Assessment Materials in Heterodox Economics

Fred Lee, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Test and problem set for a module in American Economic History Since 1865 for 3rd year students.

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Piet Keizer, Utrecht University

A total of 45 multi-part questions, with answering guidelines, to accompany the booklet.

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Nick Potts, Southampton Solent University

The student handout for a Level 2 Business Studies module in the economics of the European Business Environment includes many past exam and coursework questions.

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Andy Denis, City University London

This is a sample examination paper in the 3rd year module in HET at City.

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Fred Lee, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Paper assignment for a History of Economic Thought module for 2nd and 3rd year students.

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Fred Lee, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Tests for Intro to Micro for 1st year students.

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Fred Lee, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Test for Intermediate Micro module for 2nd year students.

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Marina Della Giusta, University of Reading

Examination with marking guidelines for module in Macroeconomic Policy in Developing Counties.

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Fred Lee, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Tests for a module in Radical Political Economy for 3rd year students.

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Julian Wells, Kingston University London

This is a literature search and review in which students have to assess a current debate between Ronald Coase and Benjamin Klein (and others).

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Suzanne Berger and Michael Piore, MIT

Syllabus, reading list, reading questions and essay suggestions from a graduate level course taught in 2010.

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