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Open Educational Resources: Economics

A "getting started" guide overviewing open, editable, and lower-cost textbooks and open teaching & learning resources for faculty, students, and librarians.

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Economics

On this page you will find several openly licensed Economics textbooks along with supplemental material, interactive simulations, and other resources.

Discipline-specific pages are not intended to be exhaustive, but to showcase content that may be of interest to faculty considering adopting open educational resources for use in their classes. 

For more information about Creative Commons including license descriptions, please see the Creative Commons tab.

Featured Resources

Electronic cost ($0). Print ~$30.

Supplementary Materials for Principles of Macroeconomics include: Getting Started Guide for Students, Sapling Learning($), Memory Science, and for Faculty only: Getting Started Guide for Faculty, Instructor Solutions Manual, Powerpoint Slides, MacroEconomics Test Bank, Sample Syllaus Language, Lumen Learning LMS integration, and Top Hat.

Electronic cost ($0). Print ~$30.

Supplementary materials for Principles of Microeconomics include: Getting Started Guide for Students, Sapling Learning, Memory Science, and faculty-only resources including: Getting Started Guide for Faculty, Instructor Solutions Manual, Powerpoint slides, MicroEconomics Text Bank, Sample Syllabus Language, Lumen Learning LMS implementation, and Top Hat.

Open Textbooks

Microeconomics: Theory Through Applications by Cooper & John (CC BY-NC-SA) 

Money & Banking by Wright (CC BY-NC-SA)

 

Additional economics textbooks listed by 

CollegeOpenTextbooks.org

University of Minnesota Open Textbook Library (search for "Economics")

 

See also

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