Magazine article Teaching Business & Economics

Message from the Editor

Magazine article Teaching Business & Economics

Message from the Editor

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This is the first edition of Teaching Business and Economics that I have edited since taking over from Andrew Ashwin after his three and a half years as editor. I think we have all been grateful for the variety and depth of articles Andrew sourced over his time. I now need your support to ensure that we keep publishing relevant and topical articles for you, our members.

It is not always easy to get colleagues to commit to contributing articles and the EBEA, like other organisations, finds that the demands on members' time and goodwill have increased but teacher input makes the journal far more relevant and interesting. So I make the plea, if you can spare the time and have an interesting, tricky or innovative topic to focus on, please contribute!

One of the wonderful things about the EBEA is that when members do get together the passion for teaching and learning, the respect for the students and a desire to see business, economics and enterprise take their rightful place in the curriculum is clear for all to see. …

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