• "Useful Economics" Featuring Justin Wolfers

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  • "The Role of Math in the Principles Course" with Moderator: Diego Mendez-Carbajo; Panelists: Justin Wolfers, Irene Foster, and Alex Gainer

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  • "Hall of fame writing assignments: using real world problems to encourage and assess higher order thinking" Featuring Thomas Andrews

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  • "The Changing Face of Economics Education" with Moderator: Jane Himarios; Panelists: Alex Tabarrok, Jose Vazquez, and Stephen Rubb

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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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  • "Economic Empowerment" with Moderator: Gail Hoyt; Panelists: Betsey Stevenson, Kim Holder, and Kalina Staub

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  • "Why ignorance fails to recognize itself" Featuring David Dunning

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

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  • "A Cultural Comparison of the Impact of Mindfulness on Student Performance" Featuring AJ Sumell

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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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  • "Rockonomix Hits" Featuring Kim Holder

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  • Adapting the Economics Principles Course for the Post-Millennial Generation Part 2, Featuring Eric Chiang

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  • "Economics: What went right?" Featuring Paul Krugman

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  • "What is all the Flipping Out about Flipping? 5 Myths About the Flipped Classroom" Featuring Jose Vazquez

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  • "Are Your Students Absent, Not Absent, or Present? Mindfulness and Student Performance" Featuring AJ Sumell

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  • "Team Based Learning - the original flipped classroom" Featuring Mark Maier

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  • "Teaching with Data" Featuring Diego Mendez-Carbajo

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