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  1. Econometrics

    Can you please consider doing a course in econometrics? This is something all students struggle with.

    It would especially be great if you could do something on Time Series. Very few schools offer courses in time series econometrics!

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    • It would be great to have a course on Econometrics

      I have a basic economics background but would love to be able to better understand important indicators and where they come from.

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      • Macroeconomics

        Will there be an "Intro to Macro" course at some time in the near future?

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        • What are the different schools of economic thought?

          What are the different schools of economic thought?

          Namely: neoclassical economics, monetarism, Keynesian economics, new classical economics, Austrian School, etc...

          Each theory contributes to a different mindset.

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          • 10 votes
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            • Oligopoly and Game Theory

              Can you guys please make a video in Oligopoly and game theory

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              • 8 votes
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                • 7 votes
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                  • I'd like to see a discussion of the societal value of inherited wealth vs self created wealth.

                    A year or so ago, there was a mention of the Forbes 400 US and that 60% of them were self made. It would be interesting to hear the pros and cons comparing the two groups. Clearly the self made group is adding benefits to our world, but what societal benefits come from the 'inherited' group?

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                    • Do banks really create money (credit) out of "thin air"?

                      There's much debate and confusion surrounding the idea that private banks can create money (credit) out of "thin air".

                      "...contrary to what people might think, a bank doesn't make loans, by taking the deposits of a client and then lending those deposits out. Instead, the bank creates money out of thin air."
                      http://www.businessinsider.com/where-does-money-come-from-2014-4

                      While Krugman says:
                      "I often see the view that banks can create credit out of thin air...This is all wrong...Bank loan officers can’t just issue checks out of thin air."
                      http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/03/30/banking-mysticism-continued/

                      I've spent several hours trying to find a definitive answer to this question but have yet…

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                        • The creation process of money

                          If we truly want to learn economics we need to know 1st the creation process of money ... ive been told by my gouverment official that the creation of money was a Magic Trick .. is that truth?

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                          • 4 votes
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                            • Guaranteed Annual Income

                              The concept of a GAI has been around for some time and was tested in Dauphin, Manitoba in the mid 1970s. Now it is being tried again in Ontario and Prince Edward Island and one party in British Columbia is musing about it as part of its platform for next year's provincial election. Friedman and Hayek both thought it was a good idea but implementation is where the challenges lie.

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                                • Health Economics

                                  I would like to see courses relating to health/healthcare economics. I recently completed my MPH and became hooked on my health economics course... I would love to continue to learn about it. Thank you :-)

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                                  • 3 votes
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                                    • Interest rate Determination and Unemployment/Inflation trade-off

                                      It would be nice to see videos on the Keynesian Liquidity preference theory and the Phillips-curve

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                                      • Marxism economics course and Keynesian economics course

                                        I greatly enjoyed classical economists course. Similar courses on Marxism, Keynesian and other schools would be great compliments. (I attended Soviet Economic History but it did not comprehensively describe Marxism and its influence in other parts of the world).

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                                        • Quantitative Analysis Course

                                          The existing courses are great. The next challenge is perhaps the greatest. I believe that an understanding of economics requires some mathematical analysis, a topic that creates some trepidation in many learners. A course on quantitative analysis that does not require a PhD in mathematics would be a boon.

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