I am completing a textbook on macroeconomic theory. The target audience are advanced master students, beginning PhD students, and researchers.
The current version of the table of contents: PDF.
This page will link to
- the publisher’s website (MIT Press)
- exercises for each chapter of the book (solutions will be available from the publisher)
- selected computer code
- other teaching material
Computer code related to topics discussed in the book can be downloaded from these websites:
- Paul L. Fackler’s page CompEcon Toolbox for Matlab. Matlab code. Accompanies Mario J. Miranda and Paul L. Fackler (2004), Applied Computational Economics and Finance, MIT Press.
- Many pages on GitHub. Code in various programming languages.
- S. Borağan Aruoba and Jesús Fernández-Villaverde’s page on GitHub. Code in C++11, Fortran 2008, Java, Julia, Python, Matlab, Mathematica, and R to solve the neoclassical growth model. Accompanies S. Borağan Aruoba and Jesús Fernández-Villaverde (2014), A Comparison of Programming Languages in Economics.
- Jesse Perla, Thomas J. Sargent and John Stachurski’s page Lectures in Quantitative Economics. Python and Julia code.