Recruiters supporting EJME

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University of Antwerp

The University of Antwerp is a dynamic, forward-thinking university. We offer an innovative academic education to more than 20,000 students, conduct pioneering scientific research and play an important service-providing role in society. We are one of the largest, most international and most innovative employers in the region. With more than 6,000 employees from 100 different countries, we are helping to build tomorrow's world every day. Through top scientific research, we push back boundaries and set a course for the future – a future that you can help to shape.

University of Bergamo

The Department of Economics (DSE) at the University of Bergamo is a recently established department that brings together researchers from different fields in economics and quantitative methods. Faculty members have been publishing regularly on leading general and top field economic journals. The DSE organizes one bachelor degree in Economics, MSc degrees in Economics and Data Science, and in Economics and Finance, and a Ph.D. degree in Economics. The Department holds weekly seminars with internal and external speakers.

University of Birmingham

The Department of Economics, part of Birmingham Business School, is seeking candidates for the roles of assistant and associate professors, commencing September 2024.

Ranked amongst the world’s top 100 institutions, the University of Birmingham is an elite establishment that offers inspirational research and a learning environment. We are committed to producing forward-thinking leaders and to developing high-quality, impactful research. There has never been a better time to join the Department of Economics and the Birmingham Business School. Our continued commitment to providing an exceptional standard of research and education has seen recent investment in the building of a multi-million-pound extension to our University House facility, providing additional state-of-the-art teaching and learning spaces for students, and new offices for faculty. If you are looking to develop your academic career in a strong and ambitious research-led School, then we are keen to hear from you. 

University of Bologna

The Economics Department of the University of Bologna (DSE) is committed to scientific excellence in research, as well as undergraduate and graduate education. As a result, DSE was funded by the Italian Ministry of University and Research under the "Departments of Excellence" program for 2018-2022 and 2023-2027, which allows for improved research funds, salary top-ups, and hiring. REPEC ranks the DSE among the best Economics departments worldwide, with the top position in Italy, 14th in Europe, and 41st globally. Our large and growing community (150+, from PhD students to full professors) is involved in research activities spanning theoretical and empirical applications in virtually every area of economics. Teaching is also carried out in an international environment, with several majors, at the Bachelor’s and Master’s level, entirely taught in English. Last but not least, Bologna is a lively city, well connected with the main European hubs and

University of Bristol

The School of Economics at the University of Bristol is one of the top Economics Department in the UK, with a global reputation for excellent research and teaching. The most recent (2021) Research Excellence Framework ranked us top 5 in the UK for Economics and Econometrics "world leading" impact and top 5 in UK for Economics and Econometrics research output (REF 2021). The School has achieved a Bronze Award from the Athena Swan Charter in recognition of our commitment to gender equality. The School, which currently counts more than 80 academic members of staff, has been growing rapidly on the back of its success, recruiting talented junior and senior researchers from top programmes in US and Europe, mostly in the past six years. Truly international, the School offers a dynamic and vibrant research environment. Details of research interests of our faculty members can be found on

University of Bristol Business School

Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Finance

University of Cologne

University of Copenhagen

The Department of Economics UCPH stands for research at a high international level, research-based teaching and a contribution to the international and Danish debate on economic policy. Our study programme in economics attracts bright young people who get one of the best educations in economics in Europe, who then either contribute to the community around us or choose the research route. We recruit students and researchers from Danish and international backgrounds to ensure the best possible education and the highest quality research. At the Department, there is a high level of activity. Communication is in Danish and English and we have ambitious programmes with frequent seminars, workshops and conferences with many external visiting academics.

University of Essex Business School

University of Gothenburg

The Department of Economics at the University of Gothenburg belongs to the School of Business, Economics and Law and has around 100 employees from many countries. The economics department is centrally located in Gothenburg (which is on the west coast of Sweden and Sweden's second largest city). The department provides teaching to around 800 students in both economics and statistics. There is a vibrant research environment -- with many weekly brown bags and seminars -- in a diverse set of subjects, including labor, health, applied micro, environmental, development, behavioral, and financial economics.

University of Kent

Part of the Division of Human and Social Sciences, the School of Economics at the University of Kent is a research-oriented department devoted to high quality teaching at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Based in the award-winning Sibson Building, the school is made up of close to 40 faculty members and 30 research students. We encourage high quality and high impact research in many areas of the discipline, and provide a collegiate research and teaching environment. Further information on our research may be found on the School’s website.

University of Leicester School of Business

The University of Leicester School of Business is a global academy for leaders, innovators and change-makers. Building on over 90 years of delivering business education, we are internationally renowned for research and teaching in accounting and finance, business and management, economics, entrepreneurship and marketing. We conduct pioneering work also in partnership with leaders, managers, SMEs and large organisations to develop the knowledge and skills our partners need and to promote responsible business practice. The Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting at the University of Leicester School of Business is research-oriented and offers a stimulating research environment organised in research groups and clusters, which include groups in Applied Microeconomics, Banking and Corporate Finance, Econometrics, Financial Markets, Industrial Organisation, Macroeconomics and the ‘Behavioural and Economic Sciences’ cluster.

University of Manchester

University of Mannheim

University of Nottingham

The Nottingham School of Economics is a top research and teaching institution with an international reputation for excellence across all areas of the discipline. We rank 5th in the UK according to the most recent UK Research Excellence Framework assessment and among the top 50 in the world according to the latest Tilburg University and IDEAS RePEc tables.

University of Oslo - Department of Economics

The Department of Economics is the highest ranked institute for economic research in Norway and in the top group in the Nordic countries. The department has attracted a number of ERC grants, and host a centre for public economics, Norwegian Fiscal Studies (NFS). The Department offers Bachelor's and Masters's programmes, as well as a doctoral programme with approximately 40 students. The University of Oslo has a personnel policy objective of achieving a balanced gender composition. The Department of Economics would welcome employees with diverse expertise, life experience and perspectives.