Goethe-University Frankfurt and the Research Center SAFE
Visiting Professor in Behavioral Economics and Finance

The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration at Goethe-University Frankfurt and the Research Center SAFE invite applications for a Visiting Professor in "Behavioral Economics and Finance" with a Specialization in Monetary Economics/MacroFinance.

JOB DESCRIPTION: Successful applicants are expected to conduct research and to contribute actively to the activities of the Research Center, which includes a visitors program, a data center, and numerous research projects focusing on different aspects of a sustainable architecture for finance in Europe.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: We are looking for an experienced academic with a strong background in monetary economics and/or macro finance. Applicants should have demonstrated the ability to publish in major international journals.

Successful candidates are supposed to start at the earliest possible date. The position is initially limited to 31.12.2018 and can be extended depending on future funding options. Candidates must possess a doctorate and an excellent research record and capacity for effective teaching at graduate and undergraduate levels. PhD teaching is in English and choice is offered between teaching BA and MSc courses in German or in English.

FURTHER INFORMATION: The designated salary for the position is based on "W3" on the German university scale or equivalent. The Goethe University is seeking to increase its share of women in research and teaching and particularly welcomes applications of female scholars. For further information regarding the general conditions for professorship appointments, please see: http://www.uni-frankfurt.de/aktuelles/ausschreibung/professuren/index.html

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Researchers are cordially invited to send their applications in German or English, together with their CV and the usual credentials by June 30, 2017 electronically to applications@safe.uni-frankfurt.de by adding APPLICATION Visiting Professor in the subject line of their email.

For further information, please see http://www.safe-frankfurt.de or contact Prof. Dr. Jan Pieter Krahnen at krahnen@finance.uni-frankfurt.de

Posted: 2 Jun 2017