Economics Instructional Videos and Notes
This is a collection of all my videos teaching economic concepts. I've also included Lecture Notes when I have them available. At the bottom is a collection of Lecture Notes and Materials that I hope to have videos for one day as well.
These are all videos of me personally teaching the material.
Mostly Videos with Some Lecture Notes
Solow Model Basics

Solow Model 1: Review

Solow Model 2: Review Golden Rule and maxConsumption Steady Stateâ€‹

Solow Model 3: Review change in Depreciation Rate (delta)

Solow Model 4: Review change in Technology (A)

Solow Model 5: Review Increase in the Savings Rate

Evaluating Growth 1: Basic Solow Model
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Solow Model with Population Growth

Solow Model with Pop 1: Basics

Solow Model with Pop 2: Basics Pt 2

Evaluating Growth 2: Solow with Population Growth
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Solow Model with Technological Progress

Solow Model with Tech 1: Overview Pt. 1

Solow Model with Tech 2: Overview Pt. 2

Solow Model with Tech 3: Exogenous AGrowth

Evaluating Growth 3: Solow with Exogenous Tech

Solow Model with Tech 4: LaborAugmenting Growth

Evaluating Growth 4: Solow with Labor Augmenting Tech
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Evalutating the Solow Models in terms of GDP per Capita
(These are the same as above, just all collected in one location)

Lecture Notes: Comparing Models (This PDF explains comparisons. It only includes some of the models.)

Evaluating Growth 1: Basic Solow Model

Evaluating Growth 2: Solow with Population Growth

Evaluating Growth 3: Solow with Exogenous Tech

Evaluating Growth 4: Solow with Labor Augmenting Tech
Lecture Notes
Core Economic Material Review
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Supply and Demand Analysis

Basic Math and S&D Models (download)  same as notes below under "Math Stuff"

Intro Supply and Demand Analysis (download)  this is a longer, verbal and graphical (no math needed) intro to supply and demand analysis with several pages of examples at the end

Slow Price versus Slow Quantity Adjustment and Time Paths (download)
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Math Stuff
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Basic Math Review and Intro to Supply and Demand Models (2004 notes from my MBA class). (download)
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Converting to Growth Rates (% Changes): PDF Download on "Hat Algebra"  I do a lot of converting things into growth rates (percentage changes). The notation I use for growth rates is a "hat" over a variable. I teach my undergraduate students a few quick rules to convert variables into "hats" and I call it "hat algebra".
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Derivatives in 10 Min or Less: Downloadable PDF Note
â€‹Transaction Costs and The Birth of Money

Lecture Notes: Transaction Costs  A Basic Introduction

Lecture Notes: Transaction Costs  The Birth of Money
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Money and the Price Level in the Short and LongRun

Lecture Notes: Money and Prices

Video: The Birth of Money  Intro

Video: Money in the Short and Long Run  Part 2 The Mechanism
"The Nominal Money Market" or "The Market for Nominal Money Balances"

â€‹â€‹Money Market 1: Money Demand

Money Market 2: Graphing Money Demand

Money Market 3: Money Supply

Money Market 4: Equilibrium

Money Market 5: Short Run Analysis

Money Market 6: Long Run Analysis

Money Market 7: Time Paths

Money Market 8: Growth Rate of Money Part 1

Money Market 9: Growth Rate of Money Part 2
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Converting the Real Money Market to the Nominal Money Market (especially for EC 350 students)

Real to Nominal Money Market 01: Basics

Real to Nominal Money Market 02: Increase in M

Real to Nominal Money Market 03: Decrease in M

Real to Nominal Money Market 04: Increase in y
Money and Money Markets

Lecture Notes: The Monetary System. Notes on Mankiw Chapter 4
The following notes cover all the material in the above notes from Mankiw's book, just in pieces and with specific emphasis on certain aspects. I recommend using the Mankiw Chap 4 notes and the notes below, then the videos too.
(The following notes are handwritten but will slowly be converted to typed notes.)

Lecture Notes: Putting Money Into the Economy  Part 1 Basicsâ€‹

Lecture Notes: Putting Money Into the Economy  Part 2 Gifts

Lecture Notes: Putting Money Into the Economy  Part 3 Domestic Open Market Operations

Video: Putting Money Into the Economy (covers material in "Putting Money Into Economy Notes Parts 1, 2 and 3")

Lecture Notes: The Money Multiplier Part 1 The Banking Multiplier

Lecture Notes: The Money Multiplier Part 2 Counting Money

Lecture Notes: The Money Multiplier Part 3 The Full Multiplier

Lecture Notes: The USA's Central Bank  The Fed

Lecture Notes: Bank Panics Part 1  The Fragile System

Lecture Notes: Bank Panics Part 2  Solutions and Problems

Lecture Notes: Bank Panics Part 3  The Problem of Leverage

Video: Banking Panicsâ€‹
The ASAD Model
These cover the basics of Aggregate Supply  Aggregate Demand analysis. The model is done in an open economy, including the basic effects on NX.

ASAD 1 video: Introduction

ASAD 2 video: Graphing ASAD

ASAD 3 video: LongRun Agg. Supply

ASAD 4 video: ShortRun Agg. Supply

ASAD 5 video: Consumer Optimism Example

ASAD 6 video: Consumer Optimism Part II (includes time paths)

ASAD 7 video: Pessimism Example

ASAD 8 video: Pessimism Part II (includes time paths)
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Applying Open Economy ASAD Model to Analyzing Tariffs
These are from a video series I did awhile ago. We didn't cover tariffs in the course. They are simply a tax on foreign goods entering a country.
Flexible Exchange Rate Regime Analysis
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Unanticipated and Temporary Changes in Levels

Flex E 1: Unanticipated & Temporary Increase in the Domestic Money Supply

Flex E 2: Unanticipated & Temporary Increase in Domestic real GDP (real Income), y

*Flex E 3: Unanticipated & Temporary Increase in theForeign Money Supply
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Unanticipated and Permanent Changes in Levels

Flex E 4: Unanticipated & Permanent Increase in the Domestic Money Supply

Flex E 5: Unanticipated & Permanent Increase in Domestic real GDP (real Income), y

*Flex E 6: Unanticipated & Permanent Increase in the Foreign Money Supply
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Anticipated and Permanent Changes in Levels

Flex E 7: Anticipated & Permanent Increase in the Domestic Money Supply

*Flex E 8: Anticipated & Permanent Increase in the Foreign Money Supply