Tenure Track Position in Entrepreneurship (ECF - Economics & Finance) - 2022
Harvard Business School
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Required Education: Doctorate/Professional
Higher Education Institution
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
The Entrepreneurial Management Unit of Harvard Business School seeks candidates for full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor positions starting July 2022. Applicants should be new or recent graduates with a strong record in a doctoral program.
The ideal candidates will conduct research influencing both academics and practitioners. Candidates with formal training in economics, sociology, finance, strategy, management, organization theory, sociology, psychology, strategy, as well as inter-disciplinary candidates, are encouraged to apply. Research interests should include one or more of the following: entrepreneurial leadership and organization; emerging industries and technologies; innovation; or financing ventures and growth. This positions require a commitment to case method teaching.
Applicants with a background in economics or finance should submit a complete job packet by 11:59 pm Tuesday, November 30, 2021. These candidates should select the job title option "Entrepreneurship: Economics & Finance (ECF)" when choosing a position on the application.
Job packets must contain a cover letter specifying that you are applying for the “EM Unit”, current CV, three letters of reference, publications, job talk paper (identified as such) and any additional papers, description of courses taught, and teaching ratings. Recommenders should submit letters online by 11:59 pm Tuesday, November 30, 2021.
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Widespread ethical lapses of leaders in government, business and other professions prompt demands for more and better moral education. More fundamentally, the increasing complexity of public life - the scale and range of problems and the variety of knowledge required to deal with them - make ethical issues more difficult, even for men and women of good moral character. Not only are the ethical issues we face more complex, but the people we face them with are more diverse, increasing the frequency and intensity of our ethical disagreements.
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