Magazine article Teaching Business & Economics

A Message from the New Chair

Magazine article Teaching Business & Economics

A Message from the New Chair

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As the new Chair of the EBEA, as from September, I find that I am facing many fresh challenges. Inevitably this raises questions about where to concentrate efforts. It is very clear that I should be looking at EBEA issues as a whole and not at who should review the next new textbook.

As a classroom resource specialist, I have really enjoyed working on the journal team, so much so that I am sure to take a continuing interest. But I must relinquish the job of Reviews Editor and the editing of the Economics in the Classroom section. Anyway, it's time for new blood; I have been doing the reviews for five years and the classroom section for two. Before I started as reviews editor, a much-respected member of the EBEA told me that it was the best job in the Association. He painted a picture of wining and dining at publishers' expense and hinted at other possible perks. …

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