Job: Shanghai University of Finance and Economics


Several positions in Marketing at all levels

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The School of International Business Administration at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics invites outstanding candidates to fill several full-time positions in Marketing at all levels (Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor). The starting time of employment is flexible. Applicant should have excellent research training and evidence of outstanding research and teaching potential, and should have a Ph.D. or be a Ph.D. candidate.

Located at the most dynamic and exciting city of Shanghai, the School has an aggressive plan to grow in academic areas such as Applied Econometrics, Business Strategy, Industrial Organization, International Trade, Marketing, Logistics and Operations Management. As one of the earliest Chinese universities to develop research and teaching programs in Marketing, we have established a highly reputable academic system offering Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph.D. degrees.

The compensation package is competitive, and includes salary, research funds, housing allowances and other fringe benefits.

Interested candidates please email a cover letter, a CV, a sample of recent papers, and arrange three letters of reference to be sent to The contact person is Professor Yuying JIN, Associate Dean, School of International Business Administration, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, 777 Guoding Road, Shanghai, 200433, China. For more information, visit

Applicants are encouraged to file your application early. Representatives from the School will be available to meet with a group of selected applicants in the Summer AMA 2008 conference in San Diego.

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