I am happy to report that I will be a Visiting Professor at the Georgetown Public Policy Institute during the 2009-2010 academic year. It will be fun to return to the classroom after an eleven-year hiatus.
Given everything I’ve learned in the intervening years, I think I will teach economics quite differently. For example, I think it’s essential to include some insights from behavioral economics in my basic microeconomics course.
Suggestions welcome for fun examples, articles, blog postings, etc. that you think public policy students might enjoy in a micro course.
Note: I’ll provide a link once GPPI has time to add me to their web site. At the moment, linking over there would make it look like I am making this up.