This site contains an online version of a survey text in economics that relies on an institutionalist/Post-Keynesian approach. The text may be viewed online or Word 7.0 copies of the chapters may be downloaded.

An online expanded version of his Economic Literacy book. This book is designed to provide an intuitive explanation of economic concepts to the general public (and struggling principles students).

In this alternative introductory text, Dr. Ashby has re-engineered macroeconomics with emphasis upon the operational mechanics of the microeconomic engines that power the macro-economy.

by Matthias Doepke, Andreas Lehnert, and Andrew Sellgren

An online textbook that is designed to supplement and extend the analysis in Macroeconomics by Robert Barro. This text provides a mathematical analysis of the issues and models discussed in Barro's text.

This online textbook, provided by R. Preston McAfee (Calfornia Institute of Technology) provides a rigorous coverage of a wide range of microeconomic topics. It's a remarkably comprehensive introductory text.

by Matthias Doepke, Andreas Lehnert, and Andrew Sellgren

An online textbook that is designed to supplement and extend the analysis in Macroeconomics by Robert Barro. This text provides a mathematical analysis of the issues and models discussed in Barro's text.

This text provides a modern treatment of macroeconomic analysis. Particular emphasis is placed on the development of the microfoundations of macroeconomic theory. This textbook is available as a .pdf file.

This online textbook provides a rigorous coverage of a wide range of microeconomic topics. While it is listed as an introductory textbook, it covers a wide range of topics that is equivalent to an intermediate level textbook.

This text, published by Princeton University Press (2006) contains a set of lecture notes for the first quarter of a graduate microeconomics course. These notes were developed by Ariel Rubinstein will teaching graduate microeconomics courses at Tel Aviv, Princeton, and New York Universities. A printable verion of this text, corrections, links, and minor modifications may be found at: http://arielrubinstein.tau.ac.il/index.html.

The entire 1998 MIT Press text is available online at this site. This book contains an investigation of methods that have been used to introduce the effects of bounded rationality into economic models.

This website contains links to the full-text of this collection of five essays examining the relationships between economics and language. These essays are extended versions of the Churchill lectures delivered by Ariel Rubinstein in May 1998. Among other issues, these essays examine the relationship between mathematical language and natural language in economic analysis. This was initially published by Cambridge University Press in 2000.

This is the text of a book that has been out of print since 1975. It provides a discussion of mathematical programming, optimal control, and dynamic programming.

This website contains a draft of an online textbook on the history of economic thought. (Some of the sections are currently available only in outline format.)

by Steven M. Suranovic (George Washington University)

This web site contains links to a free html version of the text as well as a pay-per-view version in Adobe Acrobat format. The free version does not contain answer keys.

This online copy of a 2000 Princeton University Press text provides a superb introduction to the relationships between law and economics. Topics included in this text include economic analyses of: crime, externalities, marriage, fertility, divorce, the value of life, contract law, tort law, and many other topics.

This online text contains a discussion of topics in real analysis that are extensively used in economics. Economic examples are used throughout the text.

The focus is upon the operational mechanics of U.S. monetary institutions. The book uses the re-engineered macro analysis from Intermediate Macro Mechanics.

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