CSWEP News: Feature Articles by Audience (1996-present)

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Undergraduates

  • “The Gender Mix of Undergraduate Economics Majors,” John Siegfried and Judith Ricks, Fall 2006
  • “The National Council on Economic Education,” Elizabeth Webbink, Fall 2006
  • “Junior Achievement: Expanding Young Women's Horizons,” Sarapage McCorkle, Fall 2006
  • “Notes on Women and the Economics Undergraduate Major,” Claudia Goldin, Spring/Summer 2013
  • “Getting into and Finishing a PhD Program,” Serena Ng, Spring/Summer 2014
  • “Considering Graduate Education in Economics? A Few Things to Ponder,” Wendy Stock, Spring/Summer 2014
  • “Getting Admitted to a PhD Program: What Does it Take?” John Bound, Spring/Summer 2014
  • “Preparation for Research in Graduate School,” Susan Elmes, Spring/Summer 2014

Graduate Students

  • “Mentoring and Being Mentored,” Rebecca Blank, Special Reprint 1996
  • “How to Survive a Seminar Presentation,” Lisa Lynch, Special Reprint 1996
  • “Opportunities from the National Science Foundation,” Dan Newlon, Spring/Summer 1998
  • “Funding Opportunities for Women Graduate Students in Economics: Program in Applied Economics,” Ashley Timmer, Spring 2002
  • “Top 10 Tips for Giving an Effective Presentation,” Spring/Summer 2005
  • “Views from the Trenches: What Current Economics Graduate Students Say,” Spring/Summer 2014
  • “Economic Measurement Research at the Census Bureau,” Lucia Foster, Issue I 2016
  • “What It's Like to Be an Economist at the Congressional Budget Office,” Carla Tighe Murray, Issue I 2016
  • “Economists in the Antitrust Division,” Diane S. Owen, Issue I 2016
  • “What Research Economists Do at the Bureau of Labor Statistics,” Sabrina Wulff Pabilonia, Issue I 2016
  • “Interview with BLS Commissioner Erica Groshen,” Susan Fleck, Issue I 2016
  • “Navigating a Joint Job Search: Evidence from the Job Seekers' Study,” Brooke Helppie McFall and Marta Murray-Close, Issue II 2016
  • “Advice from Recipients of CSWEP's Carolyn Shaw Bell Award,” Issue II 2016
  • “The Dual Job Search: Early Honesty is the Best Policy,” John Cawley, Issue II 2016
  • “Our Dual-Career Search Experience and Advice,” Julie L. Hotchkiss and Robert E. Moore, Issue II 2016
  • “More on Timing and Strategy,”
  • “Considerations for LGBT Economists in Dual-Career Situations,” Kitt Carpenter, Issue II 2016
  • “Institutional Matters,” Issue II 2016
  • “Think About the Long Run,” Melinda Morrill and Thayer Morrill, Issue II 2016
  • “Advice from Placement Directors,” Issue II 2016
  • “The Two-Body Opportunity for Universities,” Jill J. McCluskey, Issue II 2016

Graduate Students on the Job Market

  •  “A Guide to the Academic Job Market for Students,” Valerie Suslow, Special Reprint 1996
  • “The Joint Job-Hunting Problem,” Katharine Lyall, Special Reprint 1996
  • “Discrimination and Its Resolution in the Economics Job Market: A Real Life Story,” Srobona Mitra,” Richard Startz,” ,” Fall 2003
  • “Looking at Both Sides: Academic and Non-Academic Jobs,” Sandra Black, Spring/Summer 2003
  • “Being an Economist in Washington and California,” Janet L. Yellen, Fall 2004
  • “The Business of Economic Consulting,” Martha Samuelson, Spring/Summer 2005
  • “So You Want to Be an Adjunct Professor?,” Martha Olney, Fall 2005
  • "I Have the Best Job in the World,” Sara Ellison, Fall 2005
  • “Choosing Teaching as a Career,” Haideh Esfahani, Fall 2005
  • “Life as a Lecturer: Trade-Offs Abound,” Mary Flannery, Fall 2005
  • “Gender-Differences in Graduate School and Job Placement Outcomes for Economics PhDs,” Wendy Stock, Fall 2006
  • “Tips for Interviewing at Liberal Arts College,” Sarah West, Fall 2007
  • “Once You Have a Job Offer –What Next?” Janice Eberly, Fall 2007
  • “Still Looking . . . ,” M. Kathleen Thomas and R. Andrew Luccasen,” Fall 2009
  • “Dual Career Academic Couples: University Strategies, Opportunities, Policies,” Londa Schiebinger, Fall 2009
  • “Building a Life,” Ellen Mutari and Deborah M. Figart,” Fall 2009
  • “Agree on Work and Family Priorities,” Lisa Gennetian and Ramsey Shehadeh,” Fall 2009
  • “Looking for an Assistant Professor Job and Working in Europe,” Maia Guell and Jose Rodriguez Mora,” Fall 2012
  • “The Academic Labor Market in Japan and the Presence of Women,” Yukiko Abe, Fall 2012
  • “Does Working Outside the U.S. Affect Scientific Productivity?” Shulamit Kahn and Megan MacGarvie,” Fall 2012
  • “Advice for New PhDs on the Job Market,” Wendy Stock, Fall 2014
  • “When and Why Academic Job Cover Letters Matter,” Anne Winkler, Fall 2014
  • “Finding the Right Match,” Cecilia Conrad, Fall 2014
  • “Job Market Resources: General Advice,” Fall 2014
  • “Job Market Resources: Applying to Teaching-Focused Institutions,” Fall 2014
  • “Job Market Resources: Special Situations,” Fall 2014
  • “Job Market Resources: The Diversity Statement,” Fall 2014

Junior Faculty

  • “The Year of the Tenure Decision: Strategies for Survival,” Janice Fanning Madden, Special Reprint 1996
  • “The Process of Earning Tenure at a Small Liberal Arts Institution,” Robin Bartlett, Special Reprint 1996
  • “Collegiality,” Jo Anna Gray, Special Reprint 1996
  • “Strategies for a Successful Start at a Teaching College,” Elizabeth Schmitt, Fall 1998
  • “Publishing in Economics Journals: Trends Young Economists Should Be Aware Of,” Glenn Ellison, Spring/Summer 2003
  • “An Overview of Networking Strategies,” Joyce P. Jacobsen, Spring/Summer 2004
  • “An Old Male Economist's Advice to Young Female Economists,” Daniel Hamermesh, Winter 2005
  • “Extended Tenure Clock Policies: Theory . . . and Practice,” Saranna Thornton, Winter 2005
  • “Top 10 Tips for Developing and Maintaining Networks,” Fall 2005
  • “Working Effectively with Graduate Students,” Rebecca Blank, Winter 2006
  • “Advice for Economists at Liberal Arts College,” Debra Barbezat, Winter 2006
  • “Top 10 Tips for Junior Faculty on Jumpstarting Your Career,” Daniel Hamermesh, Spring/Summer 2006
  • “Discussing Parental Policies with Your Dean of Department Chair,” Fiona Morton, Winter 2007
  • “Managing to Have Children on the Tenure Track: A Qualitative Study,” Lisa Wendel and Kelly Ward,” Spring/Summer 2007
  • “A Survival Guide to Having Children While On Tenure Track,” Terra McKinnish, Spring/Summer 2007
  • “‘Tenure First’ as an Optimizing Strategy,” Anne Winkler, Spring/Summer 2007
  • “Top 10 Tips on How to Be Mentored,” Julie Hotchkiss, Fall 2008
  • “My Tenure War,” Julie Nelson, Spring/Summer 2009
  • “Top 10 Questions to Think About Before Your Tenure Review,” Fall 2010
  • “What's Your Research Agenda?” Rohini Pande, Winter 2011
  • “Finding the Right Questions,” Esther Duflo, Winter 2011
  • “Broad versus Narrow: Research Agendas and Economists,” Raquel Fernandez, Winter 2011
  • “Choosing and Pursuing Unusual Research,” Muriel Niederle, Winter 2011
  • “Getting Published in Economics Journals,” Robert Moffitt, Spring/Summer 2011
  • “Hints for Having a Painless Publishing Experience,” Patricia M. Anderson, Spring/Summer 2011
  • “Reflections of a Founding Editor,” Shoshana Grossbard, Spring/Summer 2011
  • “ABCs of R&Rs,” Hope Corman and Nancy Reichman,” Spring/Summer 2011
  • “The Tenure Process at Research Universities,” Petra Todd, Winter 2013
  • “The Tenure Process at Liberal Arts Colleges,” Cecilia Conrad, Winter 2013
  • “Tenure Letters,” Rachel Croson, Winter 2013
  • “Should I Stay or Should I Go Now? Going on the Job Market Prior to Tenure,” Donna Ginther, Winter 2013
  • “Being Research Productive at non-Research Intensive Institutions,” Anne Winkler, Winter 2014
  • “How I Get Research Done,” Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes, Winter 2014
  • “Getting Research Done at a Teaching-Intensive University,” Christina Peters, Winter 2014
  • “Four Steps to Getting Research Done at an Institution without Graduate Programs,” Lonnie Golden, Winter 2014
  • “Tips on How to be a Productive Scholar at a Liberal Arts College,” Susan Averett, Winter 2014
  • “Navigating a Joint Job Search: Evidence from the Job Seekers' Study,” Brooke Helppie McFall and Marta Murray-Close, Issue II 2016
  • “Advice from Recipients of CSWEP's Carolyn Shaw Bell Award,” Issue II 2016
  • “The Dual Job Search: Early Honesty is the Best Policy,” John Cawley, Issue II 2016
  • “Our Dual-Career Search Experience and Advice,” Julie L. Hotchkiss and Robert E. Moore, Issue II 2016
  • “More on Timing and Strategy,”
  • “Considerations for LGBT Economists in Dual-Career Situations,” Kitt Carpenter, Issue II 2016
  • “Institutional Matters,” Issue II 2016
  • “Think About the Long Run,” Melinda Morrill and Thayer Morrill, Issue II 2016
  • “Advice from Placement Directors,” Issue II 2016
  • “The Two-Body Opportunity for Universities,” Jill J. McCluskey, Issue II 2016
  • “INTRODUCTION Standing in Front of the Classroom and Interacting with Students: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies for Female Faculty in Economics,” Anne Winkler, Issue III 2016
  • “Teaching Challenges and Strategies for Improvement at a Liberal Arts College,” Sarah Pearlman, Issue III 2016
  • “Warming Up the Climate in the Classroom: Challenges, Strategies, and Rewards,” Lisa Saunders, Issue III 2016
  • “Teaching Economics to Undergraduate Students as an International Faculty Member,” Shahina Amin, Issue III 2016
  • “Some Advice on Teaching Economics,” Shinyi Chou, Issue III 2016
  • “Mind the Gap: Addressing Gender and Racial Disparities in Economics,” Nicole Dussault and Emily Eisner, Issue III 2016
  • “Introduction: Managing Your Workload at Mid-Career,” Terra McKinnish, Issue III 2016
  • “Tips and Language for Saying 'No' from CeMENT Mentors,” Issue III 2016
  • “Advice from a Reformed Volunteer,” Laura Argys, Issue III 2016
  • “Making Your Own Choices: The Art of Saying No and the Art of Saying Yes,” Adriana Kugler, Issue III 2016
  • “Thoughts on Managing Time and Administrative Work,” Donna K. Ginther, Issue III 2016
  • “Introduction: Focus on Working with a Research Group and Co-authors,” Ragan Petrie, Issue III 2017
  • “Mentoring Student Teams,” Anya Samek, Issue III 2017
  • “Norms and Communication in Collaboration, Julian Jamison, Issue III 2017
  • “The Keys to Effective Collaboration,” A. Abigail Payne,  Issue III 2017

Senior Faculty

  • “The ‘E-Mentor:’ A World Wide Web List of Resources for the Professional Development of Academic Economists,” Linda Manning and Philip Thompson, Fall 1998
  • “Being Chair,” Nancy Marion, Spring 1999
  • “Mentoring and Women in Non-Academic Careers,” Joan G. Haworth, Fall 2002
  • “Top 10 (Easy) Things to Do To Mentor Junior Faculty,” Rachel Croson, Winter 2003
  • “Negotiating Senior Job Offers,” Susan Athey, Winter 2007
  • “Fundamental Economics on the Job,” Therese McCarty, Fall 2008
  • “Using Economics Training within a Consortium and Single-sex Setting,” Cecelia Conrad , Fall 2008
  • “Administration in a University Setting,” Barbara Wolfe, Fall 2008
  • “Being the Boss,” Alice Rivlin, Winter 2008
  • “How to be a Good ‘Boss’,” Joan Haworth, Winter 2008
  • “Should You Consider Academic Administration?” Katherine Lyall, Winter 2008
  • “Academic Leadership,” Linda Bell, Fall 2008
  • “Managing Your Career as an Economist after Tenure,” Robert Hall, Winter 2009
  • “Sometimes Even Negotiation Professors Forget to Ask,” Linda Babcock, Winter 2009
  • “Managing your Service and Administrative Workload at Mid-Career” Terra Mckinnish, Winter 2017
  • “Recruiting & Mentoring Diverse Economists” Terra Mckinnish, Spring/Summer 2017
  • “INTRODUCTION Standing in Front of the Classroom and Interacting with Students: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies for Female Faculty in Economics,” Anne Winkler, Issue III 2016
  • “Teaching Challenges and Strategies for Improvement at a Liberal Arts College,” Sarah Pearlman, Issue III 2016
  • “Warming Up the Climate in the Classroom: Challenges, Strategies, and Rewards,” Lisa Saunders, Issue III 2016
  • “Teaching Economics to Undergraduate Students as an International Faculty Member,” Shahina Amin, Issue III 2016
  • “Some Advice on Teaching Economics,” Shinyi Chou, Issue III 2016
  • “Mind the Gap: Addressing Gender and Racial Disparities in Economics,” Nicole Dussault and Emily Eisner, Issue III 2016
  • “Introduction: Managing Your Workload at Mid-Career,” Terra McKinnish, Issue III 2016
  • “Tips and Language for Saying 'No' from CeMENT Mentors,” Issue III 2016
  • “Advice from a Reformed Volunteer,” Laura Argys, Issue III 2016
  • “Making Your Own Choices: The Art of Saying No and the Art of Saying Yes,” Adriana Kugler, Issue III 2016
  • “Thoughts on Managing Time and Administrative Work,” Donna K. Ginther, Issue III 2016
  • “Introduction: Focus on Working with a Research Group and Co-authors,” Ragan Petrie, Issue III 2017
  • “Mentoring Student Teams,” Anya Samek, Issue III 2017

Outside Academia

  • “Life as a Newspaper Reporter,” Sylvia Nasar, Fall 1996
  • “On Becoming a Member of a Corporate Board of Directors,” Olivia Mitchell, Fall 1998
  • “The Life of a Pedagogue in a Research Institute,” Beth Bogan, Fall 1999
  • “Social Policy Research in the Private Sector,” Jean Baldwin Grossman, Spring 1999
  • “Economic Research Funding at the National Science Foundation,” Mary E. Deily, Fall 2000
  • “Interview with Carol Carson, Director of BEA,” Barbara Fraumeni, Spring/Summer 2000
  • “Interview with Janet Norwood, Commissioner of BLS,” Barbara Fraumeni, Spring/Summer 2000
  • “Interview with Martha Farnsworth Riche, Director of Census Bureau,” Barbara Fraumeni, Spring/Summer 2000
  • “Panel on the Research Climate in Economics Institutes,” Catherine L. Mann, Fall 2000
  • “RAND: Research for Policy and Decision Making,” Julia Lowell, Fall 2000
  • “The William Davidson Institute: Promoting Research on and Assistance to Economies in Transition,” Anna Meyendorff, Fall 2000
  • “Mentoring and Women in Non-Academic Careers,” Joan G. Haworth, Fall 2002
  • “Notes from Working at a Private Foundation,” Kristin F. Butcher, Spring 2002
  • “The Center for Global Development: Its Origins and Future Work,” Nancy Birdsall, Spring 2002
  • “How the Institute for Women's Policy Research Contributes to Public Policy Development,” Heidi Hartmann, Spring 2002
  • “Funding Opportunities for Women Economists at the Russell Sage Foundation,” David F. Weiman, Spring 2002
  • “An Academic Economist in the Federal Bureaucracy,” Katherine G. Abraham, Fall 2004
  • “Working as a Research Economist at the Rand Corporation,” Julie DaVanzo, Spring/Summer 2006
  • “Working as a Research Economist at the Upjohn Institute,” Susan Houseman, Spring/Summer 2006
  • “Working as a Research Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia,” Loretta Mester, Spring/Summer 2006
  • “Working as a Research Economist at the Bureau of Labor Statistics,” Anne Polivka, Spring/Summer 2006
  • “Economic Careers in Litigation Consulting: The Road Less Traveled,” Anne Farrar, Fall 2007
  • “A Career in the Central Bank,” Christine Cumming, Spring/Summer 2008
  • “A Career in Consulting,” Nita Juneja, Spring/Summer 2008
  • “Inspiring Women in Policy,” Linda Goldberg, Fall 2011
  • “Why Choose to Be a Government Economist?” Joyce Manchester, Fall 2011
  • “A Career in the World of Think Tanks,” Margaret Simms, Fall 2011
  • “My Path in the Policy World,” Karen Dynan, Fall 2011
  • “Economic Measurement Research at the Census Bureau,” Lucia Foster, Issue I 2016
  • “What It's Like to Be an Economist at the Congressional Budget Office,” Carla Tighe Murray, Issue I 2016
  • “Economists in the Antitrust Division,” Diane S. Owen, Issue I 2016
  • “What Research Economists Do at the Bureau of Labor Statistics,” Sabrina Wulff Pabilonia, Issue I 2016
  • “Interview with BLS Commissioner Erica Groshen,” Susan Fleck, Issue I 2016
  • “Diversity and Inclusion at the Federal Reserve Board: A Program for Change,” David Wilcox, Issue II 2017
  • “Norms and Communication in Collaboration, Julian Jamison, Issue III 2017

Female Economists

  • “Focusing on Taking Responsibility: Best Practices in Recruiting and Mentoring Diverse Economists,” Amanda Bayer, Issue II 2017
  • “Facilitating Success for Diverse Junior Economists,” Terra McKinnish, Issue II 2017
  • “Diversity and Inclusion at the Federal Reserve Board: A Program for Change,” David Wilcox, Issue II 2017
  • “Best Practices in Recruiting, Advancing, and Mentoring for Diversity,” Marie T. Mora, Issue II 2017
  • “We've Built the Pipeline: What's the Problem and What's Next?,” Rhonda Vanshay Sharpe, Issue II 2017
  • “Introduction: Focus on Working with a Research Group and Co-authors,” Ragan Petrie, Issue III 2017
  • “Learning from the Experiences of CSWEP Members,” Issue I 2018
  • “Using Technology to Fight Sexual Harassment in Economics,” Jennifer Doleac, Issue I 2018
  • “We Can Act: Lessons learned in Philosophy from the APA ad hoc committee on sexual harassment in the profession,” Kathryn J. Norlock, Issue I 2018
  • “Addressing Sexual Harassment in Academic Institutions,” Shereen G. Bingham, Issue I 2018
  • “The Keys to Effective Collaboration,” A. Abigail Payne,  Issue III 2017