The Economics Program of Stockton University invites applications for a tenure-track position beginning September 1, 2018.
Candidates will be expected to regularly teach both macroeconomics and microeconomics at the introductory level, in addition to an upper-level course in one of the following areas: Money and Financial Institutions, Public Finance, or Law and Economics. Applicants will be expected to have a research program, perhaps tied to this upper-level field. An ideal candidate would also be prepared to rotate through at least one of the following required courses for majors: Econometrics, Intermediate Macroeconomics, or Intermediate Microeconomics. The program is dedicated to pluralism and diversity in economics, thus heterodox applicants are encouraged to apply. All Stockton faculty are expected to teach 1-to-2 interdisciplinary general studies courses annually as part of one’s regular teaching load. (The teaching load is three 4-credit courses per semester.) Faculty also serve as academic advisors for undergraduate students.
Screening of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Selected candidates will be scheduled to interview at the AEA/ASSA meetings in Philadelphia in early January.
Additional information about this position and Stockton University is available via the online application URL provided in this post.
"If the time is not ripe, we have to ripen the time." -- Dorothy Height
Deborah M. Figart, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor of Economics
School of Social & Behavioral Sciences
101 Vera King Farris Drive
Galloway, NJ 08205-9441
609.652.4634 (voice) [Email is best]
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Member of the Stockton Federation of Teachers, and working without a contract since 7/1/2015
Past President, Association for Evolutionary Economics
Recent books are:
Stories of Progressive Institutional Change
Just One More Hand: Life in the Casino Economy
Handbook of Research on Gender and Economic Life