The Department of European and International Studies is recruiting a Lecturer in International Political Economy with a specialism in Heterodox Economics. The post is open in terms of theoretical approach or research topic within the field of heterodox economics, the desire is for methodological expertise in quantitative skills and/or applied statistics. In particular, the post holder is expected to contribute to the teaching of International Economics, Applied Quantitative Methods and/or Applied Statistics, particularly for the BAs in European Politics and International Studies and the MA in International Political Economy offered by the department and the BA in International Relations to which the department contributes. The post holder will contribute to research-led teaching at UG and PGT levels, contribute to advancing the department’s research culture and grant capture efforts, and work well with others in the department and across the School and Faculty.
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