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Re: st: Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2007 05:09:10 -0500
At 05:14 AM 3/17/2007, wct wrote:
That is kind of a big question wct. If this is part of a classroom
assignment your teacher should be giving you some guidance. If your
institution is a member of ICPSR, you can get lots of freebie data there; see
i'm going to try do some type of research paper of an economics issue.
i'm going to find an issue and made a hypothesis, then look for data
to support my hypothesis, in a regresssion. can anyone tell me where
i can begain to look for economic research papers which can be used
as data to support my hypothesis. i'm new to this, this would be my
first time, trying to do any type of research.
The web pages for each data set also often include a "related
literature" section so you can see what has already been done with the data.
Another good source for freebie data is the General Social Survey. See
Some kindly authors also make their data available on the web or
provide it upon request.
Richard Williams, Notre Dame Dept of Sociology
OFFICE: (574)631-6668, (574)631-6463
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