Issues in pluralistic undergraduate economics education
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Heterodox theories of Economics
Advice on diversifying the curriculum, looking in particular at Feminist Theory, Queer Theory and Post-Colonial Theory, from the Diversifying Economic Quality wiki based at Swarthmore College, USA.
Economics as a social science in French lycées: a programme shaped by the evolution of a school discipline
Elisabeth Chatel, IDHE-CNRS-ENS-Cachan, France. January 2010
The latest issue of the International Review of Economics Education (IREE) - Volume 8 Issue 2 (2009) - is a special issue on pluralism in economics education.
The International Journal of Pluralism in Economics Education (IJPEE) is a journal dedicated to "a pluralism of approaches, adapted to the complexity of the objects and to the uncertainty surrounding most of the big questions in economics".
See also these teaching case studies:
Pursuing Pluralism within the Structure of the Orthodox Intro Course
Terrence McDonough, NUI, Galway