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AEA-CEE Poster Session

Poster Session

Friday, Jan. 7, 2022 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM (EST)

Saturday, Jan. 8, 2022 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM (EST)

Sunday, Jan. 9, 2022 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM (EST)

Hosted By: American Economic Association & Committee on Economic Education
  • Chair: Rita A. Balaban, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Maximizing Active Learning in Introductory Macroeconomics

Aselia Urmanbetova
,
Georgia Institute of Technology

Building a Principles of Microeconomics for All: Using Backwards Design to Create Online, Hybrid and Face-to-Face Versions of a Principles Course with Active Student Engagement

Janine L.F. Wilson
,
University of California-Davis

Building a Learning Community Using a Multimedia Group Project

Parama Chaudhury
,
University College London
Cloda Jenkins
,
University College London

Applied Economic Analysis and Public Policy

Jeffrey S. Zax
,
University of Colorado-Boulder

Learning About Local Community through Undergraduate Research

Praopan Pratoomchat
,
University of Wisconsin-Superior
Rubana Mahjabeen
,
University of Wisconsin-Superior

Using the Social Science Reproduction Platform to Teach Reproducibility in the Classroom

Aleksandar Bogdanoski
,
University of California-Berkeley
Fernando Hoces de la Guardia
,
University of California-Berkeley
Katherine Hoeberling
,
University of California-Berkeley
Edward Miguel
,
University of California-Berkeley
Lars Vilhuber
,
Cornell University

Using Brainstorming Techniques to Teach Economic Forecasting

Colin Cannonier
,
Belmont University
Bradley D. Childs
,
Belmont University
Howard H. Cochran
,
Belmont University
Lakisha L. Simmons
,
Belmont University
Marieta V. Velikova
,
Belmont University

A Road Map for Online Course Development in Teaching Economics at a Technical University

Jelena Nikolic
,
Wentworth Institute of Technology

Community Partner Involvement in the Assessment of Student Learning: A Case Study in Economics

Carolyne Soper
,
Central Connecticut State University

Gender, Social Accountability and Student Success: Does Anonymity Matter?

Amanda Felkey
,
Lake Forest College
Eva Dziadula
,
University of Notre Dame
Eric Chiang
,
Florida Atlantic University

Voices on the Economy (VOTE)

Amy S. Cramer
,
Voices On The Economy, Inc. and Pima Community College

Understanding the Role and Effectiveness of Alumni Connections on Cooperative Learning

Cynthia Bansak
,
St. Lawrence University
Shuwei Zhang
,
St. Lawrence University

Using ESPN Fantasy Baseball Simulation to Teach Economic Concepts

Oskar Harmon
,
University of Connecticut
Adam Patterson
,
University of Connecticut

Writing about Current Events in the Economics Classroom

Amanda C. Stype
,
Eastern Michigan University
Alicia Atwood
,
Vassar College

Pedagogical Illustrations of Monopsony and Monopoly-Monopsony Models

Mark A. Nadler
,
Ashland University
Jacob W. Brown
,
Ashland University

Introduction to the National Accounts: Gross Domestic Product and Its Components

Brian W. Sloboda
,
University of Phoenix
Yaya Sissoko
,
Indiana University-Pennsylvania

Getting Your Students to Be Dynamic: Lesson and Web App about Market Dynamics in the Long-Run

Dustin R. White
,
University of Nebraska-Omaha
Jamie F. Wagner
,
University of Nebraska-Omaha

Strategies of Creating Inclusive Teaching Environments in Online Courses in the Economics and Finance Curriculum

Sylwia Starnawska
,
State University of New York-Empire State College

Teaching Market Structures with a Competitive Gum Market

Scott Wolla
,
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Andrea Caceres-Santamaria
,
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Teaching Economics with Moneyball

Jadrian J. Wooten
,
Pennsylvania State University
Dustin R. White
,
University of Nebraska-Omaha
JEL Classifications
  • A2 - Economic Education and Teaching of Economics