Study examines 15 years of data on doctoral students in economics. They earn more if they leave academe and (for men only) if they marry.
Decline in listings is almost entirely in academic positions. Non-academic positions see a slight increase.
Younger scholars no longer dominate in top journals, study finds. While women have made gains in their share of articles, their proportion far lags their representation in the discipline.
Economists -- contrary to their stereotype -- welcome information about the ideological leanings of those presenting work.
Economist's new book explains the many ways financial forces affect scientific research -- and those who hope to practice it.
Colorado College’s new president taught a class on the economics of higher education to give students a glimpse at the industry and herself a better understanding of the college.
Study finds that economics departments rely on student evaluations to judge teaching skills of faculty -- even though many question fairness and accuracy of the ratings.
Total openings in 2011 were nearly the same as 2010, but a larger share of the positions were in academe.
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