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The Journal of Economic Education

1996 - 2021

Current editor(s): William Walstad

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Volume 52, issue 3, 2021

Broadening perceptions of economics in a new introductory economics sequence pp. 175-191 Downloads
Ann Owen and Paul Hagstrom
Money growing on trees: A classroom game about payments for ecosystem services and tropical deforestation pp. 192-217 Downloads
Sahan Dissanayake and Sarah Jacobson
Team-based learning in economics: A symposium pp. 218-219 Downloads
Sam Allgood and KimMarie McGoldrick
Getting started with team-based learning (TBL): An introduction pp. 220-230 Downloads
Phil Ruder, Mark H. Maier and Scott P. Simkins
Team-based learning (TBL): Putting learning sciences research to work in the economics classroom pp. 231-240 Downloads
Scott P. Simkins, Mark H. Maier and Phil Ruder
Challenges and lessons: Design and implementation of a multi-site evaluation of team-based learning pp. 241-248 Downloads
Katherine Carson, Hiuko Adams, Jimena Gonzalez-Ramirez, Craig Heinicke, James Michael Latham, Mark Maier, C. Lucy Malakar, Phil Ruder and Scott P. Simkins
Transitioning to a team-based learning principles course pp. 249-256 Downloads
Marcelo Clerici-Arias
TBL Fridays: Using team-based learning to engage in policy debates in an introductory class pp. 257-263 Downloads
Alan Green
Trends in undergraduate economics degrees, 2001–2020 pp. 264-267 Downloads
John Siegfried

Volume 52, issue 2, 2021

Chair the Fed: Insights from game usage data pp. 89-101 Downloads
Evgeniya Duzhak, K. Jody Hoff and Jane S. Lopus
Teaching an economics capstone course with a policy focus pp. 102-113 Downloads
Joseph C. Morreale and Anna Shostya
Don’t just read the news, write the news! — A course about writing economics for the media pp. 114-127 Downloads
Julien Picault
Learning by Giving in an introductory economics of altruism course pp. 128-140 Downloads
Julia Paxton
Learning by Giving applied in an upper-level course on the Economics of Altruism, Philanthropy, and Nonprofit Organizations pp. 141-155 Downloads
Gail M. Hoyt
What do economic education scholars study? Insights from machine learning pp. 156-172 Downloads
Jose M. Fernandez, Erin Yetter and Kim Holder
Options strategies pp. 173-173 Downloads
Andrew McKenzie, Billy Ellis, James Smartt and Wei Yang
Looking for innovative pedagogy? An online economics instructor’s toolbox pp. 174-174 Downloads
Julien Picault

Volume 52, issue 1, 2021

A meta-analysis of technology: Interventions in collegiate economics classes pp. 1-16 Downloads
Marianne Johnson and Martin E. Meder
The cognitive challenges of effective teaching pp. 17-40 Downloads
Stephen L. Chew and William J. Cerbin
How can economists use the cognitive challenges framework to enhance economic education? pp. 41-52 Downloads
Sam Allgood and KimMarie McGoldrick
Does graduate economics education address the cognitive challenges of effective teaching? pp. 53-63 Downloads
Wendy A. Stock
Designing and communicating new pedagogy ideas in economics pp. 64-72 Downloads
William Bosshardt
The cognitive challenges of effective teaching and contribution opportunities to the Features and Information section of the Journal of Economic Education pp. 73-81 Downloads
Gail M. Hoyt and Roisin O’Sullivan
Online implementation of portions of “the cognitive challenges of effective teaching” pp. 82-88 Downloads
William L. Goffe

Volume 51, issue 3-4, 2020

Immediate feedback assessment technique (IF-AT) quizzes and student performance in microeconomic principles courses pp. 211-226 Downloads
Lauren Calimeris and Edward Kosack
Measuring economic competence of secondary school students in Germany pp. 227-242 Downloads
Tim Kaiser, Luis Oberrauch and Günther Seeber
Who benefits from regular class participation? pp. 243-256 Downloads
Lei Tang, Shanshan Li, Emma Auden and Elizabeth Dhuey
Assessing the impact of research capstone preparation in the economics curriculum pp. 257-270 Downloads
Priscilla Cooke St. Clair, Lynn Hunnicutt and Karen Travis
A mixed methods approach to uncover common error patterns in student reasoning of supply and demand pp. 271-286 Downloads
Aaron J. Staples, Hillary M. Sackett-Taylor, Jason Forgue, Stephanie B. Brewer and Supriya Sarnikar
Using the movie Joy to teach innovation and entrepreneurship pp. 287-296 Downloads
John Dalton and Andrew J. Logan
Reimagining the introductory material in teaching money creation and monetary policy pp. 297-316 Downloads
Andre Neveu
Learning Tableau: A data visualization tool pp. 317-328 Downloads
Steven Batt, Tara Grealis, Oskar Harmon and Paul Tomolonis
“Tackling the federal debt problem fairly”: Context for the introductory class pp. 329-331 Downloads
Sam Allgood and KimMarie McGoldrick
Tackling the federal debt problem fairly pp. 332-358 Downloads
William Gale
Trends in undergraduate economics degrees, 2001–2019 pp. 359-363 Downloads
John Siegfried
Expanding and diversifying the pool of undergraduates who study economics: Insights from a new introductory course at Harvard pp. 364-379 Downloads
Amanda Bayer, Gregory Bruich, Raj Chetty and Andrew Housiaux
Economics is a Kahoot! pp. 380-380 Downloads
Jadrian Wooten, Charity-Joy Acchiardo and G. Dirk Mateer
Editorial statistics pp. 381-381 Downloads
The Editors

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
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