Launching your Research Career
Below is a list of resources for a new researcher launching your research career, trying to publish and get funding.
- “Journals with short paper options where economists might publish”
- “Meet the Editors” - 2020 SEA CSWEP session
- “Meet the Funders” - 2020 SEA CSWEP session
- “Postcards from the NSF” - Mathew Jackson and Laura Razzolini
- “Finding the Right Questions,” – CSWEP News, Ester Duflo
- “Broad versus Narrow: Research Agendas and Economists,” – CSWEP News, Raquel Fernandex
- “Choosing and Pursuing Unusual Research Topics,” – CSWEP News, Muriel Niederle
- “Getting Published in Economics Journals,” – CSWEP News, Robert Moffitt
- “Hints for Having a Painless Publishing Experience,” – CSWEP News, Patricia M. Anderson
- “Reflections of a Founding Editor,” – CSWEP News, Shoshana Grossbard
- “ABCs of R&Rs,” – CSWEP News, Hope Corman and Nancy Reichman
- “Top 10 Ways to Deal with Editors and Referees,” – CSWEP News
- “Publishing in Economics Journals: Trends Young Economists (and Everyone Else) Should be Aware Of,” – CSWEP News, Glenn Ellison
- “How are the Mighty Fallen: Rejected Classic Articles by Leading Economists,” – Joshua Gans and George Shepard, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 8(1), Winter 1994, Pages 165-79.
- “Top 10 Tips on How to Get Funding,” – CSWEP News
- “How to Get National Science Foundation Funding (NSF) Funding in Economics,” – CSWEP News, Laura Razzolini
- “Applying for Research Grants from Liberal Arts Colleges,” – CSWEP News, Lara Shore-Shepard
- “Ask the Editor with Juuso Välimäki,” - Journal of the European Economic Association
To update or add to the resources on this list, email firstname.lastname@example.org.