Harvard Business School seeks innovative applicants with backgrounds in negotiation, decision making, behavioral economics, incentives, the motivation and behavior of individuals in organizations, and the design and functioning of markets, or related disciplines, for a tenure-track faculty appointment in its Negotiation, Organizations & Markets (NOM) Unit. The optimal candidate will be interested in understanding and solving real-world problems using rigorous research methods.
We are responsible for teaching a variety of MBA and executive education courses related to negotiation, organizational economics, behavioral economics and decision-making, and market design. We also teach doctoral courses and work closely with doctoral students in the organizational behavior program (joint with Psychology) and business economics program (joint with Economics).
Applicants should have outstanding records in Doctoral programs, and strong demonstrated potential and interest to conduct research at the forefront of their field.
Applicants whose research focuses on judgment and decision making, negotiation, social psychology, and/or organizational behavior should submit a complete application by 7 October 2016. These candidates should select the job title option “Tenure-Track Position: NOM - Behavioral Sciences” when choosing a position on the application.
Applicants whose research focuses on economics should submit a complete application by 20 November 2016. These candidates should select the job title option “Tenure-Track Position: NOM - Economics” when choosing a position on the application.
Candidates should submit a curriculum vitae, research and teaching statement, three letters of reference, and up to three representative publications or working papers.
To Mail Application Materials
Materials that must be sent in hard copy can be sent to:
Harvard Business School
Attn: NOM Unit Application
Morgan Hall T25
Soldiers Field Road
Boston, MA 02163
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.