FW: Georgia Tech School of Public Policy: Faculty Position - Economics or Metrics of Research and Innovation Policy
eugene.garfield at THOMSON.COM
Mon Sep 26 16:54:08 EDT 2005
From: Philip Shapira [mailto:ps25 at prism.gatech.edu]
Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 4:37 PM
To: garfield at dsl.cis.upenn.edu
Subject: Georgia Tech School of Public Policy: Faculty Position -
Economics or Metrics of Research and Innovation Policy
Dear Dr. Garfield:
I am writing to let you know that the Georgia Tech School of Public
Policy is conducting a national and international search for a new
faculty member in the Economics or Metrics of Research and Innovation
Policy. Full details of the position are provided below.
I would be very appreciative if you would forward the announcement to
others who should be aware of this search and post it (electronically or
in hard copy) so that others may see it.
If you have any recommendations as to individuals who might be
well-qualified for this position, please let me know (or let them know
If you would like to informally discuss the position in terms of your
own interests or obtain further information, please contact me by email
Formal applications for this position should be directed to the search
secretary, as noted in the announcement.
After reviewing applicants, we plan to interview for this position early
in 2006, so as to make an appointment beginning in academic year
starting August 2006.
With many thanks.
Professor, School of Public Policy
Chair, Search Committee (Faculty Search, Economics or Metrics of
Research and Innovation Policy)
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332-0345, USA
Tel: +1 404 894 7735; Fax: +1 404 385 0504
Email: ps25 at prism.gatech.edu
Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Public Policy, Atlanta, GA
OPEN FACULTY POSITION IN THE
ECONOMICS OR METRICS OF RESEARCH AND INNOVATION POLICY
START AUGUST 2006
Georgia Tech's School of Public Policy - an internationally recognized
center of excellence in science and technology policy - seeks applicants
for a faculty position in the economics or metrics of research and
innovation policy, including interests in information, biomedical,
nanoscience, and other emerging research and technological domains.
Competency in the analysis of research and innovation data sets desired.
Full-time, tenure track, start August 2006, rank open, Assistant or
Associate applicants especially encouraged.
The successful candidate will teach science and technology policy
(including innovation economics and/or measurement issues in R&D policy)
and core public policy courses, and develop an innovative research
portfolio. Ph.D. required. Women and minority applicants encouraged.
Assistant Professor applicants: include three recommendation letters.
Senior applicants: provide names and addresses of at least three
Send application materials to Carmen Williams, Search Secretary, School
of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
30332-0345, USA; or apply by email to cwjobsearch at pubpolicy.gatech.edu,
with hard copy following by regular mail. Availability of position
contingent on funding. For immediate consideration, apply by December 1,
2005. Search may be extended.
PhD discipline is open - we anticipate applicants from economics, public
policy, management, science and technology policy, as well as other
fields. Applicants who currently hold a PhD or who will complete their
PhD before August 2006 will be considered.
Georgia Tech is an internationally recognized technological university.
Georgia Tech's staff include more than 800 academic faculty, nearly
1,300 full-time researchers, and more than 400 technicians. Georgia Tech
conducts externally-sponsored research for public and private
organizations valued at more than $425 million annually, making the
university one of the leading U.S. research institutions in engineering,
science, and technology.
The Georgia Tech School of Public Policy offers degree programs at the
bachelors, masters, and doctoral levels. The School's research centers
and programs include the Georgia Tech Technology Policy and Assessment
Center, the Research Value Mapping Program, and a new Science,
Technology and Innovation Program. Georgia Tech brings together one of
the largest and most prominent clusters of faculty engaged in science,
technology, and innovation research, policy, and evaluation in the
United States. In addition to the School of Public Policy, there are
complementary research groups in science, technology, and innovation
policy domains in Management; Economics; History, Technology and
Society; Industrial and Systems Engineering; and other units at the
Institute. For more information about the Georgia Tech School of Public
Policy, see http://www.spp.gatech.edu <http://www.spp.gatech.edu/>
AN EQUAL EDUCATION/EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION.
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