Aleks Angelov and Aleksandar Vasilev, American University in Bulgaria
A freeware macroeconomic game for undergraduates, based on Windows forms. The player takes the role of Bulgaria's Minister of Finance, setting a tax rate and government spending rate each quarter. The software graphs the outcomes, gives headlines on the player's performance, and has a built-in glossary. The game is described, with screenshots, in the linked case study, and the "Download" section lets you download the game.
PDF transcript of a inauguration speech given in 2012, illustrated with cartoons and graphs. Kocken calls for an understanding of risk based on Minsky's Financial Instability Hypothesis, informed by psychological research on cognitive biases. The file has been taken offline, so this link goes to the Web Archive's copy.
"This interactive simulation visualizes the welfare implications of different approaches to connect buyers and sellers of a good. The user can act as a perfectly informed social planner, as a partially informed social planner, or she can elicit bids/ask offers from simulated agents in a double auction setting. The resulting allocations with the implied consumer and producer surpluses are visualized.
Course page for a 2014 course based around Dixit and Susan Skeath's text Games of Strategy. Includes a 95-page PDF booklet of detailed lecture notes and problems, reading list for the 12-week course, and problem sets and tests with answers.