Top 20 AER articles: Top 20 articles published in the American Economic Review over its first 100 years, as selected for the February 2011 issue of AER.
Efficient Markets Hypothesis: History: The evolution of efficient market hypothesis: In a glance
Greg Mankiw’s Ph.D. advice: follow the links to other advice; download, print, read, file, re-read…
New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics: the No. 1 Mr. Know-all
Concise Encyclopedia of Economics: the No. 2 Mr. Know-all
Online econometrics class: Mark Thoma’s econometrics course is available on YouTube (could substitute it if you find your own class difficult to follow…..damn:).
Grad Skool Rulz: $2 download not so bad..everything you need to know about Academia from Admissions to Tenure
Dealing With the Committee: read in this summer
Matt’s blog: how to fail a Ph.D.
Database biases and errors: which databases are more reliable for different data types? What are common inferential problems that occur because of unreliable/biased data?
Accounting Research Framework: The Ph.D. students at BYU have put together a nice webpage organizing accounting research in a couple of major areas… This may be helpful as we consider research ideas to explore for the first year paper (helps us eliminate ideas that have already been researched: (.
Useful resources for university students: Knowing where to turn for facts, handy web apps and other types of resources can make student life a lot easier. Read on for a list of 50 of the most useful and dependable online resources for college and university students.
Ivo Welch’s website at Brown: Contains several free finance datasets & programs amongst other cool stuff
FREE Introductory Finance textbook: read and read and read..
History of Finance videos: if you really want to know..
Tips 4 Economists: Links to tips for many stages of an economist’s career.
Links to educational videos:
(to be continued)