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Additional Resources

  • American Economic Association, "Universal Academic Questionnaire Summary Statistics," American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings 101 (May 2011): 664-667
  • Atlanta Census Research Data Center. Provides qualified researchers in Atlanta and around the Southeast with the opportunity to perform statistical analysis on non-public Census microdata. The ACRDC is a partnership between the U.S. Census Bureau and a consortium that includes Georgia State University, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Emory University, Georgia Tech, University of Alabama at Birmingham, University of Georgia, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Clemson University.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook for Economists
  • Journal of Economic Education. This journal contains a variety of articles related to teaching in the field of economics. Some of the articles can be downloaded free of charge.
  • Szenberg, Michael. Passion and Craft: Economists at Work. University of Michigan Press, 1999. This book brings together twenty economists in mid-career to discuss a variety of issues, including family life, creativity in the workplace, the conducting of research, and the role of women in this male-dominated field.