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The Journal of Economic Education

1996 - 2020

Current editor(s): William Walstad

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Volume 51, issue 2, 2020

Taking notes in the digital age: Evidence from classroom random control trials pp. 103-115 Downloads
Benjamin Artz, Marianne Johnson, Denise Robson and Sarinda Taengnoi
Using the process approach to teach writing in economics pp. 116-129 Downloads
Jill Caviglia-Harris
Student loan debt: A problem-based learning activity for introductory economics students pp. 130-142 Downloads
Kristen Roche Carioti
Teaching modules for estimating climate change impacts in economics courses using computational guided inquiry pp. 143-158 Downloads
Lea Fortmann, Justin Beaudoin, Isha Rajbhandari, Aedin Wright, Steven Neshyba and Penny Rowe
The Alchian Maze pp. 159-166 Downloads
Michael J. Clark
Is economics STEM? Trends in the discipline from 1997 to 2018 pp. 167-174 Downloads
Emily C. Marshall and Anthony Underwood
Admission into economic PhD programs: Results of a recent study and advice from directors of graduate studies at six exemplary U.S. economics PhD programs pp. 175-176 Downloads
Gail M. Hoyt
So you want to go to graduate school? Factors that influence admissions to economics PhD programs pp. 177-190 Downloads
Adam Jones, Peter Schuhmann, Daniel Soques and Allison Witman
Comments on Jones et al. and advice for the graduate school application process pp. 191-193 Downloads
Gautam Gowrisankaran
Comments on “So you want to go to graduate school? Factors that influence admissions to economics PhD programs” by Jones et al pp. 194-198 Downloads
M. Daniele Paserman
Comments for JEE based on ASSA panel discussion “Preparing undergraduates for application to graduate school” pp. 199-200 Downloads
Navin Kartik
Admissions to economics PhD program: Perspectives from a large public university pp. 201-202 Downloads
Martin Boileau
Preparing undergraduates for application to graduate school pp. 203-205 Downloads
Wojciech Olszewski
Preparing undergraduates for application to graduate school: Comments on Jones et al (2020) pp. 206-208 Downloads
Marcus Berliant A free double auction Internet classroom experiment that runs on any student device pp. 209-209 Downloads
Kyle Hampton and Paul Johnson
Economics within ABC’s Modern Family pp. 210-210 Downloads
Jadrian Wooten, Kalina Staub and Susan Reilly

Volume 51, issue 1, 2020

Learning effects of the flipped classroom in a principles of microeconomics course pp. 1-18 Downloads
Erik Craft and Maia Linask
An exchange rate risk experiment with multiple currencies pp. 19-30 Downloads
Paul Johnson and James Staveley-O’Carroll
A classroom experiment on the causes and forms of bounded rationality in individual choice pp. 31-41 Downloads
Anna Rita Bennato, Adrian Gourlay and Chris M. Wilson
A demand and supply game exploring global supply chains pp. 42-51 Downloads
Bei Hong
For want of a chair: Teaching price formation using a cap and trade game pp. 52-66 Downloads
Stefano Carattini, Eli P. Fenichel, Zander Gordan and Patrick Gourley
The Federal Reserve Board and economic education pp. 67-67 Downloads
Sam Allgood and KimMarie McGoldrick
A survey of Federal Reserve economic education programs and resources1 pp. 68-79 Downloads
Andrew Hill and Scott Wolla
The Economics Scholars Program: Creating a professional economics research conference for undergraduate students pp. 80-86 Downloads
Stephen Clayton and Daniel Nuckols
Active learning with FRED data pp. 87-94 Downloads
Diego Mendez-Carbajo
Flipping the classroom with pp. 95-102 Downloads
Diego Mendez-Carbajo and Lucy C. Malakar

Volume 50, issue 4, 2019

Introduction to symposium on teaching undergraduate econometrics pp. 337-342 Downloads
David Colander
Is precise econometrics an illusion? pp. 343-355 Downloads
Gavin Swann
What quantitative methods should we teach to graduate students? A comment on Swann’s “Is precise econometrics an illusion?” pp. 356-361 Downloads
Deirdre Nansen McCloskey and Stephen T. Ziliak
Teaching the art of pulling truths from economic data: Comment on “Is precise econometrics an illusion?” pp. 362-366 Downloads
Edward Leamer
Theory vs. practice: Teaching undergraduate econometrics pp. 367-370 Downloads
Alice Louise Kassens
Scalable, scaffolded writing assignments with online peer review in a large introductory economics course pp. 371-387 Downloads
Avi Cohen and Andrea L. Williams
HeadsUp! Econ: Making exam review sessions fun and effective pp. 388-397 Downloads
Rebecca L. Moryl, Florencia Gabriele and Jannet Desvira
The psychology of sunk cost: A classroom experiment pp. 398-409 Downloads
Louis-Philippe Sirois
The undergraduate economics coursework of elementary and secondary school teachers pp. 410-417 Downloads
William B. Bosshardt and William Walstad
Reviewers for Volume 50 pp. 418-420 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 50, issue 3, 2019

The effects of a financial literacy intervention on the financial and economic knowledge of high school students pp. 215-229 Downloads
Andrew Gill and Radha Bhattacharya
Teaching students to extend economic models using in-class scaffolding assignments pp. 230-241 Downloads
Tamara Lynn Trafton
Efficient empiricism: Streamlining teaching, research, and learning in empirical courses pp. 242-257 Downloads
Tomas Dvorak, Simon D. Halliday, Michael O’Hara and Aaron Swoboda
Six guidelines for teaching intermediate macroeconomics pp. 258-260 Downloads
N. Gregory Mankiw
What should students learn in intermediate microeconomics? To think conceptually from the fundamentals of the discipline pp. 261-264 Downloads
Thomas J. Nechyba
What should we teach in intermediate macroeconomics? pp. 265-268 Downloads
Dean Croushore
What should we teach in intermediate microeconomics? pp. 269-272 Downloads
Austan Goolsbee
50 years of teaching introductory economics pp. 273-283 Downloads
Daniel Hamermesh
Data literacy in economic development pp. 284-298 Downloads
Simon D. Halliday
The unequal distribution of economic education: A report on the race, ethnicity, and gender of economics majors at U.S. colleges and universities pp. 299-320 Downloads
Amanda Bayer and David W. Wilcox
Switching majors – into and out of economics pp. 321-332 Downloads
Tisha L. N. Emerson and KimMarie McGoldrick
Trends in undergraduate economics degrees, 2001–2018 pp. 333-336 Downloads
John Siegfried

Volume 50, issue 2, 2019

A classroom experiment in monetary policy pp. 89-107 Downloads
John Duffy and Brian C. Jenkins
Teaching courses in macroeconomics and monetary policy with Bloomberg analytics pp. 108-128 Downloads
Dean Croushore and Hossein S. Kazemi
Equilibrium with capacity-constrained firms: A classroom experiment pp. 129-141 Downloads
Gayane Barseghyan and Aram Grigoryan
Learning to do: Facilitating practice in a large introductory macroeconomics class pp. 142-156 Downloads
Anna Josephson, Larry DeBoer, Dave Nelson and Angelika Zissimopoulos
Continuity and change in the Journal of Economic Education over 50 years pp. 157-167 Downloads
William B. Walstad
50 years of economic instruction in the Journal of Economic Education pp. 168-195 Downloads
Gail M. Hoyt and KimMarie McGoldrick
50 years of research in the Journal of Economic Education pp. 196-206 Downloads
Sam Allgood and Georg Schaur
Setting an agenda for the future pp. 207-212 Downloads
Sam Allgood and KimMarie McGoldrick
A geometric approach to multicollinearity pp. 213-213 Downloads
Stephen Erfle

Volume 50, issue 1, 2019

Are your students absent, not absent, or present? Mindfulness and student performance pp. 1-16 Downloads
Eric P. Chiang and Albert J. Sumell
Writing in the discipline and reproducible methods: A process-oriented approach to teaching empirical undergraduate economics research pp. 17-32 Downloads
Emily Marshall and Anthony Underwood
One size doesn’t fit all: A project designing small-scale economic development projects pp. 33-43 Downloads
Sara Gundersen and Allison Shwachman Kaminaga
A video game to supplement a hybrid principles of microeconomics course pp. 44-56 Downloads
Chen Feng Ng
An endogenous equilibrium game on traffic congestion externalities pp. 57-69 Downloads
Leah H. Palm-Forster and Joshua Duke
A dynamic semester-long social dilemma game for economic and interdisciplinary courses pp. 70-85 Downloads
Silvia Secchi and Simanti Banerjee
Indexing of the JEE online section pp. 86-86 Downloads
Howard Cochran, Brad Childs, Lakisha Simmons and Marieta Velikova
Teaching economics using NBC’s Parks and Recreation pp. 87-88 Downloads
Jadrian Wooten and Kalina Staub
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