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    • Teaching Experiments: A Classroom Primer 

      Haupert, Michael J.; Netusil, Noelwah R. (1999-02)
      The article focuses on a classroom primer for teachers who are interested in using experimentation as an educational aid. It is noted that incorporating experiments into the classroom improves student involvement with the ...
    • Teaching international trade with experimental economics 

      Haupert, Michael J. (1996-02)
      Features an experimental strategy to help students better understand the process of international trade, an important but misunderstood topics in the economic curriculum. Comparative advantage and opportunity cost; Principles ...
    • Techniques for changing the world : the League of Workers Theatres / New Theatre League 

      Cherne, Margaret Beth (2014)
      The League of Workers Theaters / New Theatre League leaders envisioned and partially accomplished a project like not other theatre organization in the U.S. : establishment of a national network of politically aligned ...
    • Was There a Note Issue Conundrum in the Free Banking Era? 

      Haupert, Michael J.; Bodenhorn, Howard (1995-08)
      The article focuses on the note issue paradox of American banking in the post-Civil War era. An overview of the conundrum is given, highlighting national bank behaviors inconsistent with profit-maximizing principles and ...