Is economics coursework, or majoring in economics, associated with different civic behaviors?

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Sam Allgood; William Bosshardt; Wilbert Van der Klaauw; Michael Watts;
(2010)
  • Publisher: New York, NY: Federal Reserve Bank of New York
  • Subject: A22 | civic behaviors | Education ; Economics - Study and teaching ; Business and education ; Human behavior ; Volunteers | A13 | D71 | Economics training
    • ddc: ddc:330

Studies regularly link levels of educational attainment to civic behavior and attitudes, but only a few investigate the role played by specific coursework. Using data collected from students who attended one of four public universities in our study, we investigate the r... View more
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