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Economics is a social science that studies how societies allocate resources to satisfy their wants and needs. It involves the analysis of production, consumption, and distribution of goods and services. The field of economics is broadly divided into two main branches: microeconomics, which focuses on individual agents and their interactions, and macroeconomics, which examines the economy as a whole.

One of the fundamental concepts in economics is the law of supply and demand, which states that the price of a good or service will tend to adjust to balance the quantity supplied and the quantity demanded. Economists use models and theories to study the behavior of markets and economies, and to make predictions about the impact of different policies and interventions.

Economics has important applications in a wide range of fields, from public policy and business strategy to international relations and environmental sustainability. It provides a framework for understanding how different economic systems work, and how economic decisions can affect individuals and society as a whole. As such, a solid understanding of economics is essential for anyone interested in working in fields such as finance, public policy, or social entrepreneurship.

5 Courses

Fiscal Policy in Economics

10 units

This guided study course is designed to introduce individuals to fiscal policy in economics. The course will cover the basics of fiscal policy, its impact on the economy, and the tools used to implement it.

Fundamentals of Economics

53 units

This guided study course is designed for individuals with no prior knowledge of economics. It covers all aspects of economics to provide a comprehensive understanding of the subject.

Introduction to Basics of Economics

20 units

This guided study course aims to provide an introduction to the fundamental concepts of economics. It covers topics such as supply and demand, market structures, macro and microeconomics, and international trade.

The Great Divergence Debate in Economic History

3 units

This guided study course will provide an introduction to the Great Divergence Debate in Economic History, exploring the question of why some countries became rich while others remained poor. We will examine the theories and evidence surrounding this debate, and consider the implications for economic development policies today.

Understanding Monetary Policy

10 units

This course provides an in-depth understanding of monetary policy and its implementation.

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