This page contains links to several sets of notes and programs from my studies, as well as links to external resources that I use. Most of the pages are replications of famous studies in the field of industrial organization and computational macroeconomics. I have written my code in Julia, Python and R because they are both open source and will therefore allow anyone to replicate the results. The code was written during various stages of learning and so likely has various inefficiencies and errors that the reader should look out for.
These notes are constantly changing. I try to revisit each topic and correct sections as my studies progress, although much like my programs there are still various errors and issues. Comments and corrections are always welcome.
Relevant External Resource Links
- Julia 6.2 Download
- CRAN Mirrors Download
- R Studio Download
- All locations data have been geocoded using the Texas A&M University GeoServices
- Python Releases for Windows