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Advances in Economics Education

2022 - 2024

Current editor(s): Peter Docherty

From Edward Elgar Publishing
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Volume 3, issue 1, 2024

Introduction to the Symposium: Does Ethics Have a Place in Economics Education? pp. 1-7 Downloads
Peter Docherty and Rod O’Donnell
Economics needs ethics to be relevant for the real world we live in! pp. 8-23 Downloads
Charles K. Wilber
Why my doctor is a Kantian and my car mechanic is an Aristotelian: bringing marketplace ethics into the classroom pp. 24-42 Downloads
Jonathan B. Wight
Call of duty: rethinking the relationship between economics and ethics in teaching – walking in the footsteps of Albion Small pp. 43-59 Downloads
Guillaume Vallet
Structuring ethics education in undergraduate business programs: a proposal pp. 60-75 Downloads
Gerhard Van de Venter
Teaching IS-LM macroeconomics through material balance diagrams pp. 76-105 Downloads
Indrajit Thakurata and Susmi Thomas

Volume 2, issue 2, 2023

Introduction to the Symposium: CORE Econ – A viable alternative curriculum? pp. 109-113 Downloads
Daniela Tavasci and Eileen Tipoe
Rethinking the economics curriculum: strengths and weaknesses of the CORE Econ project pp. 114-126 Downloads
Carlos Cortinhas
The COherence and RElevance of CORE Econ’s new benchmark model pp. 127-144 Downloads
Samuel Bowles and Wendy Carlin
CORE Econ: a Neoclassical Synthesis for the twenty-first century? pp. 145-162 Downloads
Jo Michell
Choosing an economics principles textbook: a perspective on the CORE project pp. 163-178 Downloads
Paul Crosby and David Orsmond
Does a rose by any other name smell as sweet? Assessing student evaluation of teaching ratings pre- and during the COVID-19 lockdown: an Australian study pp. 179-194 Downloads
Temesgen Kifle and Parvinder Kler
Book review pp. 195-202 Downloads
Joachim Thönnessen

Volume 2, issue 1, 2023

Introduction to the Symposium: Gender and Economics Education pp. 1-3 Downloads
Peter Docherty
Understanding sex differences when majoring in economics: what little we know, reasons for knowledge gaps, and a research agenda of unanswered questions pp. 4-25 Downloads
Peter Docherty
Integrating gender into a labour economics class pp. 26-44 Downloads
Jacqueline Strenio and Yana Rodgers
Key authors in business and management education (BME) with a bibliometric analysis of economic education scholarship by gender pp. 45-68 Downloads
Carlos Asarta, Regina F. Bento, Zachary Ferrara, Charles J. Fornaciari, Alvin Hwang, Kathy Lund Dean and Diego Mendez-Carbajo
Improving long-term retention: promoting distributed practice in an introductory economics course pp. 69-82 Downloads
Daniel Diaz Vidal
The tradeoff between economic freedom and economic performance: a classroom exercise pp. 83-89 Downloads
Franklin Mixon and Rand W. Ressler
Easy expectations and racial bias in economics instructor ratings pp. 90-107 Downloads
Junaid B. Jahangir

Volume 1, issue 1, 2022

Editorial pp. 1-10 Downloads
Peter Docherty
The long tail of the pandemic and its ongoing effect on teaching and learning economics pp. 11-29 Downloads
Brian Gockley and Geoffrey Schneider
Eight lessons for teaching macroeconomic policy after COVID-19: a heterodox perspective pp. 30-47 Downloads
Louis-Philippe Rochon and Sergio Rossi
A short-run Keynesian model of the COVID-19 recession for Econ 101 pp. 48-65 Downloads
Peter N. Hess
Simple games for teaching economics online pp. 66-86 Downloads
Bei Hong
Using the COVID-19 vaccine to teach constrained optimization in Econ 101 pp. 87-94 Downloads
Sreenivasan Subramanian
Seminar attendance, lecture capture, and disability adjustments: intuition and evidence* pp. 95-115 Downloads
Marc E. Betton and J. Robert Branston
This paper presents, with pedagogical aims, the Godley–Lavoie approach to building a Post-Keynesian stock-flow-consistent model, finding its solution, and performing simulations using E-views software. By doing so, we seek to contribute to the literature in three ways: first, presenting to the reader an accessible description of the procedures adopted by the experts; second, spreading among students and researchers a heterodox macroeconomic approach; third, showing that the accounting models are more precise to analyze the economic reality and represent an alternative to simulate the interaction between real and financial markets pp. 135-157 Downloads
Christian De la Luz-Tovar
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