Computers in Higher Education Economics Review
We provide several interactive models that can be used in an intermediate- or graduate-level, natural-resource economics course to numerically solve a host of exhaustible-resource problems, and thereby help to verify the intuition and symbolic solutions typically provided in textbooks. Examples are drawn from Tietenberg (2006).
Caplan, Arthur J., and John Gilbert. (2006) "Interactive Scenario Analysis of Exhaustible Resource Problems." Computers in Higher Education Economics Review, 18, 4-9.
Article published by the University of Bristol in Computers in Higher Education Economics Review (CHEER). http://www.economicsnetwork.ac.uk/cheer