on line courses
Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
The Prisoners’ Dilemma is a classic problem in economics with a clear theoretical outcome of non-cooperation. In practice, however, people are sometimes “nicer” than economists predict…and apparently this makes the game interesting enough to make a game show about . (Yes, I have been fascinated by this for going on two and a half years now.)
Graphic representations of various concepts in microeconomics (e.g. monopoly, consumer and producer surplus, Edgeworth Box), macroeconomics (e.g. Solow growth model, Keynesian cross, Lorenz Curve and Gini coefficient), game theory (e.g. Nash equilibrium in 3x3 game, binomial tree) and financial theory (e.g. net present value, price-yield curve). Submitted by various authors in Mathematica, with short explanation of underlying theory, and options to manipulate the diagram by changing the different variables.