ERN Professional Announcements and Job Openings, 11/30/2006


December 01, 2006.  

 

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November 30, 2006

 

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FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE * Call For Papers

ON BUSINESS, INVESTMENT AND POLICY

RESEARCH

 

EUROPEAN SCIENCE DAYS STEYR/ * Call For Applications

AUSTRIA SUMMER SCHOOL

 

STRENGTH OF ECONOMY THROUGH * Conference and

THE SPECIALIZED CITIES Call For Papers

 

LAMFALUSSY RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP * Call For Projects

 

CESIFO/HECER/RUESG WORKSHOP * Workshop and

ON INTERNATIONAL OUTSOURCING Call For Papers

 

BANK FOR INTERNATIONAL * Senior Economist

SETTLEMENTS

 

GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY * Assistant Professorships

 

CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY * Jr. Faculty Position

in Economics

 

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON * Research Fellow

INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION

 

HUNTER COLLEGE * Distinguished Senior

Lecturer

 

HOLY FAMILY UNIVERSITY * Assistant Professor

in Economics

 

MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE OF ECONOMICS * Senior Researcher

 

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FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

On

BUSINESS, INVESTMENT AND POLICY RESEARCH

 

January 14-15, 2007

Bangladesh Institute of Administrative

Management (BIAM) Foundation

63 New Eskaton, Dhaka, Bangladesh

 

www.worldconferencecare.com

 

 

CALL FOR PAPERS:

 

This truly international conference solicits abstracts, full

papers and case studies in all areas of accounting,

banking, economics, finance, management, marketing, micro

credit, investment, money, corporate governance, public

policy, and international trade from the academics,

researchers, company executives, practitioners, policy-

makers and students.

 

All papers will be submitted electronically through URL:

 

www.worldconferencecare.com

 

 

DEADLINE:

 

The deadline for submission is December 19, 2006.

 

 

PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITIES:

 

All refereed papers will be double blind reviewed. The best

papers will be published in the Journal of Business and

Policy Research. However, all accepted papers will be

eligible for publication in the special issue of

International Review of Business Research Papers subject to

the compliance to the journal's guidelines.

 

 

OTHER FEATURES:

 

This international conference is featured by Best Doctoral

Thesis Award and Doctoral Symposium which will be conducted

by the most experienced international academics and

doctoral supervisors.

 

 

WHO COMES TO OUR CONFERENCE?

 

Since 2004, authors from over 40 countries have

participated in our conferences and you will be amazed to

see the list of delegates in our conference website.

 

 

FURTHER INFORMATION:

 

For further queries please contact:

 

CONTACT: Dr. Mohamamd Hoque

World Business Institute

Melbourne, Australia

Email: MAILTO:moz1950@yahoo.com.au

 

 

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THE ECONOMICS OF HEALTH AND HEALTHCARE

 

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

 

EUROPEAN SCIENCE DAYS STEYR/AUSTRIA SUMMER SCHOOL

 

Thursday 12 July - Wednesday 18 July 2007

 

Scientific Organizer: Prof. Peter Zweifel

(University of Zurich)

 

 

The European Science Days 2007 are inviting applications

for the summer school on "The Economics of Health and

Healthcare".

 

 

LECTURERS:

 

Lecturers include:

 

PD Dr Konstantin Beck (CSS Insurance, Lucerne)

Risk Adjustment in Health Insurance

 

Prof. Kristian Bolin (University of Lund)

The Individual as a Manager of Health, Wealth, and Wisdom

 

Prof. Han Bleichrodt (Erasmus University)

Cost-effectiveness and its Measurement

 

Prof. Friedrich Breyer (University of Constance)

The Optimal Health Insurance Contract

 

Prof. Dorte Gyrd-Hansen (Copenhagen Business School)

Measuring Preferences for Healthcare Provision

 

Prof. Don Kenkel (Cornell University)

The Economics of Substance Use

 

Prof. Matthias Kifmann (University of Augsburg)

The Political Economy of Health

 

Dr. Hansjorg Lehmann (Swiss National Bank)

Distinguishing Between Risk Selection and Moral Hazard

Effects in Health Insurance

 

Prof. Willard Manning (University of Chicago)

The Econometrics of Demand for Healthcare Services

 

PD Dr Volker Meier (University of Munich)

The Economics of Long-term Care

 

 

COURSE DETAILS:

 

Each day will comprise six hours of lectures. Participants

are encouraged to contribute posters for the poster

sessions. Best posters will be awarded.

 

 

APPLICATIONS/FURTHER INFORMATION:

 

Graduate students and post-docs in economics, political

science, sociology or related fields are invited to send

their application to:

 

CONTACT: European Science Days Steyr

c/o Dr. Alexandra Suess

Email: MAILTO:a.suess@ewts.at

 

www.ewts.at

 

Applications shall include a CV, a brief statement

describing research interests and achievements, and one

letter of recommendation. We request the letter of

recommendation to be sent by the recommenders directly to

the above email address.

 

Deadline for application is March 31, 2007.

 

The Summer School itself is free of charge. Participants

will be charged a contribution of Euro 400 for the cost of

lodging, meals (breakfast, coffee breaks, lunch), and

social events throughout the conference.

 

 

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CALL FOR PAPERS

 

Gulf Organization For Industrial Consulting

 

CONFERENCE ON

"STRENGTH OF ECONOMY THROUGH THE SPECIALIZED CITIES"

 

March 26-27, 2007

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

 

 

CONFERENCE OVERVIEW:

 

The Gulf Organization for Industrial Consulting invites

academics to present their current research on the various

aspects of industrial zones in promoting economic growth

and development in the Middle East. Some of the topics

covered in the conference include the future challenges and

global competitiveness of Middle Eastern industrial

exports, the place of industrial cities in the New Economy

and their role in the development of the region.

 

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

 

The organizing committee is headed by Dr. Maros Ivanic.

 

 

CONFERENCE LOCATION:

 

Abu Dhabi International Exhibition Centre, Abu Dhabi,

United Arab Emirates

 

 

PROVISIONS FOR THE PARTICIPANTS:

 

 

The Organization will provide for a limited budget towards

travel expenses and hotel accommodations for academics

presenting papers.

 

 

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCESS:

 

Those interested in presenting a paper are invited to send

an electronic copy of the abstract to the conference

administrator by 31st December 2006. The completed papers

are expected by 15th of March 2007.

 

CONTACT: Dr. Maros Ivanic, Conference Administrator

Email: MAILTO:ivanic@goic.org.qa

Tel: (+974) 485 87 34

(+1) 20 25 95 70 53

Fax: (+974) 485 87 30

 

 

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CALL FOR PROJECTS

 

LAMFALUSSY RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP

 

 

The European Central Bank (ECB) is seeking applications

from promising young researchers for five Lamfalussy

Fellowships in 2007. The Lamfalussy Fellows programme was

launched in 2003 in the context of the ECB-CFS Research

Network on "Capital Markets and Financial Integration in

Europe". It is aimed at promoting high-quality research on

the structure, integration and performance of the European

financial system (see www.eu-financial-system.org

for further information). The programme is named after

Baron Alexandre Lamfalussy, the first President of the

European Monetary Institute. Each fellowship is endowed

with an honorarium of Euro 10,000.

 

 

RESEARCH PROJECTS:

 

The successful candidates will be required to write a

research paper during 2007 on one of the network's

priority topics, namely:

 

(1) Bank competition and the geographical scope of banking

activities in the European Union.

(2) International portfolio choices and asset market

linkages between Europe, the United States and Japan.

(3) European bond markets.

(4) European securities settlement systems.

(5) Start-up financing and developments in new markets in

Europe.

(6) The relationship between financial integration and

financial stability.

(7) EU accession, financial development and financial

integration.

(8) Financial system modernisation and economic growth in

Europe.

 

 

FURTHER INFORMATION:

 

More detailed descriptions of topics of interest can be

found in the road map document prepared by the Steering

Committee of the Research Network, available at:

 

www.eu-financial-system.org/roadmap.pdf

 

or from the contact given below, and in the research report

entitled "Research Network on Capital Markets and Financial

Integration in Europe: Results and Experience after Two

Years", ECB and CFS, 2004, available at:

 

www.eu-financial-system.org/capitalmarketsfinancialintegration200412en.pdf

 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Lamfalussy Fellows are expected to present their papers

at the network's workshops and conferences and ultimately

to publish them in leading refereed journals. Information

about previous and current Fellows can be obtained from

the network website:

 

www.eu-financial-system.org/fellowships.html

 

 

CANDIDATE PROFILE:

 

Applicants should be no more than 36 years old by the time

of the deadline for submission.

 

Researchers at the assistant professor level and very

advanced PhD students are particularly encouraged to apply.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Applications should be submitted in English and include a

covering letter, curriculum vitae, two letters of

recommendation and a two-page research proposal falling

under one of the topics mentioned above. They should also

contain a statement concerning the candidate's current

sources of funding. Applications should be sent to:

 

CONTACT: Sabine Wiedemann

European Central Bank

Kaiserstrasse 29

60311 Frankfurt am Main

Germany

Fax: +49 69 1344 8552

Email: MAILTO:sabine.wiedemann@ecb.int

 

Applications should reach the ECB no later than 31 January

2007. To meet the deadline, a copy may be sent by fax or by

e-mail. However, a signed application must still be sent by

post.

 

The Selection Committee will award the five fellowships in

the course of February 2007.

 

 

ABOUT BARON LAMFALUSSY:

 

Alexandre Lamfalussy is one of the leading central bankers

of his time and is one of the main supporters of a single

capital market within the European Union. He was a member

of the Delors Committee for the Study of European Economic

and Monetary Union, the General Manager of the Bank for

International Settlements and the first President of the

European Monetary Institute (in charge of preparing the

third stage of EMU). He was also an Executive Director of

Banque Bruxelles Lambert, Chairman of EuroMTS, and he

chaired the "Committee 3 of Wise Men on the Regulation of

European Securities Markets", whose reform proposals were

adopted by the EU Council in Stockholm in March 2001.

 

Baron Lamfalussy was born in Hungary in 1929 and studied at

the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium. He obtained

a doctorate (D.Phil.) in economics from Oxford University

(Nuffield College) and taught at the University of Louvain

and at Yale University. He is the author of numerous

research articles and books on economic policy.

 

 

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CESifo / HECER / RUESG

WORKSHOP ON INTERNATIONAL OUTSOURCING

 

Helsinki

June 1 - 2, 2007

 

 

CESifo ( www.cesifo-group.de ), the Helsinki Center

of Economic Research ( www.hecer.fi ) and the

Research Unit of Economic Structures and Growth (RUESG,

www.valt.helsinki.fi/raka/ ) in Helsinki will

organize a two-day workshop on international outsourcing.

The aim of the workshop is to take stock of current

research on international outsourcing.

 

 

PAPERS:

 

We welcome both theoretical and empirical research

contributions belonging to the fields of labour economics,

international economics, industrial organization or

organization theory. In designing the programme we will

give a particular priority to studies focusing on the

impact of outsourcing on wage formation, unemployment and

the welfare state in European countries with imperfectly

competitive labour markets. The workshop will include an

introductory lecture, a keynote lecture as well as 10 to 12

other presentations. The schedule of the workshop will

offer plenty of time for official and unofficial

discussions.

 

 

INVITED SPEAKERS:

 

Professor Elhanan Helpman, Harvard University, USA.

Professor Hans-Werner Sinn, CESifo, Germany.

 

 

SUBMISSIONS:

 

We invite interested researchers to participate in the

workshop and to submit manuscripts for presentation. The

deadline for the submission of manuscripts is March 15,

2007. The announcement of acceptance will be given by April

13, 2007. A selection of workshop papers will be published

as a special issue of CESifo Economic Studies, subject to

the normal refereeing process (see below for more

information about the journal). All presented papers are

eligible for submission to the CESifo working paper series.

 

The manuscripts should be sent via e-mail to the organizers

at the following address:

 

CONTACT: Professor Erkki Koskela

Department of Economics

University of Helsinki, Finland

Email: MAILTO::erkki.koskela@helsinki.fi

 

 

SEMINAR VENUE AND COSTS:

 

The workshop will be held in Economicum, Arkadiankatu 7,

located in the city center of Helsinki. The organizers will

reserve and cover accommodation for the presenters, as well

as cover their travel costs (economy class/APEX). There is

no registration fee. Participants who do not present a

paper are expected to carry the expenses for accommodation

and travel themselves. For further information, please

contact the organizers.

 

 

THE ORGANIZERS:

 

Erkki Koskela

Department of Economics

University of Helsinki, Finland

Email: MAILTO:erkki.koskela@helsinki.fi

 

Marko Kothenburger

CES, University of Munich and CESifo

Germany

Email: MAILTO:mkoethen@ces.vwl.uni-muenchen.de

 

Rune Stenbacka

Department of Economics

School of Business, Economics and Law

Goteborg University, Sweden

Email: MAILTO:rune.stenbacka@economics.gu.se

 

 

INFORMATION ABOUT THE JOURNAL CESIFO ECONOMIC STUDIES:

 

With the increasing specialization in the profession, there

is an urgent need for building bridges between the

different areas in economics. The economic research papers

published in academic journals are becoming increasingly

less accessible to those not working in the same field.

CESifo Economic Studies aims to bridge the gap between

specialized research in economics and the interest of non-

specialists. The journal combines theory and empirical

research with a strong emphasis on policy issues. CESifo

Economic Studies publishes contributed papers by top level

academic economists which are written in a style accessible

to all economists regardless of their specialization. The

primary focus of the journal is on policy problems, but it

also publishes high quality, non-technical articles which

are of general interest to economists.

 

The journal is circulated among a wide audience including

government, business, and policy-makers as well as

academics and students. All articles appearing in the

journal are thoroughly refereed.

 

 

FURTHER INFORMATION:

 

For more information see:

 

www.cesifo-economic-studies.com

 

 

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BANK FOR INTERNATIONAL SETTLEMENTS

(Switzerland)

 

Monetary And Economic Department

 

Senior Economist

Research and Policy Analysis Group

 

 

The BIS is looking for economists interested in policy-

oriented research and analysis.

 

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Suitable candidates will have a PhD and at least 5 years of

relevant experience, preferably at a central bank, focus on

monetary policy and open economy macro economics, and have

a demonstrated capacity to identify and address policy

issues. The main working language of the BIS is English;

excellent writing skills are essential.

 

 

ABOUT THE BIS:

 

The BIS is an international institution which acts as a

forum for international monetary and financial cooperation

between central bankers and other supervisors. It also

conducts research on monetary, banking and financial

issues. Conditions of employment are similar to those

offered by other international institutions. Additional

information on the BIS and its activities (including

research papers) is available at:

 

www.bis.org

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

In case of interest, please submit your CV to the

recruitment section of the BIS website at:

 

www.bis.org

 

 

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GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY

 

School of Public Policy

 

Assistant Professorships

 

 

The School of Public Policy at George Mason University

invites applications for two tenure-track assistant

professorships to begin in the fall of 2007. In public

finance and budgeting, candidates should be able to teach

economic analysis and budget politics in a global setting.

In national security studies, candidates should be able to

teach courses at the strategic and operational levels and

may have an affiliation with our masters program in peace

operations.

 

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Successful candidates for either position must have a Ph.D.

in hand by the end of the current academic year and

demonstrate a commitment to academic research. Applications

should also convey evidence of success in one or more of

the following areas: scholarly publication, teaching at the

professional or doctoral levels, external research funding,

and non-academic professional experience relevant to the

field of the search.

 

 

ABOUT THE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY:

 

We seek applicants who are excited about working in the

School of Public Policy's vibrant interdisciplinary

community of more than forty full-time faculty and teaching

at the professional and doctoral levels. We enroll more

than 850 students in five general and specialized

professional masters degree programs and about 150

candidates in a research-oriented Ph.D. program.

 

 

ABOUT THE SCHOOL:

 

Located in Arlington and Fairfax, Virginia, just minutes

from Washington, D.C., the School of Public Policy is the

leading graduate school of its kind in the region and

serves a wide range of students from across the country and

around the world. The School of Public Policy faculty

participate actively in research, much of it externally

funded, at the local, regional, national, and global

levels. For more information, please visit our website at:

 

policy.gmu.edu

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Applications should include a full curriculum vitae,

graduate school transcript, letters of recommendation, and

a writing sample. We will not accept them via e-mail.

George Mason University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative

Action employer and is strongly committed to diversity

within its community.

 

A full curriculum vitae, graduate school transcript,

letters of recommendation, and a writing sample should be

sent to:

 

CONTACT: Faculty Search Committee (2)

School of Public Policy, MSN 3C6

George Mason University

4400 University Dr

Fairfax, VA 22030

 

 

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CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY

 

Tepper School of Business

 

Junior Faculty Position - Economics

 

 

The Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University

is seeking faculty candidates with research and teaching

interests in microeconomics and economic theory for a

tenure-track junior position, commencing September 2007.

 

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Applicants should have recently completed or be nearing

completion of a Ph.D. degree in economics and should have

potential for excellence in research and teaching. Teaching

assignments encompass undergraduate, MBA, and Ph.D.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Applicants must submit current vitae, three letters of

recommendation, and evidence of research such as

publications, working papers, or dissertation proposal to:

 

CONTACT: Ms. Rosanne Christy

Faculty Search Coordinator for Economics

Carnegie Mellon University

Tepper School of Business

Room 233 Posner Hall

5000 Forbes Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Tel: 412-268-1320

 

(Submissions only accepted by mail). In order to ensure

consideration, completed applications must be received by

December 31, 2006.

 

Carnegie Mellon is an equal opportunity/affirmative action

employer with particular interest in identifying women and

minority applicants for faculty positions.

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF LONDON

 

INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION

 

Bedford Group for Lifecourse and Statistical Studies

 

Research Fellow (Grade II/III)

 

Salary up to British Pound 40,391 (Grade II)

or up to 47,489 (Grade III) inclusive

 

Appointment available for two years

Job share considered

Appointment subject to CRB Disclosure

 

 

The Centre for the Wider Benefits of Learning and the

National Institute of Adult and Continuing Education

(NIACE) are looking to appoint an economist as a Research

Fellow, working closely with a number of major education

research centres.

 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION/QUALIFICATIONS:

 

We would like to secure a post-doctoral economist with

strong quantitative skills. The particular focus of the

fellow will be on developing robust research on the

potential benefits of adult learning. This fellowship

provides an opportunity to carve out a leading role in the

economics of adult education in the UK and more broadly.

The post requires someone who has wider interests than pure

economic outcomes. It will be essential to have a close

working relationship with NIACE staff and regular meetings

in either London or Leicester.

 

 

APPLICATIONS/FURTHER INFORMATION:

 

For an application form and further details please ring:

 

Tel: +44 (0)20 7612 6159 (24 hour answerphone)

 

quoting the reference R/BG/47 or e-mail:

 

Email: MAILTO:jobs@ioe.ac.uk

 

Textphone calls accepted via Typetalk (Typetalk users please

call 18001 020 7612 6715 during normal working hours).

 

Please, do not send CVs at this stage. Completed applications

to be returned to:

 

CONTACT: The Human Resources Department

Institute of Education

University of London

20 Bedford Way

London WC1H 0AL

 

by 14 December 2006.

 

We Positively Encourage Applicants from all Sections of the

Community.

 

 

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HUNTER COLLEGE

 

Distinguished Senior Lecturer

 

 

The Department of Economics at Hunter College is seeking a

Distinguished Senior Lecturer.

 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION/QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Candidates can be in any field of economics and should have

significant career accomplishments in academia, business

and/or the public sector, preferably with involvement in

domestic or international public policy issues. Duties

include teaching, graduate and undergraduate student

guidance, and research.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Appointments are for fixed terms but may be renewed. Review

of candidates will begin December 1st, but applications

will be accepted until the position is filled.

Send statement of interest, CV, indication of past teaching

experience, and names of up to five references to:

 

CONTACT: Randall K. Filer

Senior Search

Department of Economics

Hunter College

695 Park Ave

New York, NY, 10021

 

Hunter College is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

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HOLY FAMILY UNIVERSITY

 

School of Business Administration

 

Assistant Professor in Economics

 

 

The School of Business Administration invites applications

for one full-time position at the rank of Assistant

Professor in Economics to begin in 8/07. The salary is

competitive & commensurate with experience.

 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION/QUALIFICATIONS:

 

The primary focus is on quality teaching. Successful

candidates will also be expected to participate in the full

range of faculty responsibilities, including scholarly

research appropriate to the position. The teaching duties

include economic and basic quantitative courses. The

candidate is required to have the Ph.D. degree by 8/07.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

To receive consideration by the search committee,

candidates must submit a letter of application and a vita

to:

 

CONTACT: Dr. Anthony Akel, Dean

School of Business Administration

Holy Family University

9801 Frankford Ave.

Philadelphia, PA 19114

 

Holy Family University is located in a highly affordable

metropolitan area full of attractions and activities.

 

EOE.

 

 

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MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE OF ECONOMICS

 

Evolutionary Economics Group

 

Senior Researcher

 

 

A Senior Researcher Position is available at the

Evolutionary Economics Group of the Max Planck Institute

of Economics.

 

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

 

We invite applications of economists with proven experience

in empirical research methods such as time series, panel

data and cluster analysis. Additional experience in the

field of consumer behavior and/or evolutionary economics

would be advantageous. Applicants are expected to

participate in projects currently conducted in the

Evolutionary Economics Group and to join a new project on

the evolution of consumption in developed and developing

countries. For details contact:

 

CONTACT: Guido Buenstorf

Email: MAILTO:evo.applications@econ.mpg.de

 

or visit our website at:

 

www.econ.mpg.de

 

We offer a full-time temporary appointment for two years

starting at a date to be negotiated.

 

The institute offers outstanding research conditions and a

gross salary between 2,800 and 4,000 Euros per month

depending on experience.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

If you are interested in joining our internationally

oriented team, please send letter of interest, CV,

publication list, and, where applicable, a sample of

unpublished scholarly work no later than January 5, 2007

to:

 

CONTACT: Professor Ulrich Witt

Max Planck Institute of Economics

Evolutionary Economics Group

Kahlaische Strasse 10

07745 Jena (Germany)

Email: MAILTO:evo.applications@econ.mpg.de

 

 

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