Results from the NZAE 2008 web survey
AbstractThe New Zealand Association of Economists conducted a web-based survey in 2008. Respondents were recruited via email using the NZAE database of New Zealand economists. The responses (N�=�180) provided information about these economists and their preferences regarding Association activities. Respondents were drawn fairly evenly from the government, university, and private sectors; 69% were NZAE members while 31% were not. They expressed a diversity of opinions regarding actual and potential Association activities. The annual conference received high marks, as did the journal. Respondents were also interested in web access to a calendar of events and academic publications.
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Volume (Year): 43 (2009)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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