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This is an index to a set of Macromedia Flash and QuickTime tutorials on demand, elasticity, circular flow and production... see more

This is an index to a set of interactive Excel modules that allow students to interact with equations and graphs of... see more

Four Flash animations of graphical analysis on specialization and comparative advantage

The purpose of this interactive multimedia material is to enable students to learn and comprehend the cause-effect... see more

The purpose of this interactive technical note is to help students to learn and comprehend the effect of changes in the... see more

This site shows some of what Microsoft Excel can offer as a programming environment for the creation of interactive... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user sets the parameters for a parabola and the parabolic path of its vertex so that... see more

Explain and generate production and cost curves with Flash animation. Fully interactive navigation. Ideal for classroom... see more

Generating all short-run cost curves from short-run production curve using Flash animation. Suitable for classroom... see more

This is a short animation that shows the effect of a change in demand on price.

This is an animation that illustrates what happens with both an increase and decrease of demand.

By means of four spin buttons, the user sets the relative values of the exponents in the Cobb-Douglas utility functions... see more

By means of five spin buttons, the user sets the coefficients for the indifference curves for the perfect complements,... see more

By means of six spin buttons, the user fixes the coefficients for the indifference curves for the perfect complements and... see more

By means of five spin buttons, the user fixes the coefficients for the indifference curves for the perfect complements,... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user sets the slope of the straight-line indifference curves, the relative values of... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user fixes the coefficients for the indifference curves for the perfect substitutes... see more

By means of five spin buttons, the user sets the parameters for the quasi-linear and Cobb-Douglas preferences and the... see more

By means of seven spin buttons, the user sets the parameters for the quasi-linear preferences, the parameters for the... see more

By means of six spin buttons, the user sets the parameters for the quasi-linear preferences, the parameter for the... see more

By means of six spin buttons, the user fixes the coefficients for quasi-linear preferences for each trader and the... see more

By means of three spin buttons, the user changes the values of the parameters that affect the orientation of the... see more

By means of six spin buttons, the user sets the parameters for the Cobb-Douglas preferences for each trader, the total... see more