Course Lecturer Job Postings

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS

Current Priority Points List - up to and including Winter 2019

The current Priority Points list contains the names of those who have acquired priority points in accordance
 with the Collective Agreement of McGill Course Lecturers' and Instructors' Union (MCLIU).


Fall 2019 Course Lecturer Positions available

Deadline to Apply: Friday, June 21, 2019

The Department of Economics is inviting applications for a course lecturer position to teach in Fall 2019. Please complete the online application form and upload required documents such as your Curriculum Vitae and Work/Study Permit. A letter outlining teaching experience and areas of specialization and a brief course outline are optional.

Teaching Qualification Requirements

  • Doctoral level study in Economics, including completed comprehensive examinations for the PhD, or completed PhD degree in Economics;
  • Evidence of highly effective teaching ability or of superior communications skills and potential for teaching excellence;
  • The candidate's area of specialization should be as close as possible to that of the course being offered;
  • Experience as a teaching assistant for a course is an asset.

ECON 205-001 An Introduction to Political Economy
A critical study of the insights to be gained through economic analysis of a number of problems of broad interest. The focus will be on the application of economics to issues of public policy.

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, 08:35 AM-09:25 AM, September 3, 2019–December 3, 2019, Location: CURRIE 408/9


ECON 208-002 Microeconomic Analysis & Applications

A university-level introduction to demand and supply, consumer behaviour, production theory, market structures and income distribution theory.

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 08:35 AM-09:55 AM, September 3, 2019–December 2, 2019, Location: MCMED 522


ECON 208-004 Microeconomic Analysis & Applications

A university-level introduction to demand and supply, consumer behaviour, production theory, market structures and income distribution theory.

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, 08:35 AM-09:25 AM, September 3, 2019–December 3, 2019, Location: ARTS W-215
Tuesday, 08:35 AM-09:25 AM, December 3, 2019, Location: ARTS W-215


ECON 225-001 Economics of the Environment
A study of the application of economic theory to questions of environmental policy. Particular attention will be given to the measurement and regulation of pollution, congestion and waste and other environmental aspects of specific economies.

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, 08:35 AM-09:25 AM, September 3, 2019–December 3, 2019, Location: STBIO S1/4
Tuesday, 08:35 AM-09:25 AM, December 3, 2019, Location: STBIO S1/4


ECON 295-001 Macroeconomics Policy
This applied macroeconomics course focuses on current and recurrent macroeconomic issues important in understanding the public policy environment in which firms make their decisions. Topics include national accounts; national income determination; economic growth and fluctuations; money, monetary policy and financial markets; international trade and finance.

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11:35 AM-12:55 PM, September 3, 2019–December 2, 2019, Location: WILSON 105


ECON 295-002 Macroeconomics Policy
This applied macroeconomics course focuses on current and recurrent macroeconomic issues important in understanding the public policy environment in which firms make their decisions. Topics include national accounts; national income determination; economic growth and fluctuations; money, monetary policy and financial markets; international trade and finance.

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 04:05 PM-05:25 PM, September 3, 2019–December 2, 2019, Location: EDUC 216


ECON 313-002 Economic Development 1
Microeconomic theories of economic development and empirical evidence on population, labour, firms, poverty. Inequality and environment.

Wednesdays & Fridays, 02:35 PM-03:55 PM, September 3, 2019–December 3, 2019, Location: MAASS 112


ECON 314-001 Economic Development 2
Macroeconomic development issues, including theories of growth, public finance, debt, currency crises, corruption, structural adjustment, democracy and global economic organization.

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 08:35 AM-09:55 AM, September 3, 2019–December 2, 2019, Location: BRONF 151


ECON 337-001 Intro Econometrics 1
The practical application of quantitative methods in statistical investigations.

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 01:05 PM-02:25 PM, September 3, 2019–December 2, 2019, Location: EVO420 115


ECON 347-001 Economics of Climate Change
The course focuses on the economic implications of, and problems posed by, predictions of global warming due to anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases. Attention is given to economic policies such as carbon taxes and tradeable emission permits and to the problems of displacing fossil fuels with new energy technologies.

Wednesdays & Fridays, 04:05 PM-05:25 PM, September 3, 2019–December 3, 2019, Location: BURN 1B39


ECON 423-001 International Trade
A review of the theory and policy of international trade. Topics examined include: classical and modern theories of trade; tariffs; labour and capital mobility; trade and development; the WTO.

Fridays, 11:35 AM-02:25 PM, September 3, 2019–December 3, 2019, Location: STBIO S1/3


Salary: $8,220 per course

The Union Membership Form (Must be completed by first-time course lecturers and emailed to mail [at] mcliu.ca)

For any questions, please contact judy.dear [at] mcgill.ca (Judy Dear), Area Manager, HR & Operations.