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Computational Economics

Binder

General

All the course material is written inside notebooks and markdown files (usually in slides/). Tutorial files (in tutorial/) are meant to be run and filled by students. Slides are available online. (PRs are welcome)

Each student is expected to have a clone of the course repository and update it at the beginning of each session. It is suggested to work on a copy of each file.

During the course, each student will be asked to choose and present one Julia library.

The tutorial in the last session will be the final exam.

Setup requirement

  • To make the most of the course, it is recommended to install
    • Julia 1.5
    • A good text editor (strongly advised: Visual Studio Code)
    • Git
  • As a plan B, it is possible to use the mybinder link above
    • be sure to save your work locally

Roadmap

Each session is 4 hours, and is expected to be evenly but not contiguously divided between lectures and hands-on tutorials.

Date Content Homework
04/01 Introduction, Julia Basics 1, Contagion Tutorial Finish Epidemiology Tutorial
04/15 Sequence Convergence, Solow growth Model Finish growth tutorial
04/22 Optimization Finish optimization tutorial
04/29 Optimization (2), Julia Basics 2, Differentiation First Homework
05/06 Discrete Dynamic Programming
05/20
05/27 First Order Conditions, Perturbation Analysis
06/03
06/10 Exam

Roadmap will be adjusted.

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