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Appendix: Listing of Authors

William Walstad, John T. and Mable M. Hay Professor, Department of Economics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Carlos Asarta, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, and Director, Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship, University of Delaware

Elizabeth Breitbach, Assistant Professor, Department of Finance, Loras College

William Bosshardt, Professor, Department of Economics, and Director, Center for Economic Education, Florida Atlantic University

Julie Heath, Professor and Alpaugh Family Chair in Economics, Department of Economics, and Director, Economics Center, University of Cincinnati

Barbara O’Neill, Extension Specialist in Financial Resource Management, and Distinguished Professor, Rutgers Cooperative Extension, Rutgers University

Carly Urban, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Montana State University

Jamie Wagner, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, and Director, Center for Economic Education, University of Nebraska at Omaha

Jing Jian Xiao, Professor, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, University of Rhode Island