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The Journal of Economic Education

1996 - 2024

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Volume 55, issue 2, 2024

Introduction to JEE symposium on “What should go into the only economics course students will ever take?” pp. 107-109 Downloads
Avi J. Cohen, Wendy Stock and Scott Wolla
Who does (and does not) take introductory economics? pp. 110-127 Downloads
Wendy A. Stock
What do we want students to (know and) be able to do: Learning outcomes, competencies, and content in literacy-targeted principles courses pp. 128-145 Downloads
Avi J. Cohen
Assessment to promote learning in a literacy-targeted (LT) economics course pp. 146-155 Downloads
Mark Maier and Phil Ruder
Cognitive science teaching strategies and literacy-targeted economics complementarities pp. 156-165 Downloads
William L. Goffe and Scott A. Wolla
Curriculum lag challenges and strategies for LT principles: Lessons from closing the monetary policy curriculum gap pp. 166-177 Downloads
Jane Ihrig, Mary Clare Peate and Scott Wolla
How LT principles can improve diversity, inclusiveness, and student interest pp. 178-188 Downloads
Gary A. Hoover and Ebonya Washington
Correction pp. 189-189 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 55, issue 1, 2024

The study of economics at HBCUs and PWIs pp. 1-15 Downloads
Tisha L. N. Emerson, KimMarie McGoldrick and Scott Simkins
If you only had two hours: Best advice for new instructors of economics pp. 16-18 Downloads
Gail M. Hoyt and Roisin O’Sullivan
If you only had five minutes: Best advice for new instructors of economics pp. 19-33 Downloads
Gail M. Hoyt, Roisin O’Sullivan and Darshak Patel
New instructor identity: Knowing yourself and knowing your audience pp. 34-40 Downloads
Jennifer Imazeki
How to belong: Inclusive pedagogical practices for beginning instructors of economics pp. 41-53 Downloads
Mary Lopez and Kirsten Wandschneider
Student engagement and interaction in the economics classroom: Essentials for the novice economic educator pp. 54-62 Downloads
Carlos Asarta
Designing effective assessments in economics courses: Guiding principles pp. 63-76 Downloads
Gina Pieters
Educational technology for teaching economics–Where to start and how to grow? pp. 77-84 Downloads
William L. Goffe
Scholarly activity among economists at liberal arts colleges: A life cycle analysis pp. 85-103 Downloads
Jenny Bourne, Nathan D. Grawe, Michael Hemesath and Maya Jensen

Volume 54, issue 4, 2023

Teaching quantitative macroeconomics to undergraduate students using the Solow model: An application to post–WWII Japan pp. 349-363 Downloads
Seth Neumuller
Integrating data science into an econometrics course with a Kaggle competition pp. 364-378 Downloads
Masanori Kuroki
Expanding diversity (in) undergraduate classes with advancements in (the) teaching (of) economics: A symposium pp. 379-381 Downloads
Sam Allgood and KimMarie McGoldrick
Online platforms for classroom experiments: A primer for new adoptees pp. 382-390 Downloads
Alicia Atwood, Tisha L. N. Emerson, Melissa Knox and Mahjuja M. Taznin
Significant learning in introductory macroeconomics: Addressing misconceptions about “others” pp. 391-397 Downloads
Eylem Ersal Kiziler
One nation under stress: A cooperative learning exercise to promote diversity and inclusion in introductory macroeconomics pp. 398-406 Downloads
Basak Horowitz
Inequality and Superfund sites: Using backward design, cooperative learning, and data integration in introductory environmental economics pp. 407-417 Downloads
Anna Klis
Significant learning in principles of economics: A module on the minimum wage pp. 418-428 Downloads
Lisa Giddings and Stephan Lefebvre
Cooperative learning exercises in an online asynchronous economics classroom pp. 429-439 Downloads
Jacqueline Strenio
Using backward design to create a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive principles course pp. 440-452 Downloads
Janine L. F. Wilson
Editorial statistics pp. 453-453 Downloads
KimMarie McGoldrick and Sam Allgood

Volume 54, issue 3, 2023

Economic and financial education for investment and financing decision-making in a graduate degree: Experimental evaluation of the effectiveness of two delivery methods pp. 225-242 Downloads
Manuel Salas-Velasco
Low-stakes writing in an active-learning classroom needs focus and feedback to be effective pp. 243-255 Downloads
Kripa Freitas
Adverse selection and risk pooling in the health insurance market: A classroom demonstration pp. 256-266 Downloads
James Staveley-O’Carroll and Yunwei Gai
Bringing the classroom to the real world: Field trips to marginalized neighborhoods pp. 267-280 Downloads
EeCheng Ong and Timothy Wong
Two models for illustrating the economics of media bias in a policy-oriented course pp. 281-288 Downloads
Michael Cameron
Teaching vaccines using internal-to-the-market externalities pp. 289-300 Downloads
Ziyue Chen, Fatima Djalalova, Casey Rothschild and Annette Hofmann
The regulation dice game: Teaching the effects of entry barriers on wealth creation using an interactive class activity pp. 301-326 Downloads
Joab Corey
Rating sovereign credit risk: A simulation for advanced economics and finance students pp. 327-341 Downloads
Mariam Majd and Amanda Page-Hoongrajok
Trends in undergraduate economics degrees, 2001–2022 pp. 342-346 Downloads
John Siegfried
Economics of Squid Game pp. 347-348 Downloads
Jadrian Wooten and Wayne Geerling

Volume 54, issue 2, 2023

Price discrimination: Teaching new results with simple exercises pp. 103-112 Downloads
Joaquin 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 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
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