Economics & finance Course

Poker Theory and Analytics

Poker Theory and Analytics

This course takes a broad-based look at poker theory and applications of poker analytics to investment management and trading.

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Principles of Microeconomics

Principles of Microeconomics

This introductory undergraduate course covers the fundamentals of microeconomics. Topics include supply and demand, market equilibrium, consumer theory, production and the behavior of firms, monopoly, oligopoly, welfare economics, public goods, and externalities.

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Finance, Banking, and Money

Finance, Banking, and Money

This free online course is designed to help you internalize the basics of money and banking. There is a little math, some graphs, and some sophisticated vocabulary, but nothing terribly difficult, if you put your brain to it. This course's most important goal is to get you to think for yourselves.

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Individual Finance
Rachel S. Siegel, CFA, Carol Yacht, Business Educator and Author

Individual Finance

This text has an attitude: that in addition to providing sources of practical information, it should introduce you to a way of thinking about your personal financial decisions.

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Policy and Theory of International Finance

Policy and Theory of International Finance

This course provides an overview of the real world with respect to international finance. It explains not only how things look now but also where we have been and why things changed along the way. It describes current economic conditions and past trends with respect to the most critical international macroeconomic indicators. In particular, it compares the most recent worldwide economic recession with past business cycle activity to put our current situation into perspective.

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Theory and Applications of Economics
Russell Cooper, A. Andrew John

Theory and Applications of Economics

One element of the microeconomic approach is individual choice. Throughout this course, we explore how individuals make decisions. Economists typically suppose that individuals make choices to pursue their (broadly defined) self-interest given the incentives that they face.

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Theory and Applications of Microeconomics
Russell Cooper, A. Andrew John

Theory and Applications of Microeconomics

One element of the microeconomic approach is individual choice. Throughout this course, we explore how individuals make decisions. Economists typically suppose that individuals make choices to pursue their (broadly defined) self-interest given the incentives that they face.

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