The Institute of New Structural Economics at Peking University (INSE) is a pilot academic institute in China that aims at achieving the independent theoretical innovation of social sciences. Its predecessor, the Center for New Structural Economics (hereinafter referred to as the CNSE), was founded by Prof. Justin Yifu Lin, former World Bank Chief Economist and Senior Vice President, in December 2015, as one of China Top Think Tanks. The INSE aims to promote in-depth research and application of New Structural Economics (NSE) by facilitating NSE academic research, policy practice, talent cultivation, and international exchange. The institute also aims to empower the scholars, experts, students and government elites in developing countries who are committed to long-term economic development with NSE ideas, theories and instruments so that they can draw a road map to modernization that suits the characteristics of their own countries. The Institute of New Structural Economics (INSE) at Peking University invites applications for tenure-track positions at all levels in all fields of economics.