Full Professor of Financial Accounting and Corporate Governance
Locatie Nijmegen Functietypes Professors, associate professors, assistant professors and lecturers Wetenschappelijke discipline Economics Uren 38.0 uren per week Werk-/denkniveau Doctorate Vacaturenummer 27.16.11 Vertalingen en
You have a PhD degree in the field of Accounting or a related and clearly relevant field. You possess proven qualities in contributing to the international, academic discussion in the field of Accounting, which among other things, is apparent from the publications in prominent international academic journals. You have demonstrated thorough knowledge about recent theoretical and empirical developments in the fields of ‘Financial Accounting’ and ‘Corporate Governance’. Furthermore, you possesses a wide experience in supervising research projects and programmes, including the supervision of PhD researchers, and in initiating and supervising externally funded research. You have shown success in attracting external funding for research projects. You have an excellent teaching record, proven effective didactic skills, the capacity to develop and implement innovative teaching methods, as well as proven ability to supervise the development and implementation of an academic study programme. You possess leadership skills, which have been displayed within academic circles. You are willing to work together with other chairs within the Department of Economics, to build up the department and to represent it at home and abroad. In addition, you are willing to collaborate with chairs in other disciplines within the NSM.
- Radboud University Nijmegen has excellent conditions of employment. The salary depends on qualifications and experience;
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The Department of Economics is one of the four departments within the NSM and consists of four chairs: Economic Theory and Policy, International Economics, Finance, and Accounting. What sets the Nijmegen curriculum in Economics apart is that it takes a view labeled as “Economics+”. This focus reflects a broader view concerning the developments within the discipline of economics itself. That is, economics is seen as pluralistic, which enables the combination of various, different perspectives. Consequently, in the curriculum the standard course listing is combined with classes that put economics within an ethical, historical, philosophical, institutional, and methodological perspective. As such, it reflects the research of the Department of Economics, which is also characterized by a multidisciplinary approach.