Tag Archive: graduate school

  • Should I Go to Grad School?

    Should I go to grad school? I’ve benefited enormously from great advice from friends and mentors like Pete Boettke, Tyler Cowen, Deirdre McCloskey, Mike Munger, John Nye, and many others (here, for example, is the indispensable IHS publication Scaling the Ivory Tower, to which I still refer periodically). If I could go back in time […]

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  • How to Get Funding for Your PhD

    Grad school is difficult enough without worrying about money. We’ve put together a list which should help you think less about your budget and more about your research. Fully Funded Degree Programs If you’re still applying to grad school, you might be interested in this list of fully-funded degree programs from ProFellow. IHS PhD Fee […]

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  • 8 Great Economics PhD Programs to Check Out

    Want to apply to grad school, but not sure which degree programs are right for you? We’ve put together a list of 8 great degree programs for those interested in classical liberal ideas to help you on your path to your PhD: George Mason University The economics PhD program at George Mason is a great […]

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  • 5 things to ask yourself before you go to graduate school

    Suppose that while you’re in college, one of your professors challenges you to look at the world from a different perspective. Or perhaps you discover that you’re really good at research and writing. Or you’re realizing that your classes are making you want to learn more about your discipline–even teach it. At this point, you […]

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