We seek candidates with a strong research potential in Finance who must demonstrate the ability to publish in leading international journals within Finance (or related disciplines). All areas of Finance are invited and knowledge of Danish is not required for the position.
JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants should have completed their Ph.D. in Finance, Economics or a related discipline prior to starting. The duration of the assistant professorship is six years including a tenure revision.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Interviews will be conducted at the AFA meetings in Atlanta, January 4-6, 2019. Interested candidates who do not attend the meetings are also encouraged to apply. Please submit your letter of application, CV, a research paper, a grade transcript (unofficial for new PhDs) and three reference letters via https://www.aeaweb.org/joe. Other material, for example, documentation of teaching experience, can be submitted as well. Please state in the cover letter which rank you apply for.
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION: The Finance Group is an active and growing research group and a central player at the department; for further information please visit http://www.sdu.dk/finance. The aim of the Finance Group is to carry out research of high international standards documented through publications in internationally distinguished journals and through presentations at top conferences. The Finance Group holds an active seminar series with various speakers from renowned international universities as well as workshops. Faculty members conduct research within all main areas of Finance (e.g., corporate finance, asset pricing, and banking) and frequently interact in colloquia meetings. The department provides a supportive research environment and research facilities, data (e.g., CRSP and Compustat), travel support, etc. are generally very good.
The Finance Group offers undergraduate and graduate courses in Finance. The teaching load is favorable. Beneficial tax agreements may apply to non-Danish applicants. The remuneration package is competitive at the European level and includes a fixed-term stipend to qualified candidates and substantial publication bonuses funded by the Danish Finance Institute.
Starting date: August 1, 2019, or on a mutually agreed date.