The Marketing Department at NYU Stern School of Business will be recruiting for one tenure-track assistant professor position in quantitative marketing.

Located in New York City, the Stern Marketing Department is ranked as one of the top departments in the world based on research productivity. Our faculty currently consists of 27 full-time faculty members from all over the world with multiple areas of expertise including advertising, branding, consumer behavior, data analytics, decision-making, machine learning, market research, pricing, new product development,  high-tech marketing, international marketing, and digital marketing.

Application Instructions

The online, completed application should include a curriculum vitae, three letters of reference, published and working papers, as well as any additional materials relevant to evaluating the candidate’s potential and should be received no later than August 15, 2022.

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Candidates should have a PhD, or candidates must have successfully defended their doctoral dissertation prior to appointment, and are expected to be productive researchers and effective teachers at undergraduate, MBA and PhD levels.

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