Economics Courses

1. The Circular Economy

The Circular Economy

What and Where Are the Opportunities for Entrepreneurs?
Content:
- After taking this course
- you will understand what the circular economy is
- where it originated
- how to discover new circular ideas and how to create value.
- You will also discover where to look for financing and how to take the first step.
- I saved the best for the end.

2. Economics: Market Forces of demand, supply and equilibrium

Economics: Market Forces of demand, supply and equilibrium

Economics: Analyzing Demand, Supply, and Market Equilibrium with real life case studies.
Content:
- This course is structured in the most simplest way for anyone who is interested to learn market forces. Through demand
- supply and equilibrium
- you will be abale to analyze any changes in any market forces in any specific market.

3. The economic model of emerging countries - Michael Spence

The economic model of emerging countries - Michael Spence

Understanding Economics. Learn how the world works and why it is the way it it.
Content:
- 17 masterclasses and 1 hour and more of content
- You will learn which the new emerging countries are at the dawn of the third millennium
- You will learn about economic phases of development and recession in the different historical periods

4. The Most Comprehensive (60 hrs! ) Economics Course (Diploma)

The Most Comprehensive (60 hrs! ) Economics Course (Diploma)

Oxford Diploma in Economics: India, USA, Australia, S. Africa, Islam and Economics - a serious course for hard workers!
Content:
- This is the ONLY Udemy course to offer the Oxford Diploma for Economics
- How you learn by joining in the 3000 discussions! (As at August 2021)
- Trumponomics vs Bidenomics

5. Economics in 10 Principles

Economics in 10 Principles

Learn how to apply 10 principles of economics to every day life decisions whether its professional or personal.
Content:
- An overview of what Economics is all about based on individual decision making
- interaction on the market
- and how the economy works.
- At the end of the course
- students will be able to make better decisions
- have a deeper understanding of they make their own decisions
- how people interact on the market and how the economy as a whole works by using these ten simple tools.

6. The Macroeconomics Course 2022

The Macroeconomics Course 2022

Aggregate Output and Economic Growth. Business Cycles. Monetary and Fiscal Policy. International Trade and Capital Flows
Content:
- Acquire a solid understanding of key economic relationships
- Understand business cycles
- Explain economic growth indicators

7. Behavioral Economics & Consumer Psychology in Marketing

Behavioral Economics & Consumer Psychology in Marketing

Learn how to apply some of the most powerful principles from consumer psychology to increase conversions
Content:
- The nitty-gritty of the 3 of the most powerful psychological principles (Loss aversion
- Fairness
- Choice overload)
- Different ways of how to apply each of them into your ads
- landing pages
- emails
- sales funnels
- and everything in between
- Dos and don’ts for each principle
- (especially what to beware of so that you don’t sound gimmicky)

8. Oxford Diploma in Microeconomics/Business courses ( 45 hrs)

Oxford Diploma in Microeconomics/Business courses ( 45 hrs)

Micro economics (Oxford Diploma) — Accredited; basic upwards (includes Business Microeconomics)
Content:
- Explain how to interpret elasticity
- Using demand and supply
- illustrate price determination
- Examine the impact of tax/subsidies

9. Introduction to the economics of public services regulation

Introduction to the economics of public services regulation

A smooth introduction to the complex theory and practice of the regulation of public services
Content:
- Understand WHY key essential public services need some regulatory supervision
- Learn HOW to think through the regulatory needs as an economist
- Have a good sense of HOW to regulate WHAT and WHEN

10. Econ 101: The Complete Intro to Economics For Beginners

Econ 101: The Complete Intro to Economics For Beginners

Economics 101: Economics Made Easy For You! Become an Economics Pro With This Course
Content:
- Learn From A Top Rated Instructor Who Has Been Teaching On Udemy Since 2013 and Taught Over 100
- 000 Students!
- Discuss Economics Intelligently
- Resources and Scarcity

11. Oxford Diploma in Macroeconomics

Oxford Diploma in Macroeconomics

(40 hrs) Macroeconomics: 2021 Budgets; USA Economy, government policies, workbooks, multiple choice tests...
Content:
- The USA Economy analysed
- 2021 Budget + analysis
- Comparisons with other economies

12. Basics of Economics A Complete Study

Basics of Economics A Complete Study

Learn basics of economics useful for real life application
Content:
- Understand What is Economics
- Understand Difference between Micro Economics and Macro Economics
- Understand Theory of Demand

13. The Ultimate Oil & Gas Economics Course

The Ultimate Oil & Gas Economics Course

Upstream, Midstream, Downstream
Content:
- Understand Economic Parameters.
- Understand the whole process relating oil & gas segments (Upstream
- Midstream
- Downstream).
- Understand the hydrocarbon composition
- quality standards
- economic value.

14. The key metric of pricing in Economics: Elasticity

The key metric of pricing in Economics: Elasticity

Economics-The complete course on Elasticity and its business aspect
Content:
- Having a deeper understanding of elasticity
- one of the key metrics of pricing
- Quantitative analysis and qualitative factors that influence price elasticity
- Business aspect of price elasticity considering pricing decisions
- total revenue
- cost and tax incidence

15. What is Economics?

What is Economics?

For any curious student or adult!
Content:
- Learn the basic foundations of economics as a science.

16. January- a month of sales : Economic Analysis

January- a month of sales : Economic Analysis

(Includes Oxford Diploma) Buy one get 5 million free.....? But does that make it right? (Workbook included)
Content:
- Black Friday - who gains?
- Black Friday - who loses?
- Types of pricing policy