Early Career Support
publishing • the job market • writing • teaching • mental health • work-life balance
As young scholars we are confronted with many challenges: publishing, teaching, the job market, work-life balance and institutional barriers. Often we face these demands alone and without much institutional or even moral support. In YSI, we gather resources to support each other in these challenges.
INET & YSI Resources
Tips for presenting your research
By Lynn Parramore
A life in New Economic Thinking
Stories and advice from Rob Johnson, President of INET
Early Career Challenges Report
Findings of 14 interviews YSI conducted to identify the challenges that aspiring new economic thinkers face during their studies and while transitioning into a research-related professional career.
INET Collection on “Crisis of Conformity”
Academia—and economics in particular—has increasingly placed emphasis on measures of research “quality” that do more to narrow intellectual exploration than they do to produce good scholarship.
Ongoing conversations on early-career challenges. Want to organize a panel, workshop or discussion a topic that interests you? Reach out to [email protected]
- How to publish academic papers
- Writing in economics
- How to improve your mental health during PhD life
- How to build a feminist career in Economics
- Challenges to Teaching in Different Institutional Settings
- How to Curate a Course | Jayati Ghosh & David Ruccio
- I’m an economist – how much coding should I know?