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The Journal of Economic Education

1996 - 2019

Current editor(s): William Walstad

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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

Volume 49, issue 4, 2018

Gender difference in willingness to guess after a failure pp. 299-306 Downloads
Giam Pietro Cipriani
Adjusting for guessing and applying a statistical test to the disaggregation of value-added learning scores pp. 307-323 Downloads
Ben Smith and Jamie Wagner
Measuring faculty teaching effectiveness using conditional fixed effects pp. 324-339 Downloads
Maia Linask and James Monks
The great American health care debate: A classroom game to explore risk and insurance pp. 340-349 Downloads
Kelly Grogan
Assessment of economic competencies using a matrix puzzle and a document analysis pp. 350-362 Downloads
William B. Walstad
Economics gone country pp. 363-363 Downloads
Mark A. Melichar
Economics media library pp. 364-365 Downloads
Jadrian Wooten
Exponential smoothing spreadsheets pp. 366-366 Downloads
R. Scott Harris, Joshua Hill and Talia Harris
Reviewers for Volume 49 pp. 367-369 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 49, issue 3, 2018

A note from the editors pp. 223-223 Downloads
The Editors
The Macro Pedagogy Debate: Teaching DSGE to Undergraduates Symposium pp. 224-225 Downloads
David Colander
The Macro Pedagogy Debate: Teaching DSGE to Undergraduates Symposium pp. 226-236 Downloads
Mario Solis-Garcia
The Macro Pedagogy Debate: Teaching DSGE to Undergraduates Symposium pp. 237-241 Downloads
Mark Setterfield
The Macro Pedagogy Debate: Teaching DSGE to Undergraduates Symposium pp. 242-251 Downloads
Seth Neumuller, Casey Rothschild and Akila Weerapana
The automobile industry and new trade theory: A classroom experiment pp. 252-259 Downloads
Steven Yamarik
Integrating econometrics: A modern undergraduate economics capstone experience pp. 260-270 Downloads
Brooke Conaway, Christopher Clark, J. J. Arias and Jessie Folk
Is an economics degree good preparation for the LSAT? pp. 271-277 Downloads
P. Wesley Routon
How is development economics taught in developing countries? pp. 278-290 Downloads
David McKenzie and Anna Luisa Paffhausen
Trends in undergraduate economics degrees, 1991–2017 pp. 291-295 Downloads
John Siegfried
FREDcast: Economic forecasting game pp. 296-296 Downloads
Mary C. Suiter and Diego Mendez-Carbajo
Create random assignments: A cloud-based tool to help implement alternative teaching materials pp. 297-297 Downloads
Jadrian Wooten and Ben Smith

Volume 49, issue 2, 2018

Evaluating the flipped classroom: A randomized controlled trial pp. 115-129 Downloads
Nathan Wozny, Cary Balser and Drew Ives
Does studying economics in college influence loan decisions later in life? pp. 130-141 Downloads
William Bosshardt and William B. Walstad
Simple and practical efficiency lessons pp. 142-150 Downloads
Van Kolpin
International monetary policy coordination in a new Keynesian model with NICE features pp. 151-166 Downloads
Jean-Christophe Poutineau and Gauthier Vermandel
Let's make a deal in the classroom: Institutional solutions to the Monty Hall Dilemma pp. 167-172 Downloads
Brandon Dupont and Yvonne Durham
Multiple product qualities in monopoly: Sailing the RMS Titanic into the economics classroom pp. 173-179 Downloads
Carlos Asarta, Franklin G. Mixon and Kamal Upadhyaya
Games superheroes play: Teaching game theory with comic book favorites pp. 180-193 Downloads
Brian O'Roark and William Grant
Farmer Brown v. Rancher Wyatt: Teaching the Coase Theorem pp. 194-199 Downloads
Patrick Gourley
A college athletics recruiting game to teach the economics of rent-seeking pp. 200-208 Downloads
Justin R. Roush and Bruce Johnson
Teacher training for PhD students and new faculty in economics pp. 209-219 Downloads
Sam Allgood, Gail Hoyt and KimMarie McGoldrick
Multiplatform software tool to disaggregate and adjust value-added learning scores pp. 220-221 Downloads
Ben Smith
Econocast.net: Pencasts to supplement the undergraduate economics curriculum pp. 222-222 Downloads
James Murray and John Nunley

Volume 49, issue 1, 2018

Improved grade outcomes with an e-mailed “grade nudge” pp. 1-7 Downloads
Ben Smith, Dustin White, Patricia C. Kuzyk and James E. Tierney
Diversity, effort, and cooperation in team-based learning pp. 8-21 Downloads
Molly Espey
Revisiting unemployment in intermediate macroeconomics: A new approach for teaching Diamond-Mortensen-Pissarides pp. 22-37 Downloads
Arghya Bhattacharya, Paul Jackson and Brian C. Jenkins
Syllabus and economics: Reasoning with Generation “Why” pp. 38-45 Downloads
Mariya Burdina and Sue Lynn Sasser
The economics of online dating: A course in economic modeling pp. 46-58 Downloads
Andrew J. Monaco
Leveraging the power of experiential learning to achieve higher-order proficiencies pp. 59-71 Downloads
Amy Henderson
Integrating graphing assignments into a money and banking course using FRED pp. 72-90 Downloads
James Staveley-O'Carroll
Let's put demography back into economics: Population pyramids in Excel pp. 91-102 Downloads
Humberto Barreto
Social Security and saving: A time-series econometrics pedagogical example (with code) pp. 103-114 Downloads
Charles S. Wassell, Jr.
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