University College London

For Transforming The Content And Pedagogy Of Introductory Economics In The U.S.

Overview
The objective of this CORE project is to transform the content and pedagogy of introductory economics in the U.S. CORE is a global collaboration seeking to empower citizens to deploy the best of contemporary economics to address issues such as climate change, inequality, globalization, and the future of work. The free interactive CORE e-textbooks (with supplementary learning resources) provide the primary content for courses in the U.S.
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for transforming the content and pedagogy of introductory economics in the U.S.  
The objective of this CORE project is to transform the content and pedagogy of introductory economics in the U.S. CORE is a global collaboration seeking to empower citizens to deploy the best of contemporary economics to address issues such as climate change, inequality, globalization, and the future of work. The free interactive CORE e-textbooks (with supplementary learning resources) provide the primary content for courses in the U.S.
for the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose’s Mission-Oriented Innovation Network in the U.S.  
The Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose (IIPP) brings together an interdisciplinary group of academic staff and collaborators to rethink how public value is created, nurtured, and evaluated. With this grant, IIPP will build a research and policy agenda for shaping and cocreating markets with a new network of public institutions and academic partners in the U.S., focusing on public value, to address grand challenges.

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