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    Top Economics Blogs

    Objectively, blogs are subjective, so coming up with a list of the top 10, top 15, or top 100 economics blogs is no easy undertaking. Economics bloggers vary widely from individual...

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    University Rankings – Top Economics Departments in Latin America

    The application deadline for the winter semester in many Latin American universities is approaching.  To help those considering further education or work in this region we are...

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    Should You Get a PhD in Economics? Links and Resources

    After finishing high school many students think of applying for university and getting at least a Bachelor’s degree. After 3 to 5 years of studying some choose to take their first ...

    Sep 17, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    INOMICS Officially Supports CitEc: Citations in Economics

    At INOMICS we strive to offer the best resources for economists to support them in their careers. Besides providing information on jobs, courses and conferences in the economics fi...

    Sep 17, 2017 https://inomics.com
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    In Which Countries Do Economists Work?

    According to our study last year, 35% of economists are working outside their home countries.  The majority of economists go to work to the US, Germany and France (1...

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    The Current Crisis And Recovery: Conferences And Blogs

    For the last couple of years we have been hearing repeated, if sporadic ‘rumours’ about the soon-to-be recovery. Different economists have different views on this, and below you ca...

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    Diving Off Into Your PhD

    A PhD was something I always dreamed of doing. On the one hand, it was a natural continuation of my, it now seems, life-long learning curve after my Master’s degree. But, more impo...

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    Economists and Social Media

    * The original article was published in the INOMICS Customer Newsletter. Click here to subscribe. Are academics too smart and busy to become active participants in the...

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    Global Job Market: Spanish Professionals Move to South America

    Source: Estadística de Variaciones Residenciales y Estimaciones de la Población Actual, INE. Patterns in immigration around the world naturally ebb and flow with time. In South ...

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    How to Finance Your PhD

    A PhD can be a very expensive endeavor regardless of your background. There are many opportunities to finance your PhD and they are all worth considering prior to committing to a&n...

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    University Rankings: Top 10 Economics Departments in Europe

    With the application deadlines for PhD and Master’s courses in Europe approaching, we decided to post a list of Top 10 European Economics Departments to support your deci...

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    Job Market Scramble for PhD Economists & Useful resources for Academic Job Search

    Two days ago, the Job Market Scramble (organized by American Economic Association) opened for registration. Open till Wednesday next week, it will serve as a means of communication...

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    MOOCs and Economics Education

    Last year I wrote a post on whether free education would replace the skyrocketing tuition fees being faced around the world. A year later and this topic has expanded so m...

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    Rankings: Top 10 Economics Institutions in Asia

    Data Source: RePEc, Top 12.5% Asia, as of January 2013 Following our series of posts about the rankings of economics institutions, we decided to have a look at it...

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    Conferences & Prizes for Young Economists

    After our post last summer about the trend for conferences and prizes aimed at young economists, several further events are coming up this year, which could be of interes...

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    Armen Alchian: A Great Loss to the Economics Community

    Yesterday, the 19th of Feb, the economics community lost another famed scholar – Armen Alchian, 98, professor emeritus at the University of California Los Angeles. Known by...

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    Would You Date an Economist?

    Image Credit: Liz Fosslien Have you ever considered dating an economist, and if yes, what did you decide? If you are puzzled by this question, there are plenty of resources...

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    How Economists [in Academia] Use Facebook

    We asked 340 economists [in academia] which social networks they prefer to use and how. Based on our observations and years of experience with social media, we outline how institut...

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    Economics Apps for iPhone and iPad

    Last year we published a list of “The Best Economics Android Apps”, with the intention to follow it up with a post about economics apps for iOS devices later....

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    INOMICS Partners with IAEE

     The US-based International Association for Energy Economics is the world’s largest organization of Energy Economists with members from over 100 countries. Part of their manda...

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    PhD Graduates: Disciplines and Numbers

    Source: National Science Foundation, NSF/NIH/USED/USDA/NEH/NASA, Survey of Earned Doctorates After our recent blog-post comparing the number of PhD graduates in the US...

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    Top Economics Summer Schools 2013

    With ice on the ground and a chill in the air (at least for those living in northern climes), it is nice to think about the summer and all of the welcome things it brings: warmth, ...

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    AEA 2013 Annual Meeting: Links and Resources

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    Two weeks having passed since ASSA 2013 we have put together a list of links from economics blogs, which highlight some of the sessions, papers and thoughts triggered by the discus...

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    Chinese PhDs vs US PhDs

    Source: Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China (China), The Survey of Earned Doctorates, National Science Foundation (US) There has been a lot of...

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    University Rankings for Economics and Econ Department Directories

    Following the entry on this blog last month about countries with the most top 100 economics departments according to REPEC data, I thought it a worthwhile pursuit to look...

    Sep 17, 2017 https://inomics.com