New Mexico State University is seeking applicants for a tenure track assistant or associate professor in public utility regulation. Ph.D. in economics or a doctorate in a closely related field is required. Preferred qualifications include 3 or more years of work experience in utility regulation at a regulatory commission, consumer advocate, or a regulatory position at a utility company. Teaching and research interest is expected. NMSU’s College of Business offers a Master of Economics concentration, an MBA concentration, and a graduate certificate all in public utility regulation. The College of Business houses the Center for Public Utilities, and the successful candidate for this position will be expected to have the potential to train industry professionals. Night and distance
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