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Linking Research and Teaching

Handbook Chapters and Case Studies

"Undergraduate Research in Economics" by KimMarie McGoldrick covers in detail the issues of introducing research projects into the undergraduate curriculum, including two self-contained case studies.

"Problem-Based Learning" by Frank Forsythe is a self-contained guide explaining how to make student research tasks a central part of an economics course.

"Bringing research outputs and processes into the Economics curriculum" is a case study by Mario Pezzino

See also our teaching case studies in the category of Learning Approaches.

Survey Results

Economics lecturers see research and teaching as complements more often than as substitutes, according to our 2003 and 2005 surveys.

Perspectives from our community

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