Assistant Professor of Applied Economics and Policy
- Cornell University
- Ithaca, New York
- Faculty Jobs
- Social Sciences, Economics
- Position Type
- Assistant Professor
- Employment Type
- Full Time
- Institution Type
- Four-Year Institution
Assistant Professor of Applied Economics and Policy Real Estate Nolan School of Hotel Administration Cornell SC Johnson College of Business Cornell University
The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business invites applications from qualified individuals for one full time tenure-track faculty position in real estate in our Applied Economics and Policy area, with an affiliation in the Nolan School of Hotel Administration. The position will be based in Ithaca, NY. The intended start date of this position is July 1, 2023. The rank is commensurate with and reflective of the applicant’s academic record, at the Assistant level. Seasoned untenured professors will be considered. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Responsibilities of the position include teaching required and elective courses in real estate in both our undergraduate and graduate programs. Candidates will be expected to conduct high quality research and publish in top discipline journals in the fields of real estate, finance or economics. Given the Nolan School’s focus, candidates will be expected to contribute to the understanding of real estate within the context of hospitality management. Candidates are also expected to advise students, and to perform a variety of other professional service to the School, College, and University.
The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business (established on July 1, 2016) combines three Schools: the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management (Johnson), the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management (Dyson), and the Nolan School of Hotel Administration (Nolan). It is expected that our faculty teach across multiple schools within the College of Business.
The Nolan School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University is the top-ranked hospitality management program worldwide, with undergraduate, masters, and Ph.D. programs. The Nolan School of Hotel Administration has approximately 800 undergraduates and 100 graduate students. Founded in 1922, Nolan is an AACSB accredited business school, with a resident faculty of 65 and over 10,000 alumni worldwide. Important resources available to faculty include extraordinary access to industry leaders, excellent research funding, the Center for Real Estate Finance (CREF), the Center for Hospitality Research (CHR), and the cultural and intellectual resources of the Cornell University community.
The College’s real estate faculty are all members of the Applied Economics and Policy Area, which consists of 48 faculty from across our three Schools, and offers opportunities for cross-school collaboration with a wider network of economists at Cornell University. The successful candidate could also affiliate with one of the College’s other six Areas (Accounting; Finance; Management & Organizations; Marketing & Management Communication; Operations, Technology & Information Management; Strategy & Business Economics), if appropriate to his or her expertise.
Job Qualifications: A Ph.D. in real estate, finance, economics, or another appropriate field from a recognized program is required. Seasoned candidates will have demonstrated a record of exceptional real estate research and outstanding experience teaching undergraduate and graduate courses. Junior candidates must demonstrate the potential for exceptionality. Candidates will complement and extend the strengths of the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business’s faculty. Candidates with a propensity for, or a record of, research on commercial real estate and industry engagement with real estate professionals will be preferred.
Application process: To be considered for this position, apply at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/23846. The search committee will begin reviewing applications immediately and the positions will remain open until filled.
The following materials are required:
- Letter of interest, with clear indication of position being applied for; Curriculum vitae; Up to three research papers; Three recommendation letters; Statement on Contributions to Diversity; Report of courses taught and evidence of teaching effectiveness; and Any other supporting documents, such as curriculum development materials
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