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The Journal of Economic Education

1996 - 2014

Current editor(s): William Walstad

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Volume 31, issue 4, 2000

The Role of Personality Temperament and Student Learning in Principles of Economics: Further Evidence pp. 307-322 Downloads
Andrea L. Ziegert
Take My Course, Please: The Effects of the Principles Experience on Student Curriculum Choice pp. 323-339 Downloads
Gary M. Fournier and Tim Roger Sass
A Simple Exposition of the Social Security Trust Fund pp. 340-348 Downloads
William L. Holahan and Mark C. Schug
A Course in Economic Forecasting: Rationale and Content pp. 349-357 Downloads
David G. Loomis and James E. Cox
Demonstrating the Possibility of Pareto Inferior Nash Equilibria pp. 358-362 Downloads
Nicolaas J. Vriend
Fisher Ideal Indexes in the National Income and Product Accounts pp. 363-373 Downloads
R. D. Rossiter
Policy Effectiveness and the Slopes of IS and LM Curves: A Graphical Analysis pp. 374-381 Downloads
Charles F. Revier
Risk Aversion and the Value of Information pp. 382-388 Downloads
Louis Eeckhoudt and Philippe Godfroid
Effect of Graduate-Program Rank on Success in the Job Market pp. 389-401 Downloads
Wendy A. Stock and Richard M. Alston
Opportunities for Economic Research by Secondary School Students pp. 402-405 Downloads
Zahir Zaveri, Daniel Pedisicha and William H Greene
Games Economists Play: Noncomputerized Classroom Games pp. 406-406 Downloads
Greg Delemeester and Jurgen Brauer

Volume 31, issue 3, 2000

Attributes of Effective Economics Instructors: An Analysis of Student Evaluations pp. 211-227 Downloads
L. F. Jameson Boex
Classroom Games: A Prisoner's Dilemma pp. 229-236 Downloads
Charles A. Holt and C. Monica Capra
A Free Entry and Exit Experiment pp. 237-243 Downloads
Rodney John Garratt
Using Groupware Software to Support Collaborative Learning in Economics pp. 244-252 Downloads
Linda M. Manning and Catherine A. Riordan
From Rhythm and Blues to Broadway: Using Music to Teach Economics pp. 253-270 Downloads
Frank D. Tinari and Kailash Khandke
Credit Cards, Economization of Money, and Interest Rates pp. 271-279 Downloads
Frank G. Steindl
The Case of the Missing Organizations: Co-operatives and the Textbooks pp. 281-295 Downloads
Roderick Hill
Undergraduate Economics Degree Trends Through the 1990s pp. 296-300 Downloads
John J. Siegfried
Economic Time-Series Page pp. 301-301 Downloads
Theodore Bos and Sarah E. Culver
EcEdWeb: Economic Education Web pp. 302-302 Downloads
Kim Sosin
EcEdWeb: Economic Education Web pp. 304-304 Downloads
Kim Sosin

Volume 31, issue 2, 2000

A Discrete-Time Hazard Analysis of the Role of Gender in Persistence in the Economics Major pp. 107-118 Downloads
John F. Chizmar
Ten Cheaper Spades: Production Theory and Cost Curves in the Short Run pp. 119-130 Downloads
Richard A. Miller
Pecuniary Effects, Second-Order Conditions, and the LRAC Curve pp. 131-143 Downloads
Paul M. Comolli
Learning by Trial and Error: A Case for Moot Courts pp. 145-155 Downloads
J. Lon Carlson and Neil T. Skaggs
An Onassis Retrospective: What Products Are Auctioned, and Why? pp. 157-168 Downloads
Robert Goldfarb
Using a Geographic Information System to Teach Economics pp. 169-178 Downloads
Kenneth D. Peterson
Homo Economicus and the Salem Witch Trials pp. 179-184 Downloads
Franklin G. Mixon
Integrating the Traditional Job-Market Research Seminar with Instruction in the Undergraduate Classroom pp. 185-189 Downloads
Beck A. Taylor and W. James Truitt
Interview Scheduling Strategies of New Ph.D. Economists pp. 191-201 Downloads
John List
How Many College Students Are Exposed to Economics? pp. 202-204 Downloads
John J. Siegfried
Book Review pp. 205-206 Downloads
Peter E. Kennedy
Web Instruction with the LBO Model pp. 207-207 Downloads
Rajshree Agarwal and A. Edward Day

Volume 31, issue 1, 2000

Online Teaching Resources: A New Journal Section pp. 3-7 Downloads
Kim Sosin and William Edward Becker
Resources for Economists on the Internet pp. 8-8 Downloads
William L. Goffe and Elise Braden
Essential Principles of Economics: A Hypermedia Textbook pp. 9-9 Downloads
Roger A. McCain
EconEdLink pp. 10-10 Downloads
Michelle Mason Winston
The Internet and the Inverted Classroom pp. 11-11 Downloads
Maureen J. Lage and Glenn Platt
Interactive Economics Instruction with Java and CGI pp. 12-12 Downloads
Geoffrey Richard Gerdes
An Evaluation of Collaborative Problem Solving for Learning Economics pp. 13-29 Downloads
Carol G. Johnston, Richard H. James, Jeanette Ngaire Lye and Ian Martin McDonald
Inverting the Classroom: A Gateway to Creating an Inclusive Learning Environment pp. 30-43 Downloads
Maureen J. Lage, Glenn J. Platt and Michael Treglia
An Experimental Education Market with Positive Externalities pp. 44-51 Downloads
Denise Hazlett
Teaching Marginal Cost, Supply, and Efficiency with an English-Auction Experiment pp. 52-59 Downloads
John C. Bernard and William Schulze
Enhancing the Macroeconomics Course: An Experiential Learning Approach pp. 60-65 Downloads
Michael H. Truscott, Hemant Rustogi and Corinne B. Young
Price Discrimination, Economies of Scale, and Profits pp. 66-75 Downloads
Donghyun Park
An Illustration of the Bias of OLS for Yt = λYt-1 + Ut pp. 76-80 Downloads
Asatoshi Maeshiro
Forecasting Job Placements of Economics Graduate Students pp. 81-94 Downloads
Alan B. Krueger and Stephen Wu
The Status of Economics in the High School Curriculum pp. 95-101 Downloads
William B. Walstad and Ken Rebeck

Volume 30, issue 4, 1999

Can We Control Cheating in the Classroom? pp. 331-343 Downloads
Joe Kerkvliet and Charles L. Sigmund
Grade Divergence as a Market Outcome pp. 344-351 Downloads
Donald G. Freeman
Samuelson's Economics at Fifty: Remarks on the Occasion of the Anniversary of Publication pp. 352-363 Downloads
Paul A. Samuelson, Harold W. McGraw, William D. Nordhaus, Orley Ashenfelter, Robert M. Solow and Stanley Fischer
Teaching Keynes in the 21st Century pp. 364-372 Downloads
David Colander
The IS-LM Model: Is There a Connection Between Slopes and the Effectiveness of Fiscal and Monetary Policy? pp. 373-382 Downloads
David W. Findlay
Oligopoly-An In-Class Economic Game pp. 383-391 Downloads
J. Patrick Meister
An Experiment with Official and Parallel Foreign Exchange Markets in a Developing Country pp. 392-401 Downloads
Denise Hazlett and Jeela Ganje
Assignments for a Writing-Intensive Economics Course pp. 402-410 Downloads
Murray S. Simpson and Shireen E. Carroll
Market Failures and Efficiency in the Principles Course pp. 411-419 Downloads
Janusz R. Mrozek
Turning Merit Scores into Salaries pp. 420-426 Downloads
William Edward Becker
William E. Becker and Michael Watts, eds., Teaching Economics to Undergraduates: Alternatives to Chalk and Talk. Cheltenham, U. K.: Edward Elgar, 1999. 274 pp pp. 427-428 Downloads
Craig Swan

Volume 30, issue 3, 1999

Technology and the Teaching of Economics to Undergraduates pp. 194-199 Downloads
Arnold Katz and William Edward Becker
Macro Principles, PowerPoint, and the Internet: Four Years of the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly pp. 200-209 Downloads
Robert Parks
Developing an On-line Textbook: Question-led Teaching and the World Wide Web pp. 210-220 Downloads
Roger A. McCain
Comment pp. 220-224 Downloads
Michael K. Salemi and Kailash Khandke
Using the Web to Improve Computer-Aided Instruction in Economics pp. 225-243 Downloads
Joseph . Daniel
Comment pp. 243-247 Downloads
David Schodt and Jane H. Leuthold
Web-Based Learning Environments Guided by Principles of Good Teaching Practice pp. 248-259 Downloads
John F. Chizmar and Mark S. Walbert
Comment pp. 260-262 Downloads
Steve Hurd and Robert L. Moore
Multimedia Instruction Methods pp. 265-275 Downloads
LÉOnie L. Stone
Comment pp. 275-276 Downloads
Gisela Meyer Escoe
Comment pp. 277-277 Downloads
Robert Schenk
Promoting Active-Student Learning Using the World Wide Web in Economics Courses pp. 278-287 Downloads
Scott Paul Simkins
Comment pp. 287-289 Downloads
Kim Sosin
Comment pp. 289-291 Downloads
Linda M. Manning
Teaching Principles of Economics without “Chalk and Talk”: The Experience of CNU Online pp. 292-303 Downloads
Michelle Albert Vachris
Comment pp. 303-305 Downloads
George Bredon
Comment pp. 305-307 Downloads
Howard P. Marvel
Econometrics Lectures in a Computer Classroom pp. 308-321 Downloads
Michael Peter Murray
Comment pp. 321-324 Downloads
Jeffrey Parker and Ebenge E. Usip
Trends in Undergraduate Economics Degrees, 1997--98 pp. 325-328 Downloads
John J. Siegfried

Volume 30, issue 2, 1999

The Longitudinal Effects of Economic Education on Teachers and Their Students pp. 99-111 Downloads
Sam Allgood and William B. Walstad
Role Playing in the History of Economic Thought pp. 112-118 Downloads
Tom Oberhofer
Model GATT: A Role-Playing Simulation Course pp. 119-126 Downloads
Pamela E. Lowry
Experience with Scripted Role Play in Environmental Economics pp. 127-132 Downloads
Dave Alden
Using a TV Game Show to Explain the Concept of a Dominant Strategy pp. 133-140 Downloads
Gregory A. Trandel
The Paper River: A Demonstration of Externalities and Coase's Theorem pp. 141-147 Downloads
Gail M. Hoyt, Patricia L. Ryan and Robert G. Houston
A Computer-Aided Exercise for Checking Novices' Understanding of Market Equilibrium Changes pp. 148-162 Downloads
Arnold Katz
Computer-Aided Instruction on the World Wide Web: The Third Generation pp. 163-174 Downloads
Joseph . Daniel
Identifying Voucher Plans without Welfare Losses pp. 175-183 Downloads
Raymond Jackson
Coverage of Entrepreneurship in Principles of Economics Textbooks: An Update pp. 184-188 Downloads
Calvin A. Kent and Francis W. Rushing
Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Varian. Information Rules: A Strategic Guide to the Network Economy. Boston, Massachusetts: Harvard Business School Press, 1999. x + 352 pp pp. 189-190 Downloads
William Edward Becker

Volume 30, issue 1, 1999

Gender and the Study of Economics: The Role of Gender of the Instructor pp. 3-19 Downloads
Roberta Edgecombe Robb and A. Leslie Robb
Using Electronic Data Tools in Writing Assignments pp. 21-27 Downloads
Jonathan B. Wight
Net News—Old Wine in a New Bottle? pp. 28-32 Downloads
George Bredon
Using Groupware to Enhance Teaching and Learning in Undergraduate Economics pp. 33-42 Downloads
Steven A. Greenlaw
Teaching Fisher's Theory of Interest in a Simple Auction Setting pp. 43-51 Downloads
Donald W. Swanton
A Case Method for Teaching Statistics pp. 52-58 Downloads
William L. Carlson
A Critique of One-Tailed Hypothesis Test Procedures in Business and Economics Statistics Textbooks pp. 59-63 Downloads
Tung Liu and Courtenay C. Stone
Lumpy Demand and the Diagrammatics of Aggregation pp. 64-74 Downloads
Stephen Shmanske and Daniel Packey
The Viner--Wong Envelope Theorem pp. 75-79 Downloads
Eugene Silberberg
The Doctoral Origins of Economics Faculty and the Education of New Economics Doctorates pp. 80-88 Downloads
Paul J. Pieper and Rachel A. Willis
Peter Kennedy, A Guide to Econometrics. 4th ed. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1998. xii + 468 pp pp. 89-90 Downloads
William Edward Becker
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