Department of Economics
Economics analyzes the ways in which societies decide what to produce, how to produce it, and who gets it. Because it deals with these fundamental issues of our material well-being, it sheds light on the reasons why some societies are rich and others are poor. This also makes it a powerful tool for analyzing the costs and benefits of decisions, whether they are made by governments, business, or individuals. The Department of Economics at San Diego State University offers a Master of Arts degree in liberal arts and sciences, a Bachelor of Arts degree in liberal arts and sciences, and a minor.
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Open Faculty Position
Assistant Professor: Labor and Demographic Economics
The Department of Economics at San Diego State University invites applicants for a tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor in labor and demographic economics. The department’s strengths lie in applied microeconomic analysis of public policy and applied micro-econometrics. The successful candidate will have a promising applied microeconomic research agenda that will lead to regular publications in top scholarly journals, be able to teach courses at both the undergraduate and master’s levels and contribute to the Department’s public policy cluster. In particular, the Department of Economics encourages labor economists specializing in (1) the economics of immigration, and/or (2) disparities in labor market or education outcomes by gender, race/ethnicity, sexual identity (LGBTQ+), immigration status, family background, age, or veterans’ status. The position will begin in August 2022 and the successful candidate must have completed their PhD by August 22, 2022. Salary will be commensurate with experience and the California State University salary schedule. Candidates with postdoctoral experience or who are advanced assistant professors — and who have a strong record of scholarly publications —are encouraged to apply.
Apply via Interfolio by November 19, 2021 at https://apply.interfolio.com/96273.