Assistant Professor in Comparative Public Policy, Comparative Political Economy, or Comparative Public Management
Georgetown University: Main Campus: McCourt School of Public Policy
Jul 28, 2021
Sep 29, 2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time
The McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University invites applications for a tenure-line assistant professor in the field of comparative public policy, comparative political economy, and/or comparative public management.The geographic focus of the position is open, but the School has a particular interest in applicants whose research and teaching expertise focus on developing and transitional economies. We are open to applicants whose work focuses on any substantive policy sector, but environmental policy, urban policy, race, gender and ethnic politics, and social and economic inequality are areas of special concentration for the school. Successful candidates will teach core courses in the Comparative track of our core 'Politics of Policymaking' and 'Management and Implementation' sequence and/or political economy, as well as elective courses in their own areas of research interest. We are open to applications from candidates within different research traditions; candidates who have worked with multiple research methodologies are especially encouraged to apply.We expect the applicant to have a Ph.D. by the time they start; the Ph.D. could be in political science, public administration, policy, sociology, economics or related fields.The Committee will begin reviewing applications on September, 21st.
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