Federal reserve banks, macroeconomics, active learning


"We describe the interactive Fed Chairman Game available on the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s website. We discuss how the game can be used in principles of macroeconomics and provide an assignment to go along with it. Also, we discuss an assignment that can be used to adapt the game for an upper division course such as intermediate macroeconomics or money and banking, using Microsoft Excel. The game is a type of active learning. "

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