A five years plan for an economist?

What is a five year plan of an economist should be and what specific steps should she take to achieve them?

Answer:
What kind of economist are you referring to? Keyesnian, Classical, Laissez-faire? It depends on the style and the overall direction that you are headed. I think if you are more specific with your overall direction and goals I can help.
It depends on what area you want to introduce economy and then you have to plan for five years to achieve.
1st year-may be the selection of areas or subjects or finding out specifications.
2nd year. finding the means to implement and trying.
3rd year-finding out the critical points of problems and rectification (shaping).
4th and 5th full implementation and achievement.

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