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INAUGURAL MEETING OF THE SOCIETY * Call For Papers

FOR ENVIRONMENTAL LAW & ECONOMICS

 

TIME-VARYING CORRELATION * Call For Papers

AND VOLATILITY SYMPOSIUM 2008

 

FORECASTING AND MONETARY POLICY * Call For Papers

 

HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH * Faculty Position in

Law and Public Health

 

QUEEN'S SCHOOL OF BUSINESS * Faculty Position in

Managerial Economics

 

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY * Faculty Positions in

Economics and Finance

 

INDIANA UNIVERSITY * Faculty Position

in Macroeconomics

 

UNIVERSITY OF FREIBURG * Professor in Applied

Econometrics

 

UNIVERSITY OF FREIBURG * Bertha Ottenstein

Professorship in

Quantitative Finance

 

THE TUCK SCHOOL OF BUSINESS * Faculty Search in

AT DARTMOUTH International Economics

 

THE TUCK SCHOOL OF BUSINESS * Faculty Search in

AT DARTMOUTH Applied Microeconomics

 

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CALL FOR PAPERS

 

INAUGURAL MEETING OF THE SOCIETY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL

LAW AND ECONOMICS

 

March 27 and 28, 2009

Vancouver, Canada

 

 

The inaugural meeting of the Society for Environmental Law

and Economics will be held on March 27 and 28, 2009, at the

University of British Columbia Faculty of Law in Vancouver,

Canada.

 

 

OVERVIEW:

 

This will be the first of hopefully many meetings of a

community of environmental scholars interested in working

in the intersection of law, economics, and environmental or

natural resource issues. We hope to attract economists,

psychologists and other social scientists who wish to

seriously engage in legal complexities, legal scholars that

recognize the value of analytical methods, and

environmental scientists that are willing to venture into

the policy realm. We seek papers and scholars that engage

in the interdisciplinary aspects of environmental issues.

 

In the spirit of collegiality, the meeting will take place

in a workshop format, in which all sessions will be

plenary. We encourage all attendees to try to stay for as

much of the workshop as possible, though of course we

understand that travel constraints often make this

difficult. Our goal is to create a program that includes a

variety of disciplinary perspectives, ideally consisting of

20-30 papers over the two-day period. Further announcements

will be forthcoming regarding housing arrangements.

 

There will not be funding available for travel or lodging

expenses, but the UBC Faculty of Law will provide for food

and drink during the workshop.

 

 

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE:

 

To submit a paper, please email a Word or pdf file to:

 

Email: MAILTO:hsu@law.ubc.ca

 

with the subject line "SELE SUBMISSION," by September 30,

2008. Please direct inquiries to this same email address.

We will review all the papers and get back to you by

November 1.

 

 

Daniel H. Cole

R. Bruce Townsend Professor of Law, Indiana University

School of Law - Indianapolis

 

Richard O. Zerbe

Daniel J. Evans Distinguished Professor of Public Policy,

Evans School of Public Affairs, University of Washington

 

Jonathan R. Nash

Professor, Emory University School of Law

 

Shi-Ling Hsu

Associate Dean for Special Projects, University of British

Columbia Faculty of Law

 

 

Apologies for cross-postings.

 

 

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CALL FOR PAPERS

 

TIME-VARYING CORRELATION

AND VOLATILITY SYMPOSIUM 2008

 

The Australian School of Business

University of New South Wales, Sydney

 

28th November 2008

 

 

In recent times there has been much focus placed upon the

time-varying nature of correlations and volatility in

finance, economics and accounting. The purpose of this

symposium is to bring together academics, practitioners and

policy-setters who have an interest in the area.

 

 

TOPIC AREAS:

 

- New measurement, modelling and forecasting of correlation

and volatility

 

- Theory and Applications in:

- Banking

- Stock and Bond Markets

- Commodity Markets

- Derivatives

- Corporate Finance

- Macroeconomic Modelling

- International Finance

- Insurance

 

 

SPECIAL ISSUES:

 

There will be a special issue of Elsevier's Economic

Systems on selected papers presented at the Symposium,

after a review process.

 

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

 

Professor Ron Bewley, Commonwealth Bank

 

Professor David Feldman, Australian School of Business,

University of New South Wales

 

 

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE:

 

Email submissions as a pdf file to:

 

Email: MAILTO:volatility.correlation@business.unsw.edu.au

 

 

SUBMISSION DEADLINE:

 

12 September 2008

 

 

COST:

 

Australian $200 (Academic rate)

 

Australian $400 (Non Academic rate)

 

 

FURTHER INFORMATION:

 

Webpage: www.banking.unsw.edu.au/FinanceSymposium

 

Symposium organisers Dr Vince Hooper and Dr Jonathan Reeves

can be contacted by emailing:

 

Email: MAILTO:volatility.correlation@business.unsw.edu.au

 

 

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CALL FOR PAPERS

 

CONFERENCE

 

FORECASTING AND MONETARY POLICY

 

 

ORGANIZERS:

 

Organized by Helge Berger, Chair of Monetary Economics,

Freie Universitat, Berlin

Jorg Breitung, Research Professor of the Deutsche

Bundesbank, University of Bonn

Heinz Herrmann, Head of the Research Centre, Deutsche

Bundesbank

Pierre L. Siklos, Wilfrid Laurier University, Viessmann

European Research Centre, Waterloo, Canada, and Bundesbank

Professor, Freie Universitat, Berlin

 

 

OVERVIEW:

 

Central banks now routinely release, and comment, on

forecasts for macroeconomic and financial variables, using

a variety of methodologies in preparing and presenting

forecasts. Some publish a staff forecast, others rely on

professional forecasts, while still other forecasts may be

from the monetary policy committee or its members. Central

banks also compete with forecasts made by financial

institutions and private foundations or research

organizations, with potential implications for their

credibility and the monetary policy environment. Against

this background, the organizers are interested in empirical

and methodological papers that examine forecast

uncertainty, the use and construction of fan charts, the

performance of forecasts from various modeling approaches

(e.g., DSGE versus VAR type models), forecast comparisons

and combinations, the debate about whether central bankers

should release their own forecasts, whether conditional

forecasts of the future policy track are advisable and

current experiences with such forecasts. Additionally, as

there are growing concerns over central banks' ability to

anchor inflationary expectations, the organizers are also

keen on papers that are concerned with long-run forecasts

of inflation. Finally, we are also interested in papers

that examine the record of institutional forecasters, in

particular in Europe and in Germany.

 

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

 

Professor Axel Weber, President, Deutsche Bundesbank

Professor Francis X. Diebold, Joseph M. Cohen Professor

of Economics, University of Pennsylvania

 

Professor Jon Faust, Johns Hopkins University

 

 

LOCATION:

 

The workshop will take place on March 23-24, 2009, in the

Berlin branch of the Bundesbank.

 

 

TOPICS:

 

Any papers that fit the topics outlined above will be

considered for presentation.

 

 

EXPENSES:

 

Expenses for travel (economy class round-trip) and

accommodation will be covered for speakers and discussants.

 

 

SUBMISSION INFORMATION:

 

The organizers will consider extended abstracts. However,

preference will be given to completed papers. Proposals

should be sent to:

 

CONTACT: Pierre L. Siklos

Email: MAILTO:psiklos@wlu.ca

 

by November 30th, 2008. Only completed papers, however,

will be accepted for the final program. Drafts will be due

by February 20th, 2009.

 

Notifications of conditional acceptance will be sent by

January 9th, 2009.

 

Authors should confirm their acceptance of the offer by

January 30th, 2009.

 

 

WEBSITE:

 

More detailed information on the workshop will eventually

be posted at:

 

www.wlu.ca/viessmann

and

www.bundesbank.de

 

 

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HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

 

Department of Health Policy and Management

 

Assistant or Associate Professor of Law and Public Health

 

 

The Department of Health Policy and Management at the

Harvard School of Public Health seeks candidates for the

position of assistant or associate professor of law and

public health. This is a tenure-ladder position, with the

academic rank to be determined in accordance with the

successful candidate's experience and productivity. The

successful candidate will play a central role in the

department's program of teaching and research.

 

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Candidates must possess a law degree, the ability to teach

health law at the graduate level, and the interest and

potential to conduct empirical research. A background in

health or advanced training in health policy, economics, or

a related social science discipline is desirable.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Please send a letter of application, including a statement

of current and future research interests, curriculum vitae,

sample publications, and the names of three referees to the

following address. Applicants should ask their three

referees to write independently to this address.

 

CONTACT: Chair, Search Committee for Law

and Public Health

c/o Mindy Starmer, Search Administrator

Department of Health Policy and Management

Harvard School of Public Health

677 Huntington Avenue

Boston, MA 02115

 

Harvard University is committed to increasing

representation of women and minority members among its

faculty, and particularly encourages applications from such

candidates.

 

 

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QUEEN'S SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

 

Tenure-Stream Position in Managerial Economics

 

 

Queen's School of Business invites applications for a

tenure-stream position in Managerial Economics.

 

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

 

The School seeks individuals whose research uses rigorous

empirical analysis or theory to yield managerially relevant

insights. We are particularly interested in applied micro-

economists with a specialization in international economics

and/or industrial organization. A commitment to excellence

in research and teaching is expected. Candidates should

possess a Ph.D or be near completion and must exhibit high

potential for innovative scholarly research and for

outstanding teaching contributions in support of the

School's various programs.

 

 

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY AND SCHOOL:

 

Queen's University has a long and rich tradition of

academic excellence, dating back to a royal charter granted

by Queen Victoria in 1841. Queen's School of Business is

one of the world's premier business schools, with an

outstanding reputation for innovation and quality. Our MSc

and Ph.D programs in Management attract highly qualified

research-oriented students in seven different fields of

study. Our undergraduate Commerce program has among the

highest entrance standards in Canada and is widely viewed

as the country's best undergraduate business program.

Queen's has gained international recognition for its MBA

and executive education programs. BusinessWeek ranks

Queen's full-time MBA #1 outside the U.S.; Queen's

Executive MBA #1 in Canada and #21 in the world; and our

open enrollment executive education programs #1 in Canada

and #10 in the world. Queen's School of Business is also

home to Centres focused on business venturing, corporate

social responsibility, knowledge-based enterprise and

corporate governance. The School is fully accredited by

U.S.-based AACSB, Brussels-based EQUIS (the accrediting

arm of EFMD - the European Foundation for Management

Development), and U.K.-based Association of MBAs. The

learning environment at Queen's is supported by outstanding

library and computing facilities. More information is at:

 

www.business.queensu.ca

 

Kingston is a unique Canadian city of 125,000 with a

distinct blend of history, recreation, industry and

learning. Situated on the shores of Lake Ontario, it is

within a two-and-a-half hour drive of Toronto, Montreal,

and the nation's capital, Ottawa. It is a thirty minute

drive from the international bridge linking Ontario and

upstate New York, and another ninety minutes from Syracuse.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

This is an international search, open to candidates of all

nationalities. However, in accordance with Canadian

Immigration requirements, priority will be given to

Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Queen's

University is committed to employment equity and diversity

in the workplace and welcomes applications from women,

visible minorities, aboriginal people, persons with

disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or

gender identity. The academic staff at Queen's University

are governed by a Collective Agreement between the Queen's

University Faculty Association (QUFA) and the University,

which is posted at: www.qufa.ca. The appointments

are subject to final budgetary approval.

 

The effective date is July 1st, 2009, but flexible. Please

submit a cover letter, current CV, references and a

research sample, electronically to:

 

EMAIL: MAILTO:man-econrecruit@business.queensu.ca

CONTACT: Brent Gallupe, Associate Dean

Queen's School of Business

Goodes Hall Room 346

Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6

 

 

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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY

 

Department of Business Management

 

Faculty Positions in Economics and Finance

 

 

Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah is seeking qualified

applicants for faculty positions in Economics and Finance in the

Department of Business Management.

 

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

 

All candidates must have a PhD degree in Economics, Finance, or

a related area by August 2009. Candidates must also have a

demonstrated interest in pursuing research and teaching in

financial economics, and have evidence of successful

research activity and teaching, appropriate to rank.

Positions are tenure-track and available August 2009.

 

 

UNIVERSITY HONOR CODE AND DRESS AND GROOMING STANDARDS:

 

All faculty are required to abide by the University's Honor

Code and Dress and Grooming Standards which includes

abstinence from coffee, tea, tobacco, and alcohol.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

All applications must include a curriculum vitae, an

example of working papers and/or publications and a summary

of teaching evaluations if available. Applications for

Assistant Professor must also include three letters of

recommendation. Applications will be taken until the

position is filled.

 

CONTACT: Professor Brent Wilson

Tel: 801.422.5251

Email: MAILTO:brent_wilson@byu.edu

TNRB 660

Brigham Young University

Provo, UT 84602

 

Brigham Young University, an equal opportunity employer, is

a private university with unique goals and aspirations that

arise from the mission of its sponsoring institution, The

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Strong

preference is given to qualified candidates who are members in

good standing of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

 

 

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INDIANA UNIVERSITY,

Bloomington

 

Department of Economics

 

Assistant, Associate or Full Professor

 

E0 Macroeconomics

AF Any Field

 

 

The Indiana University Department of Economics has

authorization to make at least one tenure track appointment

at the rank of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor. The

Department is interested in candidates in Macroeconomics.

Exceptional candidates in other fields will be considered

as well.

 

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Candidates must have Ph.D. completed or completion

anticipated, with initial appointment as Lecturer until

completion of Ph.D. and must demonstrate the capacity for

high-quality research and instruction. Candidates for a

senior appointment must have an outstanding publication

record and be committed to an ongoing program of research

and teaching of the highest quality.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

To be certain of receiving full consideration, applications

should be received by October 15, 2008. Applications for an

Assistant Professor position should include 3 letters of

recommendation. Applications for an Associate or Full

Professor position should include 6 letters of

recommendation. We strongly encourage applications from

women and minorities. Indiana University is an equal

opportunity/affirmative action employer.

 

CONTACT: Professor Gerhard Glomm, Chair

Department of Economics

Wylie Hall 105

Indiana University

Bloomington, IN 47405

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF FREIBURG

 

Department of Economics and Behavioural Sciences

 

Professor in Applied Econometrics

 

 

Applications for the position of a Professor in Applied

Econometrics (W 2) are invited by the Department of

Economics and Behavioural Sciences at the University of

Freiburg by 1 April 2009.

 

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

 

The successful candidate will be expected to conduct

research and to teach in the field of econometrics and

empirical research in applied economics. Joint

responsibilities of the professorship include teaching

students in mathematics, statistics, and econometrics in

the Bachelor and Master programmes. The successful

candidate will regularly hold courses in time series

econometrics and in the econometrics of financial markets.

Besides, active participation in training Ph.D. students is

expected. The primary research focus should lie in the

field of applied econometrics (time series econometrics or

cross-sectional econometrics).

 

Candidates must have a completed university degree,

pedagogical aptitude, a doctoral degree as well as the

"venia legendi" or an equivalent research record.

Publications in respected international research journals

are expected.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

The University of Freiburg encourages applications of

women. Applicants with children are welcome as well since

the university is committed to family-friendliness. Part-

time work is generally possible. Equally qualified

applicants with disabilities will receive preferential

consideration.

 

Applicants should submit the usual documents by 26

September 2008 to:

 

CONTACT: The Vice Dean of the Department of

Economics and Behavioural Sciences

Professor Thomas P. Gehrig, Ph.D.

Albert-Ludwigs-University

Freiburg i. Br., Germany

 

A completed application form should be included, available

for download at:

 

www.wvf.uni-freiburg.de/informationen

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF FREIBURG

 

Department of Economics and Behavioural Sciences

 

Bertha Ottenstein Professorship in Quantitative Finance

 

 

The Department of Economics and Behavioral Sciences at the

University of Freiburg invites applications for the newly

created position of Bertha Ottenstein Professorship

in Quantitative Finance (W1-Assistant Professorship/

Juniorprofessur).

 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

This is a new program to support promising female

researchers. The position is based on a temporary

appointment with tenure-track (including transfer into W3).

It is funded by means of the German Excellence Initiative.

The successful candidate will lead a research group and

conduct research on "Pricing of Risk in Incomplete

Markets". Teaching will be in the field of quantitative

finance. Handicapped applicants receive priority in case

of equal scientific merit.

 

The successful candidate will have completed her doctoral

studies with distinction. Publications in leading

international field journals are most welcome. The initial

appointment will be for four years and after successful

evaluation can be extended to six years. A tenure decision

will be made before the last year.

 

 

FURTHER INFORMATION:

 

CONTACT: Professor Ernst Eberlein

Email: MAILTO:eberlein@stochastik.uni-freiburg.de

and

CONTACT: Professor Thomas Gehrig

Email: MAILTO:thomas.gehrig@vwl.unifreiburg.de

 

are happy to answer any further questions regarding the

research group.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Please address your application before 26.09.2008 to:

 

CONTACT: Prof. Thomas P. Gehrig, Ph.D.

Vice Dean of the Faculty of Economics and

Behavioral Sciences

University of Freiburg

D-79085 Freiburg

GERMANY

 

A completed application form should be included, available

for download at:

 

www.wvf.uni-freiburg.de/informationen

 

 

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THE TUCK SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AT DARTMOUTH

 

Faculty Search in International Economics

September, 2008

 

 

The Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College's graduate

school of management, anticipates conducting a faculty

search in the area of international economics during the

2008/09 academic year.

 

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

 

We will accept applications from all candidates, although

we are most interested in those with significant experience

and also with strong empirical interests. Overall, we seek

candidates who can produce research of excellent quality

that will have high impact on the field. As potential

colleagues, we look for candidates who can interact

effectively with others and make a meaningful intellectual

contribution to the school.

 

 

ABOUT THE TUCK SCHOOL:

 

The Tuck School fosters a professional environment that is

intellectually stimulating and interdisciplinary. We value

excellence in both research and teaching and provide ample

financial and logistical support in a highly collegial

culture as a means to achieve these ends. The School

provides a very high level of support for research, ranging

from generous research budgets to an in-house staff of

research support professionals.

 

Founded in 1900, The Tuck School is the country's first

graduate school of management. The only degree it offers is

the MBA. Its two-year program has a total of approximately

500 students, almost all with employment experience. Tuck

also offers various management development programs for top

level managers with high potential, and its academic

centers support a variety of programs and initiatives on

the global economy. The Tuck faculty numbers 45 full-time

positions as well as visiting lecturers, post-docs, and

adjunct faculty in specialized fields.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Send resumes to:

 

CONTACT: Senior Associate Dean Robert G. Hansen

Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth

100 Tuck Hall

Hanover, NH 03755

 

Dartmouth College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative

Action employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to

apply.

 

 

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THE TUCK SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AT DARTMOUTH

 

Faculty Search in Applied Microeconomics

September, 2008

 

 

The Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College's graduate

school of management, anticipates conducting a faculty

search in the area of applied microeconomics during the

2008/09 academic year. We seek applications from candidates

with significant experience, ranging from a number of years

after doctoral training to the most senior level. We will

not be searching at the (new-PhD) level for this position.

 

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

 

We welcome candidates from all areas of applied

microeconomics, but we have a particular interest in

candidates working in industrial organization and those

with strong empirical interests. Overall, we seek

candidates who can produce research of excellent quality

that will have high impact on the field. As potential

colleagues, we look for candidates who can interact

effectively with others and make a meaningful intellectual

contribution to the school.

 

 

ABOUT THE TUCK SCHOOL:

 

The Tuck School fosters a professional environment that is

intellectually stimulating and interdisciplinary. We value

excellence in both research and teaching and provide ample

financial and logistical support in a highly collegial

culture as a means to achieve these ends. The School

provides a very high level of support for research, ranging

from generous research budgets to an in-house staff of

research support professionals.

 

Founded in 1900, The Tuck School is the country's first

graduate school of management. The only degree it offers is

the MBA. Its two-year program has a total of approximately

500 students, almost all with employment experience. Tuck

also offers various management development programs for top

level managers with high potential, and its academic

centers support a variety of programs and initiatives on

the global economy. The Tuck faculty numbers 45 full-time

positions as well as visiting lecturers, post-docs, and

adjunct faculty in specialized fields.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Send resumes to:

 

CONTACT: Senior Associate Dean Robert G. Hansen

Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth

100 Tuck Hall

Hanover, NH 03755

 

Dartmouth College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative

Action employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to

apply.

 

 

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