April 2, 2013 Leave a comment
Missouri’s DASS and Truman School are looking for an assistant professor specializing in regional and spatial economics:
We seek applicants working in the modeling, integration, and assessment of regional economies to inform public and private decision-making. Applicants’ substantive training and expertise may be in any discipline relevant to regional economics, including applied or agricultural economics, public policy, state and local public finance or similar fields. Applicants should have a strong scholarly record in spatial econometrics and regional analysis. Dynamic simulation modeling methods for regional analysis is desirable. The successful candidate will have a strong record of applied research and working collaboratively across policy areas as they affect regions, i.e., policies and their impacts on regions, regional governance, state and local public finance, infrastructure and the built environment, agriculture, environment and natural resources, food security, and public health, as examples.
See this link for full details and application instructions. Please circulate to potentially interested parties.