Who is teaching CORE?

Find out which institutions have adopted CORE, read instructors’ experiences, and download their course syllabus.

379

institutions across the world are using CORE in instruction

2/3

are using The Economy as the main textbook on a course

115,000

students being taught CORE each year

Who is teaching CORE?

Education institutions across the world have adopted CORE to improve their teaching of economics. Find the full list below.

Testimonials

CORE is the best innovation in economic education that I have seen in my career. A smorgasbord of ideas that refresh our old concepts, moving our standard discourse from dismal to light, from a dehumanized science to a spirited vision of the world.

Christian Gollier, founder and director of the Toulouse School of Economics

Students engage with CORE fully, approaching even the most difficult models with energy and enthusiasm. The authors have managed to incorporate the economy's complexities into an introductory course from the very beginning. I don't have to footnote lessons with a promise of eventual relevance, eventual nuances. They are there from the start.

Homa Zarghamee, Associate Professor, Barnard College

The Economy is quite simply the best economics textbook on the market. Unlike most others, it teaches both the tools of the discipline and the way real economies work, making it useful and fun at the same time.

Dani Rodrik, Ford Foundation Professor of International Political Economy at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government

The CORE curriculum was the perfect introduction to my economics course, as it introduced me to a diverse set of topics and analytical tools that equipped me to think critically about economics.

Sahana Subramanyam, student, Azim Premji University
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