Monthly Archives: July 2011

JokEc – Jokes about Economists and Economics | Professor of Economic Theory and Behavioral Economics

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“JokEc – Jokes about Economists and Economics The original JokEc compiled by Pasi Kuoppamäki in Finland was mirrored in Japan, UK and USA. Now, these sites are not maintained anymore and are often unavailable for some time. I believe that even Adam Smith would enjoy these jokes. JokEc is a collection of professional humor for the benefit of economists as well as non-economists. 1st WWW-edition 24/10/1994 (d/m/y) Update 16/04/2001 Part of the NetEc group since 27/3/1997 Before the 2nd Millennia ended, JokEc had existed for over five years and had some 450,000 hits! Use the find function for searching. Latest jokes are marked with…”
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Economics 101 Course Information

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Welcome to Economics 101, our 16-week traditional course. This class is great for Junior High and High School students, and is designed to satisfy homeschool…
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Jokes, Quotations, and Cartoons in Economics | EconEdLink

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“Students will apply their knowledge of economics to the analysis and interpretation of jokes, quotations, and cartoons in economics. Students will watch a Paul Solman video of an interview of Yoram Bauman, the Stand up Economist. Students will use Daryl Cagel’s cartoon website, JokEc on the Web, and news media to find economics humor and interpret.”
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The 22nd Jerusalem School in Economic Theory -The Global Financial Crises

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The Global Financial Crises…
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Flickr: QuickStudy / BarCharts’ Photostream

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Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world.
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Teaching Economics Scoop.it (Δείτε το)

Econbrowser

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“Analysis of current economic conditions and policy”
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Economics – AcademicBlogs

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“Blogs in Economics Direct links to the blogs are on the left. Links to wikipages about these blogs link building”
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Open educational resources on statistics – OERbital

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An introduction to statistics – this wiki page contains several open educational resources for those of us in the research community who are mathematically challenged. I particularly liked the title of the opening resource: “Statistics – an intuitive introduction”. (http://equella.nottingham.ac.uk/uon/items/5bed27b5-28d0-18ba-dc0f-0300327d4ffa/1/ViewIMS.jsp)
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Tutor Economics

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‘Tutor Economics Economics, economics, economics! Economic theory and economic articles!”
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