Τίτλος: Επίκουρος Καθηγητής
Κωδικός θέσης: APP26864
Φορέας: Πανεπιστήμιο Θεσσαλίας
Σχολή: Οικονομικών και Διοικητικών Επιστημών
Τμήμα/Ινστιτούτο: Οικονομικών Επιστημών
Γνωστικό αντικείμενο: Ιστορία των Οικονομικών Θεσμών
Ημερομηνία Έναρξης Υποβολών: 13/04/2022
Ημερομηνία Λήξης Υποβολών: 13/06/2022
The doctoral student will work within the research project "Migration policy, migrant selection and labor market outcomes in Sweden and Denmark, 1986-2017". The project is motivated by the significant immigration that has characterized countries in Western Europe in recent decades, in recent years increasingly dominated by refugee and family reunification migration. While a large literature has illustrated factors that are particularly important for the individual's socio-economic integration, the understanding of how integration is affected by migration policy and selection is lacking. Within the project, individual register data for the total population in Sweden and Denmark between 1986-2017 will be used, in combination with aggregated information on policy changes over time, in order to contribute to the understanding of a topic of great scientific and social importance. The study context is optimal in several respects. Both countries have experienced significant immigration at the same time as they have adopted different migration policies during the period. Another advantage can be traced to Sweden's and Denmark's geographical proximity and deep institutional, socio-economic and cultural similarities, something that enables the effects of policy changes to be more easily identified.
The aim of the program is to examine the careers of women and men in science and technology with the use of micro (register) data. Our goal is to investigate patterns in scientific and inventive careers and highlight factors that create gender differences in such paths (e.g., family background, fertility, educational choices, resources). We will look at people’s career advances and productivity in terms of quantity and quality of scientific and inventive output. The student will be supervised by the senior faculty involved in the project and use large-scale micro data to track people’s careers in science and technology. Thus, interest in, and ideally experience of such data and methods is highly valued.
At the Department of Economic and Social History of the Vienna Faculty of History, Assistant Prof. Federico D’Onofrio is looking for a University Assistant prae doc (Ph.D. student) in the field of economic and social or business history. Successful candidates will join the team of the project “DATAREV, Leading the first data revolution in European agriculture: farm accountancy data and their impact 1870–1945”. The project investigates accounting as a crucial tool of Europe’s agricultural modernization.
The section of Economic and Social History aims to appoint an Assistant Professor as of 1 July 2022. The position involves 70% teaching and 30% research. The Assistant Professor will be involved in high-quality teaching and supervision tasks within the regular programmes as offered by the Department of History, on BA, MA and RMA level in a broad range of courses, possibly extending beyond the specific field of Economic and Social History. The Assistant Professor is expected to further develop his/her research agenda within the field of Economic and Social History, aiming for publications in leading journals, with a potential for attracting/securing research funding.