Koleman Strumpf's Work links
- Free Win versions:
- MiKTeX: the current
choice. Works well with the WinEdt
is a nice spell checker.
Emtex: Allin Cottrell's version is a bit dated but works quite well.
Use with the PFE
- LaTeX help:
- Conversion (utilities in MiKTeX
History of economic thought:
New School site.
Since I can never remember what Joan Robinson did.
- Directories of on-line social science data:
- Other data:
- General Social Survey (GSS): A micro data set started in 1972 with
lots of info on individual characteristics and attitudes on policies,
ideology, religion, etc. Use the
and then enter the variables of interest into the
web-based GSS data extractor
(the latter also contains data for the American National Election
Study). You can get cross-tabs and various stats on the fly.
- Religion data:
American Religion Data Archive
has a lot of what is out there on-line. I have used the 1952-1990
county-level data most extensively.
- Standard economics research sites (most require a UNC IP):