Economics Instructional Videos
This is a collection of all my videos teaching economic concepts.
These are all videos of me personally teaching the material.
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)
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.
Transaction Costs and The Birth of Money

Lecture Notes: Transaction Costs  A Basic Introduction

Lecture Notes: Transaction Costs  The Birth of Money
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
Solow Model Basics

Solow Model 1: Review

Solow Model 2: Review Golden Rule and maxConsumption Steady State

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
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
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
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
NonVideo Supplementary Material

PDF Note 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", a term I picked up from an undergrad prof of mine years ago. This Note covers this.
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 Basics

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 Panics
"The Nominal Money Market" or "The Market for Nominal Money Balances"

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
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
Flexible Exchange Rate Regime Analysis
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
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
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