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The Journal of Economic Education

1996 - 2023

Current editor(s): William Walstad

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Volume 54, issue 2, 2023

Price discrimination: Teaching new results with simple exercises pp. 103-112 Downloads
Joaquín Coleff and Camilo Rubbini
Classroom experiments on technology licensing: Royalty stacking, cross-licensing, and patent pools pp. 113-125 Downloads
Atle Haugen and Steffen Juranek
Games in the classroom: A symposium pp. 126-127 Downloads
Sarah Jacobson and Allison Oldham Luedtke
Climate change mitigation under uncertainty and inequality: A classroom experiment pp. 128-144 Downloads
Juana Castro Santa
Renewable resource dynamics: A Web-based classroom experiment pp. 145-157 Downloads
Darwin Cortés, César Mantilla and Laura Prada
Ore money ore problems: A resource extraction game pp. 158-176 Downloads
Sarah Jacobson
Teaching Nash equilibrium with Python pp. 177-183 Downloads
Allison Oldham Luedtke
Teaching before and during COVID-19: A survey pp. 184-190 Downloads
Sam Allgood and KimMarie McGoldrick
COVID-19 as a trigger of persistent innovations: Evidence from an economics elective at Claremont McKenna College pp. 191-197 Downloads
Darren Filson
Writing-to-learn: Strategies to promote engagement, peer-to-peer learning, and active listening in economics courses pp. 198-204 Downloads
M. Femi Ayadi and Grace Onodipe
Reshaping a course for COVID along 5 dimensions: Lessons from “behavioral economics” at Swarthmore College pp. 205-213 Downloads
Syon Bhanot
Asynchronous learning design—Lessons for the post-pandemic world of higher education pp. 214-223 Downloads
Parama Chaudhury

Volume 54, issue 1, 2023

Cutting our losses: The effects of a loss-aversion strategy on student learning gains pp. 1-16 Downloads
Neal H. Olitsky and Sarah B. Cosgrove
Required or voluntary financial education and saving behaviors pp. 17-37 Downloads
William B. Walstad and Jamie Wagner
Teaching the COVID-19 lockdown using the Keynesian Cross pp. 38-59 Downloads
Florian Sniekers
Teaching development economics from a gender perspective pp. 60-75 Downloads
Günseli Berik and Yana van der Meulen Rodgers
Teaching an undergraduate elective on the Great Recession (and the COVID-19 recession too) pp. 76-93 Downloads
Emily Marshall and Paul Shea
An alternative approach for introducing instrumental variables based on ordinary least squares omitted variable bias pp. 94-101 Downloads
Quinn A. W. Keefer

Volume 53, issue 4, 2022

Online proctored assessment during COVID-19: Has cheating increased? pp. 277-295 Downloads
Ivo J. M. Arnold
Repeated quizzing of basic mathematics concepts to improve grades in economics classes pp. 296-306 Downloads
Jack Leggett, Bryan Morgan and Kam Ki Tang
The link between financial education and financial literacy: A cross-national analysis pp. 307-324 Downloads
John Jerrim, Luis Alejandro Lopez-Agudo and Oscar David Marcenaro-Gutierrez
Economics PhD programs in Europe: Completion times and job placement pp. 325-339 Downloads
Árpád Ábrahám, Benedikt Dengler and Vinzenz Ziesemer
Alternatives to the scarcity principle pp. 340-347 Downloads
William Darity
Teaching post-intermediate macroeconomics with a dynamic 3-equation model pp. 348-367 Downloads
Leila E. Davis and Leopoldo Gómez-Ramírez
Editorial statistics pp. 368-368 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 53, issue 3, 2022

Helping some and harming others: Homework frequency and tradeoffs in student performance pp. 197-209 Downloads
Abdullah Al-Bahrani, Maria Apostolova-Mihaylova and Emily Marshall
Examining modern money creation: An institution-centered explanation and visualization of the “credit theory” of money and some reflections on its significance pp. 210-231 Downloads
Andrew Hook
Let’s close the gap: Updating the textbook treatment of monetary policy pp. 232-249 Downloads
Jane Ihrig and Scott Wolla
Is economics STEM? Process of (re)classification, requirements, and quantitative rigor pp. 250-258 Downloads
Emily Marshall and Anthony Underwood
Classroom management and student interaction interventions: Fostering diversity, inclusion, and belonging in the undergraduate economics classroom pp. 259-272 Downloads
Abdullah Al-Bahrani
Trends in undergraduate economics degrees, 2001–2021 pp. 273-276 Downloads
John J. Siegfried

Volume 53, issue 2, 2022

The effects of game-based financial education: New survey evidence from lower-secondary school students in Finland pp. 109-125 Downloads
Panu Kalmi and Jaana Rahko
A Python-based undergraduate course in computational macroeconomics pp. 126-140 Downloads
Brian C. Jenkins
Lessons from the fields pp. 141-142 Downloads
Allen C. Goodman
Teaching public policy analysis: Lessons from the field pp. 143-149 Downloads
Christine Piette Durrance
Teaching the economics of sports pp. 150-158 Downloads
Michael Leeds
Integrating economics into professional studies: Criminal justice, health, and public policy education pp. 159-164 Downloads
Juliette Roddy
The rich palette of the economic history curriculum pp. 165-173 Downloads
Price Fishback and Michael Haupert
Introduction to symposium on teaching innovative classes in economics pp. 174-175 Downloads
Wendy A. Stock
The economics of social entrepreneurship pp. 176-180 Downloads
Andrew Samwick
An undergraduate economics course on belief formation and influence pp. 181-187 Downloads
Daniel F. Stone
Economics of artificial intelligence and innovation pp. 188-191 Downloads
Evangelia Chalioti
Economics of Star Wars pp. 192-193 Downloads
Matthew Rousu, Ben Smith and Bailey Hackenberry
Assessment disaggregation: A new tool to calculate learning types from nearly any exam platform, including online systems pp. 194-195 Downloads
Ben O. Smith
Teaching with Superstore pp. 196-196 Downloads
Jadrian Wooten and Brian Lynch

Volume 53, issue 1, 2022

Gender and peer evaluations pp. 1-10 Downloads
Molly Espey
Team-based learning in economics: Promoting group collaboration, diversity and inclusion pp. 11-30 Downloads
Gabriella Cagliesi and Mahkameh Ghanei
International trade with heterogeneous firms: An interactive classroom simulation pp. 31-42 Downloads
Nathaniel Cook and Angie Pantuosco
Wikipedagogy: Enhancing student motivation and collaboration in an economics class with Wikipedia pp. 43-51 Downloads
Stefan Humer and Matthias Schnetzer
Springsteen-omics: contemplative pedagogy and Springsteen in undergraduate economics courses pp. 52-68 Downloads
Melissa H. Mahoney, Leah G. Mathews and Audrey E. Thomas
Critical thinking and economic instruction: One approach and six points of view pp. 69-70 Downloads
Gail M. Hoyt
What does critical thinking mean in teaching economics?: The big and the little of it pp. 71-84 Downloads
John Siegfried and David Colander
What does critical thinking mean in teaching economics? pp. 85-87 Downloads
Melissa S. Kearney
The instructor as ambassador pp. 88-90 Downloads
N. Gregory Mankiw
Critical thinking on the Samuelsonian Gospel according to John and David pp. 91-94 Downloads
Deirdre Nansen McCloskey
Sparking Student Curiosity pp. 95-99 Downloads
Betsey Stevenson
Enhancing critical thinking skill formation: Getting fast thinkers to slow down pp. 100-108 Downloads
John List
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