College of Business
Eastern New Mexico University-Main Campus
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Using State-Level Data to Study Nominal and Real GDP, Part 1—GDP Deflators and Inflation Rates part of Starting Point: Teaching and Learning Economics:Teaching Methods:Quantitative Writing:Examples
Calculation of state-level GDP deflators and inflation rates "Using FRED" section.
Which U.S. President generated the highest budget deficits? part of Starting Point: Teaching and Learning Economics:Teaching Methods:Interactive Lecture Demonstrations:Examples
Students compare budget deficits and surpluses generated between 1969 and 2008 measured in nominal terms and then as a percentage of GDP.
What is the opportunity cost of attending class? part of Starting Point: Teaching and Learning Economics:Teaching Methods:Interactive Lecture Demonstrations:Examples
Students calculate the opportunity cost of attending one class. The exercise reinforces learning about implicit, explicit and total opportunity costs.
Interactive Lecture Demonstrations part of Starting Point-Teaching Entry Level Geoscience:Interactive Lecture Demonstrations
Created by Dorothy Merritts, Robert Walter (Franklin & Marshall College), Bob MacKay (Clark College). Enhanced by Mark Maier with assistance from Rochelle Ruffer, Sue Stockly and Ronald Thornton Interactive ...
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Using State-Level Data to Study Unemployment Rates part of Pedagogy in Action:Library:Using Federal Reserve Economic Data :Examples
Students use FRED to obtain regional, state, or county unemployment data. Unemployment rates can be used to describe the business cycle, to make multistate comparisons or to make comparisons to the U.S. economy.
Sue Stockly part of Starting Point: Teaching and Learning Economics:About this Project:Project Participants
Associate Professor of Economics College of Business, Station 49 Eastern New Mexico University firstname.lastname@example.org Phone:575-562-2364 Background Information Sue Stockly is originally from New Mexico where she ...