Assistant Professor in Finance
Research and Teaching Requirements
London Business School places strong emphasis on both research and teaching quality. Faculty are expected to publish articles in leading academic journals. The annual teaching load is comparable with top US schools, with a reduced load for new junior faculty.
All junior positions are tenure track. Decisions about contract renewal and promotion are based on individual performance. London Business School salaries are competitive with those at top US business schools.
London Business School has a large and active Finance department with 20 members of faculty: Simcha Barkai, Suleyman Basak, Lorenzo Bretscher, Svetlana Bryzgalova, João Cocco, Ian Cooper, Francesca Cornelli, James Dow, Alex Edmans, Julian Franks, Francisco Gomes, Christopher Hennessy (Subject Area Chair), Nicholas Hirschey, Howard Kung, Narayan Naik, Anna Pavlova, Stephen Schaefer, Henri Servaes, Rui Silva and Vikrant Vig.
London Business School is a graduate school of the University of London, and a leading international centre of excellence in management education and research. It has a beautiful location in Regent’s Park in the heart of London. The School attracts outstanding students on its MBA, Masters in Finance, Masters in Financial Analysis, Masters in Management, PhD and Executive Education programmes, a large proportion of which specialise in finance.