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Assistant Professor, International Development and Economic Policy (IDEP)

The Department of International Affairs in The Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track assistant professor or advanced assistant professor in the field of international development and economic policy (IDEP). Successful applicants should have a Ph.D. by the beginning of employment in September, 2015 and demonstrate evidence of a commitment to excellence in research and teaching. Candidates must have a PhD in Economics, Political Science, Sociology or a related discipline. The individual selected will teach in the Quantitative Methods sequence of courses and other IDEP courses, and must demonstrate a strong commitment to research in the context of a public policy graduate school environment. Possible research areas might include but are not limited to micro-finance, global health, immigration, political economy of development, poverty and social welfare, and international trade. Academic affiliation with the Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture and/or the Conflict and Development Center at Texas A&M University is possible if interested. Individuals with expertise in developing countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America are especially encouraged to apply.

Applicants should send a formal letter of interest that includes reference to the relevant position, a curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation and a samples of written work to:

Professor Gregory Gause
c/o Ms. Janeen Wood (preferably as electronic attachments to bushschoolmpia-facultysearch@tamu.edu)
The Bush School of Government & Public Service
Texas A&M University
4220 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4220

The review of applications will begin on October 1, 2014 and continue until the position is filled. Additional information is available: http://bush.tamu.edu

Texas A&M University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to diversity.
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