Academic positions in Economics (open rank, assistant or associate professor, in case of assistant professor: tenure track)
Fulltime, salary scale: € 3,746.- to € 6,940.- per month gross.
Intended starting date: March 1st, 2022
The section Economics of Technology and Innovation (ETI) is looking for ambitious economists who are willing to work on and develop an academic career path in a vibrant academic community at TU Delft as a world leading engineering university.
The section Economics of Technology and Innovation (ETI) plays an increasingly important role in research on economics and management of technology and innovation worldwide. The research of the ETI section covers a broad spectrum ranging from investigating economics of innovation processes in organisations to technology development in socio-technical systems, as well as empirical analysis on innovation performances at the macro-level. These research themes are funded through e.g. the Dutch Research Council (NWO), the European Framework Programs such as H2020 as well as private and public funders. The section also participates with the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Centre for Frugal Innovations aimed at technology and innovation development in low- and middle-income economies.
Vacancy: Academic positions in Economics
The section Economics of Technology and Innovation (ETI) offers positions for economists at the level of assistant professor (Tenure Track) and/or associate professor. The successful candidates are expected to perform academic research and contribute to a research team in economics applied to technological systems and infrastructures such as for example energy, health, water management, artificial intelligence and/or robotization. The section ETI is methodologically open and welcomes applications from candidates with diverse theoretical economic perspectives, e.g. though not exclusively institutional economics and/or international economics.