Economics Program Statement on Scholarship (August 2012)
What forms of scholarship define the work of those in your department at their best?
The Department of Economics, Accounting and Management believes that the scholarship of teaching reflects the value that is placed on teaching excellence and commitment to undergraduate education. However, faculty can be engaged in other forms of scholarship such as the scholarship of application, integration, and discovery. In fact, the faculties that teach in the field of economics are more often involved in these other forms of scholarship. The diversity of department scholarship should be reflected in a faculty member’s scholarship plan.
The March 3, 2001 department document identified the following areas of peer-reviewed work:
Examples of each types of peer review include:
Listed below are the criteria developed in the May 1, 2002, department response. The depth and range of achievement in scholarship are presented for the economics discipline.
Section 404.1.2: Professional Activity
Third-Year Review Criteria
Professional Development Criteria at Tenure
Professional Development Criteria for Promotion to Full Professor