Document Type

Article

Journal/Book Title/Conference

Applied Economics Letters

Volume

15

Issue

14

Publication Date

2008

First Page

1085

Last Page

1088

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.