University Assistant (post doc) at the Department of Business Administration
The Department of Business Administration at the University of Vienna invites applications for the position of a Postdoctoral Researcher (“Universitätsassistent”) In Strategic Management/Organizational Design.
Who we are
The Department of Business Administration at the University of Vienna is one of the most internationally focused and visible management departments in Europe – constantly ranked among the top in management research among all universities in the German-speaking world, and belonging to the finest institutions in its field internationally.
The Strategic Management Subject Area within the Department has commenced its operations in August 2012. Currently, our team consists of 10 people from four different nationalities. Jointly, we investigate questions pertaining to strategic decision-making of organizations and related performance implications. We are particularly interested in early-stage (organizational design) decisions relevant to firms operating in (technologically) innovative environments. We are agnostic to methods and pursue formally analytical, simulation-based, ethnographic, large-scale empirical as well as experimental techniques. Our publications have appeared in the finest management outlets, such as the Academy of Management Review, Management Science, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Production and Operations Management, Research Policy, and the Strategic Management Journal, to mention but a few. Our research is funded by several agencies, and we regularly host conferences and seminars featuring colleagues from all over the globe.
We now seek to fill a (non tenure-track) postdoctoral position.
We offer a 40 hours/week contract (gross salary amounting to approx. 50,000 ¤/annum), including pension benefits and healthcare insurance, for up to six years.
Duration of employment: 4 year/s
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