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Advice for Aspiring Economists

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  1. Take as many math and statistics courses as you can stomach.
  2. Choose your economics courses from professors who are passionate about the field and care about teaching. Ignore the particular topics covered when choosing courses. All parts of economics can be made interesting, or deadly dull, depending on the instructor.

Greg Mankiw's Blog: Advice for Aspiring Economists

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