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Microsoft Excel as a Visual [Basic] Teaching and Learning Tool

Microsoft Excel as a Visual [Basic] Teaching and Learning Tool

This site shows some of what Microsoft Excel can offer as a programming environment for the creation of interactive teaching and learning tools.

The available "interactive" Excel files

Primarily for Undergraduates in an Experiments-based Course
-  Demand, supply and equilibrium
-  Unit tax
-  Prohibition
-  Labor market problems
-  Pollution
-  Long-run equilibrium
-  Productivity
-  Comparative advantage
-  Bargaining

Primarily for More Advanced Microeconomics and Quantitative Work
-  Comparative statics
-  Preferences
-  Isoquants Contract curves
-  Walrasian equilibrium
-  Game theory
-  Statistics and probability
-  Financial Pure mathematics
-  Physics

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