IREE Volume 7 Issue 2, 2008


Research in Economics Education

Does Downloading PowerPoint Slides Before the Lecture Lead to Better Student Achievement?
Jennjou Chen and Tsui-Fang Lin

Learning Economics by Servicing: a Mexican Experience of Service-Learning in Microenterprises
Alejandro Mungaray, Martín Ramírez-Urquidy, Michelle Texis, David Ledezma and Natanael Ramírez

Practice in Economics Education

When Service is Good for Economics: Linking the Classroom and Community through Service-Learning
Andrea L. Ziegert and KimMarie McGoldrick

Ideology, Instrumentality and Economics Education: on the Secretion of Values within Philanthropy, Financial Capability and Enterprise Education in English Schools
Howard Gibson

Teaching Mixed Strategy Nash Equilibrium to Undergraduates
Kenneth Garrett and Evan Moore


Do Managerial Economics Textbooks Cover Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility?
Sharon L. Green and Jane S. Lopus

The Soulful Science: What Economists Really Do and Why It Matters
Helen H. Roberts

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