Panel on Designing a Heterodox Economic Curriculum - Eastern Economic Association Annual Conference

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URPE (Union for Radical Political Economics Panel 16. Title: Designing a Heterodox Curriculum Session Organizer: Ron Baiman (, Benedictine University) Session Chair: Ron Baiman (, Benedictine University) Panelists in order of appearance: “The Profound Implications of Continuing to Teach 'Supply and Demand' Instead of 'Demand and Cost' in Intro Economics Courses - an Unequal Exchange Application,” Ron Baiman (, Benedictine University) “Developing Heterodox Economics Curriculum,” Geert Dhondt (, John Jay College of Criminal Justice) “Can We Teach an Alternative Introduction to Microeconomics?” Gerald Friedman (, University of Massachusetts, Amherst) “A Classical Political Economy Curriculum,” Anwar Shaikh (, New School for Social Research) Discussants: (in order of appearance): Scott Cater (, University of Tulsa), John Summa (, Univ. of Vermont).

Recorded by John Summa, Dept. of Economics (, Univ. of Vermont)

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  • Production Date: 02/24/2017
  • Catalog Number: none
  • Archive Number: 10912
  • Series: none
  • Length: *1:17:25
  • Town: National
  • Geography: International
  • Event Type: General
  • Content Type: Other


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