Lecture notes, reading list and assignments for Labor Economics I (graduate-level course), taught 2003-2004.
Online Text and Notes in Advanced Applied Economics
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.
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."
Video lectures, slides, sample exam papers and lecture notes from a graduate-level Fall 2008 course as part of MIT OpenCourseWare. Content is arranged in 12 topics including portfolio theory, options, present value relations and capital budgeting.
Lecture handouts, slide decks, problem sets and a detailed reading list from a graduate-level course given in 2017.
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."
The Initiative for Policy Dialogue was founded by Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz in 2002 and is based at Columbia University. It 'works to broaden dialogue and explore trade-offs' between policymakers and academics. Their four main activity areas are: task forces which bring together experts, country dialogues, a journalism programme and education programme. It also publishes papers, The Journal of Globalization and Development, books and policy briefs.
Auctions: Theory and Practice is an online book on auction theory by Paul Klemperer one of the economists responsible for the UK's record-breaking 3rd Generation mobile licence auction, the theme of the book's final section. Avoids mathematical complication and uses practical examples wherever possible. Includes more general discussion of information economics, and the uses/abuses of economic modelling; and extends ideas of auction and bargaining strategy into such areas as corporate takeovers and stock market bubbles. Chapter 1, an extensive literature review, includes questions and answers on the Revenue Equivalence Theorem and other elements of auction theory, from the Oxford Economics M.Phil. Ends with suggestions for course outlines and a detailed reference list.
This course web page is a syllabus with embedded links to .pdf readings. It supports a series of seminars on comparative systems as organised by Gerard Roland of University of California, Berkeley, in 2004.