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Economics Writing Resources

Atkinson, T. (1982). Politics and the business writing student: An approach to finding real writing projects. ABCA Bulletin, 45, 11- 12.

Baltensperger, B. H. (1987). Journals in economic geography. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 387- 390). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Coffinberger, R. L. (1983). Evaluating the classroom journal as a supplemental teaching strategy in business law. In C. Thaiss (Ed.), Writing to learn: Essays and reflections on writing across the curriculum (pp. 101- 106). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Corman, E. J. (1986). A writing program for accounting courses. Journal of Accounting Education, 4, 85- 95.

Crowe, D., & Youga, J. (1986). Using writing as a tool for learning economics. Journal of Economic Education, 17, 218- 222.

Drenk, D. (1982). Teaching finance through writing. In C. W. Griffin (Ed.), Teaching writing in all disciplines (pp.53- 58). San Francisco: Jossey- Bass.

Field, W. J., Wachter, D. R., & Catanese, A. V. (1985). Alternative ways to teach and learn economics: Writing, quantitative reasoning, and oral communication. Journal of Economic Education, 16, 213- 217.

Greco, J. (1984). Teaching intermediate microeconomics by adopting a writing strategy. Journal of Business Education, 59, 254- 256.

Hemmeter, T., & Conners, D, (1987). Research papers in economics: A collaborative approach. Journal of Advanced Composition, 7, 81- 91.

Henery, L. H. (1986). Clustering: Writing (and learning) about economics. College Teaching, 34, 89- 93.

Jacobsen, Joyce P. (1994). Incorporating data collection and written reports in microeconomics. Journal of Economic Education 25 (1): 31-43.

Marcoulides, G. A., & Simkin, M. G. (1991). Evaluating student papers: The case for peer review. Journal of Education for Business, 67, 80- 83.

May, G. S., & Arevalo, C. (1983). Integrating effective writing skills in the accounting curriculum. Journal of Accounting Education, 1, 119- 126.

McElroy, Jerome L. (1997). The mentor demonstration model: Writing with students in senior economics seminar. The Journal of Economic Education 28 (1): 31-35.

Officer, Lawrence H., Daniel H. Saks, and Judith A. Saks (1980). So you have to write an economics term paper.... East Lansing, MI: Graduate School of Business Administration.

Palmini, Dennis J. (1996). Using rhetorical cases to teach writing skills and enhance economic learning. The Journal of Economic Education 27.3: 205-216.

Piette, Michael J. and Kevin L. Ross. (1992). An analysis of the determinants of co-authorship in economics. The Journal of Economic Education 23 (3): 277-284.

Roundy, N. (1982). A process approach to teaching the abstract. ABCA Bulletin, 45, 34- 38.

Shibli, A. (1992). Increasing learning with writing in quantitative and computer courses. College Teaching, 40, 123- 127.

Stocks, K. D., Stoddard, T. D., & Waters, M. L. (1992). Writing in the accounting curriculum: Guidelines for professors. Issues in Accounting Education, 7, 193- 204.

Soskins, M. D., & Eldblom, N. (1984, April 7). Integrating the term paper into economics courses at liberal arts colleges: Industry case studies papers at SUNY Potsdam. A preliminary study. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the New York State Economic Association, Syracuse, NY. (ERIC ED 246 732).

Tobey, D. M. (1979). Writing instruction in economic courses: Experimentation across disciplines. Journal of Northeastern Agricultural Economics Council, 8, 159- 164.