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American Economics Association
The American Economic Association maintains a long and growing list of online resources that will be useful to everyone in the economics profession. Whether you're looking for lesson plan ideas, advice on grad school applications, upcoming conferences in your field, or data for a research project, you can find it here. Great new resources are appearing every day!
Other Helpful Skills
Polish some of the research skills that will be necessary for research, writing, and presentation across multiple academic disciplines.
This guide is intended to direct you to fundamental resources to use
when performing research in the area of economics. The resources here
are by no means comprehensive, but are intended to help you achieve a
sound start to your work.
- The tabs above will lead you to specific kinds of resources.
- Use my contact info on the right to get in touch for more help.
Please feel free to contact me if you have suggestions for additions or other ways to improve this guide.
LaTeX for Beginners
"This is an absolute beginner's guide to writing documents in LATEX using TeXworks. It assumes no prior knowledge of LATEX, or any other computing language."
An Introduction to LaTeX
A comprehensive introduction to the formatting language put together by the math department of Harvard University.
A Beginner's Guide to LaTeX
A very brief guide to LaTeX created by David Xiao of Princeton University
Research Skills for this Class
Is it Research or is it Plagiarism?
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