Post-doc Opportunity at University of Bologna

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Job Opportunity
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Post-doc Opportunity at University of Bologna
Department of Management, University of Bologna
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Marcello Russo, University of Bologna

The Department of Management of the University of Bologna is about to recruit a 24-month post-doc on the topic of "Corporate Culture and The Impact on Individuals' Work-Family Decisions". The post-doc is will work under the supervision of Marcello Russo, Assistant Professor at University of Bologna and Associate Editor for Journal of Vocational Behavior. The research grant is co-funded by Kedge Business School, France and the recruited candidate will have the opportunity to visit the Kedge Business School campuses as well during the 2 year period.

Eligible candidataes are schoalr with a PhD or PhD Students who have been adminitted to their final exam and who have competences in statistics (qualitative and experimental design) and good team spirit. 

Eligible candidates participating at the next week WFRN Conference in Washington could have a preliminary and informal job interview there. Please write an email to for further information.

*ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT:* The Department of Management was founded in 1983. With its 4 different structures in Bologna, Forli, and Rimini, the Department counts over 100 professors, researchers and research assistants in 9 research areas. The Department has distinctive capabilities in the study of entrepreneurship, SMEs, industrial clusters and networks of firms, consumer behavior, distribution channel management, innovation management, academic spin-offs and technology transfer. The Department runs several international degree programmes in English: Bachelor in Business and Economics (CLABE), Master in Business Administration (CLAMDA), Master in Innovation and Organization of Culture and the Arts (GIOCA), and Master in Service Management (SEM).


*ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY:* The University of Bologna was founded in 1088 and is considered to be the oldest university in the Western world. Today, with more than 84,000 students enrolled, the University of Bologna is one of the largest in Italy with 92 first cycle degree courses, 115 second cycle degree courses, 71 Master degree courses, 41 specialization courses, and 48 PhD programmes. The number of foreign students enrolled is about 5,900. The University of Bologna has a multicampus structure with five campuses in Bologna, Cesena, Forli, Ravenna, Rimini, and an overseas branch in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The university's strategy and organization are available at: