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  1. It’s not bad but the city is boring. For RM, it is better that you stay here. The supervisors are good in econometrics and microeconomics. Macro is with a smaller group but still vibrant. It is not so easy to go to other schools. But if you try to apply, there is always chance. If you can resit the urge to live in a vibrant city, then it is fine for you. But for finding a job, it is better that you speak Dutch.
  2. ----Edited----------------------------- Hi, people. I'm a Korean student in Top 3 university in my country. I just finished my undergrad and will now proceed to grad school of the same institution. I've noticed that in this forum, people say grades in Ph.D micro, and metric courses are strong signals in the admission process. But I wonder, are they the same thing as graduate micro, and metric classes, which are based on Mas-collel, and green textbook? The grad classes are in master programs, so I'm afraid they are not the same thing as the Ph.D micro, and metric that people here are talking about? I'm asking this because I already have A+ in grad micro and metric but I'm not sure they are the ones with strong signaling value. Thanks in advance :)
  3. In 2021, I'm finishing my MRes in some European schools. The thing is that I'm not so sure about doing a Ph.D. now. I want to do more courseworks that prepare me to do research in micro theory. For example, now most of my classes are reading papers. It is nice to have some paper reading sessions to get some ideas about research. However, I think I don't learn much by just skimming through them. (I have to read at least 6 papers per week!!) I'm thinking to do one year more coursework. So, if the school allows me to go directly 2nd year MRes it would be nice. Otherwise, Ph.D. program that allows me to take some classes is also fine. Does anyone know some info about this kind of program in Europe? I am thinking about Toulouse M2 or Bonn…but I'm not sure about the exact situation... Just considering that they might have many people doing applied micro theory... Thank you.
  4. Hello everyone, I have an admission to one of the top Ph.D. in Economics program in Europe. However, I have certain concerns regarding my decision. First of all, let me mention one thing. I have a keen interest in financial markets and I have a strong performance in my portfolio. This implies two things; on the one hand, my opportunity cost in doing a Ph.D. is high because I believe that I can be very successful in jobs in financial markets. On the other hand, I am not sure if I want the financial markets will be my essential job. It can also be my secondary income source. Secondly, as a person who loves comfort and quality, academic position in universities seems to be very attractive. You don't have a boss, you can choose the topics you want, you can choose the time you work, and so on. However, the four years in the Ph.D. actually scares me... Students seem too tired and drained. Many studies show mental health problems that graduate students face. There are conflicting claims about the job market, is there an oversupply or not? Finally, even though the routine tasks in the private sector are not very qualitative, sometimes the research in academia feels the same. Since, it turns into a race for publishment and, actually, the research topic will possibly be a very narrow question that has very low likely to change anybody's lives. Hence, sometimes it feels like it is an investment that thrives me and sometimes it feels like it is an investment that fails.. Would you want to share your ideas, questions, and thoughts? Thank you.
  5. Hello everyone, I am a prospective Ph.D. in Economics student at a well-known university in Europe. However, I have concerns about the future of the job market for Ph.D. in Economics graduates. I have read several comments that claim oversupply in the market, especially compared to Ph.D. in Finance or Business This leads me to think about what will happen in the coming four years and questioning myself about the investment decision I am making. Therefore, could you please evaluate the current(and future) of the Ph.D. in Economics job market? Is there any source that provides some kind of demand and supply data? Thank you.
  6. Hi all, New to the forum. I have a few basic, rather native, questions. 1. Do the job markets for ag econ and general econ Ph.D. graduates overlap a lot? 2. Do ag econ Ph.D. graduates have a good chance at industry/non-academic jobs? 3. For industry jobs, does the department ranking matter as much as the university's overall ranking? For example, the University of Florida's ag econ is ranked pretty low, but the university as a whole is decently ranked (top 100 in ARWU and USNWR globally). So if I am targeting an industry career after PhD, should I go, in this particular case, to Florida or Kansas State (ranked considerably higher among ag econ departments but pretty terribly in overall university ranking) (let's assume that I have professors I want to work with at both these places). Look forward to the response. Thanks
  7. Hi, guys. I'm an asian econ major student who just made up my mind to do masters in Europe (or possibly in canada) before I eventually apply for ph.d econs. (My dream masters for now are: BGSE, CEMFI, Bocconi, Tolouse, U of Toronoto, Vancouver University, etc.) I note that most masters start in september and ph.d applications are from december to january, so that means I need to apply one and a quarter year after I officially start my master program. For two-year program, I am not particularly concerned, because even if my first ph.d applications turn out bad, I will always be able to take advantage of the remaining one year to boost my profile and reapply the next year. But for one-year programs, what do you suggest I do if my first shots go totally off so that I have to work on one more year until I reapply the next year? I don't think it is possible for graduates of one-year masters to continue working with the professors even after graduation, so it seems to me that the only thing i could do in this case would be finding a 1-2 year full-time RA ship that can potentially lead to strong letters for reapplication. (At this point, I'm not thinking of comming back to my home country after the one-year master, because I see very few good RAships here) But I'm worried if this is a feasible exit-strategy for an international student like me. I'm afraid that RA jobs in US or anywhere else are mostly reserved for domestic students of the country, so I will unlikely get a good RA position even after taking masters degree from the aforementioned schools? Any comments would be very much appreciated :)
  8. I would like to know if the Economic History Field is still active and which schools have Ph.D. students with EH specialization. I have done my research, finding 5 schools who publicly show their economic history specialization option (sadly top 20) but I'm unaware if admissions are open for candidates who want to specialize in that field. The reasoning is based on the lack of graduates from those institutes with an economic history field. Before anyone criticizes me or directs me to apply to LSE Economic History Ph.D., my central interest/research is Macroeconomics but economic history is a very crucial subject to all Economic courses (even Econometric) and I desire to research in that field as well. I refuse to apply to an institution that does not even have an Economic History course as a requirement for Ph.D. completion. I would love to go into more (possibly rant) but I will appreciate any help and/or tips.
  9. Hi! I have a Math major in one of the best Latin American universities and I'm interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in economics at a top university (like top 100), but I have only taken a few courses in economics (with high grades in them). I have research experience in Math and my GPA is 4.2/5.0. Do you think that I can get accepted (with financial aid) in a top Ph.D. economics program? Or should I get a Masters in economics first? Thanks!
  10. Hello I am in the second year of my Ph.D. now. Recently, several faculties in my field of interest left my department so I started looking for transferring options. Please, evaluate my profile! Type of Undergrad:B.S. in Business from an unknown university in Europe Undergrad GPA: 3.54/4 Type of Grad: MA (honors) in Financial Economics from the top school in my country, not well-known internationally, Ph.D. (in progress) from usnews top 40 Grad GPA: 3.72/4 (MA), 3.813/4 (current Ph.D.) GRE: 167 Q, 153 V, 3 aw TOEFL: 106 Math Courses: All the required courses to get into a Ph.D. with grades ranging from B+ to A (A- on average). In addition, Real Analysis (Ph.D. level, B) and Advanced Calculus (A-) from my current school. Econ Courses (PhD-level): Micro I,II (A), Macro I, II (A-), Metrics I, III (A-), Metrics II (A) Econ Courses (undergrad-level): Macro, Micro, Behavioral, Game Theory all A or A+ Other Courses: Advanced Asset Pricing Theory, Accounting, Financial Instruments, Portfolio Management, Corporate Finance Letters of Recommendation: 1 from an Alternate Director at IMF (not research active, not much academic background) - strong letter, 1 from one of the professors who left my current department (currently in usnew top 30, UMN PhD) - solid letter, 2 from professors in my current department - ok letters. Research Experience: two years of research-intensive working experience at a central bank, two publications in an unknown local journal Teaching Experience: TA as a part of my Ph.D. funding Research Interests: Macro, Financial Economics, Macroprudential and Monetary Policy SOP: Dwelled on the validity of my intention to transfer pointing out that I have several referees from my current department who understand and support my decision. Concerns: 1) weak undergrad, although I kinda hope my graduate experience compensates. 2) Low verbal and aw GRE. 3) My schools' pool is too strong given my profile and recommenders. 4) B on the Ph.D. real analysis course even though it was super advanced. Other: I already successfully passed the comps at my current program, grade-wise I'm in the top quarter of my class. coding skills: Matlab, R, Python, C++, SQL, LaTeX Applying to: Northwestern, U of Rochester, Boston College, USC, Notre Dame, U of Virginia, Carnegie Mellon, Swiss Finance Institute, UPenn Wharton, UWM Business School (Financial Econ program), OSU (finance dept), Wash U St. Louis (finance dept), IU (finance dept)
  11. I am currently in the first year studying for a 3-year undergraduate degree in economics at Cambridge University. I am aspiring to study at a top 5 Ph.D. programme in economics in the US. From my knowledge, Cambridge has admitted very few students to US Ph.D programs straight from the undergraduate degree. I feel that this is partly due to a lack of applicants though, since very few students seem to intend to pursue an academic career. The level of mathematics in the degree is mainly covered through a year-long Mathematics and Statistics course in both the first year and second year. We have year-long econometrics courses in both the second and third year. Hence, the most mathematically rigorous combination of subjects I can study throughout the three years is: Year 1 (all 5 compulsory - no optional modules) - Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Mathematics and Statistics, Political and Social Aspects, Economic History Year 2 - Microeconomics (compulsory), Macroeconomics (compulsory), Econometrics (compulsory), Mathematics and Statistics (optional) Year 3 - Microeconomics (compulsory), Macroeconomics (compulsory), 7500 word dissertation (compulsory), Econometrics (optional), Further Micro Theory (optional) The main problem about applying straight from undergraduate is that I would need to apply for Ph.D programmes by the end of the second year/beginning of third year, meaning that my grades from the more mathematical modules will not be available to Ph.D. programmes. Also, since I'd be applying between my second and third years, I would need research assistantship experience hopefully between first and second year. However, there are no official opportunities for this kind of research in my economics department. And I'm unsure as to how to go about obtaining research experience. Especially since research assistantships are the best way to demonstrate aptitude for your letters of recommendation. Any advice for my current studies, research opportunities or further study would be much appreciated.
  12. I have been out of school for 5 years. I am applying to programs this fall and have 2 of my 3 recommendation letters lined up from Professors from undergrad. They are recognized in their respective fields and will be providing good reviews (they have disclosed them to me). My question is, should I seek another professor for my 3rd recommendation? Or should this be a work reference? The work reference will provide a detailed recommendation of the quantitative work I've done in a Machine learning space, and applied statistics work (I work at a large software corporation). If I were to seek another professor recommendation, it would either be a math professor with whom I have taken only 2 classes recently in preparation for Ph.D applications. I could try to find a coworker in my space with a Ph.D, but that connection may be a bit more loose. Any/all opinions welcome. Much appreciated.
  13. Hi all, I got admission from Frankfurt as Ph.D. track and MSc in Economics in Barcelona GSE. In general, my final goal is to pursue a Ph.D. in North America, particularly the US. I wouldn't complete the Ph.D. in Frankfurt. Instead, I tend to study for two years and have a thesis and get a master degree. This is the advantage. The study in Frankfurt helps you have more time to prepare for the application for Ph.D. But I'm not sure if this is common for people in Frankfurt to apply for outside Ph.D. I'm not sure the placement record for Frankfurt. Plus, they are not that matched with my research interests, to say, economic history, development, and applied micro. The advantage for Barcelona GSE is clear. But the disadvantage is also clear that it only has one year. I must find a place to stay after the year. I plan to apply for RAship or MPhil or MRes with funding. How would you say about the plan? Please give me some advice. I will be very grateful. Rosa
  14. Hi everyone, I am a college senior with a major in Marketing. I recently completed a honors thesis project on computer-mediated communications on social sites and its implications for business. I had a really great time conducting this research, and it inspired me to pursue a Ph.D in this field. But nothing is that easy. I had my profile reviewed by a very well-known professor in CB and he shared that good doctoral program always look for students with prior research experience. He suggested me to look for a master's degree that can help gain some exposure to be a better candidate in the future. I want to seek advice from everyone on a good research-focused master's program that can be a stepping stone to a Ph.D in marketing. Fuqua has a Master in Business Analytics with an option to conduct research and get a certificate. In this a good option? I am also exploring MS in Information Sciences (human-comp interaction, social networks, electronic word-of-mouth) but I don't know how well it will translate into a Ph.D in Marketing? What do you think of the program in Michigan, Indiana U, and UNC Chapel Hill? Sorry for the long post and thank you in advance for your response
  15. Hi everyone, Like I mentioned in the title, I'm a college senior with a major in marketing and I want to pursue a Ph.D in this field. I completed a honors thesis project recently, focusing on computer-mediated communications and marketing implications for firms. And this is the research topic I want to continue exploring with my Ph.D But I know the path is never that easy. I recently had my profile reviewed by a very well-known professor in CB and that person shared that the school's doctoral program wants students with prior research experience (working with professors or working in a lab). He suggested looking into a good research-based master's program to be a better candidate for Ph.D. program in the future - which sounds extremely reasonable. So I want to seek advice from the URCH community on what master's programs out there that are suitable for enhancing my research experience and equip with quantitative skills to conduct research as a doctoral student. It's hard for me as a newbie to figure out which school has a research-focused program, rather than just taking classes. And how to evaluate how well-known a professor is in his or her field? I am exploring MS in Information Sciences (human-computer interaction, web search behavior, computer-mediated communications, social networks) but I am wondering how well it will translate into a Ph.D in Marketing. What do you guys think about Michigan, UNC Chapel Hill, and Indiana University for this option? Sorry for the long post. And thank you in advance for your response.
  16. First off, apologies for creating a new thread. I know I should probably post it in the Sweat Thread but I'm afraid that my message might just get lost in the stream of posts. It is really important for me, hence posting as a separate thread. Cornell is my dream university and what's quite strange is that I haven't heard back from them yet (Ph.D. economics). I think it's unusual as they have already sent batches of acceptances and rejections a long time ago. At this stage, I'm assuming I'm wait-listed and I'm trying to weigh my chances. I'd like to ask you whether any of you is in the same situation as myself. Also, is there anybody out there who is planning to reject their offer from Cornell in the near future? Thank you very much guys and once again, apologies for posting here.
  17. Hello everyone! :) I'm so thankful I found this forum. I'm currently studying for the GRE and planning to to Marketing Ph.D programs in the fall. I'm really excited to learn more about everything through this forum because I'm pretty new to the process of preparing for Ph.D programs! Please feel free to reach out if you are in the same place as me or if you are willing to help a new person out ^^ Sue
  18. Welcome to the 2018 Ph.D. in business concentrations' sweat thread! This is a thread for applicants (hopefully!) starting their PhD program in 2018! Use this is vent, discuss any frustrations, or random musings that you would like others to weigh in on! Best of luck to this years applicants! For those of you just starting to browse this website, check out this thread for information that has been helpful in the past.
  19. What program should I choose between Rochester's Economics Ph.D. and Georgia State's Finance Ph.D.? I don't have much background in Economics but applied for Economics programs hoping to do research in Finance anyway. Rochester isn't in top 10, and I'm not so sure of doing well in the program given my lack of knowledge in Economics, so any advice will be greatly appreciated.
  20. Hi all, While I'm doing a master, I've taken several Ph.D. courses - micro, macro, and econometrics. The director of the program that I'm gonna do the Ph.D. from this fall suggested that they may allow me to transfer some credits (up to 9) in Ph.D. courses but I was not sure what would be the pros and cons. I expect that I may save some time of doing the coursework but the fact is that I have to take their qualifying exam, which means that it would be absolutely better to take their micro, macro, and econometrics to prepare. What do you guys think of transferring credits? any idea/advice would be greatly appreciated!
  21. What program should I choose between Rochester's Economics Ph.D. and Georgia State's Finance Ph.D.? I don't have much background in Economics but applied for Economics programs hoping to do research in Finance anyway. Rochester isn't in top 10, and I'm not so sure of doing well in the program given my lack of knowledge in Economics, so any advice will be greatly appreciated.
  22. Hello to all, Getting straight down to the point, I am keen for some advices about going into Ph. D program in Finance. To start with brief introduction of myself: - I graduated from UC Berkeley with BA in Economics - Decent GPA: Graduated with High Distinction - Lack research/thesis-related activities during undergrad - Took only few quantitatively-intense course: Linear Algebra, Intro Stat, Financial Engineering, and Econometrics - Intenational Student - Currently working at European Investment Banking firm (been approximately 1 year) in Seoul, Korea I am aiming to apply to top Ph. D programs (MIT, UPenn, Chicago, Columbia, etc.) this coming Winter. However, as I briefly mentioned about my current status in the above list, I am having some concerns, especially on the facts that 1) I lack research-related activities, and 2) I do not have a masters degree. Accounting that competition for entry into Ph D in Finance program is intense, I would like to ssek for some advices on the possibility of receiving the offer with my current situation. (Although I know that there are numerous variables that can affect the admission, I tried to make it simple) - Would it make a decent shot for me to directly apply for Ph. D in Finance or would it be closer to an absurd try? - Woulld it make more sense for me to apply for Ms. Fin and then try for Ph. D in Finance? Any detailed advises or suggestions will be very helpful and appreciated. Thank you in advance!
  23. I referred to this chatter : http://www.www.urch.com/forums/phd-economics/116354-behavioral-psychological-economics-rankings-2.html, and that made me join this forum. i also notice that whatever was said there was said 2 years ago (and therefore out of date?) so im going to ask again - which is the best university (in the US, Canada, EU, UK) to do a masters in behavioral economics from? after much much thought, i have come to the conclusion that i am most interested in behavioral economics when it comes to anything at all in economics.
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