Assistant / Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship

Company:ESCP Business School

Location:France / Paris

Discipline:Entrepreneurship

Employment Type:Permanent Full-time

Posted:2021-11-22

The following assistant/associate professor position is open at ESCP Business School Paris, starting September 2022:

Assistant/Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship (f/m)

The entrepreneurship department of ESCP Business School and the Jean-Baptiste Say Institute are looking for a candidate with a genuine interest and track record in entrepreneurship. Your research wraps around entrepreneurial phenomena and theories (mindset, processes, pedagogy, etc.) and has the potential to be published in international top-tier journals. You enjoy delivering quality teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, and you wish to develop your executive education skills.

For further information feel free to contact:

Prof. Dr. Martin Kupp
Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy at ESCP Business School and Coordinator of the Say Institute Paris
Tel. +33 6 88 66 54 12
E-Mail: mkupp@escp.eu

Eilis Neary
Program Manager
Tel. +33 7 66 19 84 99
E-Mail: eneary@escp.eu

Requirements

Candidates are expected to publish in top-quality academic journals. Teaching will take place in undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate programmes, as well as in executive education. The ability to teach in English is essential. Proficiency in French is very much appreciated, and expected within reasonable time. We are explicitly looking for candidates applying new teaching methods and formats.

A willingness to work with colleagues from our network of ESCP Business School campuses in London, Madrid, Paris, Turin, and Warsaw is appreciated. Furthermore, candidates should demonstrate skills in developing and expanding relationships with companies and professional organisations, and extend the reputation of ESCP Business School and its programmes.

Application should include:

  1. a cover letter,
  2. a curriculum vitae, including diplomas and transcripts of records,
  3. a list of publications,
  4. a statement of teaching and research interests,
  5. teaching evaluations from the past two years (if applicable).

Please submit your application by January 16, 2022, in electronic form as one PDF file to: recruitment-entrepreneurship-department@escp.eu If you would like to send papers or any additional material in print, please note that documents cannot be returned.

Job interviews and presentations are estimated to take place on February 25/26, 2022 at the Paris campus Montparnasse.

About the Jean-Baptiste Say Institute for Entrepreneurship

Launched in 2007 and powered by EY and ESCP Foundation, the Chair of Entrepreneurship educated and accompanied people wanting to develop innovative projects in contexts of uncertainty and limited resources, whether as entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, students or executives. In 2017, ESCP Business School elevated the Chair of Entrepreneurship to department status and founded simultaneously the Jean-Baptiste Say Institute for Entrepreneurship.

As a team, we stress three areas of excellence:

  1. Entrepreneurial mindset, methods and pedagogy,
  2. Entrepreneurship as competence beyond start-ups andbeyond business,
  3. Entrepreneurial ecosystems and their interconnections.

The Say Institute is intensively engaged in research activity in all three areas and strives for further developing entrepreneurship as a field of research. In addition, the Say Institute develops an innovative and experiential pedagogy, offers unique incubation and acceleration (Blue Factory), as well as a strong connection with local ecotopes.

We run our own programmes, such as the Option E, U-School, or the Executive Master in Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurial Leadership, and we support new programmes like the MSc in Sustainability Entrepreneurship & Innovation. Every year, we train over 1000 students and managers in entrepreneurship, we mentor around 250 projects, and we co-create a growing community of thousands across the globe through our newsletter (more than 22 000 subscribers) as well as multiple events (for instance “Made In ESCP” and the “EntrepreneurSHIP Festival”).

The Say Institute is a team of more than 60 dedicated people (researchers, teachers, programme and project managers) working and collaborating from the school’s various campuses and combining rich and diverse expertise (corporate entrepreneurship, family business, entrepreneurial finance, social entrepreneurship, business modeling, digital innovation, sharing economy, design, art, and many more).

What we are looking for

  • A Ph.D. (or equivalent) in entrepreneurship or in arelated field, and preferably already first experiences
  • Evidence of (or clear potential to achieve) excellencein research (such as publications in leading journals,and/or highly innovative research)
  • A passion for entrepreneurs and a genuine interest inworking with diverse stakeholders along theentrepreneurial value chain toward practical andtheoretical value creation and thought leadership
  • Experience and interest in teaching a diverse studentpopulation (e.g. bachelor, master, executives, smallbusiness entrepreneurs, family businesses, the generalpublic)
  • A curiosity for experimenting and working in openlearning communities

The following profiles are of particular interest: people with an interest in the entrepreneurial mindset, methods and pedagogy, entrepreneurial finance, and digital business. The position reflects an appropriate balance between research, teaching, curriculum development, and community development, and it requires a passion for all of these elements and a capacity to interconnect them.

What you should be looking for

Our future colleague wants to represent the fields of entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship and innovation in teaching and research, thereby strengthening, co-creating and shaping the school’s entrepreneurship and innovation profile. Furthermore, you are enthusiastic to join and work in our international faculty team: René Mauer, Matthias Mrozewski, Christoph Seckler (all Berlin), Sylvain Bureau, Yi Jiang, Martin Kupp, Eric Pesnel, Robert Sheldon, Rand Gerges-Yammine (all based in Paris), Davide Sola and Benjamin Voyer (London), Lola Herrero (Madrid), Alisa Sydow (Turin), together with dedicated intrapreneurs, doctoral students, and affiliated practitioners.

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