Microeconomics II: Shape Your Economic Worldview

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Apply your newfound knowledge of microeconomics as you explore issues of information, market theory, elasticities, and international trade.
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10/10 stars
2 months, 1 week ago
What a fascinating course! Provides very interesting tools to understand economical decisions! Many thanks! One of the best I have done so far! The scenario with the president gives real world subjects.
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2 months, 2 weeks ago
The course provides clear, lucid explanations of the concepts involved. The interactive nature of the material, forcing the student to make decisions, is a better method of instructional design than the traditional classroom lecture method, according to the material that I've studied on the subject of instructional design from other, independent sources. My only concern here is that it is a bit lean on total content and hope that with the combination of courses in the series that the scope, level of challenge and realism will rise to the point where at the end I will feel confident that I have skills useful for the murky rather than clear cut situations of the real world. That said, the program is already excellent for providing clear explanations of business concepts for students that don't have a prior business background.
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