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We will use this section to present data on patterns of participation for members of various groups at various stages.
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In this section, data has been collected to present patterns of participation for members of various groups at various stages in the field of Economics.
 
 
We can also link to a feature that allows departments to [[compare]] their participation rates to national averages and/or averages for subgroups such as elite liberal arts institutions.
 
  
 
This link below has a basic database of Economics degrees earned by Gender from 1966-2009. A simple scatterplot is done to see a time trend.  
 
This link below has a basic database of Economics degrees earned by Gender from 1966-2009. A simple scatterplot is done to see a time trend.  
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[[Economics vs Political Science & Public Administration (by gender)]]
 
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We can also link to a feature that allows departments to [[compare]] their participation rates to national averages and/or averages for subgroups such as elite liberal arts institutions.

Revision as of 23:40, 5 July 2011

In this section, data has been collected to present patterns of participation for members of various groups at various stages in the field of Economics.

This link below has a basic database of Economics degrees earned by Gender from 1966-2009. A simple scatterplot is done to see a time trend.

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File:CHAS Wiki 97-2003.xls


Economics vs Political Science & Public Administration (by race)

Economics vs Political Science & Public Administration (by gender)


We can also link to a feature that allows departments to compare their participation rates to national averages and/or averages for subgroups such as elite liberal arts institutions.