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Vacature - PhD candidate 'Market Makers. A political history of neoliberalism in the Netherlands' (1.0 FTE) HRS4R

Specificaties - (uitleg)

Locatie Faculty of Humanities
FunctietypesPhD positions, Research, Development, Innovation
Wetenschappelijke disciplineLanguage and Culture
Uren 38,0 - 40,0 uren per week
Salaris € 2191 - € 2801
Werk-/denkniveauUniversity Graduate
Vacaturenummer 886078
Vertalingen
About employer Utrecht University
Short link www.academictransfer.com/38397

Functiebeschrijving

The Department of History and Art History seeks to appoint a PhD student for the project “Market Makers. A political history of neoliberalism in the Netherlands”, funded by means of an NWO Vrije Competitie grant, under the supervision of Prof Dr Ido de Haan (UU) and Prof Dr Ewald Engelen (UvA). 

The PhD candidate will be working on the subproject “The Consolidation of Neoliberalism: the Dutch Miracle Revisited (1989-2002)”.

This project follows the lead of international historiography, which has traced a multifaceted range of national trajectories of neoliberalism in Western Europe, originating in the late 1940s. It aims demonstrates how a neoliberal undercurrent in postwar Dutch society gradually mutated into a key influence on the policy paradigms of the 1980s and 1990s. The PhD will focus on the ways in which a neoliberal policy consensus became consolidated, and how in a depoliticized, consensual guise, it turned the Netherlands into one of the most liberalized European economies of the Western world.

The position may include a 0.1/0.2 FTE teaching load.

Functie-eisen

A successful PhD candidate should preferably have:
  • A (research) Master degree in History, Economics, Political or Social Science, or another relevant discipline, and a demonstrable affinity with the scope of the project;
  • An outstanding record of Undergraduate and Master's degree work;
  • Excellent command of Dutch and English, both written and orally;
  • Experience with archival research;
  • Strong writing skills;
  • Capacity to work both as a creative and independent researcher and as part of a team.

Arbeidsvoorwaarden

The positions can be offered for 1.0 FTE, start date from 1 June 2017 onwards. The appointment is for an initial period of 18 months which, after a satisfactory first period, will be extended by another 30 months (4 years in total), with a gross monthly salary  on a fulltime basis starting at € 2,191 in the first year, ending at € 2,801 in the fourth year, consistent with the Collective Employment  Agreement for Dutch Universities.

Salaries are supplemented with a holiday bonus of 8 % and a year-end bonus of 8.3 % per year. We offer a pension scheme, collective insurance schemes and flexible employment conditions (multiple choice model). For further information: working at Utrecht University.

Werkgever

A better future for everyone. This ambition motivates our scientists in executing their leading research and inspiring teaching. At Utrecht University the various disciplines collaborate intensively towards major societal themes. Our focus is on Dynamics of Youth, Institutions, Life Sciences and Sustainability.

The Faculty of Humanities has approximately 900 employees and 7000 students. The faculty covers four areas of knowledge: Philosophy and Religious Studies, History and Art History, Media and Cultural Studies, and Languages, Literature and Communication.

Through education and research in these areas the faculty aims to contribute to a better understanding of the Netherlands and Europe within an ever changing social and cultural context. Our enthusiastic and committed colleagues and the excellent facilities in Utrecht’s historic centre, where the faculty has its home, make for an inspiring working climate.

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Specificaties - (uitleg)

Locatie Faculty of Humanities
FunctietypesPhD positions, Research, Development, Innovation
Wetenschappelijke disciplineLanguage and Culture
Uren 38,0 - 40,0 uren per week
Salaris € 2191 - € 2801
Werk-/denkniveauUniversity Graduate
Vacaturenummer 886078
Vertalingen
About employer Utrecht University
Short link www.academictransfer.com/38397

Functiebeschrijving

The Department of History and Art History seeks to appoint a PhD student for the project “Market Makers. A political history of neoliberalism in the Netherlands”, funded by means of an NWO Vrije Competitie grant, under the supervision of Prof Dr Ido de Haan (UU) and Prof Dr Ewald Engelen (UvA). 

The PhD candidate will be working on the subproject “The Consolidation of Neoliberalism: the Dutch Miracle Revisited (1989-2002)”.

This project follows the lead of international historiography, which has traced a multifaceted range of national trajectories of neoliberalism in Western Europe, originating in the late 1940s. It aims demonstrates how a neoliberal undercurrent in postwar Dutch society gradually mutated into a key influence on the policy paradigms of the 1980s and 1990s. The PhD will focus on the ways in which a neoliberal policy consensus became consolidated, and how in a depoliticized, consensual guise, it turned the Netherlands into one of the most liberalized European economies of the Western world.

The position may include a 0.1/0.2 FTE teaching load.

Functie-eisen

A successful PhD candidate should preferably have:
  • A (research) Master degree in History, Economics, Political or Social Science, or another relevant discipline, and a demonstrable affinity with the scope of the project;
  • An outstanding record of Undergraduate and Master's degree work;
  • Excellent command of Dutch and English, both written and orally;
  • Experience with archival research;
  • Strong writing skills;
  • Capacity to work both as a creative and independent researcher and as part of a team.

Arbeidsvoorwaarden

The positions can be offered for 1.0 FTE, start date from 1 June 2017 onwards. The appointment is for an initial period of 18 months which, after a satisfactory first period, will be extended by another 30 months (4 years in total), with a gross monthly salary  on a fulltime basis starting at € 2,191 in the first year, ending at € 2,801 in the fourth year, consistent with the Collective Employment  Agreement for Dutch Universities.

Salaries are supplemented with a holiday bonus of 8 % and a year-end bonus of 8.3 % per year. We offer a pension scheme, collective insurance schemes and flexible employment conditions (multiple choice model). For further information: working at Utrecht University.

Werkgever

A better future for everyone. This ambition motivates our scientists in executing their leading research and inspiring teaching. At Utrecht University the various disciplines collaborate intensively towards major societal themes. Our focus is on Dynamics of Youth, Institutions, Life Sciences and Sustainability.

The Faculty of Humanities has approximately 900 employees and 7000 students. The faculty covers four areas of knowledge: Philosophy and Religious Studies, History and Art History, Media and Cultural Studies, and Languages, Literature and Communication.

Through education and research in these areas the faculty aims to contribute to a better understanding of the Netherlands and Europe within an ever changing social and cultural context. Our enthusiastic and committed colleagues and the excellent facilities in Utrecht’s historic centre, where the faculty has its home, make for an inspiring working climate.

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