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This guide will assist students and researchers located and utilize the resources the MSU Libraries holds regarding the agricultural, food and resource economics. The tabs across the top of the page will lead you to resources and content on that topic.
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Getting a Ph. D. in Economics by
Publication Date: 2014-03-10
"Considering a graduate degree in economics? ...this insider insight will equip students and prospective students with the tools to make the most of their graduate experience and to give them an edge in an increasingly competitive field."
The Economics of Economists by
Call Number: H62 .E3256 2014
Publication Date: 2014-06-05
This volume presents a series of background readings on the profession by leading scholars in the history of economic thought and economic methodology. Adopting a fresh critique, the contributors investigate the individual incentives prevalent in academic economics, describing economists as rational actors who react to their intellectual environment and the incentives for economic research.
The Heart of Teaching Economics by
Call Number: HB74.5 .H43 2010
Publication Date: 2010-12-29
This unique monograph comprises a collection of interviews conducted face-to-face with leading economists at universities throughout the United States.
Teaching Innovations in Economics by
Call Number: HB74.5 .T428 2010
Publication Date: 2011-02-28
Teaching Innovations in Economics presents findings from the Teaching Innovations Program (TIP) funded by the National Science Foundation. The six-year project engaged economics professors in the use of interactive teaching in undergraduate economics courses. Each chapter offers an insightful explanation of an innovative teaching strategy and provides a description and examples of its effective use in undergraduate economics courses.
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