Laissez-Colbert: Using The Colbert Report to Teach Macroeconomics

It is not often that economics and comedy come together, but for professors looking to infuse their macroeconomics courses with comedic appeal, look no further than The Colbert Report. A recent article from The American Economist from author Gregory M. Randolph entitled "Laissez-Colbert: Teaching Introductory Macroeconomics with The Colbert Report" outlines how the Comedy Central show can be useful tool … Continue reading Laissez-Colbert: Using The Colbert Report to Teach Macroeconomics

The American Economist Is Now Online!

We're pleased to announce that The American Economist is now online with a new, special March 2016 issue! The special issue takes a look back at some of The American Economist's most influential articles, each with a new Editor's Introduction. Editor-in-Chief Paul Grimes introduces the special issue: This edition of The American Economist marks a new chapter in the history of … Continue reading The American Economist Is Now Online!

The American Economist is Now Accepting Submissions!

You can now submit electronically to The American Economist through SAGE Track! As an official publication of Omicron Delta Epsilon, The International Honor Society in Economics, The American Economist strives to contribute to the ongoing dialog and academic debates within the economics discipline by publishing original research and review articles from all fields and schools … Continue reading The American Economist is Now Accepting Submissions!