Economics Examples (External Links)
Numerous examples of spreadsheet applications have been published in journals, books, and online. This page presents a list of external resources that use spreadsheets to teach economics. The References page has complete citations.
- Collections of automated interactive spreadsheets examples for principles of microeconomics
- Byron Brown's Problems in Microeconomics
- Examples tied to Gwartney, Stroup, Sobel, and Macpherson text from Wilson Mixon, Berry College.
- Collections of automated interactive spreadsheets examples for intermediate microeconomics
- Mark Walbert's Workbooks for intermediate microeconomics
- Barreto, Intermediate Microeconomics with Microsoft Excel, 2009
- Steve Erfle's Excel files used in Managerial Economics - files and text from 2001 Social Sciences Computer Review paper on teaching with Excel.
- Production theory
- Mixon and Tahomy's "Cost Curves and How they Relate"
- Holher Paetow's dynamic long run model simulation article from CHEER (1998)
- Subsidies and taxes
- Short run (IS-LM, AD/AS, etc.) model simulation
- "Using a Simple Simulation Model to Help Students "Think Like Economists" in Intermediate Macroeconomics," Edward M. McNertney and Robert F. Garnett, Jr.,'s 2006 CHEER article.
- Cahill and Kosicki's (2000) CHEER article incorporating neoclassical assumptions into IS-LM
- Ross Guest's simulation of the Taylor-Romer model from a 2002 CHEER article
- Real Business Cycle Models
- Using Spreadsheets to Teach Monte Carlo Simulations For Introductory Econometrics by R. Kim Craft, reprinted from Southern Economic Journal, 2003.
- Simple Monte Carlo Simulations on a Spreadsheet by Guy Judge, CHEER 1999