15 PhD Positions in EU Horizon 2020 MSCA-ITN project MoSaiQC: Modular Systems for advanced integrated Quantum Clocks
Ongeveer 11 uur geleden - Universiteit van Amsterdam (UvA) - Amsterdam
You have the ambition to make scientifically and societally impactful contributions to the field of urban/health economics.The position will consist of …
You have the ambition to make scientifically and societally impactful contributions to the field of urban/health economics.
The position will consist of teaching (40% of your time), renewal of courses and thesis activities (20% of your time) and research (40% of your time). Therefore, you are expected to be enthusiastic about designing new and challenging courses, as well as to conduct scientific research that can make essential theoretical advancements, and that will impact societal developments.
Teaching (the lecturer part). You are willing and able to teach and supervise in the area of Health economics. The specific courses that you will cover are Management and Economics of Health and Care and Public health (MST32806) and Economics of Health and Care (UEC11806). These courses can be (partly) redesigned to better fit the focus of the UEC group and yourself. Next to these two courses, you might be asked to help out in other courses. In addition, UEC wants to re-structure her thesis procedures and planning.
Research (the postdoc part). You are an enthusiastic researcher with a background in health economics and/or spatial economics/geography, and/or behavioral economics/economic psychology who would fit in our team. We prefer someone who is interested in urban development and with possible spillovers to other areas of emphasis in the group.
You have a good statistical background and knowledge of various research methodologies (e.g. survey techniques, simulation, ABM, behavioral experiments, choice experiments). You are interested in connecting your teaching and research skills to research opportunities in the context of either behavioral change or spatial transitions in the urban and urban-rural context. Think for example about energy or health related research on drivers and barriers of behavioral change and technology implementation. You have experience with publishing your work in disciplinary economics journals or top journals in other fields.
To sum up:•A PhD in health economics/ urban economics / behavioural economics;
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