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    Economics PhD Admissions with a "soft" major

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    I am currently studying philosophy as an undergraduate at a T10 department (for economics). However, I have taken the following courses:

    (MATH): Calculus 1-3, Linear Algebra, Honors Analysis, ODE, Probability Theory, Mathematical Statistics, and Topology
    (ECON): Micro/Macro theory, Introduction to Econometrics, Advanced Econometrics

    Is this a strong enough profile for PhD admissions? Also, a main concern of mine is that I don't have any research experience and, given my "soft" major, I won't be able to get any RAships. Thank you!

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