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. 6, No. 1, January

Mainstreaming Mutual Funds
ABSTRACT Investment techniques are a basic skill lacked by many Americans and not always taught to students. Even with the frenzy surrounding the stock market in the last decade, many educators have overlooked including basic financial economic...
The Contingent Workforce
ABSTRACT The perceived increase in the use of contingent work arrangements, such as consulting, contracting, and temporary employment, has led to the concern of the creation of a disposable workforce. Both the employment instability and poor compensation...
The Impact of Dominant Religion on International Trade
ABSTRACT The destruction of New York's World Trade Center by religious fanatics on September 11, 2001 led many commentators to question whether religion and globalization are compatible. The relationship is complicated by its theoretical ambiguity:...
The Monetary Approach to Balance of Payments: A Review of the Seminal Long-Run Empirical Research
ABSTRACT This paper provides a review of the seminal long-run empirical research on the monetary approach to the balance of payments with a comprehensive reference guide to the literature. The paper reviews the three major alternative theories of...
The Potential of Biotechnology: Promises, Perils, Perplexities-A Survey of Impacts on Relevant Economic Sectors
ABSTRACT Biotechnology is the latest scientific innovation that shows great economic promise but also raises many immediate as well as long term societal concerns. In the current state of the art, biotechnology has four broad areas of economic application:...
World War I to World War IV: A Democratic-Economic Perspective
ABSTRACT This paper analyses the idea that the world has not only experienced World War I and World War II but has also fought World War III and is currently waging World War IV. Socio-political and economic factors are applied to the wars of the...

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