Erasmus University Rotterdam
Faculty Positions in Financial Accounting and Management Accounting

Erasmus University Rotterdam invites applications for one tenure track position in Financial Accounting and one tenure track position in Management Accounting, starting September 2013. Successful candidates will work as Assistant Professor at the Erasmus School of Economics.

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY: Erasmus School of Economics is one of the leading economics schools in Europe. The Accounting Auditing & Control (AAC) group is part of the School's Department of Business Economics. Together with the Accounting & Control group at the Rotterdam School of Management it forms the Erasmus Accounting Research Group. The Erasmus Accounting Research Group has a strong research tradition and an international orientation, as evidenced by publications in top journals, research collaboration with academics at leading U.S. schools, an international seminar series and a U.S. style Ph.D. program. It is currently in a process of growth and rapid development to establish itself as one of the primary accounting research groups in Europe. The group's research interests are concentrated in two main areas: markets-based financial accounting research and behavioral and experimental management accounting research. Erasmus University has access to excellent research facilities, including most major databases (WRDS, CRSP, Compustat, Datastream, Bloomberg, I/B/E/S, TAQ, etc.), a state-of-the-art behavioral lab and an experimental economics lab.

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JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Appointments involve a six-year tenure-track position, with a first evaluation after three years. Candidates should have a Ph.D., or expect to complete a Ph.D. in the near future. All candidates should demonstrate the potential for outstanding achievements in research and teaching. Applicants are expected to teach in English. The teaching load is moderate. The compensation package is competitive relative to European salaries and includes several secondary benefits (such as a pension plan that is partially funded by the university). Favorable tax agreements may apply to non-Dutch applicants.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Candidates should send a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, sample copies of their research (published papers or working papers) and two reference letters (all PDF files) to Prof. dr. Victor Maas ( The application deadline is January 4, 2013.

For inquiries about the positions please contact Prof. dr. Maarten Pronk, Professor of Financial Accounting, or Prof. dr. Victor Maas, Professor of Management Accounting,

Posted 11/15/12