The post-doctoral researcher will pursue his or her own research agenda in the field of comparative politics (e.g. representation, political behavior, democratic institutions, historical CP) and produce scholarship with the potential for publication in international outlets. He or she will contribute to teaching in the field of comparative politics or applied methods (3 hours per week), advising of BA, MA, and PhD students, and some administrative tasks. Collaboration in research projects running in the research group and the Department is encouraged.
Preference will be given to scholars whose current and future research is aligned with the research group and anchored in comparative politics or applied methodology.
Closing date for applications: April 1, 2022
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