Monday, April 7, 2008

Evidence on The Future of Economics

...via Marginal Revolution. Here is the paper.

In a nutshell: This short paper collects and studies the CVs of 112 assistant professors in the top-ten American departments of economics. The paper treats these as a glimpse of the future. We find evidence of a strong brain drain. We find also a predominance of empirical work.

1 comment:

http://globalstructures.blogspot.com/ said...

Which is rather ironic given the complete lack of theoretical innovation regarding the global economy. Ten years from now a very different view - a fairly sure bet...