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Research Skills for Economics Students

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9780415470124

ISBN10:
0415470129
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Pub. Date:
9/10/2015
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Routledge
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This text is a guide for students undertaking research projects, and offers options to instructors, in planning such projects, with a clear view in mind of the distinctive learning objectives which typically motivate the requirements for them in economics. These include the desire to deepen students' appreciation of, and competence in economic ways of thinking and of assessing evidence, and sets of transferable skills in research, report preparation and writing.


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