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International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education (IJPEE)

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'Would women leaders have prevented the global financial crisis?' Teaching critical thinking by questioning a questionJulie A. NelsonVol.4 No.2192-209Free access
Explaining neoclassical economists' pro-growth agenda: does the popular Solow growth model bias economic analysis?Hendrik Van den BergVol.3 No.140-62Free access
Student attitudes toward economic pluralism: survey-based evidenceJohn T. HarveyVol.2 No.3270-290Free access
Contending economic perspectives at a liberal arts college: a 25-year retrospectiveCharles BaroneVol.2 No.119-38Free access
Do feedback diagrams promote learning in macroeconomics?I. David WheatVol.1 No.4343-355Free access
A heterodox teaching of neoclassical microeconomic theoryFrederic S. LeeVol.1 No.3203-235Free access
Plurality to pluralism in economics pedagogy: the role of critical thinkingIoana NegruVol.1 No.3185-193Free access
Haiku economics: little teaching aids for big economic pluralistsStephen T. ZiliakVol.1 No.1/2108-129Free access