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Advice

Resource Collection

  • Ryan B Edwards[1]

  • Claes Bäckman[2]

  • AEA resources[3] and Resources for Economists on the Internet[4]

  • AEA CSWEP Mentoring Reading Materials[5] and Professional Development Resources[6]

  • Chris Blattman[7]

  • Amanda Y. Agan[8]

  • Masayuki Kudamatsu[9]

  • Geoffrey Castillo[10]

  • Patrick Button[11]

  • Jennifer Doleac[12]

  • Jason Blevins[13]

  • Mat Knudson[14]

  • Daniel L. Millimet[15]

  • Michèle Tertilt[16]

  • David T. Angenendt[17]

  • Susan Athey Advice for Applying to Grad School in Economics[18]

  • Alexander K. Zentefis[19]

  • Matthew Olckers[20]

  • Christoph Kronenberg[21]

First Year

  • Your First Year in a PhD Program[22]

  • How to survive your first year of graduate school in economics[23] by Matthew Pearson

  • David Romer's Out in Five Rules[24]

  • 4 things you learn as a first year Economics PhD[25] by Eric Schulman

  • Advice for First-Year PhD Students in Economics at Cornell[26]

  • Advice to upcoming first-year Econ PhD students[27] Twitter Thread by Jordan Peeples

  • Advice on classes and resources for aspiring economists[28] Twitter Thread by Owen Zidar

  • Modest Advice for New Graduate Students[29] by Dorsa Amir

Keep Going

  • Advice for grad students to support early publication[30] Twitter Thread by Erin McCauley

  • Manove’s Dissertation Advice for PhD Students[31]

  • Tips on Finding a Dissertation Topic[32] by Chao Wei

  • The Transition to PhD Research[33] by Stephen Redding

  • The 12 Step Program for Grad School[34] by Eric Zwick

  • Suggestions for Graduate Student Research[35] by Valerie Ramey.pdf

  • An unofficial guidebook for PhD students in economics and education[36] and Twitter Thread by Alex Eble[37]

  • Ph.D. Thesis Research: Where do I Start?[38] by Don Davis

  • How to generate ideas[39] Twitter Thread by Matt Lowe

  • Delia's Guide To Doing Economics[40] Blog

  • How to get a PhD and save the world[41] by Chris Blattman

  • Reflections on Grad School in Economics[42] Or, what I’d tell my first-year self if I had a time machine by Nick Hagerty

  • Getting into and Finishing a PhD Program[43] by CSWEP

  • Doing Research[44] by Paul Niehaus

  • Advice to Graduate Students[45] by Gergely Ujhelyi

  • Advice for Aspiring Economists[46] and Advice for Graduate Students (some links expired)[47] by Mankiw

  • 10 Q&A: Experienced Advice for “Lost” Graduate Students in Economics[48] by Ariel Rubinstein

  • Notes for potential PhD advisees[49] by Eric Verhoogen

  • Preparation for Meetings with Faculty[50] by John Asker

  • 5 Steps Toward a Paper[51] by Frank Schilbach

  • 14 Questions to Think about When Reading Papers[52]

  • A Guide for the Young Economist[53] by William Thomson

  • Building consistency between title, problem statement, purpose, & research questions to improve the quality of research plans and reports[54]

  • The Economist as Detective[55] by Claudia Goldin

  • The Economist as Plumber[56] by Esther Duflo

  • The Economist’s Craft: A Scholar’s Introduction to Research, Publishing, and Professional Development[57] by Michael S. Weisbach / old version A Field Guide to Economics[58]

  • Happy Connect[59]

  • How I Work[60] by Krugman

  • How to Build an Economic Model in Your Spare Time[61] by Hal Varian

  • How to do empirical economics[62]

  • Four Steps to an Applied Micro Paper[63] by Jesse M. Shapiro

  • How to Read an Academic Article[64]

  • How to get started on research in economics[65] by Steve Pischke

  • How to Have a Bad Career in Research/Academia Pre-PhD and Post-PhD (& How to Give a Bad Talk)[66] by David Patterson

  • How to Succeed in Academia or Have Fun Trying[67] by Lasse Heje Pedersen

  • How to Write Mathematics[68]

  • If I Could Start Anew - Some Reflections of A Development Economist[69] by Chris Barrett

  • Interview from The Art and Practice of Economics Research: Lessons from Leading Minds by Simon W. Bowmaker[70]

    • Susan Athey[71]
    • Colin F. Camerer[72]
    • Steven D. Levitt[73]
    • Ellen R. McGrattan[74]
    • David Card[75]
    • Charles Manski[76]
  • My Epic Failures[77] by Ben Olken

  • Most projects fail… and other things I’ve learned from (trying to do) empirical work[78] by Amy Finkelstein

  • A repository for a series of blog posts on learning from failure[79]

  • My Rules of Thumb[80] by N. Gregory Mankiw

  • My System of Work (NOT!)[81] by Avinash Dixit

  • The Young Economist's Guide to Professional Etiquette[82] by Daniel S. Hamermesh

  • The importance of stupidity in scientific research[83] by Martin A. Schwartz

  • Writing Economic Theory Papers[84]

  • Advice for New Economics Teaching Assistants (First Year Ph.D. Students)[85] by Andrew Chamberlain

  • The Tenure Process at Research Universities[86] by Petra Todd

  • Managing Your Career as an Economist after Tenure[87] by Robert E. Hall

Publishing

  • Advice on the Publishing Process[88] by Imran Rasul

  • Publishing Advice for Graduate Students[89] by Thom Brooks

  • An Interview with Amitabh Chandra[90], Editor of the REStat

  • Ask the Editor with Juuso Välimäki[91]

  • Q&A with Larry Katz, editor of QJE[92]

  • A Q&A with the editors of the WBER, Alain de Janvry and Elisabeth Sadoulet[93]

  • Reflections on Editing the Journal of Finance, 2006-2012[94] by Campbell R. Harvey

  • Rules of Thumb Series Submitting &Publishing Articles[95] by Andrea Ruggeri

  • What to do after a rejection[96]

  • An alternative guide for the young economist (Australian edition)[97] by Jonny Newton

  • How to survive in the publishing game?Tips for young economists[98]

  • Practical Tips for Writing and Publishing Applied Economics Papers[99] by Timothy Beatty and Jay P. Shimshack

  • 13 Tips for Getting a Null Effect Published[100]

  • How to Publish Academic Papers[101] and How to Publish in Academic Journals[102] by Mark Bellemare

参考资料

[1]

Ryan B Edwards: http://www.ryanbedwards.com/resources

[2]

Claes Bäckman: https://sites.google.com/view/claesbackman/tips-for-phd-students

[3]

AEA resources: https://www.aeaweb.org/resources

[4]

Resources for Economists on the Internet: https://www.aeaweb.org/rfe/

[5]

AEA CSWEP Mentoring Reading Materials: https://www.aeaweb.org/about-aea/committees/cswep/mentoring/reading

[6]

Professional Development Resources: https://www.aeaweb.org/about-aea/committees/cswep/programs/resources

[7]

Chris Blattman: https://chrisblattman.com/?s=advice&submit=Search

[8]

Amanda Y. Agan: https://sites.google.com/site/amandayagan/writingadvice

[9]

Masayuki Kudamatsu: https://sites.google.com/site/mkudamatsu/tips4economists

[10]

Geoffrey Castillo: https://geoffreycastillo.com/post/resources-young-economist/

[11]

Patrick Button: https://www.patrickbutton.com/resources

[12]

Jennifer Doleac: http://jenniferdoleac.com/resources/

[13]

Jason Blevins: https://jblevins.org/notes/job-market

[14]

Mat Knudson: https://matknudson.com/resources-for-graduate-students-in-economics/

[15]

Daniel L. Millimet: https://faculty.smu.edu/millimet/teaching.html

[16]

Michèle Tertilt: http://tertilt.vwl.uni-mannheim.de/phd%20students.php

[17]

David T. Angenendt: http://www.datanecon.org/links/research

[18]

Susan Athey Advice for Applying to Grad School in Economics: https://athey.people.stanford.edu/professional-advice

[19]

Alexander K. Zentefis: https://www.alexanderkzentefis.com/advice

[20]

Matthew Olckers: https://www.matthewolckers.com/links/

[21]

Christoph Kronenberg: https://sites.google.com/view/christoph-kronenberg/home/resources

[22]

Your First Year in a PhD Program: https://www.chronicle.com/article/your-first-year-in-a-ph-d-program/

[23]

How to survive your first year of graduate school in economics: https://law.vanderbilt.edu/phd/How_to_Survive_1st_Year.pdf

[24]

David Romer's Out in Five Rules: https://courses.nus.edu.sg/course/ecswong/davidromer.html

[25]

4 things you learn as a first year Economics PhD: https://medium.com/@ericschulman/4-things-you-learn-as-a-first-year-economics-phd-57149439b75e

[26]

Advice for First-Year PhD Students in Economics at Cornell: https://economics.cornell.edu/grad-student-advice

[27]

Advice to upcoming first-year Econ PhD students: https://twitter.com/JordanPeeples4/status/1296579861335740416

[28]

Advice on classes and resources for aspiring economists: https://twitter.com/omzidar/status/1291391163451219968

[29]

Modest Advice for New Graduate Students: https://medium.com/@dorsaamir/modest-advice-for-new-graduate-students-b0be6b8dbc22

[30]

Advice for grad students to support early publication: https://twitter.com/ErinJMcCauley/status/1228308471847755776

[31]

Manove’s Dissertation Advice for PhD Students: http://sites.bu.edu/manove/dissertation-advice/

[32]

Tips on Finding a Dissertation Topic: https://home.gwu.edu/~cdwei/disertopictips.pdf

[33]

The Transition to PhD Research: https://www.princeton.edu/~reddings/tradephd/Redding_PhDEthics_April2020.pdf

[34]

The 12 Step Program for Grad School: http://www.ericzwick.com/public_goods/twelve_steps.pdf

[35]

Suggestions for Graduate Student Research: https://econweb.ucsd.edu/~miwhite/ramey_tips.pdf

[36]

An unofficial guidebook for PhD students in economics and education: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/55c143d9e4b0cb07521c6d17/t/5b4f409f575d1ff83c2f12d8/1531920545061/PhDGuidebook.pdf

[37]

Twitter Thread by Alex Eble: https://twitter.com/alexeble/status/1019278324680593408

[38]

Ph.D. Thesis Research: Where do I Start?: http://www.columbia.edu/~drd28/Thesis%20Research.pdf

[39]

How to generate ideas: https://twitter.com/hmmlowe/status/1281317062149718016

[40]

Delia's Guide To Doing Economics: https://deliasguidetoeconomics.blogspot.com/

[41]

How to get a PhD and save the world: https://chrisblattman.com/2007/12/12/how-to-get-a-phd-and-save-the-world/

[42]

Reflections on Grad School in Economics: https://github.com/hagertynw/grad-school-reflections/raw/master/grad_school_reflections.pdf

[43]

Getting into and Finishing a PhD Program: https://www.aeaweb.org/content/file?id=631

[44]

Doing Research: https://medium.com/@paul.niehaus/doing-research-18cb310529e0

[45]

Advice to Graduate Students: https://uh.edu/~gujhelyi/teaching/advice%20to%20grad%20students.pdf

[46]

Advice for Aspiring Economists: https://gregmankiw.blogspot.com/2006/05/advice-for-aspiring-economists.html

[47]

Advice for Graduate Students (some links expired): https://gregmankiw.blogspot.com/2006/05/advice-for-grad-students.html

[48]

10 Q&A: Experienced Advice for “Lost” Graduate Students in Economics: http://arielrubinstein.tau.ac.il/papers/10QA.pdf

[49]

Notes for potential PhD advisees: http://www.columbia.edu/~ev2124/teaching/notes-for-advisees.pdf

[50]

Preparation for Meetings with Faculty: http://www.johnasker.com/Students.html

[51]

5 Steps Toward a Paper: https://www.dropbox.com/s/q7wjaidl5w91srt/Guest%20lecture%20FS.pdf?dl=0

[52]

14 Questions to Think about When Reading Papers: https://users.nber.org/~nikolovp/studentresources/reading_guide.pdf

[53]

A Guide for the Young Economist: https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt5hhjbj

[54]

Building consistency between title, problem statement, purpose, & research questions to improve the quality of research plans and reports: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1002/nha.20009

[55]

The Economist as Detective: https://scholar.harvard.edu/files/goldin/files/detective.doc

[56]

The Economist as Plumber: https://www.aeaweb.org/articles?id=10.1257/aer.p20171153

[57]

The Economist’s Craft: A Scholar’s Introduction to Research, Publishing, and Professional Development: https://cpb-us-w2.wpmucdn.com/u.osu.edu/dist/8/7843/files/2020/09/Economists-Craft-September-2020.pdf

[58]

A Field Guide to Economics: https://cpb-us-w2.wpmucdn.com/u.osu.edu/dist/8/7843/files/2020/04/A-Field-Guide-April-2020-Version.pdf

[59]

Happy Connect: http://yiqingxu.org/public/happy_connect.pdf

[60]

How I Work: https://web.mit.edu/krugman/www/howiwork.html

[61]

How to Build an Economic Model in Your Spare Time: https://people.ischool.berkeley.edu/~hal/Papers/how.pdf

[62]

How to do empirical economics: https://www.redalyc.org/pdf/173/17330202.pdf

[63]

Four Steps to an Applied Micro Paper: https://www.brown.edu/Research/Shapiro/pdfs/foursteps.pdf

[64]

How to Read an Academic Article: https://organizationsandmarkets.com/2010/08/31/how-to-read-an-academic-article/

[65]

How to get started on research in economics: http://econ.lse.ac.uk/staff/spischke/phds/get_started.pdf

[66]

How to Have a Bad Career in Research/Academia Pre-PhD and Post-PhD (& How to Give a Bad Talk): https://sites.cs.ucsb.edu/~mturk/Patterson-BadCareer.pdf

[67]

How to Succeed in Academia or Have Fun Trying: http://docs.lhpedersen.com/How_to_Succeed_in_Academia.pdf

[68]

How to Write Mathematics: https://entropiesschool.sciencesconf.org/data/How_to_Write_Mathematics.pdf

[69]

If I Could Start Anew - Some Reflections of A Development Economist: http://barrett.dyson.cornell.edu/presentations/Dyson%20GSA%20Barrett%20Oct%202017.pdf

[70]

Simon W. Bowmaker: https://twitter.com/SimonBowmaker

[71]

Susan Athey: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56ec62678a65e20b89da5f33/t/5f481c378f691221f1a3fda8/1598561335875/athey.pdf

[72]

Colin F. Camerer: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56ec62678a65e20b89da5f33/t/5f58f294bac01207ee2a1e4c/1599664789134/Camerer.pdf

[73]

Steven D. Levitt: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56ec62678a65e20b89da5f33/t/5f4fa41a6d5d88276e3c54ab/1599054874494/Levitt.pdf

[74]

Ellen R. McGrattan: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56ec62678a65e20b89da5f33/t/5f60e1d86aba4124fbc45e64/1600184793009/McGrattan.pdf

[75]

David Card: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56ec62678a65e20b89da5f33/t/5f6a218c1caa3221c33effa1/1600790925499/Card.pdf

[76]

Charles Manski: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56ec62678a65e20b89da5f33/t/5f735b5e33ac6d1fea5d00ce/1601395550883/Manski.pdf

[77]

My Epic Failures: https://economics.mit.edu/files/18768

[78]

Most projects fail… and other things I’ve learned from (trying to do) empirical work: http://econ.lse.ac.uk/staff/spischke/phds/Amy%20Finkelstein%20IAP%20talk%202006.ppt

[79]

A repository for a series of blog posts on learning from failure: https://blogs.worldbank.org/impactevaluations/failure

[80]

My Rules of Thumb: https://scholar.harvard.edu/files/mankiw/files/my_rules_of_thumb.pdf

[81]

My System of Work (NOT!): https://www.princeton.edu/~dixitak/home/dixitwrk.pdf

[82]

The Young Economist's Guide to Professional Etiquette: https://www.aeaweb.org/articles?id=10.1257/jep.6.1.169

[83]

The importance of stupidity in scientific research: https://jcs.biologists.org/content/joces/121/11/1771.full.pdf

[84]

Writing Economic Theory Papers: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download;jsessionid=549B961235F9EE8FE30F1368D55D9D86?doi=10.1.1.726.2964&rep=rep1&type=pdf

[85]

Advice for New Economics Teaching Assistants (First Year Ph.D. Students): https://medium.com/@andrew.chamberlain/advice-for-new-economics-teaching-assistants-first-year-ph-d-students-58cc16c48b17

[86]

The Tenure Process at Research Universities: http-//athena.sas.upenn.edu/petra/csweparticle.pdf

[87]

Managing Your Career as an Economist after Tenure: https://web.stanford.edu/~rehall/ManagingYourCareer.pdf

[88]

Advice on the Publishing Process: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/~uctpimr/PublishingSlides.pdf

[89]

Publishing Advice for Graduate Students: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1085245

[90]

An Interview with Amitabh Chandra: https://www.ashecon.org/newsletter/newsletter-issue-20194/an-interview-with-amitabh-chandra-editor-of-the-review-of-economics-and-statistics/

[91]

Ask the Editor with Juuso Välimäki: https://academic.oup.com/jeea/pages/ask_the_editor

[92]

Q&A with Larry Katz, editor of QJE: https://blogs.worldbank.org/impactevaluations/qa-with-larry-katz-editor-of-qje

[93]

A Q&A with the editors of the WBER, Alain de Janvry and Elisabeth Sadoulet: https://blogs.worldbank.org/impactevaluations/a-qa-with-the-editors-of-the-wber-alain-de-janvry-and-elisabeth-sadoulet

[94]

Reflections on Editing the Journal of Finance, 2006-2012: https://faculty.fuqua.duke.edu/~charvey/Research/Working_Papers/W111_Reflections_on_editing.pdf

[95]

Rules of Thumb Series Submitting &Publishing Articles: https://www.dropbox.com/s/je4bekms5pkedek/Rules%20of%20Thumb_%20Publishing_Ruggeri.pdf?dl=0

[96]

What to do after a rejection: https://blog.academicsequitur.com/2019/02/25/what-to-do-after-a-rejection/

[97]

An alternative guide for the young economist (Australian edition): http://jonathannewton.net/wp-content/uploads/An%20alternative%20guide%20for%20the%20young%20economist.pdf

[98]

How to survive in the publishing game?Tips for young economists: https://www.dropbox.com/s/8jajvxnmja7dokd/EAYE%20publication%20session_final%20approved.docx?dl=0

[99]

Practical Tips for Writing and Publishing Applied Economics Papers: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/55e8ab64e4b0b55649c4ab64/t/59d73b99f43b5586a0484a22/1507277732282/beatty_shimshack_applied_econ_papers.pdf

[100]

13 Tips for Getting a Null Effect Published: https://uc5a4482b7fbe7fb5c3a3c5abac9.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/cd/0/inline2/BAm_o-t8q3yocghU9Me8P0r9yoeKEj0Zck2uFLOV2M4pxXjp9IoGL9lK7t3ZqJIXN8iS8H6QS0JfXU_aovm0bcart3e74zunLyJnf8iz4Q9IBj8KB4vFZihTL70KzvTTkSANldAE_ovDAFzGoDFSzBfhpt9vRs1-uXAbE61ZYDKHHqe95sF-3FxkSPE8aJNlDFHcNJTCJHwAQFfaiKoX-eh5hNZXQ8p7yKJFB3aZNi_nhvR9IPE1eP0c_iuyCmdaCcSXc4aAffIrT-l-O_FRDiKdfoODLuUwXF_IIEOXyJeOiuD79lOax-WlaCPrcvaaUFdnPxrHJ33J4DVpnj56Xa2saCQs8EMWXCjxNX5iBhm3GA/file#

[101]

How to Publish Academic Papers: https://marcfbellemare.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/BellemareHowtoPublish.pdf

[102]

How to Publish in Academic Journals: https://marcfbellemare.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/BellemareAAEAEarlyCareerWorkshop.pdf


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