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Data Resources and Econometric Techniques

In: International Handbook on Teaching and Learning Economics

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  • William Bosshardt
  • Peter E. Kennedy

The International Handbook on Teaching and Learning Economics provides a comprehensive resource for instructors and researchers in economics, both new and experienced. This wide-ranging collection is designed to enhance student learning by helping economic educators learn more about course content, pedagogic techniques, and the scholarship of the teaching enterprise.

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  • Gail M. Hoyt & KimMarie McGoldrick (ed.), 2011. "International Handbook on Teaching and Learning Economics," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 13836.
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