Sally Clarke

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  • Naomi R. Lamoreaux, Daniel M.G. Raff, Peter Temin, Ivan Berend, Ruth Bloch, Charles Calomiris +18 others
  • 2002
Many colleagues have provided us with helpful criticisms and suggestions. We would especially like to express our appreciation to annual meetings of the Business History Conference and the Economic History Association. Raff thanks the Reginald Jones Center at Wharton for financial support. The usual disclaimer applies. The views expressed herein are those(More)
Both the increasing knowledge needed to practise as a professional, and the accelerating rate of change within the discipline suggest that traditional learning models may not address the requirements of learners. Problem-based learning (PBL) and design studios (DS) are two approaches that focus on learners developing characteristics of lifelong learning.(More)
In this paper we describe the cases developed in response to the multifaceted challenges we faced in educating IT professionals in intermediate-level programming. The challenges included: the practical nature of the subject, the level of skill attained, preparing students for the workplace and class size. We implemented Problem-Based Learning (PBL) as the(More)
For the last half-century American agriculture has been one of the most regulated, yet most successful, sectors of the American economy. The federal government administers programs to restrict production, control prices, and provide special credit for farmers. Still, what is striking about this regulation is that its introduction in the 1930s coincided with(More)
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