The successful candidate will engage in research and teaching in the area of comparative politics. She or he is expected to pursue own research interests, acquire funded projects and produce outstanding scholarship with publications in top journals and presses. Teaching includes seminars or courses in English and/or German (app. 3 hours weekly in 2 semesters of 14 weeks) and advising students. Candidates must possess encompassing theoretical knowledge of comparative politics, solid training in quantitative methods and statistical packages (Stata and R), international experience, the ability to work in team and conduct independent research and a motivation to pursue an international academic career with a cutting-edge research agenda.
Applications by: April 1st, 2022
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