Economic Education in Transition
by Lewis E. Wagner & Lawrence E. Metcalf - 1963
Educational problems in the social sciences are in urgent need of serious professional study commensurate with the attention now being accorded the physical sciences. Serious gaps, both in time devoted to the subject and in depth of treatment, are evident in anthropology, geography, economics, sociology, and social psychology. In most of these areas, genuine interest is just beginning to emerge and has yet to become sufficiently crystallized to permit an analysis of trends and programs. A noteworthy exception is economics.
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