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UWA Discussion Papers in Economics: The First 750

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  • Joshua Bon

    (University of Western Australia)

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The UWA Economics Discussion Paper Series has, for the past 33 years, provided a platform for economic research, collaboration amongst academic economists, and the debate of policy issues. More than 750 papers have been published since the inception of the Series in 1980. The Discipline’s first 750 papers, the focus of this paper, contain a rich archive of economic thought generated by the economists and affiliates of UWA over these years. Further, the series represents a valuable store of data on the authors, their topics and subsequent publications owing to the Series. This paper explores the Economics Discussion Paper Series from a number of perspectives. The aim being firstly, to better record the legacy of the Series and secondly, provide some tools for future studies on collections of academic papers.

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  • Joshua Bon, 2014. "UWA Discussion Papers in Economics: The First 750," Economics Discussion / Working Papers 14-11, The University of Western Australia, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:uwa:wpaper:14-11
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    1. A. Nicholson, 1992. "UWA Discussion Papers in Economics: The first 250," Economics Discussion / Working Papers 92-21, The University of Western Australia, Department of Economics.
    2. V. Karagiannis & L. Neo, 1996. "UWA Discussion Papers in Economics: The first 350," Economics Discussion / Working Papers 96-22, The University of Western Australia, Department of Economics.
    3. S.A. Larcombe, 1990. "UWA Discussion Papers in Economics: The first 200," Economics Discussion / Working Papers 90-14, The University of Western Australia, Department of Economics.
    4. S.A. Larcombe, 1989. "UWA Discussion Papers in Economics: The first 150," Economics Discussion / Working Papers 89-12, The University of Western Australia, Department of Economics.
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