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The Journal of Economic Perspectives in the Classroom

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A collection of JEP articles readers have cited as useful for instruction, by category: Principles or Introductory CourseIntermediate MicroeconomicsIntermediate MacroeconomicsMoney and BankingFinancial MarketsInternationalEconometricsExperimental MethodsLabor EconomicsHealth EconomicsEducationPublic FinanceEnvironment/EnergyBehavioral EconomicsGame TheorySocial Norms and NetworksIndustrial OrganizationLaw and EconomicsHousehold EconomicsDevelopmentImmigration and EmigrationEconomic HistoryUrban EconomicsSports EconomicsEurope: Topics CourseChina: Topics CourseSoviet and Post-Soviet: Topics CourseJapan: Topics CourseLatin America: Topics CourseMiddle East: Topics CoursePublic PolicyPolitical EconomyEconomics Profession These articles can be helpful in elevating the level of discourse on

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A collection of JEP articles readers have cited as useful for instruction, by category:

Principles or Introductory Course
Intermediate Microeconomics
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Money and Banking
Financial Markets
International
Econometrics
Experimental Methods
Labor Economics
Health Economics
Education
Public Finance
Environment/Energy
Behavioral Economics
Game Theory
Social Norms and Networks
Industrial Organization
Law and Economics
Household Economics
Development
Immigration and Emigration
Economic History
Urban Economics
Sports Economics
Europe: Topics Course
China: Topics Course
Soviet and Post-Soviet: Topics Course
Japan: Topics Course
Latin America: Topics Course
Middle East: Topics Course
Public Policy
Political Economy
Economics Profession

These articles can be helpful in elevating the level of discourse on the comments section. In terms of statistical methodology, I strongly advocate reading Stock and Watson (2017), particularly for those who want to discuss macroeconometrics intelligently.

Menzie Chinn
He is Professor of Public Affairs and Economics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison

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