Analysis of reviews involving 50,000 enrollments finds correlations in all the wrong places.
Harvard scholar documents costs of caring for soldiers hurt in Iraq, and Pentagon reacts -- by attacking researcher and changing U.S. Web sites.
Professor claims amnesia as SEC accuses him of fraud of $134 million -- including most of his university's investment funds.
Robert Frank discusses how "economic naturalism" helps teach basic concepts in introductory courses. With a podcast.
New study cites "decline of peer review" as primary factor for decreased representation of top economics departments in major journals.
A flurry of recent articles has suggested that dissent in economics comes from the left. Some scholars from the right beg to differ.
Officials of historically black universities challenge research suggesting that their graduates have lost earnings power compared to alumni of white institutions.
Alumni provide funds for U. of Illinois to promote capitalist thought, with goal of creating public university equivalent of Stanford think tank -- and spreading model elsewhere. Some professors are alarmed.
Economist's surveys suggest that profession's laissez faire system of fighting scholarly cheating fails if breaches don't get reported or punished.
Papers at annual meeting explore assessment, student aid, course sequence and the role of community colleges.
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