Economics Related References

Initial Publication Date: June 24, 2010
Abdalla, Adil (1993). "A Country Report Project for an International Economics Class." Journal of Economic Education. (Summer) 231-236.

Cohen, A.J. and J. Spencer. 1993. "Using Writing Across the Curriculum in Economics: Is Taking the Plunge Worth It?," Journal of Economic Education, Vol. 24, Summer.

Crowe, Douglas & Janet Youga. 1986. "Using Writing as a Tool for Learning Economics." Journal of Economic Education. (Summer) 218-222.

Field, William J. , Daniel R. Wachter, and Anthony V. Catanese, 1985. "Alternative Ways to Teach and Learn Economics: Writing, Quantitative Reasoning, and Oral Communication." Journal of Economic Education. 16, No. 3 (Summer), pp 213-217. Greenlaw, Steven A. 2003. "Using Writing to Enhance Student Learning in Undergraduate Economics," International Review of Economics Education, Vol. 1, Issue 1.

Greenlaw, Steven A. 2005. Doing Economics. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin/South-Western/Cengage Learning, Chapters 4, 5, & 12.

Jacobsen, Joyce P. (1994) "Incorporating Data Collection and Written Reports in Microeconomics." Journal of Economic Education. (Winter) 31-43.

Knoblauch, C.H. & Lil Brannon 1983. "Writing as Learning Through the Curriculum." College English. 45, No. 5 (September) 465-474. McCloskey, D. 2000. Economical Writing. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

Palmini, Dennis J. 1996. "Using Rhetorical Cases to Teach Writing Skills and Enhance Economic Learning." Journal of Economic Education, (Summer).

Petr, Jerry L. 1998. "Student Writing as a Guide to Student Thinking." Chapter 15 in William B. Walstad & Phillip Saunders, Teaching Undergraduate Economics: A handbook for instructors, 227-224.

Thomson, William. 2001. A Guide for Young Economists: Writing and Speaking Effectively About Economics. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Wight, Jonathan B. 1999 "Using Electronic Data Tools in Writing Assignments." Journal of Economic Education. 30, No. 1 (Winter), pp.21-27. Wyrick, Thomas L. 1994. The Economist's Handbook: A Research and Writing Guide. St. Paul: West Publishing Company.

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