hes survey results

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1. what is your citizenship?
4australia
4asia
65europe
84north america
8south america
3other
2.what is your country of residence?
4australia
6asia
60europe
89north america
7south america
2other
3.what is your age range?
1020-30
2830-40
3040-50
4650-60
5460+
4.define yourself.
156teacher/researcher
4student
8other
5.what is the highest degree you hold?
1b.a.
14m.a.
150ph.d.
0none
3other
6.where did you get your last degree?
86north america
70europe
4asia
3australia/nz
5south america
7.how long have you been a member of hes?
25i am not a member
12less than 2 years
312 - 5 years
295 - 10 years
3610 - 20 years
35more than 20 years
8.is the history of economic thought taught at your institution?
54at the graduate level
119at the undergraduate level
32not at all
5i don't know
9.do you teach a course in the history of economic thought?
84yes
84no
10.what other courses do you teach? 
11.what do you think of the visual quality of the website?
26excellent
101good
20fair
2poor
19no opinion
12.how useful do you find it? 
26excellent
90good
26fair
2poor
24no opinion
13.if you think something is missing from the website, what is it?
14.which period is the primary focus of your research?
1antiquity
1renaissance
1817th and 18th centuries
741800 - 1870
641870-1950
491950-
25can't be classified or not applicable
15.would you describe your work as primarily:
102studies of the economic writing of individuals in historical and political context (archive based)
97 studies of schools or institutions or groups of economists
34history of macroeconomics
31history of microeconomics, including recent variants
14history of applied economics
33histories of particular fields of economics (i.e. labour or finance)
63studies of interdisciplinary exchanges between economics and other disciplines
54philosophy of economics
46methodology
16.do you read articles that may be described as:
132studies of the economic writing of individuals in historical and political context (archive based)
133studies of schools or institutions or groups of economists
49history of macroeconomics
46history of microeconomics, including recent variants
24history of applied economics
48histories of particular fields of economics (i.e. labour or finance)
86studies of interdisciplinary exchanges between economics and other disciplines
78philosophy of economics
59methodology
17.do you use jhet for teaching purposes? 
123yes
45no
18.jhet should devote more space to survey articles that address questions such as: "what do we know about(for example, adam smith) that we did not know twenty-five years ago?" 
90agree
28disagree
50indifferent
19.jhet should have more review articles that consider multiple books and place them in context. 
111agree
15disagree
42indifferent
20.jhet should have articles on the history of other social sciences
51agree
77disagree
40indifferent
21.jhet should have more articles addressing the history of economics from parts of the world other than europe and the us. 
70agree
27disagree
71indifferent
22.jhet should have more articles addressing relatively less well-known economists.
55agree
37disagree
76indifferent
23.jhet should have more articles addressing the history of recent economics 
106agree
21disagree
41indifferent
24.jhet should have a policy of encouraging certain areas rather than letting its coverage be guided entirely by submissions.
43agree
77disagree
48indifferent
25. besides hes, have you attended other society conferences in the past two years?
12aispe
5association charles gide
48eshet
5hetsa
5jshet
22storep
101none of the above
26. besides hes, have you attended other events in the past two years such as workshops and colloquia?
26hisreco
20summer institute
15uk september meeting
103none of the above
27.how do you rate the quality of the papers and sessions at the hes annual meeting?
18excellent
68good
34fair
9poor
39no opinion
28.in emphasizing inclusivity, hes currently accepts almost all paper proposals submitted for the hes annual conference. do you favour continuing this inclusive approach, or would you prefer that more proposals be rejected in order to raise the average quality?
101continue the current inclusive approach
40reject more proposals with the goal of raising average quality
27indifferent
29.do you think the ability to socialize at the hes annual meetings is
59crucial
91important
15of little importance
2not important
30.do you think there should be more young scholars sessions?
55yes
47no
66indifferent
31.should the meeting be held outside of north america occasionally?
85yes
43no
40indifferent