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The Master's programme in Econometrics & OR at the VU contains a general section which gives you a broad orientation in the field. There is also a specific section which provides you with the opportunity to examine a number of areas within Econometrics or Logistics & OR in greater depth. The Econometrics Department at the VU has always been a small department which offers its students a substantial measure of freedom in terms of research and scientific work. The components of the Master's programme correspond closely with the department's research interests, which means that many of the latest ...
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John Commons’ influence in American labor economics was eclipsed after World War II by a resurgent neoclassical labor economics that gradually relegated Commons’ institutional orientation to the periphery of economic discourse. A common opinion is that the work of institutional economists in the Commons tradition was largely descriptive and lacked theoretical content. Commons, however, regarded his Institutional Economics as a work of economic theory. This paper contains a description of the theoretical core of Institutional Economics and an evaluation of it from the perspective of its potential usefulness in the ... market research, surveys and trends

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The PhD in Health Policy, awarded by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, draws upon the resources of six Harvard faculties: the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard Medical School, Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Law School, and Harvard Business School. This degree is intended primarily for students seeking teaching careers in institutes of higher learning and/or research careers in policy. Students in the PhD Program in Health Policy choose a concentration and meet specific curriculum requirements in one of seven disciplines: decision sciences, economics, ethics, evaluative science and ...
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It's my goal to eventually have enough streams of income coming through so that the money from my full-time job is irrelevant. I work from home, which doesn't necessarily mean I have a ton of free time, but does mean that I do have more breathing room than I would if had an office job. Therefore, these streams of income would most likely require time to initially setup -- which is fine -- but would not require mass amounts of time to maintain. "Get a second job," is not what I'm looking for here. So, hivemind, what are you doing to bring in money outside of your main day job? As a rule of thumb, it's ...