• "Using Macroeconomics to teach Data Visualization" Featuring Ryan Herzog

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  • "When to teach market power in a principles course? Beginning, End, Everywhere?" Moderator: Matthew Davis; Panelists: Jim Booker, Smita Ramnarain, Alex Gainer, & Stephen Rubb

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  • “Beyond Bullet Points: Enhancing PowerPoint Slides for Better Student Engagement” Featuring Eric Chiang

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  • “A different way of teaching economics principles to non-economics majors” Featuring Steven Pearlstein

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  • Frozen Price Game

    Author:  Lori Alden Audience:  High school and college economics students Time required:  About 50 minutes   Summary:  This game demonstrates the advantages of price allocation ...
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  • "Useful Economics" Featuring Justin Wolfers

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  • "Guns, Butter, and Dr. Seuss" Featuring Sarah Jenyk

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  • "Experiments in Introductory Economics" Featuring Robert Gazzale

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  • "The Microeconomics of Baking Cookies: Teaching with Cooking Demonstrations" Featuring Jim Hornsten

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  • "Small is Beautiful (and Effective): Teaching and Learning in Modules." Featuring Clare Battista

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  • Kazakhstan: A Country Looking Brightly Toward Its Future

    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...
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  • Supporting Panda Research and Conservation in Chengdu, China

    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. Sinc...
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  • Alex & Tyler's Economist's Christmas

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  • Jennifer Imazeki: The human dimension of economics

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  • Jose Vazquez: The Problem is Not THIS Textbook: The Problem is THE Textbook Itself

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  • Alan Krueger: Economics Matters

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  • Betsey Stevenson: Making Economics More Inclusive

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  • Kalina Staub: Low Cost Tips to Support Student Learning

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  • James Tierney: When Will I Need This Again??

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  • Alex Tabarrok: The Central Importance of the P=MC Condition.

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