The Department of Economics and Business Economics at the Nijmegen School of Management (NSM) at Radboud University, the Netherlands, seeks applicants for an assistant professor in Finance (tenure track), preferably with a link to FinTech, sustainability and/or corporate finance. You will be part of the finance group. The finance group is particularly strong in behavioral and experimental research.


You will primarily be expected to conduct high-quality research in finance or economics and related fields linked to finance. Expertise in behavioural or experimental methods would be an advantage, but is not required. The NSM explicitly encourages interdisciplinary research. This position is expected to result in a series of high-quality publications in finance, economics or related disciplines. You will further be expected to provide high-quality courses in finance and economics at the Bachelor's and Master's levels, and to supervise Bachelor's and Master's theses.

We offer

  • A temporary employment for 6 years (tenure track), leading to a tenured position, at least assistant professor 1, depending on academic performance.
  • Employment for 1.0 FTE.
  • Competitive salaries incl. holiday allowance and end-of-year bonus.
  • Applicants from abroad moving to the Netherlands may qualify for a special tax relief by which 30% of their salary is tax free.
  • There are additional employment benefits like extra holidays, see our employment conditions. You will be able to use our Dual Career and Family Care Services.


We will start reviewing applications from 5 December 2021, but will continue to consider applications submitted until 31 December 2021.

The first round of online interviews will take place in December 2021 or January 2022. You would preferably begin in August 2022.

Radboud University has a strong track record in promoting female scholars to leadership positions, and we therefore especially welcome applications from women who fit the above profile.

More information and application: https://econjobmarket.org/positions/8048