Free Frijters

My former colleague Paul Frijters, one of the most productive applied microeconomists in the country, has just posted all the papers he’s ever written on his new QUT website (as I’ve argued in the past, this is what every Australian academic should do).

If you’re interested in happiness, health or job finding – among other topics that pique Paul’s interest - his site is well worth a surf.

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3 Responses to Free Frijters

  1. What are the rules regarding already published papers? Most journals require you to transfer the copyright to these works to the journal’s publisher. I imagine that providing links to online versions of these articles that are put there by the publisher is allowed. However, sometimes these are password protected, so that some people will not be able to view the article. Are you allowed to provide links to pre-publication versions of the articles?

  2. Andrew Leigh says:

    Damien, my oped (click on “argued in the past” above) has a bunch of hyperlinks to relevant resources.

  3. Rob says:

    I know a thing or two about microeconomics, judging by the minute balance I’ve juggled for 22 years 🙂

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