Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research

The Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research is a peer-reviewed journal published annually by Allied Academies. The journal covers economics and economic research education at the collegiate and K-12 grade levels.

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 3, September

Attitudes of Economic Educators toward Markets in Eastern Europe & the Former Soviet Union by Reform Status of the Educator's Country
INTRODUCTION From 1995 through 2006, the Council for Economic Education (CEE) in New York, through its Cooperative Education Exchange Program (CEEP), conducted a series of economics seminars for educators from Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet...
Comparative Analysis of the Levels of Financial Literacy among Students in the U.S., Belarus, and Japan
INTRODUCTION Financial literacy is very important for any society to be successful and competitive in a global community. Financially and economically literate people will make informed decisions as consumers, producers, investors, and citizens....
Exchange Rate Offer Curves: Two Examples from the Headlines
INTRODUCTION Many observers believe that the economic relationship between the U.S. and China is a major factor contributing to the recent economic crisis (The Economist, 2009; Highfill, 2008). Well before the crisis the large current account deficit...
Has the Student Performance in Managerial Economics Been Affected by the Class Size of Principles of Microeconomics?
INTRODUCTION The impact of class size at the college level on students' performance has long been of interest. It is generally believed that the student-instructor interaction in a small class is more effective than in a large class. Yet, state-owned...
Price Inflation and GDP Growth-What Matters Most? Evidence from Egypt and India
INTRODUCTION Analyzing GDP growth rates trend between the two countries during the period; it is shown that it is higher in India though both countries almost have the same trend. [FIGURE 1 OMITTED] The two countries started by a decline in...
School of Study and Financial Literacy
INTRODUCTION Personal financial literacy is important to understanding the basic financial issues that most individuals and families must deal with in our modern society. Even if an individual has a defined benefit plan that will hopefully meet...
The Relationship between Music and Student Enjoyment of Economics Class: How to Compete with Grand Theft Auto, Crack and Chlamydia!
INTRODUCTION Instructors continually strive to make their classes interesting and enjoyable to students. Unfortunately, as Phil Jupitus said on the BBC radio show The News Quiz, they are "competing with Grand Theft Auto, crack, chlamydia, any number...
Victims and Victors: Facing the Challenges of Changing Times
Oppugn thee not the winds of change, Pray they billow thine sails unfurled. Lest eternal shoreless doldrums Be thy lot in tomorrow's world. Tom Stevens PROLEGOMENON It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory. ...
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