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David Berri
When a game ends we know which team won. What we don't know is how each player contributed to the outcome we observed. Coaches -- and perhaps some fans -- might want to think that teams win and lose entirely as a team.  But that is not exactly right. Some players clearly seem to matter more than others. In basketball -- as Sports Economics… (Show more)
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David Berri
The NFC and AFC championship games are this weekend. The quarterbacks in these games -- Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, Drew Brees, and Jared Goff -- are the last signal callers playing and clearly must be the best quarterbacks in the game. Right?   Although these quarterbacks are the only quarterbacks with something to play for anymore, the NFL… (Show more)
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David Berri
The NFC and AFC championship games are this weekend.  The quarterbacks in these games -- Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, Drew Brees, and Jared Goff -- are the last signal callers playing and clearly must be the best quarterbacks in the game. Right? Although these quarterbacks are the only quarterbacks with something to play for anymore, the NFL… (Show more)
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Kasey Greenbaum
This panel will focus on increasing equity and inclusion in the economics classroom through pedagogical innovation, course redesign, and rethinking the introductory economics curriculum. While the focus will be on inclusive practices and designs that increase the number of women undergraduate economics majors, these innovations also tend to make…
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Kasey Greenbaum
Tyler Cowen and Paul Krugman at EconEd 2018.
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Betsey Stevenson: How Can We Teach Government Intervention More Realistically.
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Kasey Greenbaum
The disciplines of neuroscience, biology, and cognitive psychology provide a wide range of research on how our students learn. In the book Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning, James Lang provides readers with many small teaching techniques that apply the knowledge learned from this research. This presentation provides…
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Kasey Greenbaum
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