Worksheets and Projects in Intermediate Microeconomics
The first edition of this text was published by Cambridge University Press in 2009. The second edition, last updated 2021, is available as a free 765-page PDF download. To accompany the text, the site has a ZIP file of 116 Excel workbooks.
Problems in Microeconomics is "a set of practice problems and interactive lecture displays for students and faculty in introductory courses in microeconomics", written by Byron W. Brown, Professor of Economics at Michigan State University. The material here is presented as a combination of PDF files and Excel workbooks. There are 38 topics covered, mostly of an intermediate level. The site has detailed notes for instructors.
This complete set of materials for teaching income tax has been used in a second year undergraduate microeconomics course for economics specialists at the London School of Economics. The material could also be used in a public finance course. There are 107 Powerpoint slides, a worked example to support the lecture, a class activity involving student presentations (printable instructions for students and for lecturers) and some assessment questions.
This is an index to two occasional columns from the JEP: the Puzzles column edited by Barry Nalebuff and the Classroom Games column edited by Charles A. Holt. The former presents, with answers, puzzles to stimulate teaching, research and discussion. The latter describes classroom exercises for the teaching of undergraduate-level economics.