MoPoS — A Monetary Policy Simulation Game

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MoPoS is a computer simulation game, that lets players act out the role of a central bank in a simple virtual economy.


Select simulation mode (Random mode, ‘Calm waters’, ‘Soft landing’, ‘Stagflation’, ‘Threat of deflation’).

Depending on the scenario, players have to overcome different obstacles in economics to maximize outcomes of one’s own country.

Every quarter players can read feedback on evaluation and simulation of the outcome.


The game was created to teach players about  macroeconomic relationships and the options and limitations of monetary policy.


Players learn about macroeconomic relationships and the options and limitations of monetary policy

Training in decision making process and planning

Players learn how to act accordingly to the economic problems and obstacles


The game now became part of the Swiss Bank didactic programme ICONOMIX.


Free for non-comercial purpose.

Number of players

1 player

Number of moderators

no moderator


2 hours and more



Not longer available for download but players can use browser version under this link.

Technical requirements

computer with Microsoft Windows 95 and Microsoft Excel 97 (for downloadable version)


computer with web connection (for browser-based version)

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