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Teaching Economics with Interactive Browser-Based Models

@article{DominguezMoran2020TeachingEW,
  title={Teaching Economics with Interactive Browser-Based Models},
  author={Juan Dominguez-Moran and Rouven Geismar},
  journal={arXiv: General Finance},
  year={2020}
}
Interactive simulation toolkits come in handy when teaching macroeconomic models by facilitating an easy understanding of underlying economic concepts and offering an intuitive approach to the models' comparative statics. Based on the example of the IS-LM model, this paper demonstrates innovative browser-based features well-suited for the shift in education to online platforms accelerated by COVID-19. The free and open-source code can be found alongside the standalone HTML files for the AD-AS… Expand

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