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Type: Journal article
Title: The undergraduate origins of PhD economists revisited
Author: Stock, W.
Siegfried, J.
Citation: The Journal of Economic Education, 2015; 46(2):150-165
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Issue Date: 2015
ISSN: 0022-0485
2152-4068
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Wendy A. Stock and John J. Siegfried
Abstract: The authors update prior analyses of the undergraduate origins of individuals who earn a PhD in economics in the United States. They include the list of the top institutions worldwide graduating the largest number of undergraduates who subsequently earn an economics PhD from a U.S. university and lists of American institutions with the largest proportion of their total undergraduates and the largest proportion of their economics undergraduates who go on to earn an economics PhD from a U.S. university. They evaluate the success of graduates from various types of undergraduate institutions in terms of the probability of getting into top-15 economics PhD programs and for time-to-degree and success in completing PhD programs.
Keywords: economists; PhD degree; time-to-degree; undergraduate education
Rights: © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
DOI: 10.1080/00220485.2015.1015187
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