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International Review of Economics Education

2013 - 2020

Current editor(s): Guest, Ross

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Volume 34, issue C, 2020

Teaching econometrics with data on coworker salaries and job satisfaction Downloads
Todd Easton
Community college students’ response to a financial literacy intervention: An exploratory study Downloads
Jacob J. Popovich, Cäzilia Loibl, Christopher Zirkle and M. Susie Whittington
Evaluating the effects of mobile applications on course assessment: A quasi-experiment on a macroeconomics course Downloads
María Barreiro-Gen
Financial literacy of high school students in the Netherlands: knowledge, attitudes, self-efficacy, and behavior Downloads
Aisa Amagir, Wim Groot, Henriëtte Maassen van den Brink and Arie Wilschut

Volume 33, issue C, 2020

Research-based instructional strategies in a flipped principles of microeconomics classroom Downloads
Sarah B. Cosgrove and Neal H. Olitsky
Integrating data analysis into an introductory macroeconomics course Downloads
Marketa Halova Wolfe

Volume 32, issue C, 2019

I’ll share with her, but not with you: A mixed methods approach to investigating children’s naïve theories about resource allocation decisions pp. - Downloads
Amanda Brooke Jennings
Can homo economicus be an altruist? A classroom experimental method pp. - Downloads
Tomasz Kopczewski and Iana Okhrimenko
Is assessing learning outcomes a trade-off in experiential learning? Integrating field visit with managerial economics course pp. - Downloads
Subramania Raju Rajasulochana and S. Senthil Ganesh
Improving financial literacy of the poor and vulnerable in Indonesia: An empirical analysis pp. - Downloads
Jane S. Lopus, Dwi Sulistyorini Amidjono and Paul Grimes

Volume 31, issue C, 2019

Using data and research to address student misconceptions pp. - Downloads
Adam J. Hoffer
Pedagogical pluralism in undergraduate urban economics education pp. - Downloads
Franklin Obeng-Odoom
Flipping the classroom and student learning outcomes: Evidence from an international economics course pp. - Downloads
Steven Yamarik
IQA: Qualitative research to discover how and why students learn from economic games pp. - Downloads
J.S. Davis
Collaborative learning in economics: Do group characteristics matter? pp. - Downloads
Lenis Saweda O. Liverpool-Tasie, Guigonan Serge Adjognon and Aaron J. McKim

Volume 30, issue C, 2019

Assessment of economic threshold concepts in higher education pp. - Downloads
Tommy Tang
Active financial analysis: Stimulating engagement using Bloomberg for introductory finance students pp. - Downloads
Michael McCann and Jo-Anna Russon
Models of strategic interaction in quantities vs. prices with differentiated goods pp. - Downloads
Quyen Nguyen and John Gilbert
Why does peer instruction improve student satisfaction more than student performance? A randomized experiment pp. - Downloads
Pilar Alcalde and Juan Nagel
Teaching hypothesis testing with simulated distributions pp. - Downloads
O’Hara, Michael
A two-round in-class trading game on the principle of comparative advantage and the theory of reciprocal demand pp. - Downloads
Bei Hong
Poetry and economics: Creativity, engagement and learning in the economics classroom pp. - Downloads
Mary E. Davis
Student academic performance and professional training year pp. - Downloads
Panagiotis Arsenis and Miguel Flores
The value in ‘value’: An exercise for pluralising economics instruction pp. - Downloads
Nathan Coombs and Ashley Frawley
Student preconceptions and reality: A survey exercise to teach wealth inequality pp. - Downloads
William Barnes, Todd Easton and Ross Leupp Hanig
Recounting the role of emotions in learning economics: Using the Threshold Concepts Framework to explore affective dimensions of students’ learning pp. - Downloads
Jessica Goebel and Suriamurthee Maistry
Faculty’s conceptions of teaching introductory economics in higher education: A phenomenographic study in a South African context pp. - Downloads
Emmanuel Ojo, Shirley Booth and Laurie Woollacott
The relationship between migration background and knowledge and understanding of personal finance of young adults in Germany pp. - Downloads
Roland Happ and Manuel Förster
The economics instructor’s toolbox pp. - Downloads
Julien Picault
Experiential learning in macroeconomics through FREDcast pp. - Downloads
Diego Mendez-Carbajo
Quantile regression analysis of cooperative learning effects pp. - Downloads
Amanda Deerfield
Students’ perception of the pluralism debate in economics: Evidence from a quantitative survey among German universities pp. - Downloads
Eva Schweitzer-Krah and Tim Engartner
Teaching macroeconomics with data: Materials for enhancing students’ quantitative skills pp. - Downloads
Rattaphon Wuthisatian and Namporn Thanetsunthorn
The construction of frameworks in learners’ thinking: Conceptual change and threshold concepts in economics pp. - Downloads
Peter Davies
Identifying differential benefits from a flipped-group pedagogy in introductory microeconomics pp. - Downloads
Carlena K. Cochi Ficano
The effects of using Facebook as a discussion forum in an online principles of economics course: Results of a randomized controlled trial pp. - Downloads
Oskar Harmon and Paul A. Tomolonis
Microeconomic education, strategic incentives, and gender: An oligopoly classroom experiment with social interaction pp. - Downloads
José Antonio García-Martínez, Carlos Gutiérrez-Hita and Joaquín Sánchez-Soriano
Using ‘happy’ or ‘sad’ face in a decision-making grid to motivate students to improve academic success pp. - Downloads
Mona Ray, Emmanuel Onifade and Carolyn Davis
Interest as an influencing factor on student achievement in Economics pp. - Downloads
Christina Schnell and Dirk Loerwald
Do crib sheets improve student performance on tests? Evidence from principles of economics pp. - Downloads
Colin Cannonier and Kara Smith

Volume 29, issue C, 2018

Flipping the classroom: Old ideas, new technologies pp. 1-5 Downloads
Ralf Becker and Alvin Birdi
Facilitating active learning and enhancing student self-assessment skills pp. 6-13 Downloads
Fabio R. Arico' and Simon J. Lancaster
The impact of the flipped classroom in a principles of microeconomics course: evidence from a quasi-experiment with two flipped classroom designs pp. 14-28 Downloads
Chiara Lombardini, Minna Lakkala and Hanni Muukkonen
Effects of flipping the principles of microeconomics class: Does scheduling matter? pp. 29-43 Downloads
Lauren Calimeris
Team-based learning and student performance: Preliminary evidence from a principles of macroeconomics classroom pp. 44-58 Downloads
Kathleen E. Odell
Flipping quantitative tutorials pp. 59-73 Downloads
Ralf Becker and Steven Proud

Volume 28, issue C, 2018

Evaluating the effect of online principles courses on long-term outcomes pp. 1-10 Downloads
William Bosshardt and Eric Chiang
Online assessment, adaptive feedback and the importance of visual learning for students. The advantages, with a few caveats, of using MapleTA pp. 11-28 Downloads
Mario Pezzino
Class attendance and academic performance: A subgroup analysis pp. 29-40 Downloads
Ishita Dey
Does English proficiency affect academic performance? pp. 41-48 Downloads
Doris Geide-Stevenson
You’ve got mail: The impact of online message-boards on performance in first year undergraduate mathematics and statistical methods units pp. 49-57 Downloads
Steven Proud
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