Computational Economics

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Christopher D. Carroll (Economics, JHU)

Solving Microeconomic Dynamic Stochastic Optimization Problems (Lecture notes with Mathematica and Matlab codes)

Solving Representative Agent Dynamic Stochastic Optimization Problems (Lecture notes with Mathematica codes)

RYAN BANERJEE (Economics, University of Maryland, College Park)

A short applied dynamic programming course

Cramton

Economics 300, Mathematica Demonstrations by Topic

Conrad Wolfram (at TEDGlobal 2010)

Stop Teaching Calculating, Start Teaching Math

Dimitri P. Bertsekas

Dynamic Programming and Optimal Control

Michal Król

demonstrating the potential of Wolfram Mathematica for Economic research and teaching

 

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Written by Jingjing Wang

09/22/2011 at 2:56 pm

Posted in Lecture

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