The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) at North Carolina State University invites qualified applicants for Director of the Center for Environmental and Resource Economics Policy (CEnREP). This position is a nine-month research, teaching, and administrative appointment with tenure at the rank of associate or full professor. This position will be split 45% Research, 40% Academic Programs (Teaching), and 15% Administrative. CEnREP serves as a focal point for environmental and resource economics research on campus and sponsors prominent research endeavors such as Camp Resources. The Director position will be expected to foster applied research relevant to North Carolina.
The incumbent will work with ARE and CALS leadership to shape CEnREP’s future direction, while continuing with ongoing CEnREP efforts that promote interdisciplinary research. The Director’s classroom responsibilities include teaching two courses per year. The incumbent is also expected to advise student at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) at North Carolina State University invites qualified applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor Faculty position in applied microeconomics. This position will be split 50% Academic Programs (Teaching) and 50% Research. This position will develop an innovative research and teaching program centered on demand, marketing, and policy in the agricultural and food sectors. Potential research areas include, but are not limited to, consumer demand, consumer behavior, human nutrition and health, food safety, food supply chains and risk, new product development, labeling, demand systems, price analysis and price transmission.
The successful candidate’s research program should complement the current expertise among the ARE faculty and, where appropriate, the faculty in the department of Economics in the Poole College of Management (PCOM). The incumbent will teach an undergraduate course and/or a graduate level course in the joint ARE-Economics graduate program.
The Departments of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Economics in the Poole College of Management at North Carolina State University invites applications for the tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of International Economics. The position will be split 50% Academic Programs and 50% Research. The Assistant Professor of International Economics will hold appointments in both departments. This position is part of an ongoing cross-college collaboration within North Carolina State University, aimed at expanding the area of international economics.
Responsibilities include establishing and maintaining a successful research agenda that produces publications in high-quality peer-reviewed journals; being an effective teacher at the graduate and undergraduate levels; supervising PhD students; and providing service to the department, college and university. Expectations are for the individual holding the position to teach two courses annually, at either the graduate or undergraduate level, depending on departmental needs. Senior assistant professors are encouraged to apply.