Tenure Track Faculty: International Political Economy

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IE University’s School of Global and Public Affairs (IEGPA) seeks applicants for a position at the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure-track) in International Political Economy. The successful candidate should have a strong publication record in top peer-reviewed outlets, or the proven potential of producing them in the coming two years. We are especially interested in scholars whose research interests deal with technological change and innovation.

The ideal candidate would have solid teaching experience, and should be acquainted with teaching methods focused on critical thinking, problem solving, and the latest pedagogical approaches such as flipped classroom and blended education. He/She is expected to teach courses in International Political Economy, International Trade, and the International Monetary System at both the
undergraduate and Master level.

Beyond these traditional academic criteria, we seek academics with the capacity to engage in policy relevant work, and with a commitment to institution-building: applying for research grants,
participating in affiliated research centers and academic programs, and expanding the IEGPA’s current network and partnerships.

Applications should include a cover letter and vita, a job market paper, three academic references, and evidence of teaching excellence (e.g. teaching evaluations). Candidates must have a PhD from a recognized Department of Political Science or International Relations, or demonstrate clear evidence that the PhD will be complete by July 2019. Please send all application materials to IESGPA1@ie.edu

The IEGPA is part of IE University, located in Madrid and Segovia, Spain; and is a full-member of the Association of Professional Schools in International Affairs (APSIA). We are committed to world-class professional education and academic research in the social sciences, public policy, and international affairs.

We offer a competitive remuneration package, attractive teaching commitments and an enriching and cosmopolitan work environment in the heart of Madrid. Our working language is English, and both our faculty and students body are highly diverse and international.