Open rank position in Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics
The Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics (INO) at the Copenhagen Business School (CBS) invites applications for a full time faculty position at open rank; tenure-track assistant professor, associate professorship, or professorship within the research areas of the department. The starting date is expected to be 1 September 2018.
The call includes the following types of positions:
- Assistant professor: The position is a fixed term tenure track teaching and research position of four years with the possibility of one or two years' extension.
- Associate professor: The position is a permanent position with research and teaching obligations.
- Professor mso: The position is time-limited to a period of three-five years with the possibility of extension. The main responsibilities will focus on research and development tasks.
- Professor: The position is a permanent, full Professorship with research and teaching obligations.
The Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics (INO) is one of the largest and most productive international research environments within innovation and entrepreneurship. INO is home to research centers such as the Mærsk McKinney-Møller Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship, the Research Centre on Biotech Business, and Shipping Economics & Innovation Center. INO hosts the directorship of DRUID and the editorial office of the journal Industry & Innovation.
INO has a stimulating and very international research culture, and INO faculty has recently published in such core journals as Management Science, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Journal, Information Systems Research, Research Policy, and Journal of Business Venturing.
Research topics of the Department include open innovation, markets for technology, university-industry interaction, patenting and licensing, high-tech entrepreneurship, behavioral economics in entrepreneurship, founder characteristics, labor mobility, social capital and innovation, and team dynamics. Empirical data ranges from experiments to surveys to register data (including the national Danish employee/employer register).
The department teaches innovation and entrepreneurship primarily at the MSc level. The department hosts MSc programs in e.g. Management of Innovation and Business Development, Biotech Business Innovation, Innovation in Health Care, and Creative Business Processes.
INO runs a highly successful, cohort-based PhD program in innovation and entrepreneurship.
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