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If you want to see me at the upcoming virtual ASSA meeting, you can do so at this session:Sunday, January 3, 12:15 PM to 2:15 PM (EST)What Does Critical Thinking Mean in Economics, the Big and Little of It?Hosted By: American Economic Association & Committee on Economic EducationChair: Gail Hoyt, University of KentuckyWhat Does Critical Thinking Mean in Economics, the Big and Little of It?David Colander, Middlebury College John Siegfried, Vanderbilt UniversityDiscussant(s)Daron Acemoglu, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyMelissa S. Kearney, University of Maryland-College ParkJohn A. List, University of ChicagoGregory Mankiw, Harvard UniversityDeirdre McCloskey, University of Illinois-ChicagoBetsey Stevenson, University of Michigan

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 If you want to see me at the upcoming virtual ASSA meeting, you can do so at this session:

Sunday, January 3, 12:15 PM to 2:15 PM (EST)

What Does Critical Thinking Mean in Economics, the Big and Little of It?


Hosted By: American Economic Association & Committee on Economic Education
  • Chair: Gail Hoyt, University of Kentucky

What Does Critical Thinking Mean in Economics, the Big and Little of It?

David Colander
Middlebury College
 
John Siegfried
Vanderbilt University
Discussant(s)
Daron Acemoglu
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Melissa S. Kearney
University of Maryland-College Park
John A. List
University of Chicago
Gregory Mankiw
Harvard University
Deirdre McCloskey
University of Illinois-Chicago
Betsey Stevenson
University of Michigan
Greg Mankiw
I am the Robert M. Beren Professor of Economics at Harvard University, where I teach introductory economics (ec 10). I use this blog to keep in touch with my current and former students. Teachers and students at other schools, as well as others interested in economic issues, are welcome to use this resource.

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