Worksheets and Projects in Principles (General)

Carnegie Mellon University

This is an online economics course produced by Carnegie Mellon University, which provides access to online course workbooks used in the full semester course on economics. This open and free version of the online workbooks does not include access to the virtual online experiments, end-of-module graded exams or to the course instructor. There are seven experiments and related workbooks on topics such as, supply and demand, monopoly and cartels and network externalities.

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Greg Delemeester, Marietta College, Jurgen Brauer, Marietta College

This Web site is a resource for lecturers who would like to use non-computerised economic games. The bulk of the site consists of an annotated and hyperlinked compilation of more than 150 games, which could be used to teach fundamental micro and macroeconomic concepts. It has been produced by Greg Delemeester and Jurgen Brauer.

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