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Practical

Simulation

Wolfram Demonstration Project

Basic Supply and Demand | Mark Gillis

Shifts in the Demand Curve | Changes in the Budget Line | Sarah Lictblau

Supply and Demand | Price-Yield Curve | Price Controls | Consumer and Producer Surplus | Revenue and Elasticity | Solow Growth Model | Elasticity, Total Revenue, and the Linear Demand Curve | Long-Run Average Total Cost | Profit Maximization in Perfect Competition | Fiona Maclachlan

Break Even | Investment Leverage Effect | Michael Schreiber

The Edgeworth Box | Seth Chandler

Why Location Matters: The Bid Rent Curve | Roger Brown

Money Supply Process | Fiona Maclachlan

Tools

Continuous and Discrete Time Discounting | Arne Eide

Simple versus Compound Interest | Discounted Present Value | Investment Returns | Jason Cawley

Present Value Calculator | Craig Bauling

Purchasing Power Calculator | Fiona Maclachlan

Mortgage Calculator | Ed Pegg, Jr

Net Present Value | Fiona Maclachlan

Amortized Loan Interest and Principal | Fiona Maclachlan

Compound Interest Table | Vivek Joshi

Website

AmosWeb | Orley Amos, Oklahoma State University.

Nobel Laureates in Economics | Nobel Foundation

Textbook companion

Economics | Joe Stiglitz and Carl Walsh - web companion to the US textbook, along with quizzes and other learning resources. Macroeconomics - Greg Mankiw - web companion to the US textbook, along with quizzes and other learning resources. 

Economics, (6th ed) | John Sloman, University of the West of England - web companion to the UK textbook, along with quizzes and other learning resources - may require registration.

Essentials of Economics | The portal for online resources and case studies relating to the popular textbook “Essentials of Economics” 

Audio

American Economic History – iTunes – J. Bradford Delong, UC Berkeley

Economic Geography of the Industrial World – iTunes – Richard Walker, UC Berkeley.

International Political Economy - iTunes - James Morrison, Middlebury College

Introduction to Economics – iTunes – J. Bradford Delong, UC Berkeley


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