Resources

Economics Writing Guide

A Brief Guide for Undergraduate Students

I created this writing guide for students in my Principles of Microeconomics class. This guide is designed to help students better understand what is expected for economics writing assignments and to help them improve their writing. I plan to update this guide in Spring 2022 with an annotated sample essay.

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Gender Economics Teaching Network

Co-organized with Barbara Boelmann (University of Cologne)

This network is designed to aid instructors in preparing and teaching gender economics courses in order to give students a more diverse and research-oriented learning experience. There are three components, all of which are voluntary for those wishing to participate:

  1. A Dropbox folder where instructors can share course materials, slides for research papers on gender topics, and book suggestions for gender economics courses.
  2. A Google Spreadsheet where instructors can request to be added to the email list for Zoom social hours, request to be added to the Dropbox folder, and indicate their willingness to swap lectures with other instructors.
  3. The occasional Zoom social hour to share thoughts, ideas, and tips for teaching Gender Economics.

Interested instructors can email to be added to the Network.