Call for Papers and Presentations
Presentation Submission Information
If you are interested in presenting, please send a 350-500 word abstract to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Approved presentations will be advised via email.
The following list shows the papers/presentations already on our agenda for the 4th Annual Conference!
From Television to Textbook, In Your Business
Timothy W. Scales
Indiana University East
Bringing Economics to Life (and Life to Economics!)
An Animated View of Demand and Supply
Using Gapminder for Time Series Macroeconomic Data in the Classroom
Stephen F. Austin State University
Certificate of Need Regulation in the Nursing Home Industry: Has it Outlived its Usefulness?
Barbara J. Caldwell
Saint Leo University
Using Our WITS in the Classroom
University of Texas at Dallas
I Must Say, The Mind Reels: The Economic Milieu of Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Overfishing and Global Warming Experiment in Class (with Aplia)
Central Connecticut State University
Web 2.0 and Economics in the Classroom: YouTube, Blogs, Wikis, etc.
Davin Winger and David Miller
Oaklahoma Panhandle State University
Simplified Teaching of Economics: Passion and a Piece of Chalk
Penn State University
Teaching Economics Using Experiments
Wichita State University
Using Standardized Testing to Assess Student Learning in Introductory Economics Courses
Richard H. Courtney
Kara T. Boatman
Saint Mary’s College of California