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Asynchronicity, access, and content: teaching economics in a shifting landscape

In: Teaching Principles of Microeconomics


  • Belinda Archibong
  • Olivia Bobrownicki
  • Rajiv Sethi
  • Homa Zarghamee


The Covid-19 pandemic accelerated certain trends that were already incipient in the content and delivery of higher education, including open-access resource creation and asynchronous or livestreamed instruction. In this chapter, we focus on instruction in microeconomics, and describe three innovations - the Curriculum Open-Access Resources in Economics (CORE) Project, the National Education Equity Lab, and Outlier - that are reinforcing and crystallizing these effects to bring accredited courses to audiences beyond existing elite institutions.

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  • Belinda Archibong & Olivia Bobrownicki & Rajiv Sethi & Homa Zarghamee, 2023. "Asynchronicity, access, and content: teaching economics in a shifting landscape," Chapters, in: Mark Maier & Phil Ruder (ed.), Teaching Principles of Microeconomics, chapter 4, pages 44-58, Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eechap:20144_4

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