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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Although the economics profession has converged toward a consensus on certain principles, the Administrations trade agenda also stands poised to update existing trade relationships in order to maximize the benefits that Americas trade with the world generates for our citizens in the 21st century and beyond.
There is an extensive debate in the economics profession about this question, but the testimony of business people is hardly taken to be decisive, even though they are the ones doing the hiring.
So surely, one might argue, Capitalism and Commerce is a charmingly quaint collection of esoterica, and its blending of economic and literary scholarship is of very limited interest to the economics profession.
Janet Currie received an honorary doctorate from l'Universite Jean Moulin Lyon III and the Carolyn Shaw Bell Award for furthering the role of women in economics from the Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession.
This question is studied within the context of the economics profession, where specifically the impact of being a native English speaker on future publishing success is examined.
Subsequently, however, the economics profession chose the pathway of methodological individualism, and the study of economic behavior became mostly dissociated from consideration of politics.
He published many research papers in top scholarly journals and was well respected by his peers in the economics profession.
sternly rebuke the economics profession for relying too much on theory, and not enough on evidence, when it comes to the issue of trade:
The book is a good exercise in getting to know the broader economics profession, especially regarding the commonalities between the various schools of economic thought.
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.
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 has been in disrepute ever since the transatlantic economies slipped into a crisis and pulled global growth down.

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