Economics Educator: Courses, Cases & Teaching eJournal
Editor: William Walstad
University of Nebraska at Lincoln

This eJournal is devoted to advancing the scholarship of teaching and learning economics encouraging contributors to combine ideas in economics with current ideas about teaching and learning, in a way that is public, open to critique, and in a form on which others can build in a timely manner. Unlike refereed journals, this electronic journal does not subject submissions to review but will publish abstracts as works in progress with links to the full-text working papers in the SSRN database. Eligible submissions could provide descriptions of innovative courses, case studies, student activities and other teaching materials and information related to the manner in which economics is taught or its teaching assessed at the post-secondary level. (Note: Suitable material submitted to the Journal of Economic Education (http://www.Indiana.edu/~econed) will be considered automatically for inclusion in Economics Educator, thus, giving potential JEE authors worldwide visibility for their work during the extensive JEE refereeing and editorial process.)

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Economics Educator: Courses, Cases & Teaching eJournal Advisory Board
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Editor: William Walstad
University of Nebraska at Lincoln

Sam Allgood

William L. Goffe

Paul W. Grimes

KimMarie McGoldrick

Michael W. Watts