Research Associate in Business History

Research Associate in Business History

University of Glasgow – Adam Smith Business School

Closes: 15th April 2019

Location: Glasgow
Salary: £35,210 to £39,610 per annum, Grade 7
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract

College of Social Sciences

This post is full time (35 hours per week) and has funding available until 31 August 2021.

You will make a leading contribution to the project: The Making of a Lopsided Union: Economic Integration in the European Economic Community, 1957-1992 (EURECON) led by Dr Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol (See and Explanatory Document for more details). Specifically, the job requires expert knowledge in the area of postwar international/European economic and business history. Contribute to the formulation and submission of research publications and research proposals and help manage and direct complex and challenging project(s) as opportunities allow.

To apply for the position, applicants are required to submit (

  • CV
  • Three references
  • Cover letter explaining how your research experience fits the EURECON project
  • A two-page description of the research you would like to undertake during your tenure, clearly mentioning; the scope of your project, state of literature, the archival sources you would like to use; and the expected outputs. Projects should preferably have a comparative dimension; there is no preference as to the business sector or size to be investigated.

Please upload your cover letter and two-page research document as ONE document.

Interested applicants may contact Dr Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol ( for informal enquiries.

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