Teaching Economics as if the Last Three Decades had Happened

May 27th, 2014
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Econintersect:  Economics professor Wendy Carlin of University College London was interviewed in April by Viv Davies about the CORE (Curriculum Open-access Resources in Economics) project sponsored by INET (Institute for New Economic Thinking).  The objective of CORE is to update the teaching of economics so that it reflects recent developments in economics and gives students the tools necessary to understand what has happened to the world economically over the past three decades.

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Teaching Economics as if the Last Three Decades had Happened (Wendy Carlin, Voxeu, 20 May 2014)









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