Lecturer in International Economics
New York University
United States

Description

NYU Washington, DC, is seeking a local, part-time lecturer to teach an undergraduate course, International Economics at the academic center in Washington, DC in Fall 2020. The course will meet once per week for 3 hours for 14 instructional weeks (3 hours each session) plus a 15th session during "finals week" for the final exam. You may refer to the NYU Washington DC Academic Calendar for additional details. Class sessions are typically scheduled in the morning, afternoon, or evening on each weekday. Class sizes are small (usually 10–20 students).

The instructor role includes all preparation, delivery, and grading. Using Washington, DC as a learning tool (e.g., a guest speaker, an excursion) is an expectation for the course. Some administrative assistance is available to support the preparation of course materials. Courses are to be intellectually challenging in content, and rigorous student assessment is required.

Course Description: 

This course focuses on international trade in goods, services, and capital. It serves as an introduction to international economic issues and as preparation for the department’s more advanced course. The issues discussed include gains from trade and their distribution; analysis of protectionism; strategic trade barriers; the trade deficit; exchange rate determination and government intervention in foreign exchange markets.

About NYU and NYU Washington, DC:

Founded in 1831, New York University is the largest private university in the United States. The University has degree-granting campuses in New York, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai and operates 11 global academic centers and research programs in more than 25 countries. NYU Washington, DC is one of NYU’s 11 study away academic centers where students can participate to study away while earning credits towards their degree. If you would like to learn more about NYU Washington, DC please visit the website: https://www.nyu.edu/washington-dc.html.

Qualifications

All part-time lecturers are expected to have a Ph.D. or terminal degree in the area of their teaching. Qualified applicants will ideally have 2-3 years of experience teaching at the university level. In some instances, significant professional expertise and experience in a relevant field may be suitable. The salary will be based on equivalent and appropriate part-time lecturer rates for the course and location.

Application Instructions

All applications must be made online through Interfolio at https://apply.interfolio.com/75993. If you are new to using Interfolio Faculty Search you may find the following guide useful: Job Applicant's Guide to Interfolio Faculty Search. 

Applications must include a cover letter, an updated CV, copy of highest degree awarded, and recent student evaluations. In the cover letter, please highlight any relevant experience you have in teaching. 

Consideration for applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applications will be reviewed jointly by NYU Washington, DC and NYU New York. The salary will be based on equivalent and appropriate rates for the course. Terms and conditions will be discussed with the successful applicant. 

Please direct any questions to Michael Ulrich, Program Director at NYU Washington, DC via email at mu15@nyu.edu. 


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