What is the Committee?
The Committee on Economic Education is a standing committee of the American Economic Association that has been in existence in one form or another since 1955. The mission of the Committee is to improve the quality of economics education at all levels: pre-college, college, adult, and general education. The Committee sponsors regular paper sessions and workshops at the annual Allied Social Science Association Meetings.
The Third Annual AEA Conference on Teaching (at the undergraduate and graduate levels) and Research in Economic Education (all levels, including precollege) will be held May 29 to May 31, 2013 in Chicago, hosted by the Committee on Economic Education, in cooperation with the Journal of Economic Education and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. The conference is at the Renaissance Chicago Downtown. The first night of the conference will include a tour of the Money Museum and dinner at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Plenary talks will be given by John List, Steven Levitt, and Derek Neal, and Dan Sullivan (Director of Research of the Chicago Fed).
Submissions are now closed - the deadline was December 15, 2012. To see past CEE conference presentations, program and schedule of events click here. Questions about submissions should be sent to Tisha Emerson at Tisha_Nakao@baylor.edu. The deadline for final corrections to the program is May 13th.
Schedule | Program
Registration and Housing for the 2013 Conference on Teaching and Research on Economic Education (CTREE) is officially closed. If you would still like to attend, please contact Gwyn Loftis at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information regarding registration and housing.
If you need to make changes to an existing hotel registration, please contact the Renaissance Chicago Downtown at 312-372-7200. Cancellations must be made by 4:00 p.m. day of arrival, or you will be charged one night’s room and tax or if you are a no-show.