Teachers, and Scholars Too: Economic Scholarship at Elite Liberal Arts Colleges
Howard Bodenhorn ()
The Journal of Economic Education, 1997, vol. 28, issue 4, 323-336
And so, in my view of the good teacher, almost invariably he will engage in research.... Then his standards of intellectual performance are maintained by the critical scrutiny of his fellows. The teacher who does not publish must have the conscience of a saint if he is not to take things easy: to pontificate instead of to reason; to conjecture rather than to know. (Stigler 1963, 15)
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