Lectures, presentations and workshops

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Theme 1
Business economics, financial literacy and entrepreneurship.
Theme 2
The economy and society: including sustainable development, the shared economy, co-operative and not-for-profit ventures.
Theme 3
Alternative teaching approaches.
Theme 4
Miscellaneous.
Know thyself - Am I a risk-lover person?
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Stimulating young entrepreneurship in East-Flanders, Belgium - Innovative educational tools on entrepreneurship

A New Test of Economic Competence (TEC): Framework and Selected Results of Two Large-Scale Assessments in Germany
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Choosing between being employed or self-employment: an active learning approach

Entrepreneurial behaviour and Entrepreneurial Education
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Influence of German school curriculum on being inspired for the topic of entrepreneurship - a case study at a German school in Madrid
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Entrepreneurship Education in Italy: an economic-psychological approach
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Kangaroos case: a business simulation
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If You Think Business Subjects Are Easy, You're Probably Not Thinking Hard Enough

FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC CULTURE IN PRIMARY SCHOOL
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The contemporary world of work: yesterday, today, and tomorrow. How to experience the transition of the working world by extracurricular learning opportunities.

Creating new jobs in the context of (youth and long-term) unemployment in Europe and digitization
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Developing case studies in entrepreneurship education
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Workshop: First steps to found a student company: The Business Model Canvas

Financial and economic socialisation as a factor of influence in teaching and learning
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Vocational orientation and cultural matching in inclusive classroom settings. A qualitative study with prospective social science teachers
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E-learning for Competency-based Sustainable Education in Ecological Economics
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Sustainable development in Economics and Social Sciences : learning by sharing

Teaching environmental macroeconomics to undergraduate students
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Teaching Interdisciplinary Projects For Economics Education
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What subject knowledge, understanding and skills is necessary to enable students to become effective consumers, producers and citizens?
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Getting started with complex challenges: learn to think like Bohr, observe like the Dalai Lama and act like Richard Branson
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Further Education in Economics for Teachers of other Subjects?
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What to do with confrontations in class ?
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Distribution of refugees in the EU - a simulation game

Changing business economics education towards sustainable professional behaviour
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Teaching Exchange Rates with a Simulation Game
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Silver Bullet; The use of Adaptive Learning Courseware
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Kangaroos case: a business simulation
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GAF: From design to explanation of the learning process using an economics gaming intervention
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The Effectiveness of Game-Based Financial Education: New Survey Evidence from Lower Secondary School Students in Finland
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Learning economics through role games

A Classroom Experiment: From Candy Price Index to Consumer Price Index

FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC CULTURE IN PRIMARY SCHOOL
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Discovering learning

Business reasoning in a dynamic case design
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Workshop: First steps to found a student company: The Business Model Canvas

Welcome to Marignoni

The Business Simulation "Traininc". How students can be trained action-orientated in economic skills
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Macroscope: Let's visualize economics
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Choosing between being employed or self-employment: an active learning approach

Teaching Interdisciplinary Projects For Economics Education
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The contemporary world of work: yesterday, today, and tomorrow. How to experience the transition of the working world by extracurricular learning opportunities.

Designing Classroom Experiments. An experimental intervention study on design criteria of experiments in economic education
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Entrepreneurial behaviour and Entrepreneurial Education
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PowerPlayer - A Game Combining Entrepreneurship Education and Education for Sustainable Development

Distribution of refugees in the EU - a simulation game

Teaching Millennials: The Economics Instructor's Toolbox
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Know thyself - Am I a risk-lover person?
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Financial and economic socialisation as a factor of influence in teaching and learning
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Further Education in Economics for Teachers of other Subjects?
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If You Think Business Subjects Are Easy, You're Probably Not Thinking Hard Enough

Can multiple small feedback activities improve students' performance and their opinion of the feedback received? Evidence from a final year compulsory module
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The Uni-Shop: New ways to develop, implement and evaluate integrative courses
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ECO-DIGITAL - International Project in the Field of Economic Education and Digitalization
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What's worth fighting for learning economics

Is Lecture Capture benefiting (HE) students? An Empirical Investigation
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A New Test of Economic Competence (TEC): Framework and Selected Results of Two Large-Scale Assessments in Germany
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GAF: From design to explanation of the learning process using an economics gaming intervention
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ACCOMPANYING ALONG THE WAY: THE EXPERIENCE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION MENTORING IN MALTA
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