Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Harvard University

[Department Website][APSA elisting(requires membership)] Harvard Business School is seeking candidates for tenure-track faculty positions in its Business, Government, and the International Economy unit. The school will consider candidates with academic degrees from various disciplines, including history, law, business administration, political science, and economics. We seek candidates with research interests in political economy, public policy, applied macroeconomics, or business-government relations. We are also interested in those who do comparative, international, or historical research on institutional foundations of capitalism. We may hire candidates with several years’ experience at other universities, as well as those immediately out of graduate school. Successful candidates will teach a required first-year MBA course on the economic and political environment of business. The school is particularly interested in applicants with interdisciplinary interests and strong records of or potential for excellence in teaching. The new positions will be effective for the academic year 2006-2007. Starting salaries will be highly competitive. Applications must be received no later than December 1, 2005, and should include a curriculum vitae and transcripts, a description of research-in-progress, a brief writing sample (paper or chapter), and statements of teaching interests and, if applicable, teaching experience. Candidates with formal teaching evaluations should include copies in their applications. In addition, the school would like to receive three letters of recommendation, which should be sent directly to the school by the referees. Hard copies and electronic copies are required. All materials should be addressed to Juliana Seminerio, Business, Government, and the International Economy Search Committee, Morgan 290, Harvard Business School, Soldiers Field, Boston, MA 02163 as well as jseminerio@hbs.edu. Harvard University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Minorities and women are particularly encouraged to apply.

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