3 Colleges' Different Approaches Shape Learning in Econ 101

Matt McLoone for The Chronicle

Donald J. Boudreaux, at George Mason U., works hard to entertain his students.
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No matter the college, a class in the principles of microeconomics is likely to cover the discipline's greatest hits.

Opportunity cost? Check. Supply and demand? Ditto. The same goes for such topics as comparative advantage, elasticity, and market...

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