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News and Events
- Collaborative Learning versus Traditional Tutorials in Large Classrooms:
During the 2012/2013 academic year, tutorials were offered in Introductory Macroeconomics
(Econ 1BB3) for the first time in twenty years. As part of a research project, data was collected to study
the impact of the tutorials on student performance in the course. This research study will examine
overall rates of participation in tutorials and overall performance. No individual student will be
identifiable and the researchers will not know who participated in the study and who did not. This study
has been approved by the McMaster Research Ethics Board, and also complies with the McMaster FIPPA
policy on the collection of personal information. We understand that some students may not wish to
participate in such a research project. If you do not want your course records included in the project or
if you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
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- Professor Byron Spencer was selected (along with Michael Wolfson, the former Assistant Chief Statistician at Statistics Canada) as the 2013 winner of the Mike McCacken Award for Economic Statistics, which recognizes both theoretical and applied contributions to the development and use of the official economic statistics in Canada
- The Journal of Labor Economics has announced the list of
their five most accessed articles published in 2012. On that
list is Professor Shintaro Yamaguchi for his article article
Heterogeneous Human Capital" (Vol. 30, No. 1, January 2012).
- The Department of Economics is pleased to offer the following Fall/Winter Economics Undergraduate Courses.
- Videos of alumni Lazina Khan (wmv, mp4) and Level I Instructor, Hannah Holmes
- If you have the prerequisites for a course but it is full on SOLAR, please fill out a SPACE form and we will respond prior to the start of term.
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Undergraduate (Graduate) Students write to:
School of Graduate Studies
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