Stirling Management School is seeking to hire an outstanding scholar in the areas of behavioural economics and/or behavioural science to lead and develop our teaching and research activities in this area, as well as contribute at a Professorial level to the development of the Division of Economics and School of Management at Stirling. Behavioural economics is a key area for the Division of Economics and the interdisciplinary area of behavioural science more generally is a key research theme for the Stirling School of Management. The candidate will be located within the Division of Economics and will ideally either be a behavioural economist or a behavioural scientist with a high degree of experience and interest in building lasting collaborations with economics researchers. Over the last 5 years, we have built this area as a key theme with over 100 research publications, significant competitive peer reviewed funding from bodies such as ESRC and EU Commission, and the development of a full MSc programme in this area. We hope to continue to grow and develop this area and the successful candidate will be given significant support in pursuing this.
Saturday, January 21, 2017
Stirling Recruiting Professor/Associate Professor in Behavioural Economics
Posted by Liam Delaney
See below for an exciting post in Stirling University. Full details on this link.