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For us Wikipedians, the most valuable commodities are time and labor. In order to use these scarce resources most productively, WP:ECON utilizes article assessment. By assessing quality, we see which articles need the most work. By assessing importance, we know which topics are most vital to economics. This information is critical for WP:ECON's continued rational decision-making.


經濟學專題模板[编辑]

將尚未包含於專題的經濟學文章加上{{WikiProject Economics}}即可把文章加入專題,即便沒有評級也會被列入未評級分類。

評級步驟及語法[编辑]

  1. Go to Unassessed Economics articles and Unknown-importance Economics articles. These categories contain the articles that need to be assessed.
  2. Click on an article link - this should take you to the talk page.
  3. Click on the "Article" tab - look at the article and make an assessment. (See also: Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Team/Assessment if you need help)
  4. Click on the "Discussion" tab - this should return you to the talk page.
  5. Click the "Edit this Page" tab. You will see {{WikiProject Economics|class=|importance=}} at the top of the page.
  6. Fill in the tag's attributes.
    1. Fill in |class= using one of these values: Stub, Start, List, C, B, GA, A, FA; examples and criteria for these classes are listed below.
    2. Fill in |importance= using one of these values: Top, High, Mid, Low, NA; examples of these ratings for WikiProject Economics are below.
  7. You're done! (unless you want to go back and do another assessment) -- we hope you will!


等級[编辑]

重要度[编辑]

Below is a list of the importance criteria developed by the WikiProject Economics community. It is very much a work in progress, and as such is open to debate, interpretation, and modification. Please be bold when assessing! If you come across an article that you think is assessed incorrectly, change it to what you think it should be. If the criteria indicate one level but you think it's another, reassess it and discuss on the assessment talk page to let the community weigh in. As we decide more edge cases, the criteria will become focused and reflect consensus (they are meant to be positive, not normative).

Note that priority is a relative term. If priority or importance values are applied within WikiProject Economics, these only reflect the perceived priority to this project. An article judged to be "Top-Class" for WP:ECON may be only "Mid-Class" in another project.