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Skrivhandledning. För doktorander i ekonomisk historia vid Göteborgs universitet

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  • Elmerot, Irene

    (Department of Economy and Society, School of Business, Economics and Law)

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This is a guide to writing a doctoral thesis at the Department for Economy and Society, specifically directed at the unit for Economic History, at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. It is written in Swedish but also applies to Ph.D. students writing in English or other languages at the university. Denna handledning ska fungera som en mall och kontrollista för doktorander i ekonomisk historia som skriver på svenska eller engelska. Den ska kunna vara ett stöd under hela doktorandtiden och doktoranden ska kunna gå tillbaks till den när hen kör fast i skrivandet. Den erbjuder tips i texthantering, skrivarbete, korrekturläsning och som avslutning några tips på vidare läsning.

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  • Elmerot, Irene, 2015. "Skrivhandledning. För doktorander i ekonomisk historia vid Göteborgs universitet," Göteborg Papers in Economic History 17, University of Gothenburg, Department of Economic History.
  • Handle: RePEc:hhs:gunhis:0017
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    1. Öberg, Stefan, 2017. "An introduction to using twin births as instrumental variables for sibship size," Göteborg Papers in Economic History 22, University of Gothenburg, Department of Economic History.

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    Keywords

    Swedish language; thesis writing; PhD education; skrivhandledning; doktorandutbildning; svenska; engelska; textredigering; avhandlingskorrektur; korrekturläsning;
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