International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education
- Editor in Chief
- Dr. Jack Reardon
- ISSN online
- ISSN print
- 4 issues per year
- CiteScore 0.5 (2022)
Key elements of pluralism include respect for diversity/alternative views, toleration, willingness to learn, curiosity, friendliness. Among economists, Edward Fullbrook dissects weaknesses of traditional economics while advocating pluralism; John Groenewegen exhorts universities to incorporate pluralism and connect to other social sciences; Mark Maier and Julie Nelson provide suggestions for making economics relevant to high-school students within a pluralist framework; Jack Reardon offers hands-on approaches for incorporating pluralism in the classroom. IJPEE addresses pluralism's further development and implementation into the classroom.
Topics covered include
- Defining pluralism; what is pluralism, how can we incorporate it into the classroom?
- Rhetoric of pluralism: communicating within/across disciplines
- Teaching theory of the firm from a pluralist perspective
- Teaching pluralism in developing countries
- What can pluralists learn from Adam Smith and other classical economists?
- Incorporating pluralism into online courses
- Using pluralism to construct a framework for solving global problems
- Are there limits to extending pluralism?
- Pluralism and the individual
- Pluralism as a central component of honours courses
- Pluralism at the community college, encouraging pluralism at high school level
- Necessary mathematics for pluralism
- Reaching out to other social sciences
- Teaching ecology, understanding the financial crisis from a pluralist perspective
- Pluralism and system dynamics
The objectives of IJPEE are:
- to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas thereby fostering communication within the growing pluralist community;
- to advance the techniques and concepts of pluralist economics by providing practical suggestions to incorporate pluralism into the classroom;
- to offer teachers and educators interested in pluralism an outlet for their research; and
- to change the emphasis of economic education by making pluralism a central feature.
We expect an international audience, not just in Europe and North America but also in Central America, Asia and the former Soviet Union. Pluralism is vital for solving our pressing economic and ecological problems, in developed and developing countries.
Issue will contain solicited articles and a book review section. In addition, two sections, “Notes, Communications and Dialogue” and “Pedagogical Techniques”, will be included to foster communication and implement pluralist techniques. Each issue will contain articles of interest to all pluralist economists, as well as more specialised articles devoted to teaching pluralism in the classroom, book reviews and the notes section. IJPEE will also publish special issues devoted to solving current problems from a pluralist perspective.
IJPEE is indexed in:
- Scopus (Elsevier)
- Academic OneFile (Gale)
- cnpLINKer (CNPIEC)
- EconLit (American Economic Association)
- Educational Research Abstracts Online
- Expanded Academic ASAP (Gale)
- Google Scholar
- ACER (Australian Council for Educational Research)
- Info Trac (Gale)
- Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts
IJPEE is listed in:
- National Agency for Evaluation of the University and Research System (ANVUR)
- Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities
Editor in Chief
- Reardon, Jack, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, USA
- Madi, Maria Alejandra Caporale, State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) and World Economics Association (WEA), Brazil
- Bhattacharyya, Sudipta, Visva-Bharati University, India
- Dimante, Dzineta, University of Latvia , Latvia
- Engartner, Tim, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany
- Hermann, Arturo, Italian National Institute of Statistics, Italy
- Keen, Steve, University of Western Sydney, Australia
- Kemp, Tom, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, USA
- O'Hara, Phillip, Global Political Economy Research Unit, Australia
- Reyes Bonilla, Mauro Alejandro, Sergio Arboleda University, Colombia
- Rundshagen, Volker, European University of Applied Sciences, Germany
- Sanchez, Gustavo Vargas, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico
- Söderbaum, Peter, Mälardalen University, Sweden
- Warnecke, Tonia, Rollins College, USA
- Wei, Lu, University of Science and Technology of China, China
- Wheat, I. David, University of Bergen, Norway
- Zaman, Asad, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Pakistan
Editorial Board Members
- Ali, Shujahat, Mirpur University of Science and Technology, Pakistan
- Alperovitz, Gar, University of Maryland, USA
- Azim, Parvez, GC University, Pakistan
- Bigo, Vinca, Euromed Management School, France
- Brown, Judy, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
- Chester, Lynne, University of Sydney , Australia
- Cojanu, Valentin, Bucharest University of Economics, Romania
- Davis, John, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands and Marquette University, USA
- De Ruyter, Alex, University of Birmingham, UK
- Denis, Andy, City University London, UK
- Dereniowska, Małgorzata, Aix-Marseille University, France
- Dohnalová, Marie, Charles University, Czech Republic
- Dow, Sheila, University of Stirling, UK
- Feiner, Susan, University of Southern Maine, USA
- Figart, Deborah M., The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, USA
- Freeman, Alan, University of Greenwich, USA
- Garnett, Rob, Texas Christian University, USA
- Graupe, Silja, Cusanus University, Germany
- Groenewegen, John, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
- Guerrien, Bernard, University Paris 1 the Pantheon-Sorbonne, France
- Islahi, Abdul Azim, King Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia
- Lavoie, Marc, University of Ottawa, Canada
- McCloskey, Deirdre, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
- McDonough, Terrence, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
- Mearman, Andrew, University of the West of England, UK
- Negru, Ioana, Anglia Ruskin University, UK
- Nelson, Julie, Tufts University, USA
- Ozel, Huseyin, Hacettepe University, Turkey
- Peterson, Janice, California State University-Fresno, Fresno, USA
- Pundziene, Asta, ISM University of Management, Lithuania
- Sangle, Shirish, National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), India
- Schuster, Julian, Webster University, USA
- Singh, Pritam, Oxford Brookes University, UK
- Sougou, Omar, Gaston Berger University, Senegal
- Starr, Martha, American University, USA
- Strassmann, Diana, Rice University, USA
- Sumilo, Erika, University of Latvia, Latvia
- Varoufakis, Yanis, University of Athens, Greece
- Ziliak, Steve, Roosevelt University, USA
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Declassifying the best things in life
3 March, 2023
A research paper in the International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education has taken a structured approach to comparing monetary theories. In it the team proposes a taxonomy, a classification, for comparing monetary theories based on their primary monetary function. The work is pertinent in the wake of the 2007/2008 financial crisis as monetary systems face increased scrutiny, and rightly so. The work explores four lines of thought: 'store-of-value', 'medium-of-exchange', 'means-of-payment', and 'unit-of-account', and has applied them to historical examples in their paper. Store-of-value refers to the function of money as a means of preserving the value of purchasing power over time. Medium-of-exchange refers to the function of money as a widely accepted intermediary in the exchange of goods and services. Means-of-payment emphasizes the active role of money as allowing debts to be settled and obligations to be fulfilled. Unit-of-account refers to the function of money as a standard of measurement or unit of value in which prices, wages, and other economic values are expressed [...]More details...