Teaching Cases in Environmental Economics and Policy

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Petr Šauer
Aleš Lisa

Abstract

Teaching cases is quite well-known powerful educational tool, which belongs to modern methods of teaching and learning. They are distinguished from case studies used for research purposes.

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Šauer, P., & Lisa, A. (2007). Teaching Cases in Environmental Economics and Policy. Envigogika, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.19
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