Books for PhD students. these books will help you increase your ability to write article and papers without compromising quality
- Matthew Pearson‘s (UC Davis) guide to Surviving the First-Year of grad school.
- On a related theme, Survive, Then Thrive, an empirical paper on grad school success.
- John Cochrane‘s (Chicago) recommendations for academic writing: Writing Tips for PhD Students.
- John Creedy‘s (Melbourne) introduction to the publishing process: From Manuscript to Publication.
- Harvard’s Information for Graduate Students on the Job Market.
- John Cawley‘s (Cornell) manual A Guide and Advice for Economists on the US Junior Academic Job Market.
- Hisham Foad‘s (San Diego State) job-landing guide Memoirs of a Job Market Candidate.
- Paul Oyer (Stanford) on the luck factor in career success: The Macro-Foundations of Microeconomics: Initial Labor Market Conditions and Long-Term Outcomes for Econmoists and MBAs.
- Job Market Rumors and the Interview / Flyout and Offer wikis, run by mysterious benefactor “Tatonnement.”