Laying off or Not? the Influence of Framing and Economics Education
Timo Heinrich (),
Thomas Riechmann (),
Ronnie SchÃ¶b () and
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Thomas Riechmann: University of Kaiserslautern
Ronnie SchÃ¶b: Freie UniversitÃ¤t Berlin
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International Review of Economic Education, 2010, vol. 9, issue 1, 44-55
This paper provides a critical re-examination of Rubinstein's survey (Rubinstein; Economic Journal 2006), in which he questions the way economics is taught. The observations obtained in our new survey cast some doubts on the original findings, and, in particular, question Rubinstein's conjecture that our students' views on economic issues are influenced by the way we teach economics.
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