I've heard from Maryland-CP Ag Econ
So have I :))). But not from UC riverside, UC santa barbara / international studies center, etc.
anyone hear from harvard, berkeley, LSE?
Have you heard from the Community Development job opening at Minnesota?
I know Harvard has made calls.
What is the maximum number of interviews you know someone has received so far on the development job market? I know someone with 15 (not me).
4:53, in case it's useful-- under "general questions" I noticed they're also comparing notes on how many interviews people have. As for development, the max I know about is smaller than the max you know about (I know someone with 12). Also, 3:49--I noticed that under "general questions" someone said s/he heard that LSE decided to skip AEA interviews, and go straight to fly outs. S/he also reported that LSE had already contacted their candidates. Also, 3:49--I know someone who's heard from Berkeley Ag Econ, but I don't know anyone who's heard from Berkeley Econ (are they even hiring in development?)
has anyone heard from washington state?
Berkeley has started making calls; they appear to be looking for the top candidates, regardless of need.
Just so I can cross schools off my list:Has anyone heard from the following departments? (and if so, when?)Chicago - Harris SchoolUCLA - EconColumbia - SIPAMIT-Sloan (GEMS)Harvard B-school (Business, Govt,Int'l economy unit)
Washington State has made calls.
heard from UCSC early last week
Yes, Washington State University made calls. As a development candidate I have 19 interviews so far in the academia, and 4 outside the academia.
8:56 AM, what is the rank of your school (give us a range)? Are you US citizen?
This position did not make it into the December JOE in time. I know several of the people in this group (Disclaimer: I am not at ASU) and it is a very friendly and inviting position, perfect for someone who is interested in inter-diciplinary work.----------------------------DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIST School of Global StudiesArizona State University Tempe, Arizona, USA The newly created School of Global Studies at Arizona State University invites applications for a tenure track position at the Assistant Professor level in Development Economics. Applicants will possess evidence of exceptional demonstrated potential in research, with an interest in real world issues, especially related to the interplay between global and local forces in developing countries. The appointee will join an extraordinary group of nationally and internationally recognized faculty, committed to trans-disciplinary perspectives in both research and teaching. Consistent with the Quality of Life focus of the School, we seek applicants interested in sustainable economic growth and poverty alleviation. The successful applicant will possess evidence of solid methodological skills, e.g., in research design, econometrics, and game theory.Existing undergraduate tracks in the School are in Governance, Environment, Urban Development, and Violence. The appointee will work with other faculty members to develop an undergraduate track in Development, and will contribute substantially to at least one other track. The School will initiate a practice oriented Masters Program in 2008, focusing on global decision making under conditions of risk and uncertainty in the context of global frameworks / regimes. A Ph.D. Program is also in the planning stage. The Development Economist will be closely involved in the development of the Masters and Ph.D. Programs. For more information on the School of Global Studies, see: http://www.asu.edu/clas/globalstudiesCandidates for the position must possess a Ph.D. in Economics, or closely related discipline / area. Applications will be accepted until February 15, 2007 and bi-monthly thereafter until search is closed. Applications must include a substantive cover letter, resume, names (and contact addresses) of three referees, and at least one example of the applicant’s work. ASU is an equal opportunity – affirmative action employer. A background check is required for employment. Applications must be sent to: Chair, Development Economics Search Committee, School of Global Studies, PO Box 85287 Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, 85287-5102. Electronic applications are especially encouraged; to be sent to Gisela.Grant@asu.edu
has anybody heard about any unusual recent developments regarding the michigan state development job? (someone just told me a weird story, which i'm not sure whether to believe)
yeah, 9:31, they appear to have filled the position and cancelled (at least some of) their interviews.
i know someone whose MSU interview got cancelled
10:55, so do i.
my interview was cancelled as someone "unexpectedly accepted an offer". fair enough, i suppose. it was a strange search, in that it started way back in early fall.
Does anybody know whom they hired? Was it someone who's "Senior Junior"? "Junior Senior"?
Answer for:"December 19, 2006 11:11 AM"I am in a top 10 department, lower half... :)
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