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I.     Articles and Reviews in Professional Journals

"Economics Coursework in BA and BS Degrees" (with William E. Becker and William Bosshardt), tentatively slated for publication in the American Economic Review, May 2013.

"Using Art (Paintings, Drawings, and Engravings) to Teach Economics" (with Chineze Christopher), forthcoming, Journal of Economic Education.

"New and Enduring Topics and Trends in Economic Education Research," forthcoming, Korean Journal of Economic Education.

"Is Economics Coursework, or Majoring in Economics, Associated with Different Civic Behaviors?" (with Sam Allgood, William Bosshardt, and H. Wilber van der Klaauw), Journal of Economic Education, 43 (3) July-September 2012: 248-68.

"How Departments of Economics Evaluate Teaching" (with William Bosshardt and William E. Becker), Journal of Economic Education, 43 (3) July-September 2012: 325-33.

"School, Department, and Instructor Determinants of Assessment Methods in Undergraduate Economics Courses" (with Georg Schaur and William Becker), Eastern Economic Journal, 2012: 381-400.

"Changing the Landscape of Economic Education: An Annual AEA Conference Co-Sponsored by the Journal of Economic Education" (with John J. Siegfried and William B. Walstad), Journal of Economic Education, January-March 2012:1-3

"Teaching and Assessment Methods in Undergraduate Economics: A Fourth National Quinquennial Survey" (with Georg Schaur), Journal of Economic Education, July-September, 2011: 294-309.

"Oh, the Economics You'll Find in Dr. Seuss!" (with Ben Miller), Journal of Economic Education, April-June 2011: 147-67.

Review of "Better Living through Economics," edited by John J. Siegfried, Journal of Economic Literature, March 2011: 129-33

"Experimental Economics and Economic Education" (with Ross Guest), International Review of Economics Education, 2010 (2): 6-9. (An editorial introduction to a special issue, for which Watts served as guest editor.)

“Time Allocations and Reward Structures for Academic Economists from 1995-2005: Evidence from Three National Surveys” (with Cynthia Harter and William Becker), International Review of Economics Education, Autumn-Winter 2011:6-27.

“Economics Coursework and the Long-Term Behavior and Experience of College Graduates in Labor Markets and Personal Finance” (with Sam Allgood, William Bosshardt, and H. Wilbert van der Klaauw), Economic Inquiry, July 2011: 771-94.

 “Economic Education in an International Context” (with William Walstad), Journal of Economic Education, October-December 2010: 410-12. (An introduction to a special section on undergraduate and precollege economic education in Australia, England, Japan, and Korea, which Watts served as a guest co-editor.)

“Not Such Innocents Abroad?” (with Georg Schaur), Journal of Economic Education, January-March 2010: 3-14.

“A Little More than Chalk and Talk: Results from a National Survey” (with William Becker), Journal of Economic Education, Summer 2008: 273-86.

 “Assessment Practices and Trends in Undergraduate Economics Courses” (with Georg Schaur and William Becker), American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, May 2008: 552-56.

“Undergraduates Students and Coursework in Economics: Results from the Baccalaureate and Beyond Study” (with William Bosshardt), Journal of Economic Education, Spring 2008: 198-205.

“A Brief History and Research Review of U.S. Precollege Economic Education,” Korean Journal of Economic Education, Summer 2007: 143-68.

“The Play’s the Thing to Help Teach Economics – and the Poem, Short Story, and Novel,” Econ-Exchange, Vol. 10 (2), Winter 2007: 1-5.

“Teachers’ Undergraduate Coursework in Economics in the Baccalaureate and Beyond Longitudinal Study,” (with William Bosshardt), 36, Fall 2005, Journal of Economic Education: 400-06.

“Closing an Economic Education Conference in OZ,” (with William Walstad), 36, Summer 2005, Journal of Economic Education: 306-08.

“What the Empirical Research Tells Us About Precollege Economic Education” and “Developing Economic Education Curriculum and Materials,” Fall 2004, Continuing Education in Ukraine, Central Post-Diploma Institute, Kiev.  In English (pp. 16-19; 51-53) and Russian (pp. 13-16; 50-51).

“What Students Remember and Say about College Economics Years Later,” (with Sam Allgood, William Bosshardt, and H. Wilbert van der Klaauw), May 2004, American Economic Review: 259-65.

“Changing Incentives and Time Allocations for Academic Economists:  Results from 1995 and 2000 National Surveys,” (with Cynthia Harter and William Becker), 34, Winter 2004, Journal of Economic Education: 89-97.

“Is Sexy Economics and Economics Teaching Necessary or Sufficient?” July 2003, Southern Economic Journal: 214-19, 223-25. 

“How Economists Use Literature and Drama,” 33, Fall 2002, Journal of Economic Education: 377-86. 

"A National Survey of State Assessment Practices in the Social Studies: Results from a National Survey," (with Mark Schug and Steven Buckles), July/August 2001,The Social Studies: 141-46.

"Teaching Methods in U.S Undergraduate Economics Courses," (with William Becker), 32, Summer 2001, Journal of Economic Education: 269-79. 

"Teaching Economics at the Start of the 21st Century: Still Chalk and Talk" (with William Becker).  May 2001, American Economic Review: 446-51.

"Research in Economic Education: Five New Initiatives " (with Michael Salemi, John Siegfried, Kim Sosin, and William Walstad), May 2001, American Economic Review: 440-45.

"Comparing Student and Instructor Evaluations of Teaching," (with William Bosshardt), 32, Winter 2001, Journal of Economic Education: 3-17.

"Reforming Undergraduate Instruction in Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine," (with Alexander Kovzik), 32, Winter 2001, Journal of Economic Education, 78-92.  An updated version was reprinted in translation (in Russian), in the journal ECOWEST, Vol. 3 (1), 2003 , pp. 60-77, by the Institute of Privatization and Management, Minsk, Belarus.

"Who Teaches Using More Than Chalk and Talk?" (with Cynthia Lay and William Becker), Summer 1999, Eastern Economic Journal: 343-56.

"How Departments of Economics Evaluate Teaching" (with William Becker), May 1999, American Economic Review: 344-49.

"How Well Do the Standards Work Together?  An Analysis of the Economic Content of Four National Standards for Social Studies," (with Mark Schug and Steven Buckles), Children's Social and Economic Education:  An International Journal, Volume 2, Issue 3, published in 1999 but dated 1997: 145-157.

"An American Economic Educator in the Former Soviet Bloc," Economic Awareness, December 1998: 10-15. 

"What Social Studies Teachers Should Know About the Transition Economies," (with Robert Harris), The Social Studies, November/December 1998: 246-48. 

"Who Values Economic Literacy?" The Region, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, December 1998: 44-48. 

"National Standards in Economics, History, Social Studies, Civics, and Geography:  Complementarities, Competition, or Peaceful Coexistence?"  (with Stephen Buckles), 29, Journal of Economic Education, Spring 1998: 157-66.

"An Appraisal of Economics Content in the History, Civics, Social Studies, and Geography National Standards" (with Stephen Buckles), American Economic Review, May 1997: 254-59.

"Free Riding Indexes for Ukrainian Economics Teachers" (with Sarapage McCorkle), Journal of Economic Education, 27, Summer 1996: 233-37.

"Chalk and Talk:  A National Survey on Teaching Undergraduate Economics," (with William Becker), American Economic Review, May 1996: 448-53.

"Teaching Methods in Undergraduate Economics," (with William Becker), Economic Inquiry, October 1995: 692-700.

"Instructor Effects in Economic Education: Panel Data Estimates from Elementary and Middle Schools," (with William Bosshardt), Journal of Economic Education, 25, Summer 1994:195-211.

Economic Education:  A Retrospect and Outlook After 45 Years, co-edited with Bonnie Meszaros, a special issue of the International Journal of Social Education, Winter 1993-94.  Includes "Economic Education in Secondary Schools in the United States and Other Nations" (with William Walstad): 77-86 

 "International Economics in U.S. High Schools:  Results From a National Survey" (with Robert Highsmith), Journal of Economic Education, 23, Fall 1992: 291-315 

"How Instructors Make a Difference: Panel Data Estimates from Principles of Economics Courses," (with William Bosshardt), Review of Economics and Statistics, May 1991: 336-40 

 "Instructor Effects and Their Determinants in Pre-College Economic Education" (with William Bosshardt), Journal of Economic Education, 21, Summer 1990: 265-76 

"The Outlook for the Greater Lafayette Economy:  1990," Indiana Business Review, December 1989: 10-11 

"Social Studies Coordinators and a K-12 Program in Economic Education," Theory and Research in Social Education, Winter 1989: 53-68.

"Economics in Literature and Drama" (with Robert F. Smith), Journal of Economic Education, 20, Summer 1989: 291-307 

"The Principles Courses Revisited" (with Gerald J. Lynch), American Economic Review, May 1989: 236-41.

"The Fortune 500 and 'Obscene' Profits," Focus on Economic Issues series, Purdue University Center for Economic Education, Spring 1989.

Review of Econometric Modeling in Economic Education Research, W. Becker and W. Walstad, eds., Journal of Economic Education, Spring 1989: 223-27 

"A Research and Evaluation Agenda for DEEP and Precollege Economic Education" (with Judith S. Brenneke, Robert Highsmith, John C. Soper, and William B. Walstad), Journal of Economic Education, 19, Winter 1988: 5-13.

"Survey Data on Pre-College Scope-and-Sequence Issues in Economics," Journal of Economic Education, 18, Winter 1987: 71-91.

"Student Gender and School District Differences Affecting the Stock and Flow of Economic Knowledge," The Review of Economics and Statistics, August 1987: 561-66.

"Ideology, Textbooks, and the Teaching of Economics," Theory Into Practice, Summer 1987: 190-97.

"Reviews of Secondary [Economics] Textbooks," (editor and contributor), Curriculum Review, 26, November/December 1986: 24-28.

"Enduring Constitutional Issues: The Economic Role of Government and Coining Money" (with Robert Troyer), The Senior Economist, Joint Council on Economic Education, Fall 1986: 10-12.

"Economic Policy and the Lives of Contemplation, Civic Humanism, Collectivism, and Individualism," International Journal of Social Economics, 12, Number 6/7, 1985: 54-67.

"School District Inputs and Biased Estimation of Educational Production Functions," Journal of Economic Education, 16, Fall 1985: 281-85.

"A Statewide Assessment of Pre-College Economic Understanding and DEEP," Journal of Economic Education, Summer 1985: 225-37.  See also the "Errata" notice in the Fall 1985 issue of this journal.

"Economics Instruction in Our Schools" (with William B. Walstad), The Balance Sheet, 66, March/April 1985: 11-14.

"Teaching Economics in the Schools: A Review of Survey Findings" (with William Walstad), Journal of Economic Education, 16, Spring 1985:135-46.

"A Response to Romanish:  Ideological Bias in Secondary Economics Textbooks" (with William B. Walstad), Theory and Research in Social Education, 11, Winter 1984: 25-35.

"Teaching Economics?  Use Classic Literature" (with Robert F. Smith), Social Education, 47, January 1983: 49-51.

 "Economic Education Is Working," Indiana School Board Association Journal, 28, January-February 1982: 13-14.

"The Non-Rational Domain and the Limits of Economic Analysis:  Comment," Southern Economic Journal, 47, April 1981, pp. 1120-22.  Excerpts reprinted in Richard McKenzie, The Limits of Economic Science:  Essays on Methodology, Kluwer-Nejhoff Publishing, 1983.

"Reaganomics, A New Look in New Frontiers," The Purdue Alumnus, 69, October 1981: 5-7, 38 

Review of Economic Thought and Social Change, by J. Ron Stanfield, Review of Social Economy, 39, April 1981: 94-97.

Review of The Roots of Black Poverty:  The Southern Plantation Economy After the Civil War, by Jay Mandel, Review of Social Economy, 39, April 1981: 90-92 

"Money, Banking and Economic Stabilization Polices" (with John E. Silvia), Innovative Ideas in Introductory Economics, 2, 1981: 10-13.

 Review of After Industrial Society:  The Emerging Self-Service Economy, by Jonathan Gershuny, Review of Social Economy, 37, October, 1979: 245-46.

II.        Books, Chapters in Edited Volumes, and Other Publications

"What Editors Do and Want Us to Know," in Michael Szenberg and Lall Ram, eds., Experiences of Journal Editors, forthcoming.

"Report of the Committee for Economic Education for 2011," May 2012 American Economic Review 102 (2): 691-96. Available in EconLit as part of the Online supplement for the annual AER Proceedings.

"Report of the Committee for Economic  Education (2010)," May 2011 American Economic Review 101 (2):61-68. Available in EconLit as a part of the Online supplement for the annual AER Proceedings.

"What Research Tells Us about Teaching Precollege Economics" (with William Walstad), in Mark C. Schug and William C. Wood, eds, Teaching Economics in Troubled Times: Theory and Practice for Secondary Social Studies, Routledge, 2010: 200-12.

Comparative Studies on Economic Education in Asia-Pacific Region (co-editor, with Michio Yamaoka, William Walstad, Tadayoshi Asano, and Shintaro Abe), Tokyo: Shumpusha Publishing, 2010. Published in English. Includes co-authored chapters on "The U.S. Test of Economic Understanding in College Economics: Revisions and Results" (with William Walstad and Ken Rebeck):3-29; and "Undergraduate Economics in the United States" (with William Walstad): 157-83

“Report of the Committee for Economic Education (2009),” forthcoming, May 2010 American Economic Review 100 (2): 699-703.  Available in EconLit as part of the AEA annual Proceedings.

“Preface,” Educating Economists, David Colander and KimMarie McGoldrick, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009, pp. xix-xxv.

“Undergraduate Economics in the United States” (with William Walstad), and “The Test of Understanding in College Economics: Revisions and Results” (with William Walstad and Ken Rebeck) in Proceedings of an International Conference on Economic Education: Comparative Studies in Asia-Pacific Region; Michio Yamaoka, Tadayoshi Asano, and Shintaro Abe, eds.; Tokyo: Waseda University, Institute of Asia- Pacific Studies, 2009, pp. 1-30 and 153-180.

“Report of the Committee for Economic Education (2008),” May 2009 American Economic Review 99 (2): 688-91.  Available in EconLit as part of the AEA annual Proceedings.

“Cross-Country Outcomes and Issues from the Cooperative Education and Exchange Program, 1995-2008,” Council on Economic Education: New York, 2009.  Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Innovation and Improvement.

“Report of the Committee for Economic Education (2007),” May 2008 American Economic Review 98 (2): 608-10.  Available in EconLit as part of the AEA annual Proceedings.

Test of Understanding of College Economics Examiner’s Manual, 4th ed., New York: National Council on Economic Education, 2007 (with Bill Walstad and Ken Rebeck).  Served as Chair of the Test Revision Committee.

“Report of the Committee for Economic Education (2006),” May 2007 American Economic Review 97 (2): 563-65.  Available in EconLit as part of the AEA annual Proceedings 

Teaching Economics: More Alternatives to Chalk and Talk, co-editor (with William E. Becker and Suzanne R. Becker), Edward Elgar Publishing, 2006.  Paperback edition, 2007.  Author of the chapter on “Team Term Papers and Presentations,” pp. 151-69.

What Works: A Review of Research on Outcomes and Effective Program Delivery in Precollege Economic Education, New York: National Council on Economic Education, 2006 (one chapter co-authored with Bill Walstad).  Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Innovation and Improvement.

Focus: Globalization, editor and contributor, with David Hummels, Bill Bosshardt, Bonnie Meszaros, Sandra Odorzynski, and Phil VanFossen), New York:  National Council on Economic Education, 2006.

The Literary Book of Economics: Economic Concepts, Issues, and Themes in Literature and Drama, ed., ISI Books, 2003.  Reviewed in The Wall Street Journal (by chief editorial writer William McGurn, 8/13/03), The Boston Globe (by Jeff Jacoby, 8/21/03), Library Journal (by Richard Drezen, Aug. 2003), the Toronto Globe and Mail (by Harvey Schachter, 11/26/03), The Claremont Review  (by Paul Cantor, 12/01/03), The Journal of Economic Literature, December 2004), The Journal of Markets and Morality (by Michael R. Stevens, Spring 2004), the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (Feb. 2004), The Lafayette Journal and Courier (by Phillip Fiorini, June 2004), and the Marginal Revolution BLOG published by George Mason University’s Department of Economics (by Tyler Cowen, 10/03/03).  Featured on a 50-minute segment of the syndicated (200 stations) public radio program, On Point (8/28/03) titled “Wordsmiths on Economics” (with host Tom Ashbrook and Jack Beatty, Senior Editor at The Atlantic magazine); and on the First Business syndicated (200 stations) television program (10/30/03). The Boston Globe review was reprinted on Web pages for the British Shakespeare Society (9/8/03), the International Herald Tribune (8/26/03), the Star-Telegram (9/1/03), the Berkshire Eagle (9/8/03), and the Von Mises Institute “Economics BLOG” Web Page (9/8/03).  Listed in Barron’s “The Big Picture: Worth Perusing” section (8/25/03), and The Heritage Foundation’s Insider “Publications” section (Aug. 2003).

Autobiographical career sketch in Who’s Who in Economics, 4th ed., Mark Blaug and Howard R. Vane, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2003, pp. 870 - 72.

 Focus: Institutions and Markets, (editor and co-author, with George Horwich, Don Leet, Sandra Odorzynski, Mary Suiter, and Phil van Fossen), National Council on Economic Education, 2003.  Translated into Russian, 2xxx 

“An ABI Recipient,” Soundwaves, Froedtert Hospital and Medical College of Wisconsin, Summer, 2003, p. 2.

The Wide World of Trade, (with Sarapage McCorkle, Bonnie Meszaros, and Mary Suiter), National Council on Economic Education, 2003

“Reforming Economics Teaching in the Transition Economies,” Proceedings of the 2002 Meetings of the Association of European Economics Education in Aachen, Germany 

Reforming Economics and Economics Teaching in the Transition Economies: From Marx to Markets in the Classroom, co-editor, (with William B. Walstad); also co-author of chapters on "The Academic Transition from Marxian to Market Economics" and “Reforming Economics and Economics Teaching in the Transition Economies: Agents of Change and Future Challenges” (with William Walstad); “Attitudes Toward Markets and Market Reforms in the Former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe (with William Walstad and Alexander Skiba); and "Economics Instruction in Belarus" (with Alexander Kovzik, Anatoli Kovalenko, and Mikhail Chepikov), Edward Elgar Publishing, 2002.  Reviewed in Slavic Review (by Richard Erickson, 2003), The Economics of Transition (by Neil Kay, June 2004), and The Economics of Education Review (by Malcolm Getz,  April 2005).

 Focus: High School Economics, 2nd ed., (editor and co-author, with Sarapage McCorkle, Bonnie Meszaros, and Mark C. Schug Robert F. Smith, and Robert J. Highsmith), National Council on Economic Education, 2001.  Editor and co-author of the 1st edition in 1995 (with Sarapage McCorkle, Bonnie Meszaros, Robert F. Smith, and Robert J. Highsmith).  Translated and published in Russian, 1998; Ukrainian, 1999; and Kyrgyz, 2004.

 Focus: Economic Systems (editor and co-author, with Bonnie Meszaros, Sarapage McCorkle, Sandra Odorzynski, Mark Schug, and George Horwich).  National Council on Economic Education, 2001.  Ukrainian translation, 2002.

"A Research Agenda in Economic Education for the Transition Economies," (with William Walstad).  In Effective Strategies in Economics and Business Education: An International Perspective, David Lines, ed., Economics and Business Education Association, 2000.

The U.S. Economy in Microsoft Encarta 2000 (approximately 120 pages).

Teaching Economics to Undergraduates: Alternatives to Chalk and Talk, co-editor, (with William Becker); author of the chapter on "Using Literature and Drama to Teach Undergraduate Economics Courses," and co-author (with William Becker) of the chapter, "Teaching Economics: What Was, Is, and Could Be."  Edward Elgar Publishing, 1998; paperback edition 1999.  Reviewed in Choice magazine (by R. Whaples),  Journal of Economic Education (by Craig Swann), the Economics of Education Review (by David Frey), Eastern Economic Journal (by Richard Torz), Economic Record, and  Southern Economic Journal

Focus: International Economics, (with Gerald Lynch, Donald Wentworth, et al.), National Council on Economic Education, 1998.  Ukrainian translation, 2000 

"The Principles of Economics Textbook: A Content Review and Suggestions on Classroom Usage" (with William Walstad and William Bosshardt), in Teaching Undergraduate Economics: A Handbook for Instructors, Phillip Saunders and William Walstad, eds., Irwin/McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1998, pp. 185 - 205.

Voluntary National Standards for K-12 Economic Education (with John Siegfried, Bonnie Meszaros, Robert Smith, Gary Walton, Don Wentworth, Jim Charkins, Robert Highsmith, Donna McCreadie, and Nancy Hanlon), National Council on Economic Education, 1997.

"Economic Issues from the Perspective of Economists, Economic Educators, Teachers, and Journalists" (with William Becker and William Walstad), in Secondary Economics and Business Education:  New Developments in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Other Nations, William Walstad, ed., Economics and Business Education Association, 1996, pp. 253-265.

"Investing for Your Future," (editor and co-author, with Robert F. Smith and Sharon Gordon), a computer simulation included in Indiana Stock Market Game Advisor’s Manual, Indiana Council for Economic Education, 1995.

"Basic Economic Concepts and Institutions Related to Saving, Investing, Risk, the Stock Market, and Productivity," in Indiana Stock Market Game Advisor’s Manual, Indiana Council for Economic Education, 1995.

"Economists' Ideological Conflicts and Consensus on Economic Issues, and Their Implications for Economic Education," in An International Perspective on Economic Education, William Walstad, ed., Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1994, pp. 47-64.

"A Comparison of the Views of Economists, Economic Educators, Teachers, and Journalists on Economic Issues" (with William E. Becker, Jr. and William Walstad), in An International Perspective on Economic Education, William Walstad, ed., Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1994, pp. 65-87.

Moscow Nights, and More…,”  Krannert Portfolio, Spring 1994, pp. 29-32.

An Introduction to Microeconomics, Hayden-McNeil Publishing, Inc., 1992.

What Is a Market Economy?  U.S. Information Agency, 1992 (translated and published in over 40 languages, and available at http://usinfo.state.gov/products/ pubs/market/).

"The Cases Against Economic Education," in An Economy at Risk:  Does Anyone Care? Judith Staley Brenneke, ed., Georgia State University Press, 1992, pp. 105‑30.

"Let's Get Cents-able," a teacher's guide for an economic play developed by the Indianapolis Civic Theater, 1992.

 "Research on DEEP:  The First 25 Years," in Effective Economic Education in the Schools, John C. Soper and William B. Walstad, eds., National Education Association/Joint Council on Economic Education, 1991, pp. 81-98.

"Made in Lafayette: A Data Base and Instructional Materials on the Greater Lafayette Economy, " (editor and contributor), Purdue Center for Economic Education, 1991.

Economics on Wall Street, (editor and contributor), Indiana Council for Economic Education, 1990.

"The Principles of Economics Textbook: History and Content" (with William Walstad), in The Principles of Economics Course:  A Handbook for Instructors, Phillip Saunders and W. Walstad, eds., McGraw-Hill, Inc. 1990, pp. 141-60.

Economics:  What and When?  Scope and Sequence Guidelines, in the Master Curriculum Guide in Economics series, (with June V. Gilliard, Chair; Jean Caldwell; Bruce R. Dalgaard; Robert J. Highsmith and Robert Reinke, and contributions by Don R. Leet; Marguerite G. Malone and Lucien Ellington), Joint Council on Economic Education, 1988.

The American Economic System (with Robert F. Smith and Vivian D. Hogan), 1987, 1984, 1981, Laidlaw Brothers of Macmillan, Inc.

 Test Bank II and Instructor's Manual to accompany Campbell R. McConnell's Economics, 10th ed., (with William B. Walstad, Robert F. Smith and Campbell R. McConnell), McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1987.

"Diminishing Marginal Utility and Saturation Points," in Great Ideas for Teaching Economics, 3rd ed., Ralph T. Burns and Gerald W. Stone, eds. Scott, Foresman and Co., 1987, 1984, p. 226, 108.

"Empirical Evidence on Economic Literacy in the Schools," and "Comments on Measuring Economic Attitudes," in Economics Education:  Research and Development Issues, Steve Hodkinson and David Whitehead, eds., Longman Group, Ltd, 1986, pp. 196-15 and 107-09.

"The Current Status of Economics in the K-12 Curriculum" (with William B. Walstad), in Economics in the School Curriculum, Mark C. Schug, ed., National Education Association, 1985, pp. 8-20.

The Return to Mocha, a 30-minute animated film on international trade and economic systems – I served as the Chief content consultant, Sinnott and Associates and Amoco Foundation, 1984-85.

A Guide to Tax Whys:  Understanding Taxes, Internal Revenue Service/Agency for Instructional Technology/Joint Council on Economic Education, 1984 

A Workshop Leader's Handbook to Accompany Tax Whys:  Understanding Taxes (with Stephen Buckles and Vera Freeman), Internal Revenue Service/Agency for Instructional Technology/Joint Council on Economic Education, 1984.

Student Activity Sheets To Accompany the People on Market Street Film Series, (editor and contributor), Indiana Council for Economic Education in cooperation with the Pacific Academy of Advanced Studies, June 1984.

"Investing For Your Future:  A Simulation on Economic Forces and the Stock Market" (with Robert F. Smith), Louisiana Council on Economic Education, 1982  

"How Indianapolis Teachers Rate the Trade-Offs Film Series," reported in Jim Shea, What the Research Is Saying, Agency for Instructional Television Research Report 82 (published with the Joint Council on Economic Education and the Canadian Foundation on Economic Education), 1980, pp. 7-9.

Economics in Literature and Drama, (with Robert F. Smith), LSU Program in Economic Education, Fall 1980.

"Supply-Side Economics" (with Robert F. Smith), Random House, Inc., 1980, 21 pages.

"American Enterprise Teaching Notes" (with Robert F. Smith), Vol. 1, No. 3, January-February 1978, 16 pages.

Free Enterprise and the American Economy, (with Robert F. Smith), LSU Program in Economic Education, 1977.

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