Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Nobel Prize Economist in Your Classroom

For those of you about to enter the portion of your textbook on international trade, there's a way to get Paul Krugman, the winner of this year's Nobel Prize in economics in your classroom. Go to the Nobel web site to access two video presentations, as well as the slides used in the lecture.

And as an additional bonus, there's an educational game on trade (not based on Krugman's work) you can have your students play.

I look forward to your comments. Also, if you're taking part in the "book" club on the Marginal Revolution blog, don't forget to check it out tomorrow for chapters 3 & 4 of Keynes' The General Theory.

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