Pursuant to Articles 15.1–3, 16.3(f), and 17 of the Collective Agreement between CUPE 4600 Unit 2 and the University, the Department of Economics hereby invites applications for non-faculty, non-visiting-scholar, non-doctoral-student contract instructor positions in relation to the 2018-Summer-session course-sections listed below. Potential applicants should note that most of these positions have been pre-assigned to members of the CUPE 4600 Unit 2 bargaining unit on the basis of seniority and incumbency (as defined in the Collective Agreement). For those few that have not, the Department generally requires a completed Ph.D. in economics and classroom experience teaching the associated subject matter.

Applications must include an up-to-date, full curriculum vitae, a complete list of any and all courses taught within the CUPE 4600 Unit 2 bargaining unit, and materials relevant to other teaching experiences (e.g., student course evaluation summaries) and/or teaching philosophy, and be sent by electronic mail to the Departmental Administrator, Dawn Bjornson, by 4:00 p.m. EST on December 21, 2017.

ECON 1000 A & V (May-August) – Introduction to Economics

ECON 2009 A (July-August) – Managerial Economics

ECON 2020 A (May-June) – Intermediate Microeconomics I: Producers and Market Structure

ECON 2030 A (July-August) – Intermediate Microeconomics II: Consumers and General Equilibrium

ECON 2102 A (May-June) – Intermediate Macroeconomics I

ECON 2210 A (May-June) – Introductory Statistics for Economics

ECON 2220 A (July-August) – Introductory Econometrics

ECON 3509 A (July-August) – Development Planning and Project Evaluation

ECON 3601 A (July-August) – Introduction to International Trade

ECON 3602 A (May-June) – International Monetary Problems

ECON 3920 A (July-August) – Professional Practice of Economics

ECON 4700 A (May-June) – Measurement Economics

ECON 5880 R (May-June) – Special Topics: Central Banking: Theory, Practice, and Recent Challenges

ECON 5880 Y (July-August) – Special Topics: Applied Public Policy

ECON 5880 Z (July-August) – Special Topics: Innovation Policy