27 Jan 2018
QuantEcon welcomes Richard Evans and Daisuke Oyama to the team.
12 Jan 2018
QuantEcon lectures now feature a button to download code from the lectures in a Jupyter notebook.
04 Jan 2018
Thomas Sargent's talk on 'Economic Models' from PyData NYC 2017 is now available on Youtube.
11 Dec 2017
This week we launched both the QuantEcon blog and Jupinx - a tool to convert text files to Jupyter notebooks.
31 Oct 2017
QuantEcon has implemented automatic code testing on the lecture website!
15 Sep 2017
The final PhD workshop for computational economics was held at UC San Diego.
29 Aug 2017
The latest release of QuantEcon.py (v0.3.6.2) is available via pip and conda-forge.
25 Aug 2017
The QuantEcon lab space at Australian National University is being updated and refurnished, as part of the QuantEcon-RSE Joint Initiative.
24 Jul 2017
A new Python lecture covering linear regression estimation with statsmodels is now available.
23 Jun 2017
QuantEcon is pleased to be a part of a joint initiative with the Research School of Economics at Australian National University.
23 Jun 2017
QuantEcon will be running workshops in computational economics in the US in September 2017.
29 May 2017
Our new Julia lecture explores how to write high performance code using just in time compilation.
23 May 2017
QuantEcon is sponsoring Jim Savage to present a workshop on modern statistical workflow and Bayesian modeling in Stan.
23 May 2017
Welcome to our newest member, Trevor Lyon, who will be working on various projects at QuantEcon this summer.
28 Apr 2017
An additional lecture on Pandas has been added that covers more advanced functions
24 Apr 2017
If you're considering making the switch over to Python from STATA (or even R)
10 Apr 2017
A Julia version of 'A Problem that Stumped Milton Friedman' is now available
07 Apr 2017
We have added a new lecture on the endogenous grid method for policy iteration
28 Mar 2017
You can now find three new lectures on the Julia side of QuantEcon lectures
21 Mar 2017
QuantEcon ran workshops at the Reserve Bank of Australia and the Reserve Bank of New Zealand
18 Jan 2017
The Open Source Macroeconomics Laboratory (OSM Lab) is soliciting applications for a seven week computational macroeconomics boot camp
12 Jan 2017
Position descriptions are now available for PostDoc and PreDoc
21 Nov 2016
Launching a new QuantEcon Forum based on discourse
29 Oct 2016
A few months ago one of us (the one who's better at fly fishing)
09 Aug 2016
A Julia version of the Aiyagari lecture has been added to the site