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  1. Quantitative method in Applied Economics

    Please consider classes on Quantitative methods in Applied Economics

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  2. it would be great to give some lessons on Econometrics.

    Econometrics is a vital section for economics but unfirtunately there is not short course available.
    it would be very helpfull to introduce a course about econometrics.

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  3. A glossary of basic economic terms everyone should know.

    A glossary of basic economic terms everyone should know.

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  4. Translations

    Translating the lectures or adding subtitles to them would help non-English speakers learn about economics. I am thinking of older persons in France, which often have never been exposed to sound economic thinking.

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