My focus for economics clients is on creating high-quality documents ready for submission or publication. Trust that your project is being worked on by a trained and experienced professional.
With a bachelor’s degree in economics, I’m highly familiar with the field’s concepts and vocabulary. I’ve worked with CEOs, PhD candidates, and postdocs, as well as public and private organizations, such as the Journal of Financial Economics and Economic Policy Institute.
Why should you hire an editor?
Documents that are wordy, unconvincing, unclearly structured, or incohesive look unprofessional and can damage your credibility. Errors can distract and turn off the reader. You can also save time and money by outsourcing to an editor.
If you’re submitting a paper or manuscript for publication, careful editing can help prevent rejection. A large majority of papers submitted to journals are rejected before they even reach the peer-review stage, one of the top reasons being poor writing (e.g., jargon, issues with syntax and grammar, not clear and concise).
Sure, you can try to self-edit, but most likely you’re too familiar with the project to notice mistakes. Spell checkers don’t catch missing words, misused words, punctuation and grammar errors, or some misspellings. For example, they cannot distinguish between "uniformed investors" and "uninformed investors" and will permit errors such as "homogenous" for "homogeneous.” These programs also don’t check that your writing is clear and coherent.
I offer a fresh pair of eyes to review your project and suggestions for improvement.
I first determine the level of editing needed. I then edit the document thoroughly, corresponding with you throughout the process, and fix any errors so that the writing informs, engages, and inspires the target audience.
Formatting—$2.25 per source
Improves reference list’s overall layout by ensuring style guide requirements are met, missing details are added to in-text citations (based on reference list), and in-text citations are checked against reference list.
Proofreading—Starting at $0.023 (2.3 cents) per word
Word-level edit that checks for typos as well as spelling, grammar, typos, and usage errors (done as a final step to catch any lingering typos and format glitches)
Copyediting—Starting at $0.026 (2.6 cents) per word
Sentence-level edit that checks for grammar and punctuation, spelling, clarity, syntax, language usage, awkward sentence construction, paragraphing, and wordiness