Welcome!

This website accompanies our book Introduction to Computational Economics using Fortran. Here you will find all the programs we describe in the book as well as detailed information on how to install free Fortran compilers. In addition we show you how to install our toolbox. This toolbox contains ample numerical routines as well as a plotting interface for GNUPlot.

You can also find the solutions to the exercise sections of the book in the Source Code section. We discuss these solutions in our new Exercise and Solutions Manual.

NOTE: Most of our content was moved to github. Just click on the “Github Repository” link in the menu to find codes, installers and descriptions.

We wish you lots of fun with our book and this webpage.

Hans Fehr and Fabian Kindermann

News

April 03, 2021: Content moved to github

Most of our content (except for the forum and some description pages) have moved to github. Please visit our github repository by clicking on the link in the menu bar.

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January 06, 2021: Update of Installation Routines and Toolbox

On January 06, 2021, we released an update (Version 1.5: 06 January 2021) of the installation routines as well as the toolbox. For the Windows installation routines, we updated gnuplot, geany and cygwin to their latest stable versions. Apple released … Continue reading

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April 18, 2020: Update of the Windows Fortran Routines

On April 18, 2020, we released an update (Version 1.4: 18 April 2020) of the Windows Fortran installation package. In this package we updated gnuplot to its latest stable version 5.2.8 geany to its latest stable version 1.36 There is … Continue reading

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April 18, 2020: Program Database for Exercise and Solutions Manual

Today, we uploaded the Fortran codes for our Exercise and Solution Manual, which is available through Oxford University Press. You can find the codes in the Source Codes section.

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