The Handbook for Economics Lecturers

8.6 Articles on comparative approach

Barone, C. (1991). 'Contending Perspectives: Curricular Reform in Economics', Journal of Economic Education, 22: 15-26. http://www.jstor.org/stable/1182330

Bridges, D. (1992). 'Enterprise and Liberal Education', Journal of Philosophy of Education, 26 (1): 91-8. DOI:10.1111/j.1467-9752.1992.tb00267.x

Clarke, P. and Mearman, A. (2001). 'Heterodoxy, Educational Aims and the Design of Economics Programmes', Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 5 (2): 43-57.

Clarke, P. and Mearman, A. (2003). 'Why Marxist Economics Should be taught but Probably won't be!', Capital and Class, 79: 55-80. DOI:10.1177/030981680307900105

Earl, P. (2000). 'Indeterminacy in the Economics Classroom', in S. Boehm, S. Frowen and J. Pheby (eds.) Economics as an Art of Thought: Essays in Memory of GLS Shackle, London: Routledge.

Goodwin, N. and Harris, J. (2001). 'Better Principles: New Approaches to Teaching Introductory Economics', GDAE Institute Working Paper 01-05.

Knoedler, J. and Underwood, D. (2003). 'Teaching the Principles of Economics: A Proposal for a Multiparadigmatic Approach', Journal of Economic Issues, 37 (3): 697-725. http://www.jstor.org/stable/4227928