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Economic Education at the Fed

A brief overview of the Federal Reserve's involvement in economic education efforts.
Rob Grunewald
December 1998 - The Region

Economic Literacy Survey

Results of the Economic Literacy Survey
December 1998 - The Region

Economic Literacy Survey Demographics

December 1998 - The Region

Economists in The Region on their student experiences and the need for economic literacy

Quotes from Alan Blinder, Robert Lucas and others on the need for economic literacy.
December 1998 - The Region

Hope and Danger for Economic Literacy

Todd G. Buchholz
December 1998 - The Region

How Economists Can Improve Economic Education

Teaching them well is part of the solution. But it is not enough. We should increase our participation in programs designed to provide economic training for K-12 economics teachers.
Michael K. Salemi
December 1998 - The Region

Moral Misunderstanding and the Justification of Markets

I suggest that many of our students, including some of our most thoughtful ones, are reluctant to let themselves be captured by the economic way of thinking because they see economic theory as at bott
Paul T. Heyne
December 1998 - The Region

The Case for Economics in the Elementary Classroom

If economics is such an integral part of people's lives and an understanding of economics is critical in helping people comprehend the modern world and make decisions that shape the future, then why i
Bonnie Meszaros, Mary Suiter
December 1998 - The Region

The Challenge of Economic Literacy in Post-Soviet Countries

Russia's economic crisis is the most immediate, but fear runs through the other transition economies of the former Soviet Union and Central and Eastern Europe. What can economic literacy mean in a reg
Patricia K. Elder
December 1998 - The Region

The National Council on Economic Education's Voluntary National Content Standards in Economics

December 1998 - The Region

The Net: The Coming Revolution in Teaching Economics

Publishers of economic textbooks look toward the Web
Kristeen Bullwinkle
December 1998 - The Region

Why Johnny Can't Choose

And what Johnny (and Jane) needs to know to understand the economy.
David S. Dahl
December 1998 - The Region

Why it's Important to Understand Economics

Some may think that economics is too difficult a subject to be taught to children and youth, and that such instruction should wait until college. Nothing could be more incorrect.
William Walstad
December 1998 - The Region

We, the First Americans shows statistics regarding indigenous U.S. citizens

Census statistics offer a picture of how economic life for American Indians on reservations compares with that of the rest of the U.S. population.
July 1998 - Community Dividend

Economics: An Introduction Part I: Overview and Microeconomics Part II: Macroeconomics and Conclusion

Review: Audio Economics Course
David S. Dahl
June 1997 - The Region

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