.S. financial markets, and financial regulation with an understanding of public policy. Applicants should have knowledge of the history, trends, and current status of economics and federal policy as each relates to U.S. financial markets, financial regulation, or the U.S. economy. The successful candidate will demonstrate their ability to link knowledge of these principles and policies with each step of the legislative process. Strong writing, research, data analysis, and presentation skills are essential, as is the ability to work on a collaborative team.
Candidates with experience explaining principles, practices, and legislative options related to policy issues pertinent to U.S. financial markets, financial regulation, or the U.S. economy in terms that resonate with audiences without their level of expertise and/or providing sophisticated economic analysis to congressional staff and Members are encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate will possess expertise in housing finance, financial regulation, and/or macroeconomic policy, but may support research analyses undertaken throughout CRS.
CRS is fully committed to workforce diversity. Interested applicants must apply online,1,kqpgXRJkrjDHTnlXRoKEJNupwYOZI_8Pg64zTlMRHZ5BUnVBxrp6naEWKY8wcIhrEhES4cEObw4CmN6klGNjrx_Xx-xxA85Xu63hxW8copvUr4Q,&typo=1 .

Azusa Pacific is hiring for the Director of our Center for Public Affairs.

We are looking for someone who is a practitioner-scholar and can both lead the academic elements of the  Center (MPA, Study Away program for undergrads) and navigate the political climate in Sacramento (where the position is stationed). Ultimately the hope is that the Center can be a catalyst for Christian engagement in the common good within the political and public sphere. We intentionally want this engagement to not be partisan or ideological, but collaborative.

Manager/Senior Manager, Conferences and Events at The Washington Center for Equitable Growth

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Assistant Professor of Agriculture and Environmental Services at University of California

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Department of Economics Iowa State in Ames, Iowa

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Brandeis University Position AnnouncementChaired Professorship and Director of Institute on Assets and Social Policy

Position Description

The Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University invites applications

and nominations for the David R. Pokross Professor of Law and Social Policy, a 12-month tenured faculty position at the rank of Associate or Full Professor. We are seeking an energetic, dynamic visionary to address racial and economic justice in teaching, research, and practice, both as a Chair of the Assets and Inequality doctoral concentration and Director of the Institute on Assets and Social Policy (IASP). The Heller School is looking for candidates who are committed to the highest standards of scholarship with a track record funded research and public engagement.  We hope to identify a future colleague for whom our tagline, “knowledge advancing social justice,” resonates.

As Chair, the candidate selected for this position will help lead the Assets and Inequalities concentration for PhD students, including admissions, curriculum, comprehensive exams, and mentoring/advising.  As Director, the candidate will carry on our tradition of excellence within IASP to conduct research that advances economic opportunity and equity for individuals and families, particularly households of color and those kept out of the economic mainstream. Working at the intersections of academia, policy, and practice, IASP partners with diverse communities to transform structures, policies, and narratives. Grounded in a social justice tradition, our research informs strategic action for racial and economic justice to achieve an inclusive, equitable society.  IASP’s work currently centers around three overarching areas: racial wealth equity, work and opportunity pathways, and community and housing stability.  Projects range from short-term community-engaged evaluations to large-scale multi-year research endeavors.  At any given time, our staff includes an equivalent of 10 FTEs, working on about 10-12 externally-funded projects, and approximately 8-10 graduate research assistants.  We invite candidates with innovative approaches to enhance and expand this vision.

Primary responsibilities include:

Strategic Leadership. Play a lead role in expanding the Heller School’s research portfolio through fundraising and developing new areas of research, as well as helping to recruit highly qualified policy researchers to support the work. In particular, we are seeking candidates with a strong interest in applied research and generating knowledge to inform public policy.
Scholarship. Play a lead role in expanding the Heller School’s research portfolio in assets and social policy through directing research projects, working collaboratively to conceptualize new areas of applied research and practice, and disseminating scholarship through publication in peer review journals and other scholarly and policy outlets.
Teaching and Mentoring. Advise PhD and Master’s students in the Assets and Inequality concentration. Serve on PhD dissertation committees. Teach courses Heller’s graduate programs, as appropriate.
Policy Influence. Conduct public engagement.  This could include participation in activities related to research and policy through any number of venues including sitting on national committees, working closely with public agencies on policy and programs, or testifying before Congress.

The ideal candidate should have minimum of 8 years of experience after obtaining graduate education and a doctorate or other terminal degree in sociology, economics, public policy, social policy, anthropology, law, political science, or similar field. The candidate should have familiarity with key academic theories in the field (e.g., intersectionality, critical race theory), and demonstrate a record of scholarship that is tenurable at Brandeis University. The candidate should have a demonstrated ability to acquire grant and contract research funding and to work with funding organizations to expand partnerships and collaborations.  In addition, the candidate should have record of engagement with the larger academic field that is consistent with IASP’s goal of producing applied research that exposes and addresses inequality and promotes equity.

Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae and letter of application.  All applications will be treated confidentially. Final candidates will be asked to submit three confidential letters

of reference.  Brandeis University is committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in faculty scholarship, teaching, and service; applicants are encouraged to address these goals in their letter.  Review of applications will begin on March 1, 2019; however, applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.  Questions about the position can be directed to Darren Zinner, PhD, Associate Dean for Academic Personnel (

All applications should be sent through the Brandeis University Job portal.

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Economic Policy Institute (EPI)-Economist/Researcher I, Program on Race, Ethnicity and the Economy (PREE)

The Economic Policy Institute (EPI), the nation’s leading progressive economic think tank, is seeking a Ph.D. for a new position as Economist/Researcher I for EPI’s Program on Race, Ethnicity and the Economy (PREE). EPI launched PREE in 2008 to provide a more focused and integrated approach to exploring and explaining how race, ethnicity, gender and class intersect to affect economic outcomes for working people of color in the United States. By interpreting broad economic trends and policies through the lenses of race, ethnicity and gender, PREE helps to bolster EPI’s mission to use research and policy analysis to inform and empower people to seek solutions that ensure equitable access to broadly shared prosperity and opportunity.

The Economist/Researcher will be responsible for assisting the Director of PREE in planning and executing research that documents and explains economic disparities by race, ethnicity, gender and social class; explores the role of structural racism in shaping these differences; and analyzes the racial, ethnic and gender dimensions of major policy choices. Preference will be given to candidates with a demonstrated history of research that uses empirical data to examine racial economic disparities in housing, criminal justice or higher education, or with a research focus on economic outcomes for Hispanic, Native American and/or Asian American populations. This position is an excellent opportunity for scholars eager to do impactful research aimed at influencing the national dialogue on race and ethnicity, and in pursuit of racial and economic justice. Recent Ph.Ds are encouraged to apply.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Conducting original research, analyzing economic and demographic data, and evaluating and developing policy proposals related to communities of color and other areas of expertise
  • Preparing written reports, op-eds, blog posts and other documents accessible to multiple audiences
  • Engaging networks of academics, researchers, advocates and policymakers on issues and policies affecting communities of color
  • Providing technical assistance for policymakers, advocacy organizations and unions
  • Serving as an EPI spokesperson on issues and policies affecting communities of color, as well as issues related to other areas of expertise
  • Contributing to EPI’s data and statistical analysis infrastructure
  • Occasional travel to attend meetings and/or present research


  • Ph.D. in economics or related field, including sociology, public policy, or urban planning
  • Demonstrated research experience using quantitative and qualitative methods
  • Deep understanding of existing data sets that can be used to assess racial disparities related to area of expertise, including the existing literature on these topics
  • Strong writing and public speaking skills
  • Ability to work closely with others as part of a research team, as well as work independently
  • Ability to communicate effectively with technical and non-technical audiences, including the research community, the advocacy community, policymakers and the media
  • Experience with policy analysis and development of policy proposals (preferred)


  • EPI is a unionized workplace. This position is in the bargaining unit.
  • The salary for this position, dependent on experience, is $100,605 or higher annually, plus benefits.
  • EPI offers an excellent benefits package, including generous paid time off, as well as retirement contributions, medical, vision, dental, short- and long-term disability, and life insurance.
  • EPI is an Equal Opportunity employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse staff. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, marital status, veteran status, disability, or other categories protected by law.
  • To apply: Please send a cover letter articulating your interest in this particular job, along with a resume to Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.

Department of Human Sciences, The Ohio State University.

We are seeking to hire a minority scholar for a two-year postdoctoral position in the Department of Human Sciences, The Ohio State University.
The position is funded by the College of Education and Human Ecology Dean’s Diversity Postdoctoral Fellows Program at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. The expected start date is September 1, 2019.

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Central themes of the postdoctoral fellow’s research will be in the following issue areas of the U.S. Social Security Administration: (1) interactions between public assistance and social insurance over the life course; (2) role of health, health insurance, and financial decisions in household financial security; (3) how economically vulnerable households combine work, pensions, and social insurance over the life course; (4) low net-wealth households and retirement well-being, including the role of housing wealth, saving, and debt.

The postdoctoral scholar will be mentored by Dr. Loibl, Department of Human Sciences, Dr. Stephanie Moulton, John Glenn College of Public Affairs, and Dr. Haurin, Department of Economics, all at The Ohio State University. In addition, the postdoctoral fellow will be affiliated with the U.S. Social Security Administration’s Retirement and Disability Research Consortium at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for Financial Security (see:,1,DRkQUp-pkWXiUOPfRMKEilbU29PPw6OLSd4zbhCGZ4S-eJchJ–ESghlU78BiViuoQmYu7PmC64tFU77ZG9oOSf-iVKZ9Evok8g3IjxDFYG7IXyZJOnKz7IA&typo=1). Through this affiliation, the fellow will be enrolled in the Wisconsin RDRC post-doctoral training program and will collaborate with Loibl, Moulton and Haurin on their RDRC funded research.

*Applications are already due on December 14, 2018*. Pease use the following website to submit an application to this postdoctoral fellowship
program:,1,SWHnpW_5VSofk7FOoEWSSLFM3N-DYcKg6wjXfPc3SLook8LjP9-hInrVVt3iG6Lspo0aFMxjcPryT3enF7uMXGock2uCbmbsnzS27VGnWqw,&typo=1  Please contact Dr. Loibl by email ( prior to submitting an application, so we can give you guidance on the application materials.

SUNY/Empire State College seeks an Associate Dean for Labor Studies.

This person will be responsible for leading the current Harry Van ArsdaleJ Jr. Center for Labor Studies, located in NYC, as well as developing labor-related programs across the college.  Applicants should have a PhD in a related field and a strong background and experience in labor, as well as a commitment to labor studies and the labor movement.

For a detailed job description and additional information please refer to:

SDSU Department of Economics

The Department of Economics at @SDSU is hiring at the senior-level (Associate or Full) this year. The Department specializes in applied micro, though any field is welcome. See our JOE ad here:

The department of economics at Pomona College invites applications for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level beginning AY 2019-20

The department of economics at Pomona College invites applications for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level beginning AY 2019-20. We are searching for a behavioral economist. Secondary fields open. Ph.D. in hand or expected by August 2019.

Pomona College is a highly selective liberal arts college which attracts a diverse, national and international student body. Pomona is the founding member of The Claremont Colleges, whose campuses are contiguous and whose faculties include at least two other behavioral economists. The Pomona economics department has twelve full-time economists, and the other Claremont Colleges have 30 more. The teaching load is 2-2.

Candidates should apply through Academic Jobs Online Applications should include: cover letter; curriculum vitae; job market paper; graduate transcript(s); statement of teaching philosophy and experience; and three letters of recommendation. Either the cover letter or statement of teaching philosophy should contain a substantive discussion of the candidate’s demonstrated ability to mentor a diverse student body. To receive full consideration, complete applications should be received by November 30, 2018. We will be interviewing at the ASSA meetings.

Pomona College supports equal access to higher education and its ideal candidates will have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to improving higher education for students from underrepresented groups.

Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences-Department of Economics 

The Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences has announced it will include the Department of Economics as part of its Emerging Scholars Initiative (ESI) for post-baccalaureate students wishing to pursue a Ph.D. in Economics. The ESI Post-baccalaureate Research Education Program (ESIPREP) is open to recent college graduates interested in a Ph.D. and will span over a two-year period for students applying to the Economics program.

The ESI-PREP experience is intended to provide program participants with a foundation of knowledge and skills necessary to be successful graduate students. Specific objectives for the program participants are:

1.       To experience life as a graduate student at a major research university, taking courses, doing research and receiving mentoring alongside first year Ph.D. students.

2.       To study an educational curriculum that consists of research literature seminars, graduate school and career workshops, and GRE preparation.

All are welcome to apply, however, candidates must be US citizens or US permanent residents.  Recent graduates who are from backgrounds that have been underrepresented in their chosen fields of study, including, historically underrepresented minority students, first-generation college graduates, students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, or women in some STEM fields, are strongly encouraged to apply.

The Graduate School is taking applications through February 28, 2019.

For additional information on the program, visit the PREP webpage on the Yale Graduate School website.

San Francisco State University, Department of Economics seeks applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Public Economics beginning August 2019.

The mission of San Francisco State University is to create an environment for learning that promotes appreciation of scholarship, freedom, human diversity, and the cultural mosaic of the City of San Francisco and the Bay Area; to promote excellence in instruction and intellectual accomplishment; and to provide broadly accessible higher education for residents of the region, state, the nation, and the world. Ph.D. in Economics with fields in public economics and econometrics and experience in university level teaching required. Salary commensurate with qualifications. Position description available Interviews will be conducted at the ASSA meetings. Submit letter of intent including a description of why you are interested in teaching and research at San Francisco State University, a current CV, a statement on how your teaching and scholarship align with the commitment of the Economics Department to foster an inclusive and diverse academic community; job market paper, summary of teaching evaluations, graduate transcripts and three letters of reference. Please apply and submit all materials online at The closing date for applications is November 16, 2018.

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Department of Economics at the College of Wooster

The Department of Economics at the College of Wooster seeks to fill a tenure-track position broadly related to the field of Public Economics with possible complementary interests in related subfields including Demographic Economics, Health, Education, Welfare, Well-being, Inequality, or Poverty.

The Department of Economics values and appreciates methodological diversity within Economics and across the social sciences. Because of our pluralistic orientation, we are especially interested in candidates that have an awareness or focus in economic history or comparative economic systems.  We also strive to attract qualified candidates that are underrepresented in the discipline.

Interested candidates can apply through our link at Job Openings for Economists

Please send inquiries to Philip Mellizo (

The Department of Economics at the College of Wooster invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level beginning in Fall 2019.  Qualified candidates must have a Ph.D. completed (or completion anticipated) in Economics or a closely held discipline.  Interdisciplinary candidates are also encouraged to apply.

The research and/or teaching experience of the successful candidate must be related to the field of Public Economics with potential complementary interests in either Demographic Economics, Health, Education, Welfare, Well-being, Inequality, or Poverty.  In addition to offering elective courses related to the hire’s field of expertise, teaching responsibilities also include periodic contributions to ‘core’ departmental courses such as Principles of Economics and Quantitative Methods, and the College’s interdepartmental seminar course for first-semester students.

The teaching load for full-time faculty is 5.5 credits per academic year including advising individual undergraduate research projects.  Both the Department of Economics and the College provide excellent support for research and scholarship.

To be given full consideration for the post, applicants must submit a cover-letter, CV, Job-Market Paper, teaching statement, research statement, evidence of teaching effectiveness, diversity statement, and three letters of recommendation by November 30, 2018.  The diversity statement should detail how the applicant expects to engage with issues of diversity in the classroom and the curriculum, as well as on campus and in the broader community.  The Department of Economics values and appreciates methodological diversity within Economics and across the social sciences. In your cover letter, we ask you to comment on how you might contribute to our culture of pluralistic open inquiry.

Department representatives will be interviewing prospective candidates at the ASSA meetings in Atlanta, GA on January 4-6, 2019.

The College of Wooster values diversity, strives to attract qualified women and minority candidates, and encourages individuals belonging to these groups to apply. Wooster seeks to ensure diversity by its policy of employing persons without regard to age, sex, color, race, creed, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or political affiliation. The College of Wooster is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Employment is subject to federal laws requiring verification of identity and legal right to work in the United States as required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act. The College of Wooster is a drug-free workplace.

Amyaz Moledina

Chair and Associate Professor of Economics

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

We are hiring a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Economics with a focus in Econometric Theory or Econometrics applied to fields such as Labor Economics, Industrial Organization, Development Economics, Health Economics, Macroeconomics, and Financial Economics. Candidate will be expected to teach Econometrics at the undergraduate and doctoral levels, as well as other Economics courses.

The following is a link to our ad:

Fellow and Research Director, Future of the Middle Class Initiative 

Position Summary: The Fellow will conduct in-depth, high quality public policy research on the economic condition of the U.S. middle class, with a particular focus on labor market trends, including earnings, productivity and automation. The Fellow will also serve as Research Director for the Future of the Middle Class (FoMC) Initiative, launched in 2018. In addition to conducting their own independent research, the Fellow will collaborate with FoMC scholars and other scholars across the Institution. S/he will work with the FoMC director to develop the Initiative’s research and policy agenda, oversee research and administrative staff, and cultivate and manage relationships external research partners, current and prospective donors, and key economic policy stakeholders. Fellows partner with Development staff to build and steward funding for their work, and with Communications staff to effectively promote and disseminate it.

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David M. Rubenstein Fellowship in Economic Studies

Brookings is pleased to announce the second round of the David M. Rubenstein Fellowship Program. The challenges facing the United States and the world require rigorous, innovative, evidence-based research that generate fresh thinking and innovative policy solutions. Through this program, Brookings is seeking to increase diversity in our scholarly community by recruiting the next generation of rising stars and creative thinkers to help achieve our mission of improving governance in the United States and across the world.

For the 2019 class, the institution is again looking for ten outstanding early- to mid-career scholars and policy experts with a diverse array of backgrounds, experience, and scholarship expertise.

In addition to the research priorities of the five programs, Brookings is placing an emphasis on policy researchers with a background in artificial intelligence, emerging technology, and/or data science with public policy. Strong candidates may be as conversant about deep reinforcement learning as they are labor policy, or as familiar with cryptography as they are international security. Alternately, they may use novel data (e.g., satellite imagery, social media posts, IRS records) or methodologies (e.g., machine learning, survey experiments) to gain insight into pressing policy questions. In both cases, strong candidates will draw on deep technical expertise to inform their policy research, and demonstrate a clear ability and willingness to work at the intersection of artificial intelligence, emerging technology, data science, and/or public policy.

Rubenstein Fellows will have the opportunity to enhance the policy impact of their ideas and academic achievements by working with Brookings’s network of scholars and experts, relying on the Institution’s abilities to develop and promote research to the policy community and the wider public.

Rubenstein Fellows will diversify, augment, and complement the core policy research expertise of the more than 100 resident scholars at Brookings.

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School of Humanities and Sciences at Ithaca College

The School of Humanities and Sciences at Ithaca College announces its Diversity Scholars Fellowship Program search for 2019-2020. Hosting two fellows, this program supports promising scholars who are committed to diversity in the academy in order to better prepare them for tenure track appointments at liberal arts or comprehensive colleges/universities.  Applications are welcome in the following areas/departments: Communication Studies, Economics, Education, Modern Languages and Literatures, Psychology, Sociology, Women’s and Gender Studies, along with Writing.

Fellowships are for the academic year (’19-20) and Fellows will receive a $33,000 stipend, $5,000 in travel/professional development support, relocation reimbursement, office space, health benefits, and access to Ithaca College and Cornell University libraries. Fellows will teach one course in the fall semester and one course in the spring semester.

Please email Dr. Shaianne Osterreich, Economics Department Chair, at or follow this link for more info:,1,d62EgwZyPL__RG3XJkSirPxoRfkvnu-_lUKjlhF1PibMW-jSdYxy8ZWUZN_rAJi4oFK40rygWkRchNlkJkiR-0JTa_wxeMq0gtCFWC_BocDVLFp3EnJv&typo=1

University of California Davis – 
Assistant Professor of Environmental Economics

View job posting here.

University of California Davis – CE Specialist Search Plan

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Murphy Institute of Political Economy and the Department of Economics at Tulane University

The Murphy Institute of Political Economy and the Department of Economics at Tulane University invite applications for one full-time tenure-track position, in the following field.  Tulane University is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action/persons with disabilities/veterans employer committed to excellence through diversity. Tulane will not discriminate against individuals with disabilities or veterans. We invite women and minorities to apply.

P16      Political Economy

D0        Microeconomic Theory

The Murphy Institute of Political Economy and the Department of Economics at Tulane University invite applications for one full-time tenure-track position, most likely at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning July 1, 2019. Applicants should have primary research and teaching interests in microeconomic theory, as applied specifically to issues in political economy. Preference will be given to applicants who also have interests in fields where the department has existing strengths and is focusing its graduate programs (health and labor economics; inequality and poverty; the economics of education; and public economics). The position is 50 percent in the Murphy Institute of Political Economy and 50 percent in the Department of Economics, with the tenure home in the Department of Economics. All applications must be submitted through Interfolio ( Required materials include a letter of interest, a vita, three reference letters, and a research paper. The complete application must be received by December 3, 2018 to be given full consideration; candidates will be considered until the position is filled. For more information, see the Department’s website at Contact: Erin Callhover, Department of Economics, 206 Tilton Hall, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, 70118 (

Department of Economics at St. Lawrence University

The Department of Economics at St. Lawrence University is seeking applicants for a tenure track position in the field of applied monetary economics.   Please see our posting on  JOE and note that  applicants can apply directly by way of JOE.  If you have any questions, please contact Michael Jenkins, Search Committee Chair, at

Wesleyan  University Economics Department

Assistant Professor-  Job Position F00200

Assistant Professor-  Job Position F00199

Economics Department at Duke University

The Economics Department at Duke University, located in Durham, North Carolina, USA, seeks applicants for a tenured position at the full or associate professor level in the history of economics. The successful candidate will also be affiliated with and participate in the activities of the Center for the History of Political Economy. Applications can be submitted online at No paper applications will be accepted unless specifically solicited. Applications must include a CV (but no letters of reference).

Duke is committed to encouraging and sustaining work and learning environments that are free from harassment and prohibited discrimination. Duke prohibits discrimination and harassment in the administration of both its employment and educational policies.

Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual’s age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender expression, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Duke also makes good faith efforts to recruit, hire, and promote qualified women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans.

American Progress- Vice President, Economic Policy

American Progress has an immediate opening for a Vice President for Economic Policy. The Vice President will have principal responsibility of day-to-day management and strategic direction for American Progress’ Economic Policy team. The team’s work is designed to shape the agenda around economic policy within the progressive movement, developing and furthering ideas that will build a more equitable economy to improve the lives of all people. The Economic Policy team covers fiscal, labor, competition, and infrastructure policies; macroeconomic research; workforce development; and other areas. The Vice President represents the Economic Policy team to other American Progress teams, as well as to American Progress’ senior leadership. The Vice President also serves as the principal point of contact and manages the team’s relationships with other organizations, especially those in the economic policy arena.

For more details and to apply please visit,


Assistant Professor in Urban and Regional Planning, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Twin Cities

Job ID 326191
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IPUMS is hiring a data analyst to join the team of researchers and technical staff developing our full-count historical U.S. census database. Learn more about this position and the application process at

Vanderbilt University-Economists

Vanderbilt University is engaging in several faculty searches of possible interest to economists.

Vanderbilt has a strong institutional commitment to recruiting and retaining an academically and culturally diverse community of faculty. Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and members of other underrepresented groups, in particular, are encouraged to apply. Vanderbilt is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.


Vanderbilt University’s Department of Economics is searching for three new faculty members.

One position is in economic history at the level of tenure-track assistant or advanced assistant professor.

The job description and application link for the economic history position can be found here:

Peter Rousseau is chairing this search; he can be reached at

Two positions are for any field and will be filled at the level of tenure-track assistant or advanced assistant professor or tenured associate professor.

The job description and application link for the open-field junior position can be found here:

The job description and application link for the open-field senior position can be found here:

Bill Collins is chairing these searches; he can be reached at


Vanderbilt University’s Program in Public Policy Studies (PPS) is searching for two new faculty members.  These positions will be joint with the Peabody College of Education.  One will be a tenure-track assistant or advanced assistant professor and one will be a tenured associate or full professor.  The tenure-home for each position will be chosen by the candidate and can be Vanderbilt’s economics department.

The job description and application link for the joint PPS/Education junior position can be found here:

The job description and application link for the joint PPS/Education senior position can be found here:

Kitt Carpenter and Carolyn Heinrich are co-chairing these searches; they can be reached and

The Department of Economics, University of California, Riverside, is seeking to fill several one-quarter temporary teaching positions (Lecturer) for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Qualified applicants will have an M.A. and possess a strong commitment to teaching. The salary is $6,081.39 per course for a Lecturer position. The filling of the positions are subject to budgetary approval and enrollment in the course.
Applications are welcome from persons qualified to teach:
Economics 101, Statistics for Economics
Economics 103, Intermediate Macroeconomics
Economics 105A & 105B, Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
Economics 107, Introductory Econometrics
Economics 119, Law and Economics
Economics 123, American Economic History
Economics 129, Health Economics
Economics 130, Introduction to Money, Banking and Credit
Economics 132, Public Finance
Economics 135, The Stock Market
Economics 136, Empirical Financial Economics
Economics 143A, Environmental Economics
Economics 146, Urban Economics
Economics 148, Land and Resource Economics
Economics 151, Economics of Education
Economics 153, Labor Economics
Economics 155,Women’s Labor in the Economy
Economics 171, International Finance
Economics 178, International Trade
Economics 181, Economic Development: Theory and Policy
Economics 185, Economic Development in Latin America
Interested candidates should submit electronic applications to Complete applications must include a cover letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, recent teaching evaluations, a statement of contributions to diversity, and two letters of recommendation. Optional statements of Research or Teaching may also be considered. Applications and supporting material received by the closing dates will receive full consideration.

The closing date for completed applications are as follows:
Spring Quarter: February 1, 2019

UCR is a world-class research university with an exceptionally diverse undergraduate student body. Its mission is explicitly linked to providing routes to educational success for underrepresented and first-generation college students. A commitment to this mission is a preferred qualification.
The University of California, Riverside is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Upjohn Institute

Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the President serves as chief executive officer of the Institute. The President is charged with ensuring an excellent research program and enhancing the visibility and impact of the Institute with policymakers, practitioners, the academic community, quality media, and the public. This individual will lead the continued visioning, strategy, and implementation for the next phase of the Institute’s development. The ideal candidate will have experience working with research colleagues and directing research programs; institutional leadership skills; and a track record of productive partnerships and alliances.

Based upon your background, experience, and research in the areas of resources inequities and social policies.

Tammarah Townes

Managing Associate

Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates, LP

P: 484-263-5968
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Media, Pennsylvania 19063


We have openings for three full-time open-rank faculty lines in Accounting, Finance/Economics and Human Resource Management/Management starting Fall 2019.   Provided below are links  for those job postings: