This page, devoted to recruitment in economics at the University of Paris Nanterre, aims to:
This site IS INDEPENDENT of the university administration. In particular, the files must follow the official route and respect all the administrative constraints.
Q1. What are the selection criteria used?
R1. The committee examines all admissible applications (candidates for recruitment, candidates for transfer). The selection is made on the basis of the following criteria: quality of the scientific dossier, ability to integrate within EconomiX, educational qualities (in particular as they may manifest during the hearing), candidate’s commitment to responsibilities collective; finally, special attention is paid to files showing that the candidate meets a mobility criterion
Q2. Does the committee favor one or more research areas?
R2. The positions are marked according to the needs in terms of research and teaching. In the case of wide signage, candidates can send their application provided that their research work falls within at least one of EconomiX’s three research axes.
Q3. What are the lessons to be provided?
R3. Unless otherwise specified, the Lecturers and Professors recruited are part of the UFR SEGMI (Economics, Management, Mathematics and Computer Science). The courses are given in the Department of Economics, the teaching needs covering a wide range which extends from L1 to M2 and D.
Q4. As I am potentially interested in being recruited at the University of Paris Nanterre, can I present my work at a seminar?
R4. For candidates for Lecturer positions, an “Laboratory Open House” day is organized during each recruitment campaign in order to allow interested candidates to present their work. For candidates for Professor positions, seminars are organized by half-day.
Q5. Who should I send my requests for further clarification?
R5. Interested candidates can send their requests to Lionel Ragot , president of the Disciplinary Advisory Committee. They can also contact Nadine Levratto , Director of EconomiX, and Marc Baudry , Director of the Department of Economics.