The Finance Department of the Wharton School is seeking applicants for a tenure-track faculty position at the level of Full and Associate Professor in the areas of:
Strong interest and proven competence in research and scholarship. Demonstrated ability or potential for high quality research and teaching are important. Applicants must have a PhD. from an accredited institution and a proven track record of research and teaching.
If you should need to contact the Finance Department, please email the Recruitment Coordinator at:
Applicants should complete and submit the following required materials in PDF format only in order to be considered.
Required: Curriculum Vitae
Optional: Additional Documents
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Internal Number: 66628
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