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D is for Dillydally?
Applied Economics Letters
  • Arthur J. Caplan, Utah State University
  • John Gilbert
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2008
Abstract
Evidence from online assignments in an intermediate microeconomics course suggests that non-procrastinators (both early-starters and front-loaders) score higher than their dilly-dallying counterparts. Students who are busier in school tend to start their assignments earlier.
Citation Information
Caplan, Arthur J., and John Gilbert. (2008) "D is for Dillydally?" Applied Economics Letters, 15(14), 1085-1088.