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Free Market Economics: A Syllabus

״This SYLLABUS is intended to help teachers of high school economics explain economic principles in the classroom. However,... see more
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Author: Bettina Bien Greaves
Date Added: Jun 15, 2011 Date Modified: Jun 15, 2011
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Game Theory

This is a free, online course offered by Yale University.״This course is an introduction to game theory and strategic... see more
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Author: Ben Polak
Date Added: Jun 11, 2012 Date Modified: Jun 11, 2012
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Government Spending: Why Do We Spend the Way We Do?

Students look at definitions for the three categories of federal spending and using the internet locate examples of each.... see more
Material Type: Tutorial
Author: NCEE
Date Added: Aug 27, 2005 Date Modified: Aug 27, 2005
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Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

This lesson introduces regulation and information as two tools used by government to promote fair competition and complete... see more
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Author: Patricia Bonner
Date Added: Aug 27, 2005 Date Modified: Aug 27, 2005
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Highwire Press (Stanford University)

Highwire press provides a list of journals offering free online access to developing economies. Individual publishers use the... see more
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Author: Highwire Press (Stanford University)
Date Added: Mar 10, 2008 Date Modified: Mar 10, 2008
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I Don't Want Much, I Just Want More: Allocation

In this lesson, students will examine different methods for allocating resources, taking note of the cost and benefits... see more
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Author: Cindy Crain and Dwight R. Lee
Date Added: Aug 27, 2005 Date Modified: Aug 27, 2005
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In Praise of Athletes' High Salaries

This is a simulation that demonstrates the concepts of utility and marginal pricing. The student learns to realize that... see more
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Author: Foundation for Economic Education
Date Added: Oct 23, 2001 Date Modified: Sep 10, 2015
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Introduction to Economic Analysis

״This book presents introductory economics material using standard mathematical tools, including calculus. It is designed for... see more
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Author: R. Preston McAfee
Date Added: Jun 15, 2011 Date Modified: Mar 09, 2012
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Introduction to Economics

This is a free online course from UC Berkeley that is offered as podcasts.The course is a general introduction to economics... see more
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Author: J. Bradford Delong
Date Added: Jun 12, 2012 Date Modified: Jun 12, 2012
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Labor and Employment Statistics

This website provides links to various categories of labor and employment statistics. The information is obtained from the... see more
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Author: infoplease.com
Date Added: Apr 20, 2002 Date Modified: Apr 20, 2002
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