- As a University of Excellence, Universität Hamburg is one of the strongest research universities in Germany. As a flagship university in the greater Hamburg region, it nurtures innovative, cooperative contacts to partners within and outside academia. It also provides and promotes sustainable education, knowledge, and knowledge exchange locally, nationally, and internationally. Junior professorships are aimed at researchers in the early stages of their career, within four years after completion of doctoral studies. The Faculty of Law invites applications for a Junior Professorship (W1) for Private Law And Economics commencing on 1 October 2020, ref. no. JP 316.
The Institute for Law and Economics (ILE) at the University of Hamburg has a vacancy for a research assistant as of 01.01.2021.
The position is located at the chair of Prof. Dr. Georg Ringe. The tasks include interdisciplinary research of law and economics in the field of financial market regulation, corporate governance and insolvency and capital market law. Furthermore, teaching activities are required.
The applicant should have an above-average degree and good knowledge in law and/or economics. Very good English language skills are expected. Further information can be found in the advertisement (PDF).
For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Georg Ringe by e-mail (georg.ringe"AT"uni-hamburg.de).
Application deadline is 20.10.2020.
Job vacancy for a Research Associate (#491)
The Institute for Law and Economics (ILE) at the University of Hamburg is seeking to fill the position of Research Associate as of 1 March 2024.
The ILE is one of the leading research centres for the economic analysis of law in Europe. We are looking for a research associate to strengthen our economic research team as part of a research project "Does constitution-making play a role? The economics of the drafting of social contracts" funded by the German Research Foundation in cooperation with the University of Warsaw. The position is ideal for being carried out alongside a PhD project. The project deals with the question of how the rules under which constitutions are written affect their longevity, compliance, legitimacy, etc. from an economic perspective.
The applicant should have very good knowledge of economic and empirical methods (the latter for example in one of the fields of econometrics, natural language processing or experimental methods). A strong interest in research questions in the field of legal economics, institutional economics or political economics is also required. Further information can be found in the call for applications. For further information, please contact Prof Dr Jerg Gutmann by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org). Application deadline is 07.01.2024.
We are happy to employ student assistants who want to gain an insight into the daily work at a research institute. We offer positions with a minimum of 20 hours/month and a duration of at least 2 semesters. Your tasks will include working on projects in interdisciplinary research and organisational activities for the Institute's Master's degree and doctoral programmes.
Convince us with:
- Affinity to the economic analysis of law
- Good knowledge of MS-Office
- Very good written and spoken English
- Willingness to deal with data
- Ability to work in a team, organizational talent, as well as open-mindedness and pleasure in independent work
What you can expect:
- Challenging tasks in organisation and research as well as constructive feedback
- Collaboration in an interdisciplinary team that works professionally and with commitment on new concepts and research questions
- Flat hierarchies and direct communication
- Enrolment at a Hamburg university