QuantEcon members are preparing a series of high quality hardcopy textbooks on topics in computational economics and economic dynamics, partly supported by generous funding from Schmidt Futures.
The textbooks will combine a free PDF with published hardcopy.
The first text, on network economics, is available here.
Forthcoming hardcopy textbooks include
- Dynamic Programming Volume I: Foundations
- Dynamic Programming Volume II: Advanced Theory
- Macroeconomic Dynamics: Theory and Computation
- Machine Learning and Econometrics
Suggestions on topics are welcome. Please direct them to email@example.com or the Discourse forum.