Research Professor - LEO
Location: Notre Dame, IN
Open Date: Aug 21, 2021
Description:The Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities (LEO) within the University of Notre Dame's Department of Economics seeks a research faculty member at the rank of assistant, associate, or full research professor. The ideal candidate would have evidence of excellence in research in the field of economics, or a closely-related discipline, with some experience in the design, execution, or evaluation of randomized controlled trials. The successful candidate will develop and maintain a portfolio of LEO-related research projects. There are no teaching responsibilities. The position is non-tenure track. Assistant research professors are ordinarily appointed for one-year, renewable terms. Associate and full research professors are ordinarily appointed for multi-year terms.
LEO is a research center dedicated to reducing poverty and improving lives in the United States through evidence-based programs and policies. Learn more at leo.nd.edu.
The ideal candidate would have evidence of excellence in research in the field of economics, or a closely-related discipline, with some experience in the design, execution, or evaluation of randomized controlled trials.
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