- Daniel J. Benjamin
Homepage of Harvard economics PhD. candidate Daniel J. Benjamin.
LEEPS -- Learning and Experimental Economics Projects at Santa Cruz
The LEEPS Lab is run by economists at UCSC and elsewhere who conduct research on decision making processes. Using funds from the National Science Foundation and other granting agencies, we create laboratory games for humans to play, and keep track of the choices that people make. Some of the games are multiplayer interactive, and other games are single player. Analyzing the choices helps us better understand the decision processes that real people use.
Problem Based Learning for High School Economics, Buck Institute for Education
Engaging, classroom-tested, standards-based curriculum materials and teacher training programs for high school teachers of micro- and macro-economics. Units available for free downloading.
Jesse M. Shapiro
Homepage of Harvard economics PhD. candidate Jesse M. Shapiro.
Natuaral Price Theory and Model
New value Theory and World Macroeconomic Model
Antiquariaat Matthys de Jongh
Old, rare and scholarly books on economics, social sciences and history, philosophy, and related subjects, Dutch history
Student Placement Center of Canada
Recruite International students for Canadian Colleges and Univercities.
VORSIM is a set of computer programs that helps build, operate, and manage mathematical models in the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. The software can be used to create dynamic time series models, static partial equilibrium economic models, engineering process models, business plan projections, Armington bilateral trade flow models, or any other type of simultaneous or multi-equation simulation model that can be constructed in a spreadsheet. While you specify the structure and equations for a model, VORSIM automates some of the most tedious parts of model building while retaining all of the convenience of spreadsheets.
collection of networking projects for academic Economics.
Great Schools of Economic Theory
Concise, contextual introduction to mercantilists, physiocrats, classicals, marginalists, marxists, institutionalists, and keynesians.
Provides Resources to High School Economics Teachers in New Zealand and Australia. Texts contain fun activities designed to enhance the teaching of key Economic concepts to students.
International Institute of Public Finance (IIPF)
The aims of the Institute are the study of Public Finance and Public Economics, research in these fields, and the establishment of contacts and exchange of opinions on these problems among persons of all nationalities.
Policy Modelling International Conference (EcoMod 2002)
Held in Brussels, Belgium.
Links to international economic data.