Lecture Slides in Maths for Economists
"A pre-sessional resource to refresh mathematical skills and techniques in preparation for an undergraduate degree in economics." Has more than eighty videos with captions, plus slides and interactive quizzes to cover seventeen topics from arithmetic and basic algebra to matrices, at each stage showing how these techniques are relevant to economics. Created with funding from the Royal Economic Society.
Forty minute video using narrated slides to give an overview of mathematical and economic concepts relating to COVID-19. Covers a simplified version of the SIR model of epidemics, justifying healthcare expenditure, and flattening the curve. Linked from the description are the original slides and the Excel model. Part of the CORE Economics resources created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mathematics for economists is a course webpage produced by Dieter Balkenborg of the University of Exeter, the 2008 version of the course was taught by Juliette Stephenson. The material includes lecture slides, class exercises and solutions, homework tasks, and exam papers, usually made available as PDF files. Also includes links to previous versions of the course stretching back to 2001.