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Computers in Higher Education Economics Review (CHEER) Archive

Volume 20
2008: Evaluation of Clickers, Using Excel in Maths Assignments, Plagiarism: bringing Economics and Education together, Using Blogs
Volume 19
2007: Optimal control theory in Excel Solver, Real Business Cycles in Excel, Binomial Option Trees in MathCad, dynamic Cournot model, comparative advantage learning software
Volume 18
2006: Exhaustible resource problems, Learning styles in eLearning, Modelling path dependence, Modelling excise taxes, Simulating a customs union, Simulations for intermediate macro
Volume 17
2005: Trade Wars in Excel, Cellular Automata in Excel, Explanatory Variables in Risk Simulation, Call Centre Simulation, Illustrating Economics with Computer-Generated Stories
Volume 16
2004: Game Show for Economics Principles, Estimating a Plane, Distance Learning with WebCT, Exhaustible Resource Models in GAMS, Models in JavaScript, Gauss 4.0 Review
Volume 15
2002: Taylor-Romer model in a spreadsheet, Numerical optimal control in continuous time, Spreadsheets on the web, Courseware for Business Economics
Volume 14
No.2 August 2001: Excel worksheets in principles courses, A New Keynesian model with spreadsheets, Ramsey growth model using Mathcad, Financial concepts in the complex plane follow-up, EViews 4.0 Review
No.1 September: Financial concepts in the complex plane, Risk simulation model on a spreadsheet, Acronyms demystified, Internet Economist, STAMP 6.0 Review
Volume 13
No.2 November: Heckscher-Ohlin Model in spreadsheets, Two-asset portfolio model on a spreadsheet, Monte Carlo on a spreadsheet, Modelling via the Internet, Online Glossaries, MIMAS
No.1 May: Investigating Stationarity with Excel, Input-Output Relationships with Excel, Genetic Algorithms for Optimisation, On-line Quizzes for Economics
Volume 12
No.2 November: Assessing key computing skills, Evidence of success with WinEcon, Development of a multimedia/distance learning course, Inomics, IBSS.
No.1 March: Dynamic equilibrium simluation with spreadsheets, Bezier Curves, Lessons from introduction of WinEcon, Effect of CBL on low-performance students.
Volume 11
No.2 September: Rapid authoring of interactive web applications, NetQuest, Live Authoring, On-line electronic applications, conference reports.
No.1 March: Optimisation using Excel Solver, Linear programming on the web, The developing electronic library, NetEc, ASSA 1997 report.
Volume 10
No.3 November: Economic optimisation with Excel, Experiments using BOSSCAT, Smithtown UK, Bized and SOSIG, CALECO 96 report.
No.2 June: Optimisation with GAMS, Project ICONS, Using MicroSIM, Creating courseware with Excel, Student-created spreadsheet models.
No.1 March: Learning how students learn, Calculating real rates of interest with Excel, Non-linear least squares with DERIVE, Scientific Workplace examples.
Volume 9
No.3 November: CAL, apartheid and economics education in South Africa, Linear programming with Excel Solver, General equilibrium for Cobb-Douglas economy in DERIVE.
No.2 June: Systems modelling using OO software, Long- and short-run costs in DERIVE, SuperCAL, Game theory with spreadsheets.
No.1 March: PC-aided empirical labour market research, Macroeconomics and IT applications, ASSA 1995 report.

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