Thursday, September 02, 2010
- Name: Greg Mankiw
- Location: United States
I am a professor and chairman of the economics department at Harvard University, where I teach introductory economics (ec 10). I use this blog to keep in touch with my current and former students. Teachers and students at other schools, as well as others interested in economic issues, are welcome to use this resource.
- This year's Freshman Seminar
- Da Vinci, Updated
- The CEA Chair Says Goodbye
- An Enlightening Example
- Barro on Unemployment Insurance
- Reinhardt on Efficiency
- The Latest from Merle Hazard
- Krugman reestimates the Mankiw rule
- Notes from the Sixth Row
- CBO's Latest Projection
Advice for Students
- Advice for Aspiring Economists
- Where do economists come from?
- Choosing a Graduate Program
- Working Before Grad School
- Advice for Grad Students
- Advice for New Junior Faculty
- Which math courses?
- Why Aspiring Economists Need Math
- Love Econ, Bad at Math
- Summer Reading List
- JD vs PhD: My Story
- My Life as a Student
- PhD or not?
- Education Beyond the Classroom
- An engineer seeks career advice
- A Question about Learning Economics
- Good Academic, Bad Human Being
- Are B-school economists different?
- How to Write Well