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The Operations Management section of the Amsterdam Business School is looking for a PhD candidate for an interdisciplinary project in the fields of computer …
The Operations Management section of the Amsterdam Business School is looking for a PhD candidate for an interdisciplinary project in the fields of computer science and marketing.
Topic: The decision for the location of a retail store has been of key importance to companies as it is well known that location is a prime factor for retail patronage decisions and a strong source of competitive advantage. In this project, we take advantage of the neighbourhood-level open data statistics, as well as social multimedia (e.g. user-generated images, text and various metadata) and other channels to research the problem of store location, store popularity and store design. Specifically, given a set of potential areas in a city to open a store, our aim is to identify the most promising ones in terms of store popularity. In addition, we aim at identifying the ‘look and feel’ that will create store popularity.
The PhD candidate will work on:
The appointment will be for a period of 4 years, with an intermediate evaluation after 18 months. End-result should be a PhD thesis. An educational plan will be drafted that includes attendance of courses and (international) conferences. The PhD candidate is also expected to assist in teaching at undergraduate level.
The gross monthly salary will range from €2,222 in the first year to €2,840 in the last year. The Collective Labour Agreement (CAO) for Dutch Universities is applicable.
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Please quote vacancy number 18-118 in the subject line.
All applications should include a:
An interview and a scientific presentation will be part of the selection process.
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