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Amber Alaeddin
I have already signed up for the course and am currently enrolled in the temporary access format of the website. However, I have just purchased the access code with my loose leaf text and cannot find where to enter my access code to gain full access to the course. 
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Eric Chiang
When I mentioned to friends that I was planning a trip to Kazakhstan, the most common response was “that’s where Borat is from”, referring to the fictional character portrayed by Sasha Baron Cohen in the popular 2006 comedy film. But unlike the impoverished backward nation portrayed in the movie, visitors to Kazakhstan will find a destination far… (Show more)
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Eric Chiang
Among the most famous and popular animals in the world is the panda bear, whose existence in the forests of central China had been threatened by deforestation and economic development throughout the 20th century. Since the 1970s, however, conservation efforts have allowed the panda population to nearly double, allowing scientists and tourists from… (Show more)
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Catherine Sofia
I have two accounts which I made for my macroeocomics and microeconomics classes. Please do help me to open my sapling learning without having to pay again. Thank you so much
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Alex Tabarrok
Wondering what you should get your friends and family for Christmas this year? Listen in to find out what an economist would do about Christmas gifts. Don’t forget to have your students watch this!
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Sonya Tiratsuyan
The human dimension of economics: Using cost-benefit analysis to promote empathy and help our students be better people. Cost-benefit analysis, if taken seriously and applied thoughtfully, can help build empathy, one of the most important life skills our students can develop. By emphasizing the human dimension of cost-benefit analysis, not only…
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Sonya Tiratsuyan
Recent improvements in technology are beginning to erode the usefulness of textbooks to students. In addition to written content, multimedia content is much more readily available through other sources that are not only more cost effective, but sometimes better in quality. Therefore, it merits instructors to debate whether we should continue to…
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Sonya Tiratsuyan
What is TBL and why is it emerging as a proven model for improving student success? Solina Lindahl will discuss her experience using the TBL model in her recent principles courses; why it works, how it addresses engagement issues and the why it isn't as hard to make the switch as you might fear.
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Sonya Tiratsuyan
This talk will discuss how principles courses can be adapted to teach economics the way that economics is done in practice. In particular, Krueger will discuss how behavioral economics, quantitative data analysis, and lessons from the financial crisis can be incorporated into the standard principles course to challenge students, enhance their…
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