# Economics Books, Documents, and Lectures

Title | Year | Description |

A Cook-Book of Mathematics (Mathematical Economics) | 1999 | A textbook distributed to the graduate students in economics at the Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education (CERGE) at Charles University in Prague. This is a short book which covers the most significant issues of mathematical economics. |

A Pedestrian's Guide to the Economy | A handy reference source that provides answers to many of the most asked, a few of the least asked, and some of the never asked questions about the economy. | |

CyberEconomics: An Analysis of Unintended Consequences | 2002 | This site is a complete, two-semester course in introductory economics. It is an interactive supplement to a principles of economics course. Topics in both microeconomics and macroeconomics are discussed. |

Did Microsoft Harm Consumers? Two Opposing Views | 2000 | This text highlights he fundamental areas of agreement and disagreement in the Microsoft Antitrust case (United States v. Microsoft) |

Introductory Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy - Lecture Nores | 2006 | These lecture notes for an introduction to macroeconomics course are very concise and straight forward and make an excellent study guide. |

Introductory Microeconomics Lecture Notes | 2006 | These lecture notes for an introduction to microeconomics course are very concise and straight forward and make an excellent study guide. |

Lecture Notes in Macroeconimics - John C. Driscoll (Brown University) | 2001 | Lecture notes for a macroeconomics course. This course will explain the trend in and growth rates of inflation and unemployment, and fluctuations in real GDP. |

Lectures On Political Economy Volume 1: General Theory | ||

Lectures On Political Economy Volume 2: Money | ||

Lectures on Really Useful Ad Hoc Macroeconomics | 1999 | Lecture notes based on lectures given at the London School of Economics, Yale University, and the University of Cambridge since the early 1980's. They are aimed at advanced undergraduates and Masters level students in economics. |

Macroeconomic Theory | Lecture notes for a macroeconomics course. The purpose of this course is to put the reader in a position to read and critically analyze journal articles in macroeconomics. | |

Mathematical Economics | Detailed lecture notes for mathematical economics - topics covered: matrix algebra, mathematical analysis, and optimization theory. | |

Microeconomic Theory | 2006 | Very detailed lecture notes (~500 pages) for a microeconomics class (Texas A&M University) |

Microeconomics Lecture - Arne Hallam (Iowa State) | 2006 | Microeconomics lecture notes (Iowa State University) |

Notes on Macroeconomic Theory - Steve Williamson (University of Iowa) | 1999 | Lecture notes for a macroeconomics course. These notes are a bit more concise than some of the other macroeconomics lecture notes (143 pages) |

Notes on Microeconomic Theory | 2006 | Lecture notes for a Microeconomics course at Harvard University (Nolan Miller) |

Principles of Economics | 2005 | These lecture notes offer an introduction to economics and discuss topics in both microeconomics and macroeconics. |

Principles of Macroeconomics Lecture Notes (MIT) | 2009 | This course is designed to introduce classic macroeconomic issues such as growth, inflation, unemployment, interest rates, exchange rates, etc. |

Real Analysis With Economic Applications | 2005 | A textbook on mathematical analysis for graduate students in economics. Covers: set theory, analysis on metric spaces, analysis on linear spaces, and analysis on metric/normed linear spaces. |

The Best of Economics | 2002 | An HTML textbook for a high school course in economics. |

The Economics of the Internet Backbone | 2004 | This paper discusses the economics of the Internet backbone. The author discusses competition on the Internet backbone as well as relevant competition policy issues. |