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International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education

2009 - 2017

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Volume 8, issue 1, 2017

Defining economic pluralism: ethical norm or scientific imperative pp. 18-41 Downloads
Arne Heise
Reforming the undergraduate macroeconomics curriculum: the case for a thorough treatment of accounting relationships pp. 42-67 Downloads
Johannes Schmidt
Mad Max: travelling the fury road to learn economics pp. 68-79 Downloads
G. Dirk Mateer and Michelle Albert Vachris
The sustainable development labyrinth pp. 80-101 Downloads
Carlos Mallorquin

Volume 7, issue 4, 2016

Basic economic education for the least qualified - identification, analysis and assessment of needs pp. 340-359 Downloads
Tim Engartner and Balasundaram Krisanthan
Engaged in teaching, and scholarship too: economics faculty productivity at national liberal arts colleges pp. 360-372 Downloads
Chen Qian, Steven B Caudill and Franklin G. Mixon Jr.
Integrating information literacy into the economics classroom: a faculty-librarian collaboration pp. 373-393 Downloads
Gil Kim and Hiromi Kubo
Does pluralism matter? Examining students' experiences of undergraduate economics curriculum in relation to the mission of the university pp. 394-412 Downloads
Inbal Marcovitch
The political economy of employment: a framework for a more pluralistic, real world labour economics course pp. 413-425 Downloads
Janice Peterson
Using the Fed Challenge to provide experiential learning of monetary policy pp. 426-437 Downloads
Michelle A. Crook

Volume 7, issue 3, 2016

Benchmarking objectives of Shari'ah (Islamic law): index and its performance in select OIC countries pp. 218-253 Downloads
Alaa Alaabed, Hossein Askari, Zamir Iqbal and Adam Ng
Ethical values in conventional and Islamic finance with reference to recent financial crises pp. 254-267 Downloads
Monzer Kahf
Wages in an Islamic economy: a literature survey pp. 268-282 Downloads
Toseef Azid
Intention to use the Islamic micro-investment model in Nigeria: empirical evidence pp. 283-299 Downloads
Aliyu Dahiru Muhammad, Mohamed Aslam Mohamed Haneef and Mustafa Omar Mohammed
Missing bridges: a pluralist analysis of the debate on Capital in the Twenty-First Century pp. 300-322 Downloads
Hannes Fauser, Felix Kersting, Finn Müller-Hansen and Alexander Sacharow
Taking economics out of the classroom: a field assignment pp. 323-333 Downloads
Tekin Kose

Volume 7, issue 2, 2016

Bourgeois dignity arrives in early Georgian drama pp. 104-115 Downloads
Deirdre Nansen McCloskey
Two opposing literary critiques of socialism: George Orwell versus Eugen Richter and Henry Hazlitt pp. 116-134 Downloads
Michael Makovi
Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged, fiction or fact? pp. 135-151 Downloads
Michelle Albert Vachris and Elizabeth Samios
The economics of The Hunger Games pp. 152-169 Downloads
Jeffrey Cleveland, Kim Holder and Brian O'Roark
Jane Austen and the economic way of thinking pp. 170-182 Downloads
Darwyyn Deyo
Domestic virtues and national importance: sailors, commerce, and virtue in Mansfield Park, Persuasion, and The Wealth of Nations pp. 183-197 Downloads
Heather King
'A parcel of heart': the business of love in Peregrine Pickle pp. 198-212 Downloads
Caroline Breashears

Volume 7, issue 1, 2016

A pluralistic and gamified senior seminar in economics: capstone to a heterodox undergraduate liberal arts economics curriculum pp. 7-21 Downloads
Benjamin Balak
Post-Keynesian economics: a pluralistic alternative to conventional economics pp. 22-38 Downloads
Charles J. Whalen
Asset-based reserve requirements pp. 39-44 Downloads
Amelia Correa and Romar Correa
Marx-Keynes on involuntary unemployment and alternative labour market indicators pp. 45-58 Downloads
Hee-Young Shin
The Studies in Social Economics of Léon Walras and his far-reaching critique of laissez faire pp. 59-76 Downloads
Arturo Hermann
Transnational entrepreneurship: factors impacting developed to developing entrepreneur speed to market pp. 77-90 Downloads
Patrick R. Woock, Yun Fei and Lu Wei

Volume 6, issue 4, 2015

Foundational challenges in the construction of an Islamic economics discipline pp. 324-339 Downloads
Hafas Furqani
Incentives and decision making ethical mechanisms: an Islamic exposition pp. 340-354 Downloads
Noha Farrag, Hebatallah Ghoneim and Salma Mahmoud
Islamic economics and inclusive development pp. 355-370 Downloads
Zamir Iqbal and Bushra Shafiq
The original socio-cultural and economic context for practicing shirkat-ul-aqd pp. 371-385 Downloads
Omar Javaid
Islamic gift economy vis-à-vis waqf (endowment) as vehicles for social entrepreneurship pp. 386-408 Downloads
Thamina Anwar

Volume 6, issue 3, 2015

Planting the seed of change: a student-led introduction course to economics pp. 219-236 Downloads
Timothée Parrique
Organisational citizenship behaviour and employee engagement at a leading Indian public sector oil company pp. 237-250 Downloads
Manosi Chaudhuri and Sonakshi Govil
Where did the money go? Endogenous money creation for international fraudulent purposes: the case of the 2015 Moldovan banking scandal pp. 251-271 Downloads
Marc Pilkington

Volume 6, issue 2, 2015

A pluralist approach to teaching labour economics pp. 118-133 Downloads
Daphne T. Greenwood
Should heterodox economics be taught in or outside of economics departments? pp. 134-150 Downloads
Marc Lavoie
Beyond chalk and talk: a feminist-Austrian dialogue pp. 151-164 Downloads
Robert F. Garnett Jr.
Finland and Sweden: a Nordic response to the Chicago School pp. 165-180 Downloads
Leslie Duhs
Deification of science and its disastrous consequences pp. 181-197 Downloads
Asad Zaman
Facilitating student learning through engaging prior learning: an exercise in development of agency pp. 198-205 Downloads
Zohreh Emami

Volume 6, issue 1, 2015

Sowing the seeds for global 'changemaking': teaching international development for a social entrepreneurship major pp. 12-31 Downloads
Tonia Warnecke
Corporate, market and economic systems: from monism to integrated-pluralism with extension engineering pp. 32-50 Downloads
Beryl Y. Chang
Methodological subjectivism and the interpretive approach in political economy pp. 51-67 Downloads
Fu-Lai Tony Yu
Pluralism: lifeblood of post-Keynesian institutionalism pp. 68-81 Downloads
Charles J. Whalen
Can 'commonification' be used as an alternative to 'commodification'? A report on a debate on what can be achieved by 'going along with the Ostroms' pp. 82-99 Downloads
Judith Dellheim and Frieder Otto Wolf
The teaching commons: using a short story to discuss capitalism, property rights, public goods, power, justice and class pp. 100-104 Downloads
Jack Reardon

Volume 5, issue 4, 2014

Economic theorising, discursive analysis and pluralism in the classroom: evidence from postgraduate teaching in a French university pp. 308-326 Downloads
Marc Pilkington
Market, socialism and democracy in an interdisciplinary perspective pp. 327-353 Downloads
Arturo Hermann
Ecumenical foundations? On the coexistence of Austrian and neoclassical views on utility pp. 354-373 Downloads
Marcin Senderski
Transaction costs and economic growth: evidence from spirits culture in China pp. 374-384 Downloads
Yinyin Cai
The case for pluralism: what French undergraduate economics teaching is all about and how it can be improved pp. 385-400 Downloads
The Members of the PEPS-Economie Students' Association
The teaching commons: is student loan debt good or bad debt? pp. 401-406 Downloads
Deborah M. Figart

Volume 5, issue 3, 2014

The spontaneous order of words: economics experiments in haiku and renga pp. 219-229 Downloads
Stephen Ziliak
Towards a dialogical undergraduate introductory economics course pp. 230-241 Downloads
Indradeep Ghosh and Benjamin Wolcott
Death of the pedagogue: pluralism and non-didacticism pp. 242-255 Downloads
Duncan Watson, Steve Cook and Fabio R. Arico'
Active learning practices for the Buddhist economics course: some positive results pp. 256-266 Downloads
Wanna Prayukvong
Poverty and gainfulness of employment: normative approach pp. 267-278 Downloads
Suman Sarkar
A simple macroeconomic model of a currency union with endogenous money and saving-investment imbalances pp. 279-297 Downloads
Dirk Ehnts

Volume 5, issue 2, 2014

A conversation with Emeritus Professor Frank Stilwell, Department of Political Economy, University of Sydney pp. 113-119 Downloads
Tim Thornton
Disciplinary differentiation and institutional independence: a viable template for a pluralist economics pp. 120-132 Downloads
George Argyrous and Tim Thornton
A discrimination matching model for academic recruitment pp. 133-143 Downloads
Luigi Bonaventura
A case of 'No man's land' in economics: price indexes and their applications pp. 144-156 Downloads
Carlos Guerrero-de-Lizardi
Not enough markets to sustain an invisible hand metaphor pp. 157-179 Downloads
Hendrik Van den Berg and Matthew Van den Berg
An assessment of teaching economics with The Simpsons pp. 180-196 Downloads
Shiou-Yen Chu
Integrating liberal arts into the finance curriculum: a suggested approach pp. 197-209 Downloads
David Zalewski

Volume 5, issue 1, 2014

Hobbes, Seabright, and our ancestors: institutionalist theory and the writing of evolutionary history pp. 6-23 Downloads
John Henry
Accounting for uncertainty in a simple Keynesian model pp. 24-39 Downloads
Angel Asensio and H. Sonmez Atesoglu
Economics literacy in children: the effects of the socio-economic context pp. 40-57 Downloads
Celeste Varum and Abigail Ferreira
Bringing psychology and pluralism into the teaching of welfare economics pp. 58-77 Downloads
Peter Earl
A local economy centre as experiential learning pp. 78-90 Downloads
Thomas D. Scheiding and Evan Gentry
Beyond critical thinking: student learning through critical action in an undergraduate environmental economics course pp. 91-106 Downloads
Calvin Blackwell and Gordon E. Dehler
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