Best Economics Courses

Find the best online Economics Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings. We also have a separate page listing only the Free Economics Courses.

(June 2021) Economic Analysis of “Sales” (Oxford Diploma)

Buy one get 5 million free.....? But does that make it right? (Workbook included)

Created by Chris Bankes Sivewright - Best selling Instructor, author, actor...volunteer

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Students: 20758, Price: $34.99

Students: 20758, Price:  Paid

THIS COURSE IS CURRENT AS AT 12th June 2021.

The course includes a WORKBOOK.

Black Friday Economics looks at the Economics behind Black Friday - but also the Ethics.

We look at:

1. Black Friday history

2. Pricing policy - not just 'sale price; but the strategies within the strategies!

3. Black Friday 'traps'

4. The psychology behind deals - you are welcome to share your own personal experiences!

5. Violence

6. Retailers' strategies - is the bottom line simply to gain more revenue?

7. Guilt - just one party or several?

8. Behavioral Economics

8. Alternatives

Very current.

The course is bolstered with film clips, studies, recent newspaper articles and examples. We also look Cyber Monday. Black Friday is very soon - what you learn here, what you consider - and any discussions you take part in, may just influence your behaviour...

What will YOU be doing on Black Friday/Cyber Monday/ Green Monday?

The material on this course covers responses to ALL sales - cyber and High Street - and we look at the history, the strategies and the results. Some of this may make uncomfortable viewing - especially if you have queued all night only to find the price reduction was on ONE item only! In terms of ethics, of course we look at the ethics of the marketing but also is the consumer (yes, the one who pushes to the front of the queue, hurdles barriers, fights other consumers to get the 'super sale' TV, - blameless?

15 Economic problems facing the Prime Minister in the 2020s

Using charts, an analysis of the Economics situation facing the current UK Prime Minister + a New Year Workbook

Created by Chris Bankes Sivewright - Best selling Instructor, author, actor...volunteer

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Students: 6630, Price: $89.99

Students: 6630, Price:  Paid

Notice: Please do NOT enrol on this course on impulse, thinking you might watch it later. Maybe show an interest on impulse, yes, but before you enrol, watch the Preview videos, read the Course Description and then make a decision. If you then enrol then please start the course as soon as possible. Watch the lectures, look at the workbooks and join in the discussions. Joining my courses is a serious business and I want you to get the most out of your study – but I also want you to enjoy the course.

That is why I am asking that you only enrol because you really want to and that you start the course intending to make full use of all the resources.

You will be very welcome.

This course looks at the current - and potential future - impact on the UK economy of BREXIT. Through charts, we look at the options - and effects - facing the new UK Prime Minister Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson - or 'Boris' as he is known to many. (Helped by his previous appearances on quiz shows!)

Topic areas covered include (the Economics of):

  • Sterling

  • Stocks and shares

  • House prices

  • Borrowing

  • Retailers' responses

  • Business inactivity

  • International trade

  • Inflation

  • Unemployment and wages

  • Expert view

Throughout, the approach is the same:

  • Look at the data/chart

  • Analyse the possible macro/micro economic effects and response

Of course, this course will date so it is important that students turn ON Educational Announcements and also, where possible, take part in discussions.

30 December 2019: Workbook added: New Year Economics 2020.

Workbooks for Economics in 2021 +six printable workbooks!

Economics workbooks - including the December 2020 workbook!

Created by Chris Bankes Sivewright - Best selling Instructor, author, actor...volunteer

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Students: 6527, Price: $89.99

Students: 6527, Price:  Paid

Notice: Please do NOT enrol on this course on impulse, thinking you might watch it later. Maybe show an interest on impulse, yes, but before you enrol, watch the Preview videos, read the Course Description and then make a decision. If you then enrol then please start the course as soon as possible. Watch the lectures, look at the workbooks and join in the discussions. Joining my courses is a serious business and I want you to get the most out of your study – but I also want you to enjoy the course.

That is why I am asking that you only enrol because you really want to and that you start the course intending to make full use of all the resources.

You will be very welcome.

LATEST ADDITION: The December 2020 Economics Workbook current as at 10th December 2020

This course is a series of lectures - evolving lectures to represent current events - that act as a 'video workbook' for the following:

  • Real world macro-economics (workbook completed and available)

  • Micro-economics (workbook completed and available)

  • Macro-economics (workbook planned but not filmed)

The format is the same throughout:

A series of lectures made up of two parts:

a. a recent article about the economy (by ‘recent’ October 2019) and questions related to the article

b. multiple choice question(s) on micro/macro economics

In this way, this course is a workbook that is IDEAL for those who are interested in CURRENT macro economics.

There is both a catch and a bonus.

The BONUS is that the course is built on participation and if people answer questions, comment on answers then there will be more lectures added – on a regular basis. However, if hundreds enrol and do not offer questions/answers then there will be fewer updates as there seems little point.

Therefore this course is FANTASTIC for people who want to learn about Economics by being involved, by doing questions and commenting on answers.

  • It’s ‘OK’ for those interested in current economics.

  • It’s not much good for those who hate Economics….

Ethical capitalism

Economics for Quakers

Created by Chris Bankes Sivewright - Best selling Instructor, author, actor...volunteer

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Students: 6276, Price: $49.99

Students: 6276, Price:  Paid

Notice: Please do NOT enrol on this course on impulse, thinking you might watch it later. Maybe show an interest on impulse, yes, but before you enrol, watch the Preview videos, read the Course Description and then make a decision. If you then enrol then please start the course as soon as possible. Watch the lectures, look at the workbooks and join in the discussions. Joining my courses is a serious business and I want you to get the most out of your study – but I also want you to enjoy the course.

That is why I am asking that you only enrol because you really want to and that you start the course intending to make full use of all the resources.

You will be very welcome.

Part 1: Quakers and economics

  • Why do Quakers want a new economy?

  • 10 principles

  • A Quaker view of tax

  • Goodbye to economic man

  • Quaker values and economic valuations

  • Quakers and national income

Part 2: essays to make you consider

  • The nature of money

  • Corporations and business

  • Economic misinformation debunked

  • Free trade, free markets, and morality

  • Development, aid, and foreign debt

  • Macroeconomics and national accounts

  • Interest, discount rates, and uncertainty

  • Externalities and environmental concerns

  • Behavioral and neuro-economics

Part 3

Resources to make you think:

Good work in the new economy

This booklet examines employment and business structures to enhance human and non-human life.

Energy in the new economy

This booklet outlines how we can transition to a green and fair energy system.

Booklet 4 – Money, banks and finance in the new economy

This booklet explores how the banking system and money creation could be fairer.

Booklet 5 – The role of markets in the new economy

The booklet analyses how markets are framed within capitalist economies and how new economy markets differ.

Booklet 6 – Ownership in the new economy

The booklet reviews the political power of ownership and looks at examples of progressive and sustainable models for property stewardship.

Booklet 7 – Building the new economy

The final installment of the series sets out the resources, actions and ideas that are fundamental to our future economic wellbeing.

Quakers and economic justice

Part 4

Quakers and animals

Competitive Exam: Economic Growth & Development -> Mock Test

Enhance Your Economics Knowledge with these Practice Test.

Created by Karuna Maheshwari - || Education is Your Attitude ||

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Students: 4722, Price: $19.99

Students: 4722, Price:  Paid

Dear Friends,

Are you Preparing for Job Interview in Economics?

Don’t be stressed, take our Economics Based Practice Test and prepare yourself for the Interview. Here you will get Economics based Multiple Choice Question for your next Job Interview or Exam.

What you Will Get in These Practice Test ?

  • It contains sample questions which are likely to be asked in the Job Interview.

  • These Economics MCQ questions help you with self-study and self-assessment in the Economics.

  • These Practice Test helps you check your Current knowledge in the Economics.

  • It helps you enhance the confidence during the Real exam and Job Interview.

Generally, you need to refer a variety of books and Websites in order to cover the ocean of topics in Economics. To make it easy for you guys, I have collected a few Economics  Based questions from different topics. After the Completion of the Practice test you will get the all Answer of the Question. So in this way you can Check your Result.

When you solve these Questions then definitely your confidence will Increase.

This type of Question and Answer really crucial for your real exam and interview.

Also this course has 30 days money back guarantee

Without any delay, the applicants participate in the Economics Practice Test and understand the various questions and answers.

Best of luck!

CHEERS!

Basics of Economics A Complete Study

Learn basics of economics useful for real life application

Created by Raja Natarajan, B.Com., PGDBA, FCA - Chartered Accountant

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Students: 4042, Price: $129.99

Students: 4042, Price:  Paid

Welcome to course on "Basics of Economics A Complete Study"

Finance, Accountancy and Economics are three different business subjects but with inter dependence, similarities and of course distinct differences.

If one has to excel in any of the above one domain (Finance / Accountancy / Economics) he should have strong understanding of main domain and basic understanding of other two domains.

Hence, this course will provide basic knowledge on Economics for Finance and Accounting Professionals.

So, what is Economics is all about?

Its about making choices.

Its not just about money.

It is about weighing different choices or alternatives.

So, there are variety of modern definitions for economics. Some of the differences may reflect evolving views of the subject or different views among economists

By studying Economics, you will understand two fundamental facts;

a) Human beings have unlimited wants; and

b) The means of satisfying these wants are relatively scarce

and the above form the subject matter.

By taking this course, you will learn

i) What is Economics

ii) Definition and Scope of Economics

iii) Nature of Economics

iv) Methods of Study of Economics

v) Economic Problems

vi) Theory of Demand

vii) Law of Demand

viii) Expansion and Contraction of Demand

ix) Demand Curve

x) Elasticity of Demand

Based on students engagement level, further courses will be added on the topics like

Theory of Production and Cost, Price Determination in Different Markets, etc.

This course is structured in self paced learning style.

You will experience virtual class room with black / green board writing and lectures with supporting lectures.

Take this course to understand the basics of Economics.

The Macroeconomics Course 2021

Aggregate Output and Economic Growth. Business Cycles. Monetary and Fiscal Policy. International Trade and Capital Flows

Created by 365 Careers - Creating opportunities for Business & Finance students

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Students: 3541, Price: $124.99

Students: 3541, Price:  Paid

Do I need to study Macroeconomics?

Yes, you do!

Macroeconomics explores the scope and behavior of the economy as a whole. If you can’t wait to learn how countries "generate" national output, why unemployment prevents economic growth, and how to measure inflation, we have good news - this course is tailored just for you!

The main benefit of the course is that it helps you understand the causes and effects of nations’ economic decisions. After completing it, you’ll become a well-versed and knowledgeable participant in the current globalized markets.

And this is essential if you are:

Finance Manager

Sales Manager

Investor

In fact, the course facilitates individuals who just want to cushion themselves from the upcoming economic uncertainty. Knowledge is the most powerful weapon for all, especially in times of crisis!

We will tackle four main areas of Macroeconomics with practical examples and challenges aiming to reinforce what you have learned. The course is beautifully animated, easy to follow and interactive. Our goal is to deliver the ultimate training experience for you! Here they are:

1. Aggregate Output & Economic Growth

What is GDP? Applying Expenditure and Income approaches to measure GDP. Aggregate demand and supply. Macroeconomic Equilibrium. Sources, measurement, and sustainability of economic growth. The Solow's production function.

2. Business Cycles

Business cycle phases and their relationship with factors of production, the housing market, and the external trade sector. Types and measures of unemployment. Definitions of inflation, hyperinflation, disinflation, and deflation. Cost-push and demand-pull inflation. Major economic indicators.

3. Monetary and Fiscal Policy

Functions of Money. Definitions of Money. The money creation process. The Quantity Theory of Money. The Fisher Effect. The monetary transmission mechanism. Roles and objectives of monetary/fiscal policy. Limitations of monetary/fiscal policy. Costs of expected and unexpected inflation. Effective tax policy. Qualities of effective central banks. The interaction between monetary and fiscal policy.

4. International Trade and Capital Flows

Gross Domestic Product vs. Gross National Product. Absolute advantage vs. Comparative Advantage. Ricardian and Hecksher-Ohlin models of trade. Types of trade and capital restrictions and their economic implications. The Balance of Payments. Functions and objectives of major international organizations that facilitate trade.

We are happy to offer an unconditional 30-day money-back in full guarantee. No risk for you. The content of the course is excellent, and this is a no-brainer for us, as we are certain you will love it.

Why wait? Every day is a missed opportunity.

Click the “Buy Now” button and become a part of our Macroeconomics training today.

Econ 101: The Complete Intro to Economics For Beginners

Economics 101: Economics Made Easy For You! Become an Economics Pro With This Course

Created by Chris Benjamin, MBA & CFO - Instructor & Management Consultant

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Students: 3223, Price: $94.99

Students: 3223, Price:  Paid

Does The Study of  Economics Seem Daunting?

Have You Ever Wondered About Game Theory?

Do You Wonder How Businesses Make Pricing Decisions?

Are You A Business Student or Graduate Who Wants To Learn More?

Do You Get Lost When People Start Talking About Interest Rates, Market Growth, Supply and Demand?

If You Answered "Yes" To Any Of The Above, Look No Further.  This Is The Course For You!

*** Updated in January 2021 with new content! ***

Enroll today and join the 100,000+ successful students I have taught as a Top Rated Udemy instructor!

Three reasons to TAKE THIS COURSE right now:

  1. You get lifetime access to lectures, including all new lectures, assignments, quizzes and downloads

  2. You can ask me questions and see me respond to every single one of them thoroughly! 

  3. You will are being taught by a professional with a proven track record of success!

  4. Bonus reason: Udemy has a 30 day 100% money back guarantee if for some reason you don't enjoy the course!

Recent Review:

Brad O. says "Fantastic course on micro economics.  It's such a fascinating topic, but seems like it could be daunting.  Chris makes it easy to understand, fun even.  You really see how micro economics applies to everything in life.  I especially loved learning about game theory."

Why You Should Take This Course With Me:

Have you ever wanted to fully grasp the world of Economics, but didn't know where to start?  Have you wanted to develop a better understanding of what makes the financial world go around, and why people, businesses and countries make decisions?  Most likely there's an economic reason, and you have come to the right place to learn everything you will need to know.  By the end of this course you will be an economics pro!

What We Do In The Course:  

  • Learn the basic fundamentals of economics, why people make certain choices

  • Learn about production levels and optimization

  • Learn about supply and demand

  • Learn about capitalism and the free market model

  • Learn about monopolies and how the dynamics change

  • Apply these microeconomic theories to real world situations

  • Learn about macroeconomics

  • Learn about interest rates and recessions

  • Apply macroeconomic theories to real world situations

  • And Much More!!!  

At any point if you have a question, please feel free to ask through the course forum, I'd be happy to answer any and all questions.  

***CLICK "BUY NOW" AND LEARN ECONOMICS WITH EASE! ***

About The Instructor

Chris Benjamin, MBA & CFO is a seasoned professional with over 25 years experience in accounting, finance, financial reporting, small business and CRM systems.  Having spent the first 10 years of my career in corporate settings with both large and small companies, I learned a lot about the accounting process, managing accounting departments, financial reporting, external reporting to board of directors and the Securities and Exchange Commission, and working with external auditors.  

The following 10+ years I decided to go into CFO Consulting, working with growing companies and bringing CFO level experience to companies.  I help implement proper best business practices in accounting and finance, consult on implementation of accounting systems, implementing accounting procedures, while also still fulfilling the CFO roll for many of my clients which includes financial reporting, auditing, working with investors, financial analysis and much more.  

Thank you for signing up for this course on Udemy. I look forward to being your instructor for this course and many more!

Chris Benjamin, Instructor, CFO & MBA

Macroeconomics for Business Students

CFA level 1 Economics Course Outcome Alignment

Created by Jamil Chaya, PhD, CFA - Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance

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Students: 3082, Price: Free

Students: 3082, Price:  Free

This macroeconomics course is designed for business students and CFA level 1 candidates. This course is designed to cover a semester's worth of material in one course. Topics covered include the Keynesian Cross, IS-LM model, Aggregate Demand and Supply models, Economic Growth, Business Cycles, and select topics within Monetary and Fiscal policies.

Decision Making Techniques |Pricing|Costing|ACCA|CIMA|F5|

Study with award winning and rank holder faculties.

Created by ACCA Classes - Team, ACCAClasses

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Students: 2721, Price: Free

Students: 2721, Price:  Free

In this course, we will be talking about: 

  • Basics of cost, volume, profit and sales and different formulas to calculate production volume for break even, target profit, etc.

  • Understanding and plotting cost, profit, sales on graphs based on production volume and identifying break even, margin of safety, etc

  • Solving production problems with limiting factor through linear equations and graphical approaches.

  • How different factors affect price and demand.

  • Sensitivity of relationship between price and demand, using the demand equation and MR MC approach to calculate profit maximization level of output.

  • Different pricing strategies and their application.

  • Understanding characteristics of relevant costs and how to calculate relevant cost of material and labour.

  • Quantitative analysis of further processing decisions and shutdown decisions.

  • Different decision rules for different risk appetites under different conditions.

  • Decision trees, rollback analysis and how to calculate value of perfect and imperfect information.

Economics: Competition, Elasticity, a little Game Theory

Microeconomics is packed with applications to our everyday life - this course will help you connect the dots

Created by Loony Corn - An ex-Google, Stanford and Flipkart team

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Students: 2678, Price: $89.99

Students: 2678, Price:  Paid

This is a zoom-in, zoom-out, connect-the-dots tour of Game Theory, Competition and the Elasticity of Demand andSupply.

Let's parse that

  • 'connect the dots': Economics is deep - even the simplest concepts in Micro-Econ 101 are missed by leaders in business and politics, and commit basic errors in judgment. This course makes sure that won't happen to you.
  • 'zoom in': Getting the details is very important in economics - you really have to understand the nitty-gritty of graphs and intersecting curves and lines. There is a lot of meaning in those details
  • 'zoom out': The real value of economics, particularly microeconomics, is in taking seemingly over-simplified models, and then applying insights from those over-simplified models to the world at large. This course makes sure you can go from the specific to the general.

What's Covered:

  • Game Theory: Discounting and price wars, Prisoner's dilemma and nuclear arms races, Winner-takes-all games and the commercialization of sport.
  • Competition: Perfect competition, monopoly and monopolistic competition
  • Firm Costs: The deep meaning underlying total and marginal costs, and the least-cost principle
  • Utility and Consumer Equilibrium: Indifference curves, and relating price and value. Income effects, and deriving Demand curves from indifference curves
  • Applications of Elasticity: Modeling taxes, the troublesome economics of agriculture, minimum wages. 
  • Elasticity, Demand and Supply: Defining and using elasticity. Linear Demand Curves and a neat trick. Demand and Supply demystified.

Case Studies in Macro Economics

A tour of historic economic events decoding them to understand core concepts in Macro-Economics

Created by Loony Corn - An ex-Google, Stanford and Flipkart team

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Students: 1530, Price: $89.99

Students: 1530, Price:  Paid

Course Description

This is a tour of historic economic events decoding them to understand core concepts in Macro-Economics.

Let's parse that

  • 'why macro-econ':Central bank and Government budget decisions effect an individual's financial situation. Knowing what are the stimulators of these decisions can smooth out financial planning. This is where learning Macro-Economics will help sail your boat.
  • 'story-telling': Macro-economics is nothing but an engaging story of how, why and in what way do People, Government and Central Bank react to economic events. No wonder that the process of learning Macro-Economics should also be a story. We have done exactly that. By looking into historical events with a magnifying glass, we elaborate every little concept that literally govern economic decisions.
  • 'the big picture': Half knowledge is always dangerous. Everything in macro-economics connects in some way. Understanding how everything intersect in the bigger picture of things only would assure sound decisions. This course helps you understand why recession follows boom, or why interest hike trails inflation. We will connect the dots of major macro-economic concepts.

What's Covered:

  • Recession of 1970s: Cause and effect analysis, Government Decisions, Fiscal and Monetary policies
  • Unemployment and inflation: Effects on aggregate demand and supply, relation between unemployment and inflation
  • GDP and Income: 4 components of GDP, Concept of Value Added, Nominal and real growth, Price Index, National Income, Disposable Income, Consumption and Savings
  • How does GDP Grow?: Analysis of the growth stories of Japan, China and Singapore
  • Investments and Interest Rates: Expectation, Revenue and Costs, why do interest rates change, Controls on Money Supply
  • 2008 Global Economic Recession: Root causes demystified, effects of recession and interplay of macro-economic factors
  • Balance of Payments: Current account and capital account transactions broken down
  • Foreign Exchange Rates: Purchasing Power Parity, determinants of real exchange rates, connection of Oil Prices and exchange rates
  • The bigger picture: Why spike in oil prices are followed by recession and how does everything connect.

The 2021 Complete Micro Economics Course For Beginners

2021 Update: Learn everything micro economics! Supply and demand, equilibriums, game theory, pricing decisions and more!

Created by Chris Benjamin, MBA & CFO - Instructor & Management Consultant

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Students: 1116, Price: $79.99

Students: 1116, Price:  Paid

Does The Study of Micro Economics Seem Daunting?

Have You Ever Wondered About Game Theory?

Do You Wonder How Businesses Make Pricing Decisions?

Are You A Business Student or Graduate Who Wants To Learn More?

Do You Get Lost When People Start Talking About Interest Rates, Market Growth, Supply and Demand?

If You Answered "Yes" To Any Of The Above, Look No Further.  This Is The Course For You!

*** Updated in January 2021 with new content! ***

Enroll today and join the 100,000+ successful students I have taught as a Top Rated Udemy instructor!

Three reasons to TAKE THIS COURSE right now:

  1. You get lifetime access to lectures, including all new lectures, assignments, quizzes and downloads

  2. You can ask me questions and see me respond to every single one of them thoroughly! 

  3. You will are being taught by a professional with a proven track record of success! 

Recent Review:

Steven C. says: "Just a great course about micro economics. The topic can seem a bit daunting at first, but really Chris makes it easy to absorb, related it well to the real world, and I really feel like I learned more in this course than I could sitting in a classroom.  After taking the course you'll have a whole new perspective on the world and how micro economics applies!"

Why You Should Take This Course:

Micro economics is a very diverse and large world of concepts, and by the end of this course you will be a master of it all! While there is a lot to learn, it is a fascinating world, and understanding micro economics will give you insights in the world around you.  Below is sample of what you'll be learning in this course.

What We Learn In The Micro Economics Course:

  • Learn how people and companies make small decisions which add up to larger big pictures

  • Discover what impacts the choices we make - constraints, scarcity and more

  • How firms use supply and demand to determine equilibrium and maximize profit

  • Discover game theory, how people and companies try to stay one step ahead

  • Learn about monopolies and oligopolies, the pros and cons

  • And more! By the end of the course you'll be a microeconomics expert!

At any point if you have a question, please feel free to ask through the course forum, I'd be happy to answer any and all questions.  

***CLICK "BUY NOW" AND LEARN EVERYTHING ABOUT MICRO ECONOMICS WITH EASE! ***

About The Instructor

Chris Benjamin, MBA & CFO is a seasoned professional with over 25 years experience in accounting, finance, financial reporting, small business and accounts receivable.  Having spent the first 10 years of my career in corporate settings with both large and small companies, I learned a lot about the accounting process, micro and macro economics, managing accounting departments, financial reporting, external reporting to board of directors and the Securities and Exchange Commission, and working with external auditors.  

The following 10+ years I decided to go into CFO Consulting, working with growing companies and bringing CFO level experience to companies.  I help implement proper best business practices in accounting and finance, consult on implementation of accounting systems, implementing accounting procedures, while also still fulfilling the CFO roll for many of my clients which includes financial reporting, auditing, working with investors, financial analysis and much more.  

Thank you for signing up for this course on Udemy. I look forward to being your instructor for this course and many more!

Chris Benjamin, Instructor, CFO & MBA

The Essential Guide to Stata

The comprehensive guide to Stata! Continuously updated.

Created by F. Buscha - Professor

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Students: 957, Price: $34.99

Students: 957, Price:  Paid

Make sure to check out my twitter feed for promo codes and other updates (easystats3).

The Essential Guide to Data Analytics with Stata

Learning and applying new statistical techniques can be daunting experience.

This is especially true once one engages with “real life” data sets that do not allow for easy “click-and-go” analysis, but require a deeper level of understanding of programme coding, data manipulation, output interpretation, output formatting and selecting the right kind of analytical methodology.

In this course you will receive a comprehensive introduction to Stata and its various uses in modern data analysis. You will learn to understand the many options that Stata gives you in manipulating, exploring, visualizing and modelling complex types of data. By the end of the course you will feel confident in your ability to engage with Stata and handle complex data analytics. The focus of each session will consistently be on creating a “good practice” and emphasising the practical application – and interpretation – of commonly used statistical techniques without resorting to deep statistical theory or equations.

This course will focus on providing an overview of data analytics using Stata.

No prior engagement with is Stata needed. Some prior statistics knowledge will help but is not necessary.

The course is aimed at anyone interested in data analytics using Stata.

Like for other professional statistical packages the course focuses on the proper application - and interpretation - of code.

Some basic quantitative/statistical knowledge will be required; this is not an introduction to statistics course but rather the application and interpretation of such using Stata.

Topics covered include:

  1. Getting started with Stata

  2. Viewing and exploring data

  3. Manipulating data

  4. Visualising data

  5. Correlation and ANOVA

  6. Regression including diagnostics (Ordinary Least Squares)

  7. Regression model building

  8. Hypothesis testing

  9. Binary outcome models (Logit and Probit)

  10. Fractional response models (Fractional Logit and Beta Regression)

  11. Categorical choice models (Ordered Logit and Multinomial Logit)

  12. Simulation techniques (Random Numbers and Simulation)

  13. Count data models (Poisson and Negative Binomial Regression)

  14. Survival data analysis (Parametric, Cox-Proportional Hazard and Parametric Survival Regression)

  15. Panel data analysis (Long Form Data, Lags and Leads, Random and Fixed Effects, Hausman Test and Non-Linear Panel Regression)

  16. Difference-in-differences analysis (Difference-in-Difference and Parallel Trends)

  17. Instrumental variable regression (Endogenous Variables, Sample Selection, Non-Linear Endogenous Models)

  18. Epidemiological tables (Cohort Studies, Case-Control Studies and Matched Case-Control Studies)

  19. Power analysis (Sample Size, Power Size and Effect Size)

  20. Matrix operations (Matrix operators, Matrix functions, Matrix subscripting)

Capitalism Level 2: Money, Money, Money

It's time to get paid, as individuals and as a society.

Created by Gilad James, PhD - Researcher of hidden knowledge

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Students: 684, Price: $19.99

Students: 684, Price:  Paid

This is an advanced course. A prerequisite is the course "Capitalism Level 1". 

In this course we will explore Capitalism and consider how we can become rich by applying its principles. 

With Capitalism we can become rich as individuals, as groups, as countries and finally as a human society. A rich and prosperous human society is a prerequisite for world peace.  

I observe that some people don't like Capitalism so much and may even consider it evil. If you are such a person then I encourage you to check out this course and consider the ideas presented. 

If after reflecting on the ideas presented, you still possess some negative feelings towards Capitalism then I encourage you to contribute to all of us by sharing your observations in the discussion areas. 

Watching a few videos is probably not enough to become rich, but if you study this course seriously and apply the principles presented in your daily life then I have no doubt in my mind that you will become rich. I hope you will ! 

Capitalism- is a social system based on private ownership of the means of production. It is characterized by the pursuit of material self-interest under freedom and it rests on a foundation of the cultural influence of reason. Based on its foundations and essential nature, capitalism is further characterized by saving and capital accumulation, exchange and money, financial self-interest and the profit motive, the freedoms of economic competition and economic inequality, the price system, economic progress, and a harmony of the material self-interests of all the individuals who participate in it.

World’s Best Intro to Credit!

Anyone can have a great credit score, this is how.

Created by Rod Griffin - Director of Public Education at Experian

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Students: 683, Price: Free

Students: 683, Price:  Free

Experian, the world's leader in financial data and credit education, teaches you how credit really works, so you can have a great credit score for the rest of your life. You might think you know about credit, but even seasoned professionals miss some of the myths we'll expose in this quick lesson.

Introduction to the economics of public services regulation

A smooth introduction to the complex theory and practice of the regulation of public services

Created by Antonio Estache - Professor of Economics at the Université Libre de Bruxelles

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Students: 628, Price: $19.99

Students: 628, Price:  Paid

This course focuses on how best to regulate (public or private) firms responsible for the delivery of what are commonly viewed as public services in the context in which the service providers enjoy significant market power. The lectures get into both the theory and the practice of regulation. The main illustrations of the concepts are from the infrastructure industries (airports, energy, rail, roads, ports, telecoms, water and sanitation). These sectors represent investments and maintenance expenditures of 5-20% of GDP (depending on the level of development of the country) and are major contributors to the growth capacity of countries and of their competitiveness. . They also represent a very large share of the required spending of every household. The poorer the household, often, the higher the share it needs to spend on these public services. Finally, because of the high amounts invested in the sector and the large size of many of the projects required, these services are quite exposed to corruption risks. This is why these services are so politically sensitive and why governments, non-governmental organization and other stakeholders spend a lot of energy debating how best to regulate them.. By the end of the class, you will see that the key issues you’ll learn are representative of many of the trade-offs covered in the ongoing policy debates and you should be able to develop your own view on what desirable regulatory policies and institutions should be in public services, and probably more generally.

Capitalism Level 3: Light your Cigar

It's time to get paid, as individuals and as a society.

Created by Gilad James, PhD - Researcher of hidden knowledge

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Students: 287, Price: $19.99

Students: 287, Price:  Paid

The course "Capitalism Level 2" is a prerequisite.

In this course we will explore Capitalism and consider how we can become rich by applying its principles. 

With Capitalism we can become rich as individuals, as groups, as countries and finally as a human society. A rich and prosperous human society is a prerequisite for world peace.  

I observe that some people don't like Capitalism so much and may even consider it evil. If you are such a person then I encourage you to check out this course and consider the ideas presented. 

Watching a few videos is probably not enough to become rich, but if you study this course seriously and apply the principles presented then I have no doubt in my mind that you will become rich. I hope you will ! 

Capitalism- is a social system based on private ownership of the means of production. It is characterized by the pursuit of material self-interest under freedom and it rests on a foundation of the cultural influence of reason. Based on its foundations and essential nature, capitalism is further characterized by saving and capital accumulation, exchange and money, financial self-interest and the profit motive, the freedoms of economic competition and economic inequality, the price system, economic progress, and a harmony of the material self-interests of all the individuals who participate in it.

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Principles of Macroeconomics

Understanding the Fundamental Issues of Macroeconomics

Created by Lecturio GmbH - eLearning Company

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Students: 196, Price: $19.99

Students: 196, Price:  Paid

This course provides an introduction to aggregate economic analysis and using the aggregate demand/aggregate supply model for the determination of output, employment, and prices.

It is targeted at those who desire to learn the fundamentals of  Macroeconomics. It will be valuable to those who are learning about  macroeconomics for the first time or are looking to revisit the fundamentals of Macroeconomics.

Easy Statistics: Linear and Non-Linear Regression

An easy introduction to Ordinary Least Squares, Logit and Probit regression and tips for regression modelling.

Created by F. Buscha - Professor

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Students: 119, Price: $34.99

Students: 119, Price:  Paid

Make sure to check out my twitter feed for promo codes and other updates.

Three courses combined. Linear and Non-Linear Regression and Regression Modelling.

Learning and applying new statistical techniques can often be a daunting experience.

"Easy Statistics" is designed to provide you with a compact, and easy to understand, course that focuses on the basic principles of statistical methodology.

This course will focus on the concept of linear regression, non-linear regression and regression modelling. Specifically Ordinary Least Squares, Logit and Probit Regression.

The first two parts will explain what regression is and how linear and non-liner regression works. It will examine how Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) works and how Logit and Probit models work. It will do this without any complicated equations or mathematics. The focus of this course is on application and interpretation of regression. The learning on this course is underpinned by animated graphics that demonstrate particular statistical concepts.

No prior knowledge is necessary and this course is for anyone who needs to engage with quantitative analysis.

The main learning outcomes are:

  1. To learn and understand the basic statistical intuition behind Ordinary Least Squares

  2. To be at ease with general regression terminology and the assumptions behind Ordinary Least Squares

  3. To be able to comfortably interpret and analyze complicated linear regression output from Ordinary Least Squares

  4. To learn tips and tricks around linear regression analysis

  5. To learn and understand the basic statistical intuition behind non-linear regression

  6. To learn and understand how Logit and Probit models work

  7. To be able to comfortably interpret and analyze complicated regression output from Logit and Probit regression

  8. To learn tips and tricks around non-linear Regression analysis

Specific topics that will be covered are:

  • What kinds of regression analysis exist

  • Correlation versus causation

  • Parametric and non-parametric lines of best fit

  • The least squares method

  • R-squared

  • Beta's, standard errors

  • T-statistics, p-values and confidence intervals

  • Best Linear Unbiased Estimator

  • The Gauss-Markov assumptions

  • Bias versus efficiency

  • Homoskedasticity

  • Collinearity

  • Functional form

  • Zero conditional mean

  • Regression in logs

  • Practical model building

  • Understanding regression output

  • Presenting regression output

  • What kinds of non-linear regression analysis exist

  • How does non-linear regression work?

  • Why is non-linear regression useful?

  • What is Maximum Likelihood?

  • The Linear Probability Model

  • Logit and Probit regression

  • Latent variables

  • Marginal effects

  • Dummy variables in Logit and Probit regression

  • Goodness-of-fit statistics

  • Odd-ratios for Logit models

  • Practical Logit and Probit model building in Stata

The computer software Stata will be used to demonstrate practical examples.

Regression Modelling

The third part provides useful practical tips for regression modelling.

Understanding how regression analysis works is only half the battle. There are many pitfalls to avoid and tricks to learn when modelling data in a regression setting. Often, it takes years of experience to accumulate these. In these sessions, we will examine some of the most common modelling issues. What is the theory behind them, what do they do and how can we deal with them? Each topic has a practical demonstration in Stata. Themes include:

  • Fundamental of Regression Modelling - What is the Philosophy?

  • Functional Form - How to Model Non-Linear Relationships in a Linear Regression

  • Interaction Effects - How to Use and Interpret Interaction Effects

  • Using Time - Exploring Dynamics Relationships with Time Information

  • Categorical Explanatory Variables - How to Code, Use and Interpret them

  • Dealing with Multicollinearity - Excluding and Transforming Collinear Variables

  • Dealing with Missing Data - How to See the Unseen

110 Quick Stata Tips

Becomes a Stata Pro! One hundred plus, no-nonsense, professional-grade tips to raise your Stata skills.

Created by F. Buscha - Professor

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Students: 104, Price: $19.99

Students: 104, Price:  Paid

Make sure to check out my twitter feed for promo codes and other updates (easystats3)

If you want to learn more about Stata but don't have a lot of time, this is the course for you!

In this course I provide 110 fast and to-the-point tips for Stata. These tips are professional grade and aimed at helping you become a Stata master! They cover a wide range of issues in data management, graphing, statistics and programming.

Each video is designed to be stand-alone and will take no more than 2 minutes.

Learn years worth of hard Stata knowledge in 2 hours!

You should have basic knowledge of Stata and do-files. If you do not have this check out my "Essential Guide to Stata".

The following themes are covered:

Data Management

  • How to create a code book

  • How to create a label book

  • How to list only variable names

  • How to describe unopened data

  • How to search in variables

  • How to drop/keep variables sequentially

  • How to check a digital data signature

  • How to verify data

  • How to compare two datasets

  • How to compare variables

  • How to use tabulate to generate dummy variables

  • How to avoid many logical OR operators

  • How to number labels

  • How to use labels in expressions

  • How to attach one value label to many variables

  • How to store single values

  • How to use Stata's hand-calculator

  • How to use text with Stata's hand-calculator

  • How to select column of data in a do-file

  • How to rectangularize data

  • How to check if variables uniquely identify observations

  • How to drop duplicate observations

  • How to draw a sample

  • How to transpose a dataset

  • How to quickly expand and interact many variables

  • How to create publication quality tables in word

  • How to create publication quality tables in excel

  • How to export regression results

Statistics

  • How to create many one-way tables quickly

  • How to create many two-way tables quickly

  • How to sort and plot one-way tables

  • How to expand data instead of using weights

  • How to contract data to frequencies and percentages

  • How to compute immediate statistics without loading data

  • How to compute elasticities

  • How to set the default confidence level

  • How to show base levels of factor variables

  • How to estimate a constrained linear regression

  • How to bootstrap any regression

  • How to interpolate missing values

  • How to compute row statistics

  • How to compute standardized coefficients after linear regression

  • How to compute faster marginal effects

  • How to reduce collinearity in polynomial variables

  • How to use contrasting margins

  • How to use pairwise comparison with margins

  • How to define the constant in a regression

  • How to visualise complex polynomial models

  • How to identify outliers from a regression

Programming

  • How to hide unwanted output

  • How to force show wanted output

  • How to hide a graph

  • How to suppress error messages

  • How to force do-files to run to the end

  • How to execute programmes outside Stata

  • How to check memory usage

  • How to reduce files sizes

  • How timestamp commands

  • How to set a stopwatch

  • How to pause Stata

  • How to debug error messages

  • How to pause for large output

  • How to add custom ado folders

  • How to create a custom user profile

  • How to add comments to do-files

  • How to loop over non-integer values

  • How to monitor a loop

  • How to show more in the results window

  • How to display coefficient legends

  • How to squish a table

  • How to use and modify the Function keys

  • How to view command sourcecode

  • How to create custom correlations

  • How to insert current time & date into log files

  • How to save interactive commands

Graphing

  • How to recover data from a graph

  • How to generate a combined graph with one legend

  • How to display RGB colors in graphs

  • How to make colors opaque

  • Why are SVG graphs useful?

  • How to apply log scaling to a graph

  • How to reverse and switch off axes

  • How to have multiple axes on a graph

  • How to display ASCII characters in graphs

  • How to graph the variance-covariance matrix

  • How to quickly plot estimated results

  • How to randomly displace markers

  • How to range plot

  • How to download word frequencies from a webpage

  • How to create a violin plot

  • How to show the Stata color palette

  • How to create custom titles

  • How to customize the look of graphs

  • How to show a correlation matrix as graphical table

  • How to plot a histogram with a boxplot

  • How to draw histograms with custom bins

  • How to graph a one/two/three-way table

  • How to recover graph code

  • How to do polar smoothing

Introduction to Austrian Economics

Learn the fundamentals of Austrian Economics and apply them to socialism and business cycles

Created by Jonathan Newman - Professor of Economics

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Students: 103, Price: $24.99

Students: 103, Price:  Paid

"People may disagree on the question of whether everybody ought to study economics seriously. But one thing is certain. A man who publicly talks or writes about the opposition between capitalism and socialism without having fully familiarized himself with all that economics has to say about these issues is an irresponsible babbler." - Ludwig von Mises

This course will introduce the fundamental concepts of Austrian Economics. At the end of the course, these fundamentals will be applied to socialism and business cycles. The Austrian critique of socialism and the Austrian Business Cycle Theory are two of the most important contributions of Austrian Economics.

Here are the steps to get there:

  • The Austrian Method

  • Human Action

  • Subjective Value

  • Production

  • Exchange

  • Money and Banking

  • Time Preference and Interest

Macroeconomics: A Comprehensive Economics Course

A Course Designed to Give You a Better Understanding of the World Around You--Perfect for University and Adult Learners!

Created by Brad Cartwright - Economics Teacher | Traveller

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Students: 62, Price: $94.99

Students: 62, Price:  Paid

This Macroeconomics course is ideal for anyone interested in gaining a further understanding of the world around you!  Economics is the study of human behavior and how we act in an economic setting, but more than that it provides us with a better understanding of global politics and the tensions between nations today.

Complete with over 85+ video lessons and downloadable notes, the course covers:

  • Introduction to Macroeconomics

  • Gross National Product and Other Economic Measures

  • Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply

  • Macroeconomic Equilibrium

  • Low Unemployment

  • Low and Stable Rate of Inflation

  • Economic Growth

  • Equity in the Distribution of Income

  • Fiscal and Monetary Policy

  • Supply-Side Policies

  • And a love of Economics that I hope is contagious!

I teach Economics because it fascinates me. Because it is the study of human behavior. Economics isn’t about data and graphs and problem sets. It is the study of people and their story and their history and the forces of society that we are born into. It provides us with an understanding of ourselves. It is not hyperbole to say that a thorough understanding of economics enables us to better understand the human condition. I truly believe that.

As a former Peace Corps Volunteer, a graduate of Duke University, and someone who has been fortunate enough to have traveled to over 55 countries around world, you will see how those experiences shape my teachings of Economics. Economics is the study of human behavior; and it is as a result of that behavior that economists have something to put into data charts and diagrams to study. Don't ever forget that!

I am looking forward to being a part of your studies if Macroeconomics!

Practitioner’s Guide to Cost Benefit Analysis

economics

Created by Wayne Davies - Economist

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Students: 58, Price: $19.99

Students: 58, Price:  Paid

Cost benefit analysis (CBA) is becoming a more relevant skill to not only economists but to anyone involved in investment decisions. Many jobs in both private and public sectors require some knowledge of CBA. For the public sector, many projects are focused on meeting social outcomes. A CBA can quantify the benefits and costs linked to how these outcomes are achieved. For the private sector, the impacts of most major projects spread beyond the business and its customers. It is important for businesses to quantity these impacts and determine if they are negative or positive.

This course has been divided into four sections. See as follows:

- Introducing Cost Benefit Analysis

- Preparing a Cost Benefit Analysis

- Conducting a Cost Benefit Analysis

- Understanding Cost Benefit Analysis

Section 1, introduces the course, the course assessment and CBA. The course assessment involves multiple-choice questions at the end of each section and a CBA question at the end of the course. The introduction of CBA is spread over two units. One unit defines CBA and breaks down the definition into easy to understand segments. The other unit explains why CBA is useful as well as the role that it can play in decision-making.

Section 2 explores the work that needs to be done prior to conducting the analysis. This includes:

- structuring the CBA so that steps are clearly defined

- identifying the problem/s the initiative/project intends to solve or mitigate

- identifying the outcome/s the initiative/project intends to achieve

- identifying possible options that could eventually become the initiative/project

- identifying what the state of the would be like with (project case) and without (base case) the project

- Identifying those most likely to be affected by the project

- Steps to reduce the number of options prior to conducting a CBA

Section 3 explains how to conduct a CBA. The content of this section builds off what has been discussed in Section 2. At this point, the practitioner should have established which project/s to analyse. This section introduces important steps such as:

- identifying project cost, benefits, and impacts

- collecting data

- assigning unit values to collected data in order to obtain monetise costs and benefits

- projecting and forecasting future costs and benefits

- estimating costs and benefits

- calculating economic measures and indicators

- applying risk to results

This section also explains key CBA terminology and concepts that are required to conduct a CBA such as:

- evaluation period

- discounting

- methodology

- assumptions

- induced demand

Section 4 considers additional information that a practitioner needs to know to understand CBA, the outputs it produces and complementary evaluation techniques. This section begins by discussing the limitations, common mistakes, and potential abuse of CBA. It is important to understand what can go wrong with a CBA so that a practitioner can recognise it and prepare for it. This section also explores complementary tools to CBA such as wider economic impacts, general equilibrium modelling, social impact evaluation, and appraisal summary table. CBA is more informative if it is supported by other evaluations techniques. This section also considers CBA in the bigger context by exploring program evaluation and ex-post evaluation/CBA. CBA does not need to be focused on only one project or always be required to be conducted at just one particular moment in time. This section finishes up with examples of CBA and a sample CBA for students to try.

Microeconomics: A Comprehensive Economics Course

A Course Designed to Give You a Better Understanding of the World Around You--Perfect for University and Adult Learners!

Created by Brad Cartwright - Economics Teacher | Traveller

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Students: 54, Price: $94.99

Students: 54, Price:  Paid

This Microeconomics course is ideal for anyone interested in gaining a further understanding of the world you!  Economics is the study of human behavior and how we act in an economic setting, but more than that it provides us with a better understanding of global politics and the tensions between nations today.

Complete with over 80+ video lessons and downloadable notes, the course covers:

  • Introduction to Economics

  • Demand and Supply

  • Market Equilibrium

  • Elasticities

  • Government Intervention

  • Market Failure

  • And a love of Economics that I hope is contagious!

I teach Economics because it fascinates me. Because it is the study of human behavior. Economics isn’t about data and graphs and problem sets. It is the study of people and their story and their history and the forces of society that we are born into. It provides us with an understanding of ourselves. It is not hyperbole to say that a thorough understanding of economics enables us to better understand the human condition. I truly believe that.

As a former Peace Corps Volunteer, a graduate of Duke University, and someone who has been fortunate enough to have traveled to over 55 countries around world, you will see how those experiences shape my teachings of Economics. Economics is the study of human behavior; and it is as a result of that behavior that economists have something to put into data charts and diagrams to study. Don't ever forget that!

I am looking forward to being a part of your studies if Microeconomics!

Foundations of International Political Economy

Explore the Political Institutions, International Organizations, and Social Considerations that Shape the Global Economy

Created by Robert Lee Reed (MBA) - Cryptocurrency Blogger and Educator

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Students: 48, Price: $44.99

Students: 48, Price:  Paid

This course in International Political Economy gives students a unique perspective and allows them to understand how the international economy influences, and is influenced by, political organizations and social concerns. This course is an ideal companion course for anyone studying international economics because it examines many of the same topics but in a slightly different light. Whereas international economics studies the global economy from a dollars and cents, profit and loss standpoint, international political economy takes a broader approach than international economics and looks at the social and political ramifications of the global economy. 

This course is not a competitor to international economics, but a compliment. It gives students an additional lens that can be used to examine the global economy.  By the end of this course, students will be able to:

  • Describe the major international financial institutions and the role they play in the global economy

  • Identify the key organizations that regulate and promote international trade

  • Examine "who wins" and "who looses" as a result of international trade

  • Compare and contrast the Liberal, Mercantilist, Marxist, and Constructivist theories of international political economy

  • Understand how political scientists measure global poverty and wealth inequality

Introduction to Economics

Increase your financial literacy

Created by Mohammad Eftkhari - MoFinance

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Students: 45, Price: $34.99

Students: 45, Price:  Paid

Important knowledge for everyone. It's necessary for those who want to be financially successful. Two words: FINANCIAL LITERACY.

Economics is one of the most important fields of financial literacy. Very basics of economics, that is what this course will show you. Surprisingly it's less than an hour! You may ask how it is possible?!

Well, this course is motion-learning based. Which is a new, interesting method and quite fast for teaching and learning. Also, it can stabilization better in your memory compare to old methods of lectures.

Enjoy learning!

Introductory Applied Econometrics

An Introduction to Potential Outcomes, Regression, IV, DiD, RDD, Panel Data, Matching,Synthetic Control and Applications

Created by Econ Academy - Economist & LSE MSc Grad

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Students: 42, Price: $19.99

Students: 42, Price:  Paid

This course, jointly with the Introductory Econometrics course, provides the most comprehensive and serious overview of first-year Econometrics available, to date, on Udemy.

I don't have to be here. But if I am going to be here, I am going to do it right and set the benchmark as to how Economics should be taught. Because I take students and their exams and their personal development seriously (on that note, feel absolutely free to reach out for any question or doubt that may arise as you delve into the material). Because, when I was taken seriously by my professors, everything became clearer and more engaging. Because the world is in dire need of engaged, curious people who act according to the brains instead of their stomach, people who let serious social science guide their gaze upon the surrounding world instead of random nonsense. A thoughtful world is a better world. I am strongly convinced that a serious study of proper economics helps moving toward that end.

In this course, I set out to complete the first-year sequence by introducing the main methods in Applied Econometrics. Its purpose, shared by the Introductory Econometrics course too, is to lay the foundations for deeper and more comprehensive studies in Econometrics. Hence, I spend little time dwelling on the mathematical derivation and statistical nuances, covering only the bare minimum, and more time trying to convey the intuition, the concept and, essentially, why should you care. Namely, after having introduced the Potential Outcomes Framework, I set out to illustrate Randomised Experiments (RCTs), Linear Regression, Instrumental Variables (IVs), Difference-in-Differences (DiD), Regression Discontinuity Design (RDD) and provide a brief overview of Panel Data, Matching and Synthetic Control. I cap it off by providing you with a list of Applications, real world examples of what kind of questions these models allow you to address, in the hope that they fire your curiosity up. Which is the only thing that matters.

A Practical Guide to Wealth Creation

Learn a very simple and practical strategy for creating wealth steadily, regardless of your personal starting point

Created by Lisa Newton - Entrepreneur, Infopreneur & Serial Author

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Students: 38, Price: $44.99

Students: 38, Price:  Paid

Have you ever wondered how the rich just seem to get richer? How do you go about creating wealth when you are just a normal, everyday person with a job? What can you do? Do you want an insight into how they do it? This course is about WEALTH CREATION. It is about how to create wealth. Make no mistake, this isn't about 'getting rich quick' - in fact the strategy which is outlined is a slow, but sure way to building wealth. It doesn't require huge sums of money, its a simple, yet very practical and effective principle, that anyone can do, to make their future a better, wealthier one!

You don't need any savings in the bank to start this course. You won't be 'sold' any solution, and you certainly don't have to buy anything extra. There is recommended reading at the end, but many of these books can be found at your local library. The studying of Wealth Creation should now become a popular thing for you to do in your spare time. Your course tutor has been studying this subject for the past 20 years.

One of the problems with Wealth Creation and Asset Management etc., is that although this subject teaches worthy, lifelong principles that can help you and future generations, it generally isn't on the school curriculum. For whatever reason, the government don't want you to be economically and financially empowered. They want you poor, indebted, frustrated and stuck in the rat race. Empower yourself. Take back control and learn a simple strategy that you can even teach your grand children. They will never struggle again when it comes to managing their finances in the future. Anyone can do this.

Introductory Microeconomics

An Introduction to Consumer, Firm, Game Theory and Imperfect Markets

Created by Econ Academy - Economist & LSE MSc Grad

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Students: 35, Price: $19.99

Students: 35, Price:  Paid

This course provides the most comprehensive and serious overview of first-year University Microeconomics (and, technically, way more than first-year Microeconomics) available, to date, on Udemy.

I don't have to be here. But if I am going to be here, I am going to do it right and set the benchmark as to how Economics should be taught. Because I take students and their exams and their personal development seriously (on that note, feel absolutely free to reach out for any question or doubt that may arise as you delve into the material). Because, when I was taken seriously by my professors, everything became clearer and more engaging. Because the world is in dire need of engaged, curious people who act according to the brains instead of their stomach, people who let serious social science guide their gaze upon the surrounding world instead of random nonsense. A thoughtful world is a better world. I am strongly convinced that a resolute, serious study of proper economics helps moving toward that end. I am going to guide you at every step of the way, but excellence requires your resolute and serious effort as well: you shall take out only what you shall put in.

In this course, I set out to introduce the main ideas and models in Microeconomics. Its purpose, shared by the other "Introductory" courses too, is to lay the foundations for deeper and more comprehensive studies in Economics. Hence, I spend little time dwelling on the mathematical derivations and statistical nuances, covering only the bare minimum, and more time trying to convey the intuition, the concept and, essentially, why should you care. After having covered the simple market model of supply and demand, I discuss Consumer’s Choice, Producer’s Choice (including production and costs), Game Theory (included an introduction to Auction Theory), the various models of Competition (Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly), Uncertainty, Externalities (including the Coase Theorem), Public Goods, and the Informational Asymmetries (Adverse Selection, Moral Hazard and Signalling). I cap the course off by introducing you to an area of Advanced Microeconomics (Market Design) that, I believe, puts together all the ideas and models discussed herein to deal with problems of fundamental importance (how do we create and improve markets to guarantee not just the existence of the "economic pie" but of a "fair distribution" of the "economic pie"), in the hope that that shall fire your curiosity up. Which is the only thing that matters.