10 Marzo 2014
Católica-Lisbon School of Business and Economics (CLSBE) invites applications for a one-year postdoctoral research fellowship in Organizational Behavior, starting April 2014. The Research Fellow will work on a quantitative research project titled “Triggering positive spirals at work: Emotional expression and positive feedback”. The project, funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, examines the effects of online interventions aimed at training people to instill positive energy in others, with a focus on emotional expression. Candidates should have relevant expertise as well as a doctoral degree in social, work, or organizational psychology, organizational behavior, or another relevant field. Continuity beyond the initial one-year contract is possible but not guaranteed.
Application Procedure Applicants should submit a cover letter, vita, letters of recommendation, samples of written work, and a copy of their doctoral degree and university transcript, via e-mail, until February 13, 2014. Applications should be addressed to the principal investigator, Dr Paulo Lopes, Assistant Professor at Católica-Lisbon (emailPaulo.Lopes@ucp.pt).
About Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon is a leading European business school, committed to excellence in research, in developing graduates for high-level careers, and in offering business leaders a lifelong learning environment. Since 2008, Católica-Lisbon has had the “triple crown” of international business school accreditations: AACSB, EFMB, and AMBA. It is ranked among the top 25 business schools in Europe by the Financial Times. Its research center has consistently been rated “excellent” by Portugal’s Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). Top international business schools are partners in our PhD program in Technological Change and Entrepreneurship (Carnegie-Mellon), the Lisbon MBA (MIT Sloan), in double-degree MSc programs (Lancaster, ESCP Paris), and in our Advanced Management Program for top executives (Northwestern, Kellogg). The core research faculty consists of 30 tenure-track members, with doctorates from top North American (including MIT, NYU, UCLA, Columbia, Yale, N. Carolina, UBC) and top European (including Bocconi, Ecole Polytechnique, EPFL Lausanne, Pompeu Fabre, Tilburg) programs.
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