PowerPoints for Intermediate Microeconomics
These slide shows make extensive use of animation and algebra to present microeconomic models. They include explanatory text and can be used by students for self-paced revision.
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|The Marshall, Hicks and Slutsky Demand Curves|
|17 slides||Dark on white
|The Paasche and Laspeyres Indices|
|12 slides||Dark on white
|Income Tax (by Margaret Bray, LSE)|
|107 slides||Dark on white
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These presentations were created by Cillian Ryan, University of Birmingham with enhancements by The Economics Network (expect where indicated). They were developed with a small grant from the JISC/Higher Education Academy's Distributed eLearning programme.