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Adjunct Professor: International Political Economy and Macroeconomics

The American Graduate School in Paris is seeking a qualified adjunct professor in Paris to teach subjects of International Political Economy and Macroeconomics as part of the curriculum of its US-accredited Master of Arts program in International Relations and Diplomacy. The American Graduate School is an equal opportunity employer committed to recruiting, supporting and fostering a diverse community of faculty, staff and students.

Ideal profile

Candidates must hold a Ph.D. degree in international relations, political science, economics, or a related field. The ideal candidate will have a record of outstanding academic research and teaching in the area of international political economy and macroeconomics. Experience in the American system of education is preferred but other candidates will be considered. While candidates do not have to be native Anglophones, they must have a fluent level of English. This candidate must either live in Paris, or would be responsible for any transportation costs incurred. A French visa with work rights is necessary.

Position details

  • The course involves 37.5 hours of teaching time per semester, broken down into weekly three-hour sessions.

  • Candidates may have the opportunity to provide thesis advising in addition to their teaching hours, for an additional compensation. This would be dependent on the decision of the administration.

  • The course is taught in Paris, in the premises of the American Graduate School in Paris, 101 boulevard Raspail, 75006 Paris.

  • The language of instruction is English.

  • Tentative starting date: beginning of September 2014

If you are interested please contact our academic coordinator, Ashley Stepanek, at ashley.stepanek@ags.edu


Unsollicited Applications

We are always open to receiving CVs/resumes and keeping them on file for any other future positions, so please feel free to email info@ags.edu and we will forward your application to the appropriate departments.

 
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Christian Karastojanov Canada
M.A., School of International Relations
Class of 2000

quote leftAGS's focus on both academics and real-world experience, its international faculty deeply engaged in current IR issues, and its connections to a variety of global governmental and non-governmental organizations all provided an invaluable preparation for a life in IR.quote right

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