Advances in Economics Education

 

Advances in Economics Education aims to foster excellence in economics education by disseminating scholarship and research on pedagogical methods, student learning, institutional management, and government policy as they relate to economics education. A central objective is to challenge the profession to think more critically about what we teach and how we can teach it more effectively. The journal is interested in both quantitative and qualitative research, the issues associated with the teaching and learning of a diverse range of theoretical perspectives, and the experience of students and teachers from a range of social, cultural and economic backgrounds. Read more about the Advances in Economics Education (AEE).

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Frequency: 2 issues per year

Aims and Scope/About

Advances in Economics Education's aim is to challenge the profession to think more critically about what we teach and how we can teach it more effectively and its scope is designed to foster excellence in economics education by disseminating scholarship and research on pedagogical methods, student learning, institutional management, and government policy as they relate to economics education. It outlines innovations in economics teaching and pedagogical techniques, conditions that enhance student learning and engagement, developments in effective assessment methods, management and incentive systems that influence the teaching environment, the impact of university governance structures and public policies on economics education, and the relationship between the higher education environment and the experience of economics graduates. Studies in Economics Education is interested in both quantitative and qualitative research, the issues associated with the teaching and learning of a diverse range of theoretical perspectives, and the experience of students and teachers from a range of social, cultural and economic backgrounds. The journal publishes papers on the following topics: 

  • The teaching of economics in diverse contexts including large and small classes; undergraduate , postgraduate and Ph.D. classes; distance learning programs; on - shore and off - shore locations; MBA and other vocationally focused programs. Though economics will be the prime focus, consideration will also be given to research in related fields such as finance and marketing. 
  • The effective ness of traditional and novel pedagogical strategies. 
  • Issues in economic philosophy, methodology and the nature of economic knowledge that bear upon what constitutes the subject matter taught in economics courses. 
  • Challenges in the teaching of economic history and the history of economic thought. 
  • Interdisciplinarity as it relates to economics teaching, and the relationship between economics and philosophy, psychology, history, sociology and ethics in this respect. 
  • Approaches to assessment in economics courses.
  • Developments in economics curricula. 
  • The productive use of technology in the teaching of economics and related disciplines. 
  • Issues of gender, race and culture as they pertain to economics education. 
  • The nexus between teaching and research (including research on the diverse, changing and potentially conflicting incentives within universities). 
  • The teaching of economics at the secondary level.
  • The impact of administrative arrangements in universities and government policy on the teaching of economics.

Peer-review Process

AEE adheres to a double-blind review process.

Subscriptions, Accessing Content, TOC alerts

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Archiving

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Ethics Policy

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Indexing

Indexing and Discoverability

Editorial Board

Professor Carmela Aprea, University of Mannheim, Germany
Professor Emeritus Sheila Dow, University of Stirling, Scotland
Professor Emeritus Tony Endres, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Professor Giuseppe Fontana, University of Leeds, UK
Professor Sylvio Kappes, Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil
Professor Emeritus John Komlos, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany
Professor Masashi Kondo, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
Professor John Lodewijks, SP Jain School of Global Management, Australia
Professor Emeritus Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, University of Rome, La Sapienza, Italy
Professor KimMarie McGoldrick, University of Richmond, USA
Dr Diego Mendez-Carbajo, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis, USA
Professor Franklin G. Mixon, Columbus State University, GA, USA
Professor Leonce Ndikumana, University of Massachusetts, MA, USA
Professor Rod O’Donnell, University of Sydney, Australia
Professor Louis-Philippe Rochon, Laurentian University, Canada
Professor Margaret Stevens, University of Oxford, UK

Editor

Peter Docherty, University of Technology Sydney (peter.docherty@uts.edu.au)

Associate Editors

Chris Bajada, University of Technology Sydney (chris.bajada@uts.edu.au)
Daniela Tavasci, Queen Mary University London (d.tavasci@qmul.ac.uk)
Amir Armanious, University of Technology Sydney (amir.armanious@uts.edu.au)

 

 

Submissions
Call for Papers and Author Guidelines

AEE adheres to a double-blind review process. The editors are looking for research-quality papers on a wide variety of topics in economics education and pedagogy. Articles should be sent by email, and should not be more than 8,000 words, including references and bibliography.

Submissions and editorial queries should be sent to Peter Docherty (Peter.Docherty@uts.edu.au). All submissions should be in Adobe PDF format. Authors should send a title page with abstract and author affiliation & contact information, plus an anonymous manuscript without author information or thanks to colleagues. Final accepted articles will be delivered in Word.

Style/Submissions Guide

Article manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with our house style guidelines: AEE Guidance.

Terms of Publication

Please complete the Author Information form when you submit your final draft. This captures author details, consent to publish, and outlines the terms of publication. All details must be completed before articles can be accepted for publication.