Software in Mathematical Economics
Gemodel 3.2 simulates neo-classical economic models such as those found in price theory, public finance, international trade, and economic development textbooks. This software is designed to calculate numerical solutions for non-linear general equilibrium models so that the comparative static results of economic theory may be illustrated. Policy analysis can also be undertaken. Production is modelled using a variable return CES production function for two or three industries, whilst consumption is represented using a CES utility function for 1-19 household classes. The model can also be used in international trade, public finance and welfare. Users will need to purchase a license to use the software.
Software company Estima hosts example downloadable RATS files enabling replication of the examples used in many textbooks, including James Hamilton's 'Time Series Analysis', Brockwell and Davis' 'Introduction to Time Series and Forecasting', Greene's 'Econometric Analysis', Gujarati's 'Basic Econometrics' and Stock and Watson's 'Introduction to Econometrics'.
zTree (Zurich Toolbox for Readymade Economic Experiments) allows the creation and running of economic experiments over a network, without any programming knowledge. Features include data saving, time display, profit calculation and tools for screen layout. A number of games and auctions are available for free download. It can be used for a wide range of possible experiments such as public good experiments, structured bargaining experiments or markets - including double auctions and Dutch auctions. Users need to sign a license agreement to use the software.