This page provides links to class materials and related resources for microeconomic theory.

Class materials

Resources for microeconomists

- AEA American Economic Association
- Babel Tools for integrating computer code and output into documents, to facilitate reproducible research
- EconLit Index and abstracts covering publications in economics
- Emacs Editor Macros
- ES Econometric Society
- GAMS General Algebraic Modeling System, useful for computable general equilibrium modeling
- MathSciNet Index and abstracts of mathematical publications
- OSCEF Project to support CGE models linking economic and environmental processes
- PlanetMath Math encyclopedia, papers, and books under GNU Free Documentation License
- RFE Bill Goffe's Resources for Economists on the Internet
- Rubinstein Ariel Rubinstein's
home page, with links to freely downloadable copies of his books,
including
*Lecture Notes in Microeconomic Theory*, 2nd edition, 2012 - SAGE Open-source mathematical software
- Theoretical Economics An open-access journal
- TUG TeX Users Group

John P. Burkett

Department of Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

Coastal Institute

University of Rhode Island

Kingston, RI 02881

phone: (401) 874–9195

email: burkett at uri dot edu

Last modified: September 10, 2012