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The Changing Sociology of the Australian Academic Economics Profession*

Alex Millmow ()

Economic Papers, 2010, vol. 29, issue 1, 87-95

Abstract: This article undertakes a census of how the Australian economics profession changed over the span of eleven years. It shows that the academic economics community has become more professionalised. It also explores which departments are expanding or contracting and whether there is any truth in the claim that the profession is becoming more Americanised. Copyright (c) 2010 The Economic Society of Australia.

Date: 2010
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