Mark H. Maier, Ph.D., teaches economics at Glendale Community College, Glendale, California. He is author of The Data Game: Controversies in Social Science Statistics (3rd Edition, M.E. Sharpe), City Unions: Managing Discontent in New York City (Rutgers Univ. Press) and articles on teaching economics published in The Journal of Economic Education, Economic Inquiry, and Papers and Proceedings of the American Economic Association.
Julie A. Nelson, Ph.D., teaches economics at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and is a Senior Research Fellow with the Global Development and Environment Institute at Tufts University. She is author of Economics for Humans (University of Chicago Press), Feminism, Objectivity, and Economics (Routledge) and many articles, and co-author of Microeconomics in Context and Macroeconomics in Context (M.E. Sharpe). She has taught at institutions including the University of California-Davis, Brandeis University, and Harvard University, and her writings on economics education have appeared in the Journal of Economic Perspectives and the Post-Autistic Economics Review.