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Job opening with focus on heterodox economics at University of Denver

This job listing may be of interest to social economists and other heterodox economists. From the listing (emphasis added):

The Department of Economics seeks to fill a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor starting September 2016. Candidates must have a PhD or be ABD in Economics or a related discipline. If ABD, the degree must be completed no later than August 2017. We are seeking a heterodox economist doing applied research with a U.S. policy focus preferably in the areas of Public Economics or Urban and Regional Economics who can teach microeconomics and econometrics. Candidates must show promise of distinction in research and publications in these fields and must also show promise of excellent teaching ability in the areas they offer, as well as in our introductory courses “Macro- and Microeconomics I: History and Theories” and/or “Macro- and Microeconomics II: Theories and Policies.” Teaching these courses requires familiarity with economic history, the history of economic thought, philosophy of social science, and heterodox as well as mainstream perspectives on economic theory and policy. Candidates must demonstrate ability to integrate content and issues relating to, and to work effectively with, ethnically diverse populations. The teaching load is two 4-hour courses per quarter.


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