Publishing and Scholarship in Economic Education: A Catalog and Assessment
Carlos Asarta () and
The American Economist, 2019, vol. 64, issue 2, 269-281
The American Economist ( AEX ) has a long history of publishing scholarship in economic education. In fact, a recent study by Lo, Wong, Mixon, and Asarta found AEX to rank third in terms of economic education articles published in all economics journals indexed in the Social Sciences Citations Index . According to Asarta, Jennings, and Grimes, AEX â€™s contributions to the field can be cataloged into four major categories: program design, instructional and assessment methodology, instructional materials, and student outcomes. To continue with AEX â€™s history of encouraging, promoting, and disseminating economic education scholarship, this article catalogs the opportunities that now exist for publishing such work in journals focused on economic educationâ€“specific work. In addition, the article assesses the relative impact of the work presented in those journals since 1995, a key year in the field, with the ultimate goal of serving as a valuable resource for scholars interested in publishing in the dynamic field of economic education. JEL Classifications : A20, A30
Keywords: economic education; economics education; journal catalog; rankings; assessment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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