CORE has partnered with Oxford University Press to publish a print version of The Economy, available from July 2017. The entire interactive ebook will be available for free online, but for those who want a hard copy – pre-order it from OUP here. You can also request your inspection copy here.
“We see from our teaching workshops that the various departments that use CORE are being very creative with the resources,” says Alvin Birdi of the teaching and learning committee. “We see different lengths and types of course, we see them using the resources selectively and we see very different approaches to delivering the material in class.” Most of CORE’s authors and volunteers are teachers themselves, and so we understand that not every teacher has the power, resources or the time to make radical changes to the way they teach. Also, we’re conscious that for techniques such as flipping the classroom, […]
Parama Chaudhury and Christian Spielmann, both UCL, write about the First Year Challenge, which has been shortlisted in the “Outstanding Digital Innovation” category of the Times Higher Education annual awards. One of the highlights of the start of the academic year at UCL is the First Year Challenge (FYC) – we are thrilled that the FYC has been shortlisted in the Outstanding Digital Innovation category of the Times Higher Education annual awards. The FYC is a co-curricular digital research project for first year undergraduates studying economics based on the first unit of The CORE Project’s ebook, The Economy. They start on the project […]
The study of innovation is missing from most undergraduate economics textbooks. When it is included, it is often relegated to the back of the book. But we’d argue that understanding the economics of innovation is fundamental to understanding growth and technological progress, which is why we have released our first entirely new unit for more than a year (Unit 20), titled Innovation, information and the networked economy. Professor Diane Coyle (University of Manchester), one of the authors of the unit (the others are Georg von Graevenitz of Queen Mary University of London, Sam Bowles and Wendy Carlin) points out that: “The economics of innovation […]
Many of you will have downloaded the CORE Leibniz supplements created by Malcolm Pemberton and Nicholas Rau, authors of Mathematics for Economists: An Introductory Textbook. Now, thanks to Manchester University Press, CORE readers can purchase the 4th edition (published in 2016, right) at a special 30% discount by quoting discount code ASFLYQ6. To place an order if you live in North America, please click here. For orders if you live in the rest of the world, please click here instead. When you click on the links you will be offered the book at full price. Select the book, add it to your […]