Tenure-track opportunity in social and political studies of financial markets at the University of Edinburgh

January 21, 2014

From Frances Burgess:

The University of Edinburgh is advertising for tenure-track Chancellor’s Fellows, which are fellowships intended to support outstanding candidates at the start of their independent academic careers. Successful candidates will initially concentrate mainly on research, but will gradually build up a teaching portfolio. Subject to satisfactory review at the end of three years, the Fellow will move to an open-ended contract.  One of the priority areas for these Fellowships in the School of Social and Political Science is social and political studies of financial markets.

University-level web page on Chancellor’s Fellowships in general:

http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/human-resources/jobs/chancellors-fellowships

Information for potential candidates:

http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/human-resources/jobs/chancellors-fellowships/information-for-candidates

SPS’s priority areas (see page 3).

http://www.docs.csg.ed.ac.uk/HumanResources/Recruitment/Chancellors%20Fellowships/Chancellors_Fellowships_Priority_Areas_CHSS_2014.pdf

Vacancy details for candidates, including where to apply.

http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/human-resources/jobs/chancellors-fellowships/chancellors-fellowship-vacancies

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