Volume 8, Issue 3

July 24, 2023
The Covid-19 pandemic presents an opportunity for economic educators to teach fiscal policy through cooperative learning. This paper presents a lesson that has students evaluate a […]
July 22, 2023
This article presents three novel ways of enhancing student reflection on assignments for better concept mapping and improved learning outcomes in the economics classroom. All three […]
July 21, 2023
Groups of microeconomic principles students analyze the impact of Porter’s five competitive forces on an existing company. Five essays cover the forces: suppliers, substitutes, buyers, rivals, […]
July 20, 2023
Using a public data set of Major League Baseball salaries and on-field statistics, this paper runs regressions for all possible combinations of the selected control variables […]
May 3, 2022
The Teaching Economics with Moneyball website (https://www.moneyballsimulator.info/) includes material we have identified, created, and collated over the years and includes updates to a simulator that can […]