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A Macroeconomic Stabilization Game: Design, Development, and Testing
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Journal of Economic Education Volume 14, Number 3,

Abstract

A computer game involving macroeconomic stabilization policy for use with college level students is described. Students are asked to take the part of government in manipulating tax rates, expenditures, and monetary policy in an attempt to influence employment and inflation in an open economy. (Author/RM)

Citation

Robinson, J.N. (1983). A Macroeconomic Stabilization Game: Design, Development, and Testing. Journal of Economic Education, 14(3), 67-74. Retrieved January 18, 2020 from .

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