Economic Education

Some articles on economic education, economics, economic, education:

Journal Of Economic Education
... The Journal of Economic Education (JEE) offers original peer-reviewed articles on teaching economics ... Bach (Stanford University) wrote in the American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings (1971) that the JEE was to be the forum for scholarly work ... In the early days, the Council for Economic Education (then call the Joint Council and later the National Council) oversaw publication of the JEE, and members of the ...
Noam Chomsky - Thought - Politics
... Anti-statism Consensus democracy Common ownership Commons Commune Decentralized planning (economics) Decentralization Direct democracy Dual power Class struggle Economic democracy ... Autonomism Collectivist anarchism Council communism Fourierism Gandhian economics Insurrectionary anarchism Libertarian Marxism Left communism Luxemburgism Mutualism Participism Platformism Social anarchism ... to it as "the war on certain drugs." He favors drug policy reform, in education and prevention rather than military or police action as a means of reducing drug use ...
Angelo State University College Of Business - Center For Economic Education
... The Center for Economic Education at Angelo State University was founded in 1975 ... Its primary purpose is to help raise economic literacy in public school teachers in Texas ... is affiliated with the Texas Council on Economic Education and the National Council on Economic Education ...
Eindhoven University Of Technology - Research - Research Schools
... research program in the area of user-system interaction, and to offer an education program to PhD students who have entered the field ... Its main focus is on Ph.D education in all areas relating to these fields ... in the Netherlands, through coordinated research and education ...

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