Other ProjectsThe Association has also organised a series of projects to allow economics teachers in different countries to work together. Many of these were linked to preparing the ground for a forthcoming conference, but a number broke new ground in developing curriculum materials for use in schools throughout Europe. The most notable of these have been:
1. The European Economics Teaching Database Project – EURECO and SECOS
2. Macro-economics Database of Europe in Transition Project with the Council of Europe
3. Economics and Business Across Europe Project with BP
The AEEE Journal “Economia” achieved a very respectable standing within the Economics Education community, and attracted contributions from many countries across the world but proved uneconomic in the longer term.
There have also been moves to open the conferences organised by National Associations to AEEE members. This has happened with two conferences organised by Italian teachers in Milano, a joint national conference organised by VECON in the Netherlands and the Flemish Economics teachers in Belgium and a conference of the UK Economics and Business Education Association in Glasgow.