The Department of Strategy & Policy at the National University of Singapore Business School invites applications for potentially multiple faculty positions at all levels (tenured and tenure-track). Selection for professor and associate professor appointments will be based on established research and teaching records. Appointment as assistant professor will be on potential for impactful research and effective teaching; candidates should hold a Ph.D. or be near completion. We offer a conducive research environment with generous funding support, as well as competitive remuneration and other benefits.
The Strategy group addresses a broad set of research issues from diverse theoretical perspectives. We seek to add to our research and teaching diversity. We have some of Asia’s foremost strategy scholars who routinely publish in premier journals in strategy and management, and in top disciplinary journals in economics and sociology. Information on our faculty, current research programs, research centers and teaching is available at https://bschool.nus.edu.sg/strategy-policy.
The NUS Business School is a leading intellectual center for management research and education, and is among the leading business schools in Asia. The School focuses in its research and teaching on developing global knowledge with deep Asian insights. Various rankings place our research as among the top in Asia, and our MBA and EMBA programs among the top 20 globally. The National University of Singapore has been repeatedly ranked as the top university in Asia.
Interested applicants should send their complete applications (cover letter, CV, research and teaching statements, key publications, and three references) to email@example.com latest by October 15 , 2020.
About National University of Singapore (Department of Strategy & Policy)
The Department of Strategy and Policy lends strategic, economic and legal perspectives to business issues in its teaching and research, while demonstrating their relevance to Asia.
There are several clusters in which the department engages research including:
- Firms, Governance and Institutions
Diversification, business groups and firm performance
Government-business ties, state-owned enterprises and the role of the state
Ownership, governance and leadership of family businesses
Economics of organisation and management across institutional environments
- Business and Competition
The governance of domestic firms and MNCs
Industry and market structures, competitive dynamics and firm performance
Internationalisation, market entry and foreign direct investment
Alliances, alliance portfolios and inter-firm cooperation
- Technology and Innovation
Technology, entrepreneurship and innovation across institutional environments
Knowledge development and organisational learning
Technical human resource management, mobility and outcomes
Intellectual property, protection and trade secrecy across institutional environments