Intermediate Microeconomics with Microsoft Excel fully incorporates Microsoft Excel for the undergraduate intermediate microeconomics course. This unique text explains fundamental concepts in microeconomics, allowing students to acquire sophisticated Excel skills. The clear, simple writing and active learning features will appeal to modern practitioners and students.
Uses the economic approach throughout as the single central methodology, as well as concrete, numerical examples instead of abstract functions
Facilitates hands-on, active learning: instructors can display files, allowing students to work on them in the classroom or on their own
Features dynamic visualization using live graphs
Confronts mathematics head-on by using Excel to teach calculus
Presents two solutions to all problems using two systems: the numerical Excel approach and the more advanced calculus method
Provides files that can be easily modified and extended: the Comparative Statics Wizard add-in allows students to run their own analyses
Includes self-study questions combined with solutions that allow for learning during instructional hours as well as outside the classroom
The accompanying Web site may be found at depauw.edu/learn/microexcel.