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A Beginner's Guide to Economic Research and Presentation by Jeffrey A. Edwards

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Conclusion

What we have learned in this book is how to conduct a very basic level of research in the field of economics. And even though this book specifically addresses the field of economics, it is perfectly clear that the concepts in it can be applied to any field where empirical work is used. As mentioned in the “Introduction,” it may very well be the case that this book is too basic for those ivy-leaguers. Although I have seen many Ivy League PhD students who haven’t a clue how to put together basic research. This tells me that many of their undergraduates wouldn’t be able to either. Having said that, the target audience for this book is anyone that is interested in a brief, inexpensive guide on performing basic empirical research, putting ...

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