Producing Doing Economics

Doing Economics was conceived of and written by Eileen Tipoe, University of Oxford and researcher for the CORE EQuSS project. Tim Phillips of the CORE project created the Excel video walk-throughs. Ralf Becker, University of Manchester, devised the ‘Working in R’ sections of the book, and was assisted by James Lincoln, University of Manchester, in preparing the R walk-throughs. Oliver Yimeng Zhang of UCL drafted the project solutions. They were advised by the empirical projects working group, a team of experts in the teaching and use of economic and social data. Stella Yarrow is the project manager.

Contributors

Peter Backus University of Manchester
Lucy Barnes University College London
Ralf Becker University of Manchester
Wing Chan UCL Institute of Education
Carlos Cortinhas University of Exeter
Marion Dumas London School of Economics
Arthur Grimes Victoria University of Wellington
David Hope King’s College London
Girol Karacaoglu Victoria University of Wellington
Dunli Li University College London
James Lincoln University of Manchester
Deborah Mabbett Birkbeck University of London
Michael Muthukrishna London School of Economics
Mary O’Mahony King’s College London
Tim Phillips CORE
Mark Schaffer Heriot-Watt University
Margaret Stevens University of Oxford
Guglielmo Volpe Queen Mary University of London
Stephen Wright Birkbeck University of London
Oliver Yimeng Zhang University College London

Editorial, design, and software-development

Doing Economics is produced and maintained by the Electric Book Works team: Arthur Attwell, Karen Lilje, Jennifer Jacobs, Dione Mentis, Christina Tromp, Alison Paulin, and Nazley Samsodien.

Funding

The Nuffield Foundation is an endowed charitable trust that aims to improve social wellbeing in the widest sense. It funds research and innovation in education and social policy and also works to build capacity in education, science, and social science research. The Nuffield Foundation has funded this project, but the views expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the Foundation. More information is available at www.nuffieldfoundation.org.