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Putting the Invisible Hand to Work Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Economics

by KimMarie McGoldrick

Putting the Invisible Hand to Work Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Economics Synopsis

Putting the Invisible Hand to Work Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Economics by KimMarie McGoldrick

Putting the Invisible Hand to Work Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Economics Press Reviews

This book makes a persuasive case that service learning can enhance student understanding and more. Through studies and examples the authors show how projects that bring together students, communities, and economics have the potential to transform all of these for the better.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780472067800
Publication date: 31st October 2002
Author: KimMarie McGoldrick
Publisher: The University of Michigan Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 328 pages
Categories: Economic theory & philosophy, Education,

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