Pluralist macroeconomics - an interactive simulator


Our paper presents an innovative instrument to teach macroeconomics at the undergraduate level. We develop a digital learning platform to present and explore some controversies at the very foundations of macroeconomic theory. For this purpose, we explicitly present two competing paradigms: the new consensus, and the post-Keynesian. Several interactive scenarios are made available where the user can control different economic policy instruments and is guided through a set of problems that require appropriate action in the context of the different approaches.

International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 11(1)

Following the link below you can access the page with the simulators presented in the paper. Have fun trying the simulators and let us know what you think!