Quizzing Tuck Business School students on Macroeconomics


At Tuck, many first-year MBA students struggle when learning complex economic concepts such as trade and monetary policy, especially in the Core Course “Global Economics for Managers” (GEM). Although traditional study methods exist, they can be ineffective and dull. The GEM interactive game aims to incorporate the economic concepts taught in class in an interactive electronic game format.


We created a mobile application for Android and iOS, with two games focused on trade and monetary policy, as well as a flash card component for students to review key ideas.

Partners: Tuck Business School

Team Members: Angela Li ‘20, Morgan Sorbaro ‘20, Esteban Acevedo ‘18, Emy Han ‘19, Varsha Iyer ‘21, Laura Walk ‘20, Celine Guan ‘19, Henry Foster ‘21, Kunal Rathi ‘20, Christina Bae ‘19, Juan Castano ‘19