Economics education
Economics education or economic education is a field within economics that focuses on two main themes: 1) the current state of, and efforts to improve, the economics curriculum, materials and pedagog...
Colosseum (board game)
Colosseum is a board game by Markus Lübke and Wolfgang Kramer, published by Days of Wonder. In the game, players attempt to attract the most spectators to the events in their arena.
The game is p...
Paul A. Dodd
Paul Albert Dodd (July 26, 1902 – August 22, 1992) was an American educator, economist, and labor arbitrator. He served a tenure as professor of economics at the University of California, Los Angeles ...
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UBC Department of Economics
The UBC Department of Economics gained School status by approval of UBC's Senate and Board of Governors in the fall of 2012, and is now called the Vancouver School of Economics at UBC. Please see the ...
Calamity (board game)
Calamity is a board game released by Games Workshop in 1983.The game was co-designed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, along with Ian Livingstone and Derek Carver, with a theme based around the world of high ri...
Cleopatra and the Society of Architects
Cleopatra and the Society of Architects is a board game by Bruno Cathala and Ludovic Maublanc, published in 2006 by Days of Wonder. In the game, players attempt to become the richest architect that s...
Dhaka School of Economics
Dhaka School of Economics (DScE) (Bengali: ঢাকা স্কুল অব ইকোনমিক্স) is a post graduate institution of University of Dhaka. DScE founded in 2010, following the model of London School of Economics to p...
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The School of Economics and Management, Khazar University
Since its formation in 1991, the School of Economics and Management (İqtisadiyyat və Menecment fakültəsi) at Khazar University has been a leading business school in Azerbaijan. It pioneered the introd...
Blue Marble Game
Blue Marble Game (부루마불게임) is a Korean board game similar to Monopoly manufactured by Si-Yat-Sa. While Monopoly is traditionally played across locations in a single city, the Blue Marble Game features ...
Bailout! The Game
Bailout! The Game is a board game created in 2008 by Jordy and Shari Sopourn. The Sopourns, a married couple living in South Florida, were trying to explain the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP)—be...
Test of Economic Knowledge
The Test of Economic Knowledge or TEK is a standardized test of economics nationally norm-referenced in the United States for use in middle schools and in lower-grade levels of high schools. It is on...
UBC Vancouver School of Economics
The Vancouver School of Economics (also known as VSE ) is a school of the University of British Columbia located in Vancouver, BC. The School consistently ranks as one of the top 25 in the world and...
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Economics Education and Research Consortium
The Economics Education and Research Consortium (EERC) is an organization founded with the purpose of improving economics education and research within the Commonwealth of Independent States. Establis...
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Markos Mamalakis
Markos Mamalakis (Greek: Μάρκος Μαμαλάκης; born October 30, 1932) is a Greek economist specialising in development economics, particularly in Latin America.Born in Salonika, he graduated from the Expe...
Aplia
Aplia Inc. is an educational technology company founded in 2000 by Stanford University professor Paul Romer that offers online homework products geared toward college-level courses. In March 2007 Ceng...
Bazaleti Summer School of Economics
The Bazaleti Summer School of Economics is organized by the Free University of Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia. This week-long program, held in August, focuses on the latest research on...
Foundation for Teaching Economics
The Foundation for Teaching Economics (FTE) is an organization founded in 1975 that promotes economics education by hosting free workshops for high school students and teachers, and by providing educa...
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Applied Information Science in Economics
The Applied Information Science in Economics is a professional qualification awarded generally in Russian Federation. The degree inherited from the USSR education system also known as Specialist degre...
Test of Economic Literacy
The Test of Economic Literacy or TEL is a standardized test of economics nationally norm-referenced in the United States for use in upper-grade levels of high schools. It is one of four grade-level s...
Cashflow 101
Rich Dad is a brand established by Robert Kiyosaki for a series of educational books and games about personal finance. The trademark is owned by Cashflow Technologies, a corporation established in 199...
Charles Franklin Phillips
Charles Franklin Phillips (May 25, 1910 – March 3, 1998) was the fourth president of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine and a well known economist and author.Phillips was born in New York. He went on t...
Simulations and games in economics education
A simulation game is "a game that contains a mixture of skill, chance, and strategy to simulate an aspect of reality, such as a stock exchange". Similarly, Finnish author Virpi Ruohomäki states that "...
Harry G. Shaffer
Harry G. Shaffer (1919–2009) was Professor Emeritus of the Economics Department at the University of Kansas. He was born on August 28, 1919, in Vienna, Austria. Fluent in German, Shaffer served in W...