economics profession

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Noun1.economics profession - the body of professional economists
profession - the body of people in a learned occupation; "the news spread rapidly through the medical profession"; "they formed a community of scientists"
economic expert, economist - an expert in the science of economics
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Austrian articles published in top field journals if one did it right, providing an important counterweight to the prevailing corrupt and confused description of the economics profession promulgated by many of those academics influenced by Murray Rothbard and Hans Sennholz.
The economics profession lost an important voice with Mike's recent and untimely death.
For the past five decades or so, the economics profession has been stripped of its human dimension by turning into a forum for advanced mathematics--despite the fact that people don't live precisely according to any algorithm devised by a mathematical whiz kid.
The economics profession was arguably the first casualty of the 2008-2009 global financial crisis.
Rather than lamenting possible shortcomings of the economics profession, the positive contributions are the focus.
He currently serves as the president of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) and was awarded a NABE Fellow Certificate of Recognition in 2011 for outstanding contributions to the Business Economics Profession and Leadership Among Business Economists in the Nation.
Hopefully, certain improvements in the conduct of the economics profession will make the discipline more beneficial to society.
He calls this ''chronological snobbery'': The gold standard is a bad idea because it is an old idea and because the economics profession opposes it.
During his long career as an academic economist, Coase had a great impact on the mainstream economics profession.
Alongside the models and tools already developed, we would very much welcome the wider economics profession take up the work started by MaRs, notably on early warning models and using frameworks that incorporate financial instability in macroeconomics to assess macro-prudential regulatory instruments.
Yet, despite the constant pushback from the economics profession, stadium proponents are winning the war.
Whatever the reasons for its success, it has already made an undeniable contribution both to the economics profession and to public discourse.

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