Research on the academic job market

Research on the academic jobmarket

Michael Graber, Andrey Launov und Michael Wälde: Publish or Perish? The Increasing Importance of Publications for Prospective Economics Professors in Austria, Germany and Switzerland. German Economic Review, Volume 9, Issue 4, pages 457-472, 2008. 


Günter G. Schulze, Christian Wiermann und Susanne Warning: What and how long does it take to get tenure? The case of economics and business administration in Austria, Germany and Switzerland. German Economic Review, Volume 9, Issue 4, pages 473-505, 2008.


Arbeitsmarktbericht Bundesagentur für Arbeit (aktuell / verfügbar ab 01.2009)


Bernt Bratsberg, James F. Ragan und John T. Warren: Does Raiding Explain the Negative Returns to Faculty Seniority. Economic Inquiry, 48 (3), 704-721, 2010.


John Cawley: A Guide (and Advice) for Economists on the U.S. Junior Academic Job Market. 2011-2012 Edition.


Laura Cruz-Castro und Luis Sanz-Menendez: The Employment of Ph.D.s in Firms: Trajectories, Mobility, and Innovation. Research Evaluation, 14 (1), 57-69, 2005.


Kevin Duncan, Dirk Yandell und Kokila Doshi: Job Search Strategies and Outcomes for Academic Economists: A Middle-Market View. Eastern Economic Journal, 26 (3), 345-361, 2000.


Craig A. Gallet, John A. List und Peter F. Orazem: Cyclicality and the Labor Market for Economists. Southern Economic Journal, 72 (2), 284-304, 2005.


Michael J. Hilmer und Christiana E. Hilmer: Negative Returns to Seniority and Job Mobility across the Program Quality Distribution: Are Top Public PhD-Granting Programs Different? American Economic Review. 101(3), 466–70, 2011.


Jessica Holmes und David Colander: The Hiring of an Economist: A Case Study. American Economist, 51 (1), 54-62, 2007.

Lisa B. Kahn: The Long-Term Labor Market Consequences of Graduating from College in a Bad Economy. Labour Economics,17 (2), 303-16, 2010.


Gaines H. Liner und Ellen Sewell: Research Requirements for Promotion and Tenure at PhD Granting Departments of Economics. Applied Economics Letters, 16 (7-9), 765-68, 2009.


Ana Rute Cardoso, Paulo Guimarães und Klaus F.Zimmermann: Trends in Economic Research: An International Perspective. IZA Discussion Paper, No. 4785, 2010


David Colander: What Economists Teach and What Economists Do. Journal of Economic Education 36 (3), 249-260, 2005.


Tom Coupe: What Do We Know about Ourselves? On the Economics of Economics. KYKLOS, 57 (2), 197-215, 2004.


Michael A. Kelly und Stephen Bruestle: Trend of Subjects Published in Economics Journals 1969-2007. Economic Inquiry, Vol. 49, Issue 3, 658-673, 2011.