Economic Research Organization, University of Hawai'i - Manoa
The University of Hawaii at Manoa invites applications for a distinguished professorship in Housing Policy and Affordability in the Department of Urban & Regional Planning (DURP) (.75 FTE) and the University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization (UHERO) in the Social Science Research Institute (SSRI) (.25 FTE), both of which are housed in College of Social Sciences with tenure based in DURP. The opening is at the Associate or Full Professor rank, full-time, 9-month, permanent, tenure track, beginning August 1, 2017, contingent on position clearance and availability of funds.
- Teach undergraduate and graduate courses on housing policy and planning in DURP.
- Supervise and mentor MA and PhD students, publish scholarly, peer-reviewed research in areas of expertise, and provide service to the department, research unit, and the university.
- As the Hawaii Community Reinvestment Corporation (HCRC) Chair in Housing Policy and Affordability, develop a research agenda in the area of housing policy with a focus on affordability and needs.
- Seek extramural funding to support this research agenda. Deliver research results and policy implications for Hawaii to stakeholders, the broader community, policy makers and planners through targeted consultation and outreach consistent with the DURP and UHERO missions.
University of Montana - Missoula
The Bureau of Business & Economic Research (BBER) invites applicants for the position of Economist and Director of Forecasting. The position directs the BBER's forecasting efforts and is also responsible for designing, maintaining and extending its databases to support all of the BBER's research activities. The incumbent is expected to carry out all of the activities related to the development and operations of economic, demographic and other statistical forecasting models; including but not limited to formulating recommendations and plans; providing advice/consultation on economic, statistical, and database relationships; and collaborating on plan data collection methods for specific projects. The incumbent is expected to conduct peer-reviewed research and disseminate research findings to the public in non-technical language, including presentations at the Montana Economic Outlook Seminars.