Exhibit 2

Exhibit 2: Top Web Accessed JEE Articles (Aug 1, 1996 - Nov 1, 1999)
# of Hits Issue Section Pages Title of Article and Author(s)
1 3510 Spring 1994 Features 179-190 Total Quality Management (TQM) of Teaching and Learning
  John F. Chizmar
2 3204 Summer 1992 Research 209-217 An Estimate of Race and Gender Role-Model Effects in Teaching High School
  Mark O Evans
3 2588 Fall   1994 Content 343-348 The Gold at Fort Knox
  William Wood
4 2355 Winter 1994 Research 17-30 Public Vs. Private Secondary Schools and the Production of Economic Education
  Paul Grimes
5 1916 Fall   1995 Instruction 352-356 Looking Backward at Feasible Socialism: Using Bellamy to Teach Schumpeter
  William T. Bogart
6 1749 Winter 1990 Instruction 71-72 A New Approach to Team Teaching
  David L. Lindauer
7 1673 Summer 1996 Features 276-283 Total Quality Management in Economic Education: Defining the Market
  Margaret Ray
8 1642 Summer 1992 Research 219-231 Gender Differences in Economic Knowledge: An Extension of the Analysis
  Mary L. Williams, Charles Waldauer and Vijaya G. Duggal
9 1485 Fall   1990 Instruction 388-394 How Budget Deficits Cause Trade Deficits: The Simple Analytics
  Marc Lieberman
10 1435 Spring 1998 (pdf) Research 99-110 The Impact of the Internet on Economic Education
  Rajshree Agarwal and A. Edward Day
11 1408 Fall   1990 Instruction 402-410 Did Babe Ruth Have a Comparative Advantage as a Pitcher?
  Edward M Scahill
12 1371 Summer 1992 Content 255-261 Consistent Comparisons Between Monopoly and Perfect Competition
  Susan E. Skeath, Ann D. Velenchik, Len M. Nichols, and Karl E. Case
13 1177 Winter 1998 Instruction 54-64  The Business Plan Approach to introductory Microeconomics
  Dale DeBoer
14 1144 Spring 1998 Research 99-110 The Impact of the Internet on Economic Education
  Rajshree Agarwal and A. Edward Day
15 1083 Fall   1990 Content 411-419 Regions of the Production Function, Returns, and Economies of Scale
  Lila J Truett and Dale B Truett
16 966 Summer 1998 Instruction 247-261 Building a Homepage for Your Economics Class
  Jane H Leuthold
17 951 Summer 1994 Instruction 261-265  The Short- and Long-Run Marginal Cost Curve: An Alternative Explanation
  Laura A Boyd and David W Boyd
18 918 Winter 1994 Instruction 44-48 A Macroeconomic Approach to Teaching Supply-Side Economics
  Ben L Kyer and Gary E Maggs
19 874 Fall   1995 Instruction 45-48 Willie Mays: Meet John Nash
  Thomas E Merz
20 861 Winter 1998 Research 3-10 The One-Minute Paper: Some Empirical Findings
  John F Chizmar and Anthony L Ostrosky
21 845 Fall   1991 Instruction 307-311 Linking the Production Possibilities Curve, the Supply Curve, and the Competitive Norm
  George Kosicki
22 821 Fall   1998 (pdf) Content 347-357 The Meaning of Competition: A Graphical Exposition
  Donghyun Park
23 816 Winter 1998 (pdf) Instruction 54-64  The Business Plan Approach to Introductory Microeconomics
  Dale DeBoer
24 814 Summer 1988 Research 217-230 Grade inflation: A Way Out
  Hamid Zangenehzadeh
25 797 Winter 1998 (pdf) Research 3-10 The One-Minute Paper: Some Empirical Findings
  John F Chizmar and Anthony L Ostrosky
26 793 Fall   1998 Features 377-379 LSAT Scores of Economics Majors
  Michael Nieswiadomy
27 754 Summer 1998 (pdf) Instruction 202-211 General Equilibrium in a Nutshell: An Explicit Function Example
  James A Yunker
28 735 Spring 1991 Content 165-171 Louis Bachelier: The Father of Modern Option Pricing Theory
  Edward J. Sullivan and Timothy M. Weithers
29 708 Winter 1996 Research 3-25 Personality Type and Student Performance in Principles of Economics
  Mary O Borg and Stephen L Shapiro
30 694 Winter 1996 Instruction 37-44 An Experiment in Comparative Advantage
  Michael J Haupert
31 675 Summer 1998 Instruction 212-226 Guidelines for a Classroom Presentation on Homelessness: A Demand and Supply Curve Analysis
  Renya Reed Wasson
32 661 Fall   1995 Research 291-307 Notetaking, Working Memory, and Learning in Principles of Economics
  Elchanan Cohn, Sharon Cohn and James Bradley, Jr.
33 652 Winter 1998 Instruction 14-22  Getting Tough on Crime: Exercises in Unusual Indifference Curves
  William L Holahan
34 632 Fall   1989 Instruction 379-389 Excise Taxes and the Price Elasticity of Demand
  Ralph C Gamble, Jr
35 628 Summer 1998 Instruction 202-211 General Equilibrium in a Nutshell: An Explicit Function Example
  James A Yunker
36 617 Winter 1998 (pdf) Instruction 14-22  Getting Tough on Crime: Exercises in Unusual Indifference Curves
  William L Holahan
37 614 Summer 1992 Instruction 236-246 The Stock Market Game: Classroom Use and Strategy
  William C. Wood, Sharon L. O'Hare and Robert L. Andrews
38 611 Winter 1992 Instruction 23-33 On the Teaching of Portfolio Theory
  Daniel K Biederman
39 600 Spring 1994 Instruction 137-147 The Case of a 'Giffen Good
  Uriel Spiegel
40 598 Winter 1999 Research 3-19 Gender and the Study of Economics: The Role of Gender of the instructor
  Roberta Edgecombe Robb and A. Leslie Robb
41 594 Spring 1995 Instruction 122-130 Linking the Keynesian Cross and the Production Possibilities Frontier
  Roger W Garrison
42 578 Summer 1998 Features 285-288  Trends in Undergraduate Economics Degrees: A 1996-97 Update
  John J Siegfried
43 573 Summer 1998 Research 195-201 Student Response to Selective Grading in College Economics Courses
  Ellen Miller and Geraldine Westmoreland
44 559 Fall   1998 Instruction 321-329 Teaching Introductory Economics with a Collaborative Leaning Lab Component
  Robert L Moore
45 555 Fall   1998 (pdf) Instruction 321-329 Teaching Introductory Economics with a Collaborative Leaning Lab Component
  Robert L Moore
46 547 Fall   1993 Instruction 291-315 Computerized Laboratory Exercises for Microeconomics Education: Three Applications
  Motivated by the Methodology of Experimental Economics
  Arlington Williams and James Walker
47 545 Spring 1994 Research 121-133 Cheating by Economics Students: A Comparison of Survey Results
  Joe Kerkvliet
48 535 Fall   1998 Instruction 301-311 The Courtroom Comes to the Classroom: Estimating Economic Damages as an Instructional Device
  W Kip Viscusi and Joni Hersch
49 519 Winter 1999 Features 80-88 The Doctoral Origins of Economics Faculty and the Education of Economics Doctorates
  Paul Pieper and Rachel Willis
50 514 Spring 1998 Instruction 127-138 Experimental Moralities: Ethics in Classroom Experiments
  James Stodder