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Teaching , Student Work , Dooley Dose of Economics / 1 week ago

Introducing: Dooley Dose of Economics

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Teaching , Useful R Finds / 5 months ago

R to Python: Resources for Students Transitioning Languages in Econometrics

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Teaching / 6 months ago

How to College: 14 Tips for Students Entering College

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Equity in Education: An Analysis of China’s “Double Reduction” Policy from a Utopian Socialist Perspective

Equity in Education: An Analysis of China’s “Double Reduction” Policy from a Utopian Socialist Perspective

Introduction On July 23, 2021, The General Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the General Office of the State Council jointly issued a policy statement titled “Opinions ...

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Legal Recreational Marijuana Sales and College Applications

Legal Recreational Marijuana Sales and College Applications

Recently, myself and coauthor Dr. Joshua Hess of the University of South Carolina were interviewed about our research on the impact of legal marijuana sales on collegiate application quantity and quality. ...

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H.E.R.O. Profile—Joan Robinson

H.E.R.O. Profile—Joan Robinson

Not Known Enough A trailblazer, iconoclast, innovator, and disruptor in economic theory and academia, Joan Violet Robinson (nee Maurice) (1903-1983) would profoundly contribute to thought that remains ...

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Over-The-Top Wordle: Data Analysis

Over-The-Top Wordle: Data Analysis

Preface: If you're not acquainted with Wordle, there is a basis that would be helpful for understanding this article. Definitely check it out here: https://www.powerlanguage.co.uk/wordle/. Wordle has ...

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Responding to "The Great Faculty Disengagement" Article

Responding to "The Great Faculty Disengagement" Article

Recently, Kevin R. McClure and Alisa Hicklin Fryar wrote an article for the Chronicle of Higher Education, entitled The Great Faculty Disengagement. Not surprisingly, a slew of faculty at my college retweeted ...

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Open Call for Blog Entries

Open Call for Blog Entries

As the Spring 2022 semester is set to begin, one singular focus of mine is to get more info out there for entries about lesser known economic thinkers, historical or otherwise. Of course, students will ...

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2022--New Year, More Posts

2022--New Year, More Posts

Despite what looks to be another year of pivoting, my hope for this website was to present an opportunity for informal weigh-ins, thoughts on teaching, cool research finds, and student publishing. My New ...

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