swd critarticle - In the 2010 Journal of Economic Finance...

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In the 2010 Journal of Economic Finance article, “Academic content, research productivity, and tenure,” Brusa, Carter and Heilman posit that doctoral finance programs “[…] that require Continuous Time Finance and/or Stochastic Calculus not only better prepare students by (Brusa, Carter and Heilman, 2010) providing them with the supplemental knowledge and technical skills finance necessitates but alternately contributes to a significantly higher publication rate by the time these students reach tenure (p. 48). In order to study this, Brusa, Carter and Heilman (2010) compared 56 doctoral programs and classified them based upon their require Continuous Time Finance and/or Stochastic Calculus requirement or lack thereof (p. 48). Based upon these classifications, the students in each of the categories and their publication records were statistically correlated, contrasted and compared. However, research productivity was also evaluated at various points during the tenure process. These points included mid-tenure
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swd critarticle - In the 2010 Journal of Economic Finance...

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