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Post Doc (f/m) IT Law and Blockchain Technology
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SRH Hochschule BerlinBerlin
POST DOC f/m
IT LAW AND BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY
SRH Hochschule Berlin is a private, state-recognized university, accredited by the German Council of Science and Humanities.
People from more than 85 nations study and teach at the main campus in Berlin and at the external campus in Dresden. The university
provides and expects a high standard in studies, instruction and research by integrating theory and practical experience in newly
developed programs. These are offered both in German and English at Bachelor’s, Master’s and MBA level. The university
pays particular attention to active contribution by its’ 900 students and maintains partnerships with many foreign universities
and well-known German and multinational companies. The university is part of the SRH Hochschulen Berlin GmbH, owner of 2 further
universities in Berlin: the SRH Hochschule der populären Künste (hdpk) and the design akademie berlin, SRH Hochschule
für Kommunikation und Design.
We belong to the SRH group, a leading private provider of educational and health-care services with more than 13 thousand employees.
SRH runs private universities, vocational training centers, schools and hospitals all over Germany.
We are looking for a Post Doc f/m with focus on IT Law and Blockchain Technology (full- or part-time, one year – extension possible)
for an empirical legal studies / law and economics research project. The beginning of the appointment is flexible, but should not take
place much later than 15th October 2018.
Conduct the empirical research within the project “The ABC of Online Disclosure Duties: Towards Better Informed Consumers”, funded by the DFG (German Research Foundation) and conducted in cooperation with the faculty of law at the University of Amsterdam
Engage in joint scientific research together with the project leaders, particularly on the topics: transparency of smart contracts, transparency of financial disclosures of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs)
Regularly present intermediate research results at international workshops and conferences, and publish them together with the project leaders in proceedings and journals
Contribute to the research of other team members in the project, mainly by regularly sharing research findings
Participate in the organization of research activities and events, such as conferences, workshops and joint publications
A completed PhD in IT law or a relevant social science discipline, e.g. business studies, economics, sociology, psychology, communication studies, statistics etc.
Demonstrable research interest in empirical research, preferably with a focus on IT law or consumer research
Ideally, the successful candidate will also have some knowledge of legal, empirical legal or law and economics research
Excellent command of English (written and spoken)
Knowledge of German is a plus
Interest in interdisciplinary research and ability to work in a team
We offer employees the opportunity to conduct cutting edge
empirical research together with a team of international experts
in an innovative and modern environment. We support equal
opportunities. Interested parties with a disability are strongly
encouraged to apply.
Join our team and send us your application preferably
online including the corresponding reference number
2631 by August, 31rd 2018, late applications may be
SRH Hochschule Berlin
Prof. Dr. Victoria Büsch | President
Ernst-Reuter-Platz 10 | 10587 Berlin
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