This is a page of the Heterodox Economics education site, led by Andy Denis, City University, London as part of the TRUE Project

Syllabi

American Economic History Since 1865

Fred Lee (University of Missouri-Kansas City)

Syllabus for a module in American Economic History Since 1865 for 3rd year students.

Behavioural Economics

John Tomer (Manhattan College)

Syllabus for a Seminar in Behavioral Economics.

The Co-Evolution of Markets, Citizens and Politics

Laszlo Bruszt and Sven Steinmo (European University Institute)

Syllabus for a course discussing different approaches to the evolution of modern political economies.

Comparative Political Economy

Steven Vogel (University of California, Berkeley)

Syllabus for a course offering a broad survey of some of the major debates in comparative political economy today.

The Consumer Society

Brian Roach (Tufts University)

Syllabus for a multidisciplinary course on the causes and consequences of modern consumerism.

Development Policy

Marina Della Giusta (University of Reading)

Syllabus for a module providing students with a knowledge of the development policies carried out by the IMF and the World Bank.

Environmental Economics and Policy

Brian Roach (Tufts University)

Syllabus for an introductory undergraduate course on environmental and ecological economics.

Feminist Economics - three syllabi

Julie Matthaei (Wellesley College)

Syllabus for a course exploring Feminist Economics.

Deborah Levison (Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs)

Syllabus for a course in Feminist Economics.

Antigone Lyberaki (Panteion University, Athens)

Syllabus for a course in Feminist Economics.

Globalization & Business Strategy

Cyrus Bina (University of Minnesota)

Syllabus for a course reviewing the impact of increasing globalization of the corporate and economic environment.

History of Economic Thought

Andy Denis (City University London)

Student handout and Teaching syllabus for History of Economic Thought, a Part 3 UG optional module for students taking Economics, single and joint honours.

Fred Lee (University of Missouri-Kansas City)

Syllabus for a History of Economic Thought module for 2nd and 3rd year students.

Cyrus Bina (University of Minnesota)

Syllabus for a course in the origin and development of economic thought from Mercantilism onwards.

Marie Duggan (Keene State College)

Syllabus for a course in the history of economic thought.

Industry Structure, Strategy, and Public Policy

Mike Scherer (John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University)

Syllabus for a course building a systematic theoretical framework for analyzing the structure, behavior, and performance of major industries.

Institutions

Richard Adelstein (Wesleyan University)

Syllabus for course in Institutions at Wesleyan University.

Introduction to Microeconomics

Fred Lee (University of Missouri-Kansas City)

Syllabus for Intro to Micro for 1st year students.

Intermediate Microeconomics

Fred Lee (University of Missouri-Kansas City)

Syllabus for Intermediate Micro module for 2nd year students.

Intermediate Economic Analysis

Jan Toporowski (SOAS)

Full teaching syllabus for a Post Keynesian module in Intermediate Economic Analysis at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

Markets

Robert Fannion (Reed College)

Syllabus for a module on markets as social institutions.

Market Dynamics and Technical Change

Sid Winter (Wharton, University of Pennsylvania)

Teaching materials for a module applying the tools of economic analysis to the processes of economic change in a market system:
Module outline
Module syllabus
Explanatory Note on Purpose and Pedagogy.

Political Economy

Cyrus Bina (University of Minnesota)

Syllabus for a course providing a basic knowledge of the subject of political economy.

Poverty, Inequality and Livelihoods

Marina della Giusta (University of Reading)

Outline for a module on poverty and inequality.

Radical Political Economy

Fred Lee (University of Missouri-Kansas City)

Syllabus for a module in Radical Political Economy for 3rd year students.

Studies in Anti-Capitalism

Don Milligan (Manchester Metropolitan University)

Link to course materials for module in "Anti-Capitalism: ideas, objectives and methods of the new social movements".

Transnational Enterprise

Cyrus Bina (University of Minnesota)

Syllabus for a course in the development and transformation of business enterprise within the global economy.

Theory Of Financial Institutions And Policy

Jan Toporowski (SOAS)

Teaching syllabus for a Minskyan MSc-level module on Financial Institutions And Policy, also at SOAS.

The varieties of capitalism: The political-economic systems of the world

Steven Vogel (University of California, Berkeley)

Syllabus for a course examining the interaction between politics and markets, both in theory and in practice, linking classic works on political economy with current policy debates.

Association for Heterodox Economics

Teaching Resources for Undergraduate Economics