PhD position in International Economics 2010 2011, Universität Hohenheim Germany
03.09.2010 · Posted in Doctoral – Postdoc, Economic, Germany
PhD position in International Economics, Germany 2010 2011
The successful applicant will work within the project “The effect of international trade on job flows, wages, and unemployment: The role of search frictions and firm heterogeneity”.
This project is funded by the Thyssen Foundation. It is co-directed by Prof. Gabriel Felbermayr at Universität Hohenheim (Stuttgart) and by Prof. Julien Prat at IAE Barcelona. The candidate should hold a
graduate degree (Master or German Diplom) in economics, preferably with a background in trade theory
and/or labor economics. He/she should have good quantitative skills, some training in econometrics, as
well as a good command of English. The successful candidate carries out doctoral research. She/he takes part in an international cooperation between IAE Barcelona and Universität Hohenheim. She/he also benefits from the doctoral program offered by Tübingen-Hohenheim Economics e.V., from a close
integration into the International Economics Group at Universität Hohenheim, and from the support
offered by the FZID Recearch Center.
The successful candidate is based in Stuttgart during academic terms. The monthly stipend is EUR 1500
net of taxes. Additional funds for travel and IT are available. A supplementary assignment as teaching
assistant is possible. The contract runs for an initial period of two years, but is renewable.
For more information on the research project or the position, please contact Ms. Anita Bott at
Universität Hohenheim (acbott[ at ]uni-hohenheim.de). For information about the activities of the
International Economics Group, please visit http://www.auwi.uni-hohenheim.de and our annual report.
Please submit your application (CV, qualifications, degrees obtained, references) online to acbott[ at ]uni-hohenheim.de no later than April 30st, 2010. The contract is to start ideally on October 1st, 2010.
Application closed: April 30st, 2010