Tenure Track Assistant Professor Position at the Department of International Econo-mics, Government and Business (EGB) at Copenhagen Business School (CBS)
You should hold, or be close to completing, a PhD. You should be able to demonstrate a strong research potential in the areas of International Business and/or Business and Government. In addition, you should have excellent methodological skills. Participation in teaching in existing programs and an interest in developing research-based teaching courses is expected of a tenure track assistant professor at CBS.
EGB is a multidisciplinary department, which conducts high-quality research in the fields of international business and political science with direct relevance to business, policy-makers and the public. Research at the department focuses on three principal themes and their interrelations:
States and markets
Firms and international business
EGB conducts research in business and governance in the context of contemporary societal challenges, including inequality, governance challenges, ideological shifts, migration, sustainability, and technological disruption. Much of EGB’s research takes into account the political and socio-economic conditions of specific geographical regions or countries, the stages of firms’ internationalization processes, and other factors shaping the actions of policy makers, market actors, and other stakeholders. To learn more about the research and education profile of the department, please visit the departmental homepage here.
These are non-exhaustive examples of research and teaching areas that the assistant professor may cover:
International Business Strategy
MNCs and their organization
Foreign Direct Investment, trade, internationalization theory
Business and Government
Candidates who are available for an interview during the virtual 2020 AOM meeting, 12-14 August, should submit a cover letter, a CV, and a job market paper by email to email@example.com. There is no requirement for reference letters. The deadline for submitting an expression of interest is August 3.
Starting date: Fall 2021, at the latest.
For further information regarding the department, please visit the EGB website or contact Head of Department Jens Gammelgaard (firstname.lastname@example.org). Informal job talks will be carried out by Jens Gammelgaard and possibly a relevant colleague.
Telecommuting is allowed.
About Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen Business School
Department of International Economics, Government and Business
At the Department of International Economics, Government and Business we are creating a vibrant international hub for research and research-based teaching exploring international business, economics and politics, as well as the intersection between them.
EGB: ‘.. WHERE BUSINESS MEETS POLITICS..’
The Department of International Economics, Government and Business (EGB) brings together the study of states, markets, and international firms in the context of the challenges faced by emerging and advanced economies. EGB’s research is based in international business, economics, and politics, and is of direct relevance to individuals, business, policy-makers, and scholars. Within this framework, the department has three principal areas of focus:
States and markets
The relationship between states, and markets – the prime forces that shape the character of the national and international economy – is pivotal. Government sets the institutional framework within which firms’ market and non-market strategies are devised while these strategies, in turn, influence policy-making processes. EGB analy...ses the different ideas, interests, and institutions that shape the making and implementation of public policy, the impact of the institutions and structures that mediate between markets and states, and the character of subsequent policy outcomes, including the impact on societies and the public.
Firms and International Business
Firms are the key actors in national and global markets. EGB research focuses on the activities, organisation, strategies, and decision-making processes adopted by multinational enterprises in meeting the opportunities and threats that arise from navigating increasingly globalized markets. These themes are addressed through studies of the ways in which firms interact with each other while adapting to and shaping their external environment.
EGB assesses the ways in which states and international firms in emerging markets and advanced economies respond to challenges such as inequality, market uncertainties, changes to FDI, trade conflicts, ideological shifts, and the increasing volatility of governance structures at regional, national and global levels. It thus considers contemporary developments and processes in and across countries in Asia, Europe, the Americas and Africa as well as the role played by supra-national institutions such as EU and the World Trade Organisation. Our focus is on how states and international firms are shaped by and shape the wider society they operate in.
EGB’s teaching takes place across CBS in the areas of international economics, government and business and addresses the challenges faced by firms, markets and states in a fast-changing world. Departmental faculty direct a range of programs: BSc and MSc International Business (IB and IBS), BSc and MSc International Business & Politics (IBP), International Business in Asia (IBA) and the graduate diploma program (HD) in International Business. In all its teaching work, the department is committed to participative, flexible and blended forms of learning that are of direct relevance to students and CBS’s other stakeholders.