[Denmark] Postdoc in Economics at Aarhus University

Postdoc in Economics at Aarhus University, Denmark

The Department of Economics, Aarhus School of Business, and the School of Economics and Management, Faculty of Social Sciences, invite applications for 1-2 positions as post doc researcher for a joint research project on `An economic analysis of the impact of the Scandinavian welfare state and flexicurity policies on Danish firms`.

2-year position as postdoc researcher
The open position(s) as post doc researcher is within the Research Unit on `An economic analysis of the impact of the Scandinavian welfare state and flexicurity policies on Danish firms` (for more information see http://www.asb.dk/article.aspx?pid=24170). The position is for a 2-year period.

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The position is within one of the following specific areas: `Firms and labour market policies` and `Firms and family-friendly policies`. The project uses Danish register data. Thus, knowledge of econometric methods for analysis of both individual and longitudinal data is required. The starting date for the position is subject to individual negotiation.

The successful candidate must have completed his/her PhD before taking up the position. However, interim arrangements can be negotiated for a candidate that is in the defence phase of the PhD or is expected to complete the PhD in early 2010. Further information Further information about the host institutions and their research activities can be found at www.asb.dk/about/departments/nat and www.econ.au.dk.

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For further information, candidates are invited to contact Head of Department, Prof. Peter Jensen (+45 89 486 482/pje@asb.dk) or Head of School, Prof. Per Baltzer Overgaard (+45 89 421 605/povergaard@econ.au.dk).

For further information about the research project, contact Professor Michael Rosholm, (+45 89 486 198/rom@asb.dk) or Professor Helena Skyt Nielsen (+45 89 421 594/hnielsen@econ.au.dk).