Handbooks and reading lists in Advanced Applied Economics

David Autor & Phillip Oreopoulos, MIT

Lecture notes, reading list and assignments for Labor Economics I (graduate-level course), taught 2003-2004.

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Esther Duflo, Abhijit Banerjee, Michael Kremer, MIT

From an archived graduate-level course taught in 2002, this MIT OpenCourseWare site includes PDF-format lecture slides, a reading list and syllabus.

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Suzanne Berger and Michael Piore, MIT

Syllabus, reading list, reading questions and essay suggestions from a graduate level course taught in 2010.

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Suzanne Berger, MIT

Syllabus, reading list, assignments from a 2003 course that examines the "role of European states in postwar period of rapid economic growth and current crisis."

The materials are available in Traditional Chinese as well as in English.

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Moshe Ben-Akiva and Michael Frumin, MIT

Reading list, selected lecture notes and assignments from a Masters-level 2008 course that aims to "give a broad insight into the different facets of transportation systems, while providing a solid introduction to transportation demand and cost analyses."

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Hauke Kite-Powell, MIT

Reading list, selected lecture notes and example student work from a 2006 graduate-level course which "analyzes the relationship among industries, markets, technologies, and national policies, and introduces the concepts of national income accounts, sustainability, and intergenerational equity and their relationship to current economic practice."

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Arnaud Costinot and Dave Donaldson, MIT

Lecture notes, lecture slides, and reading list from a Spring 2013 graduate-level course covering positive and normative issues in international trade as well as inter-regional trade and economic geography.

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