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Volume 19, Number 3, 1 September 2012

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The paradox of popularity in economics
pp. 187-192(6)
Author: Coyle, Diane

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A less-is-more approach to introductory economics
pp. 193-198(6)
Author: Frank, Robert H.

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On the philosophy of the new kiosk economics of everything
pp. 219-230(12)
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Economics is a serious and difficult subject
pp. 231-241(11)
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Inland empire: economics imperialism as an imperative of Chicago neoliberalism
pp. 259-282(24)
Authors: Nik-Khah, Edward; Van Horn, Robert

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The unbearable lightness of the economics-made-fun genre
pp. 283-301(19)
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Economic page turners
pp. 317-327(11)
Author: Frank, Björn

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Notes on contributors
pp. 329-330(2)

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