Free Online Economics Education

Being in the age of the internet, we have the luxury of YouTube. Over time, university lecturers have recorded their lectures and posted them on the internet. Nowadays, you can find lectures on most topics, including economics. In fact, there are enough uploads for someone to practically earn a degree if it were a matter of watching videos. You can even find older versions of textbooks online for free.

To fulfill an economics major at most schools, you need to have principles and intermediate courses in microeconomics and macroeconomics, a class in econometrics (sometimes split into two classes), international economics, and a bunch of topics courses of your choice. Here’s a list of videos to help you get started.

Principles of Microeconomics

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Principles of Macroeconomics

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Intermediate Microeconomics

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Intermediate Macroeconomics

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Econometrics (300-level)

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Econometrics (400-level)

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Labor Economics
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Public Economics
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Money and Banking
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Monetary Theory
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xnOb-R0l8Y&list=PL91A53E724F8EA996


There’s Value in the Real Thing…

Obviously, we value the piece of paper that comes from investing time and money. There’s also value in who teaches your classes. In the long run, it might be better to just bite the bullet and go back to school to get a degree in economics. If you’re wanting to brush up on your economics skills or even if you’re just curious about economics, I hope that this article helps.

If you’re currently studying economics in college, then I highly suggest that you use this to help you get a better grade in your classes. My suggested strategy in doing this is that you try to watch as much as you can during your academic breaks before actually taking the classes. Doing this will make the actual class feel more like review, because it is, and you will theoretically be able to do better in the long run.

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