successful candidate will teach finance courses (Accounting,
Foundations of Finance and Investment, and Corporate Finance), other
core economics courses, as well as electives in his or her specialty.
Candidates should be broadly trained, with active research agenda,
and show promise of significant contributions to the discipline.
Research areas of particular interest include but are not limited to
financialization, liberalization, shadow banking, financial regulation,
and globalization of finance.
Excellence in teaching at the undergraduate level in the liberal arts
tradition and integration of teaching and research are of primary
importance. Familiarity with Bloomberg terminal and data is desired.