ABSTRACT

This book provides a blueprint for those interested in teaching from a pluralist perspective, regardless of ideology. It provides educators, policy makers and students with helpful suggestions for implementing pluralism into pedagogy, by offering detailed suggestions and guidelines for incorporating pluralist approaches tailored to specific individual courses. The Handbook for Pluralist Economics Education specifically provides practical suggestions for professors willing to implement pluralism in the classroom and increases the pedagogical influence of pluralist economics while reducing the hegemony of monism at any level.

part |2 pages

Part I The need for pluralism in economics education

chapter 1|14 pages

Introduction and overview

ByJACK REARDON

chapter 2|7 pages

The meltdown and economics textbooks

ByEDWARD FULLBROOK

chapter 3|8 pages

A revolution from the margin: A student perspective

ByNICHOLAS DAN, NICHOLAS HOUPT, SEAN MALLIN

chapter 4|11 pages

Why economics needs pluralism

ByBERNARD GUERRIEN, SOPHIE JALLAIS

chapter 5|12 pages

History of thought, methodology, and pluralism

BySHEILA DOW

part |2 pages

Part II Reclaiming the principles course

chapter 6|12 pages

The principles course JULIE A . NELSON

chapter 7|22 pages

Teaching economics as if time mattered

ByI . DAVID WHEAT

part |2 pages

Part III Core theory courses

chapter 8|27 pages

A pluralist approach to intermediate macroeconomics

ByIRENE VAN STAVEREN

chapter 9|30 pages

A pluralist approach to microeconomics

BySTEVE KEEN

chapter 10|19 pages

Mathematics for pluralist economists

BySTEVE KEEN

part |2 pages

Part IV Advanced courses/electives

chapter 12|18 pages

Sustainability economics

ByPETER SÖDERBAUM

chapter 13|31 pages

International economics

ByMARIA ALEJANDRA CAPORALE MADI AND

chapter 15|9 pages

Green economics: Emerging pedagogy in an emerging discipline

ByMIRIAM KENNET

part |2 pages

Part V Conclusion

chapter 16|2 pages

Conclusion

ByJACK REARDON