Our team of highly motivated and aspiring researchers, led by Prof. Dr. Thorsten Sellhorn is part of the transregional DFG project TRR 266 Accounting for Transparency and the Sustainability Reporting Navigator (SRN). We explore research questions related to financial and sustainability reporting:
- The TRR 266 is a trans-regional Collaborative Research Center funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). Our team of more than 100 dedicated researchers examines how accounting and sustainability reporting affect firm and regulatory transparency, and how regulation and transparency impact our economy and society.
- The SRN provides an open-science resource that enables firms, their stakeholders, and the general public to navigate the evolving field of sustainability reporting.
- Other areas of teaching and research focus on international and national (group) accounting as well as issues of company analysis, auditing and valuation.
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We are looking for you:
post-doctoral researcher (m/f/x)
Your tasks and responsibilities:
- In a team with doctoral students, you will independently lead empirical research projects on questions of mandatory and voluntary financial and sustainability reporting and its regulation.
- You will conduct lectures and tutorials in our Institute’s Bachelor- and Master-level courses as well as supervise students’ theses.
- You will present your work at international conferences, aspire to publish in leading international journals, and contribute as a team member to the activities of our institute and the Accounting & Taxation cluster.
- With out support, you will prepare yourself for the academic job market.
- You have successfully completed a PhD in business administration, economics, information systems or a related field of study - ideally with a specialization in accounting, finance, data science and/or sustainability reporting.
- You are interested and motivated by the above-mentioned research areas and have gained initial publication experience.
- You have acquired in-depth empirical and data analytical skills and experience as well as topical knowledge in accounting theory and practice as part of your PhD program.
- You have very good analytical and English language skills, the ability to work in a team, an independent way of working and a high level of commitment.
- Your workplace is centrally located in Munich at LMU’s main campus. Our Accounting & Taxation cluster works internationally in an open, and cooperative working atmosphere.
- We offer a supportive environment and provide post-docs with the essential skills and knowledge required for a successful academic career.
- We offer payment according to TV-L E 13. There is the possibility of partly working from home. The application of women is welcome.
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Also possible in a part-time capacity.
People with disabilities who are equally as qualified as other applicants will receive preferential treatment.
We look forward to receiving your application. Please send your documents as a single PDF file to Prof. Dr. Thorsten Sellhorn (email@example.com), with a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org (Evelyn Pachta) no later than 15.03.2024.
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