The department is recruiting one or more Post doctoral fellows in Economic History.
The Department of Economic History is a research-intensive department that employs about 100 people: researchers, teachers, technical/administrative staff, and Ph.D. candidates. The department has a large PhD programme and co-ordinates three international Master programmes. The Department has a well established reputation for wide-ranging research with an emphasis on long-term processes, and with economic theory and quantitative methods as important methodological tools. Strong research areas at the department include economic growth and structural change, innovation, energy and sustainability, development economics, and economic demography, as well as financial history and education and the labour market.
The holder will conduct independent research in Economic History. She/he must be willing to intract with the students and to participate actively in the common activities of the Depratment of Economic History. The position involves a limited amount of teaching and/or supervision of Bachelor and Master's Theses. This may aomunt to a maximum of 20% working hours.
Last application date is 19 October 2018