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International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education

2009 - 2022

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Volume 13, issue 2, 2022

Why pluralism pp. 127-137 Downloads
Frederic B. Jennings Jr.
Teaching inequality to ECON 101 students pp. 138-157 Downloads
Junaid B. Jahangir
Microeconomics, consumer theory, and the Michael Grossman model: some unexamined issues pp. 158-175 Downloads
Khandakar Q. Elahi
Algorithmic economics as an economics of thought pp. 176-191 Downloads
Bin Li
The mediating effect of university image on the relationship between curriculum and student satisfaction: an empirical study of the Royal University of Bhutan pp. 192-208 Downloads
T. Antony Alphonnse Ligori, N. Suresh, Shad Ahmad Khan, Tenzin Rabgay and Karma Yezer
The transformational paradigm: a way forward for Islamic economic axiology pp. 209-228 Downloads
Muhammad Sholihin and Arqom Kuswanjono

Volume 13, issue 1, 2022

A narrative approach to happiness measures: the complementary knowledge of fiction and film pp. 9-22 Downloads
Melissa Kennedy
Critical realism, feminisms, and degrowth: a plea for metatheory-informed pluralism in feminist ecological economics pp. 23-42 Downloads
Corinna Dengler
Pluralism is not 'anything goes' - grounding pluralism in economics in diverse economies by rehabilitating Paul Feyerabend pp. 43-71 Downloads
Florian Rommel and Robert L. Kasperan
Optimal policy modelling? An argumentation theory approach to making sense of economic modelling pp. 72-91 Downloads
Patrick Klösel
On the reciprocal potential of cultural anthropology and economics: the example of economised cultural work pp. 92-102 Downloads
Jakob Fraisse
Combination matters: why corporate bonds and shadow banking can threaten financial stability - a Minskyian perspective pp. 103-119 Downloads
Henri Schneider

Volume 12, issue 1, 2021

The COVID-19 crisis and (in)equity: what lessons can we learn? pp. 8-13 Downloads
Tonia Warnecke
Globalisation, de-globalisation, re-globalisation. On old globalisation, de-globalisation pre- and under Corona, and the restructuring of VACs 'post-Corona' pp. 14-27 Downloads
Wolfram Elsner
Online teaching during COVID-19: the triple imperatives pp. 28-38 Downloads
Junaid Qadir
Can we afford pluralism in times of disruption? A competence-based guide for pluralistic and democratic practice pp. 39-49 Downloads
Małgorzata Dereniowska
What COVID-19 demonstrates: on the limits of self-interested behaviour, capitalism, and the role of solidarity pp. 50-54 Downloads
Lia Alexandra Baltador and Ioana Negru
A little microbe that markets cannot help with pp. 55-59 Downloads
Thomas Lines
The COVID-19 pandemic and the contributions of modern monetary theory pp. 60-66 Downloads
Arturo Hermann
COVID-19 and economics education: a view from India pp. 67-70 Downloads
Alex Thomas
COVID-19 crisis and role of the Indian state pp. 71-79 Downloads
Abhijit Pathak and Apurba Kumar Chattopadhyay
The impact of COVID-19 on the Indian hospitality sector and tourism education pp. 80-88 Downloads
Sahil Singh Jasrotia, Tarun Agarwal and Shagun Chib
India's education sector: impact and alternatives during COVID-19 pp. 89-96 Downloads
B. Karunakar

Volume 11, issue 2, 2020

Ideology and pluralism in economics: a German view pp. 114-129 Downloads
Arne Heise
Why realism and methodological pluralism matter for robust research and public policy: perspectives from behavioural economics pp. 130-148 Downloads
Morris Altman
Macroeconomics and the world economy in one lecture: a didactic primer pp. 149-159 Downloads
Dirk Ehnts
Service-learning in the undergraduate economics classroom pp. 160-171 Downloads
Valerie K. Kepner
Heterodox microeconomics: the case of corn flour in Mexico pp. 172-188 Downloads
Gustavo Vargas Sanchez
Marginalism and maths teaching in introductory economics pp. 189-200 Downloads
Martin K. Jones
Conventional futures: a review of major issues from the Islamic finance perspective pp. 201-210 Downloads
Mohammad Ashraful Chowdhury, Yousuf Sultan and Md Mahmudul Haque

Volume 11, issue 1, 2020

Economic perspectives from the global south and why they matter for economics worldwide pp. 5-23 Downloads
Irene Van Staveren
A survey of economics education at US community colleges pp. 24-29 Downloads
Mark Maier and Tim Thornton
Roundtable on economics education in community colleges pp. 30-54 Downloads
Mark Maier and Tim Thornton
Pluralist macroeconomics - an interactive simulator pp. 55-78 Downloads
Franz Prante, Alessandro Bramucci, Eckhard Hein and Achim Truger
Post Keynesian modelling and simulation for the classroom pp. 79-95 Downloads
John T. Harvey
Welcome to macroeconomics! pp. 96-106 Downloads
Daniel A. Underwood

Volume 10, issue 2, 2019

Teaching sustainability: notes from France pp. 126-136 Downloads
Candice Fournier, Sophie Guillet, Julien Hallak and Alizé Papp
Recharting the history of economic thought: approaches to and student experiences of the introduction of pluralist teaching in an undergraduate economics curriculum pp. 137-154 Downloads
Kevin Deane, Elisa Van Waeyenberge and Rachel Maxwell
How introductory macroeconomics should be taught after the global financial crisis: data from Greek university students pp. 155-170 Downloads
John Marangos and Marilou Ioakimidis
The profound implications of continuing to teach 'supply and demand' instead of 'demand and cost' in intro economics courses - an unequal exchange application pp. 171-189 Downloads
Ron Baiman
A meaning discovery process: the unique contribution of the Austrian School of Economics and its relevance for contemporary economics curricula pp. 190-207 Downloads
Carmelo Ferlito
Explaining changing individual identity: two examples from the financial crisis pp. 208-216 Downloads
John Davis

Volume 10, issue 1, 2019

Sustainability and pluralist pedagogy: creating an effective political economic fusion? pp. 7-23 Downloads
Gareth Bryant and Frank Stilwell
Accounting education, democracy and sustainability: taking divergent perspectives seriously pp. 24-45 Downloads
Judy Brown and Jesse Dillard
Sustainable development viewed from the lens of Islam pp. 46-60 Downloads
Junaid Qadir and Asad Zaman
Sustainable development: an Indian perspective pp. 61-68 Downloads
B. Karunakar
Sustainable development and green education in mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong pp. 69-90 Downloads
Fu-Lai Tony Yu, Thomas Wai-Kee Yuen and Edward C.H. Tang
Economics and democracy for sustainability politics pp. 91-102 Downloads
Peter Söderbaum
Key competencies, complex systems thinking, and economics education for sustainability pp. 103-117 Downloads
Dennis Badeen

Volume 9, issue 4, 2018

Choices under epistemic pluralism in economics pp. 339-357 Downloads
Imko Meyenburg
Economic pluralism: the role of narrative pp. 358-375 Downloads
Jonathan Warner
A pluralistic approach to public policy: the case of the OECD's New Approaches to Economic Challenges initiative pp. 376-390 Downloads
Lucie Cerna and William Hynes
Taking a leap towards a real world macroeconomics teaching pp. 391-405 Downloads
Stefanos Ioannou and Olivia Bullio Mattos
The importance of cross-fertilisation between economics and sociology to investigating monetary issues: the case of Swiss WIR currency pp. 406-424 Downloads
Guillaume Vallet

Volume 9, issue 3, 2018

Teaching political economy for human rights pp. 238-253 Downloads
Manuel Couret Branco
Educating for reconciliation in the economics classroom pp. 254-273 Downloads
Gerda J. Kits
Critical financial literacy: an agenda pp. 274-291 Downloads
Moritz Hütten, Daniel Maman, Zeev Rosenhek and Matthias Thiemann
Barter, efficiency, and money prices: dissecting Nash's bargaining example pp. 292-299 Downloads
Fritz Helmedag
Economic nationalism in the history of international economics pp. 300-317 Downloads
Sanja Grubacic and Julian Schuster
Critical pedagogy and Veblen's pecuniary interests of higher education pp. 318-327 Downloads
Scott L.B. McConnell, Anthony Eisenbarth and Brian Eisenbarth

Volume 9, issue 1/2, 2018

The dynamics of inequality in the human story: a brief sketch pp. 4-17 Downloads
Jon Wisman
Beyond left-right: teaching inequality with four ideological lenses pp. 18-35 Downloads
Oliver Cooke, Patrick Dolenc and Kimberly Schmidl-Gagne
Behind the masks of total choice: teaching alienation in the age of inequality pp. 36-49 Downloads
Geert L. Dhondt, Mathieu Perron-Dufour and Ian J. Seda-Irizarry
Teaching health in an era of inequality pp. 50-68 Downloads
Iris Buder and Jake Jennings
Challenges and pedagogies for teaching inequality in undergraduate development economics pp. 69-80 Downloads
Sucharita Sinha Mukherjee
Teaching about poverty and inequality: critical pedagogy and personal experience in the learner-centred classroom pp. 81-105 Downloads
Sasha Breger Bush and Roni Kay Marie O'Dell
Teaching to think: challenges and suitability of teaching inequality topics in a business school pp. 106-127 Downloads
Danielle Guizzo and Lotta Takala-Greenish
What can teaching economists learn from poverty simulations run by nursing faculty? pp. 128-143 Downloads
Michelle R. Gierach and Reynold F. Nesiba
Pass GO and collect $610: modified Monopoly for teaching inequality pp. 144-167 Downloads
Kevin W. Capehart and Va Nee L. Van Vleck
Teaching wealth inequality in the Eurozone: an outline based on HFCS data pp. 168-191 Downloads
Matthias Schnetzer
What the fishing boats have in common: a classroom experiment pp. 192-203 Downloads
Caleb Lewis
On pluralism and economics pp. 204-215 Downloads
Victor Beker
Old habits die hard: or, why has economics not become an evolutionary science? pp. 216-232 Downloads
Erkan Gürpinar and Altug Yalcintas
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