Economics and Business Studies
Are you an economist or a businessman? Educational videos in Economics & Business Studies will open so many doors for you. Classes on macroeconomics, microeconomics, the economics of the environment, econometrics, algebra, statistics, business and other economic sciences are conducted by university professors, PhDs sciences and successful businessmen. Look, learn and move forward towards the goal!
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Hi, everyone! I teach economics at college and MBA students, and this is my online project to put a lot of that material (and more) online. So far, I have a bunch of introductory microeconomics videos, a good number of introductory macroeconomics videos, and a few videos on more advanced topics. In addition, I am working on a "Practice Problem of the Day" project, which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like- for introductory microeconomics for now.
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is one of the foremost social science universities in the world. LSE is a specialist university with an international intake and a global reach. Its research and teaching span the full breadth of the social sciences, from economics, politics, and law to sociology, anthropology, accounting, and finance.
When I was studying Economics at A Level and at University, I often wondered why, given the current state of technology and communication, there were never any recordings of class or lecture content. The revision was difficult, grasping key concepts was at times difficult - it was hard to stay ahead of the game. Now as a Head of Economics at the Boarding School Kent College in beautiful Canterbury, I have the opportunity to fill that void by making Economics tutorial videos suitable for students at AS, A, and IB Level. I also post videos to best guide exam technique to aid revision for those all-important exams, all for the benefit of students; enjoy!
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, The Economist posts videos that give authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology and the connections between them. We're also producing full films such as The Disrupters, an original series exploring how major industries—from music and cars to hospitality—are currently being disrupted by the latest wave of digital innovation. As well as enjoying privileged access to the world biggest tech startups we show how industry giants respond when faced with such tech-driven innovation—do they adapt—or die?
At Marginal Revolution University, we believe that economics has the power to change the way you see the world. We’re on a mission to help you discover your inner economist, one bite-sized video at a time. Join us every Tuesday as we release a new video that explores everything from fundamental economic concepts to life’s big questions. You can learn the basics of supply and demand, which career is right for you, the ins-and-outs of economic growth, or how to invest like an economist -- all from one channel.
The terror of class 12 business studies. Is now come to an end
I'm Jacob Clifford and I'm a teacher, YouTuber, entrepreneur, and education consultant from San Diego, California. I'm also the co-host of Crash Course Economics. I make videos to help people everywhere understand economics and help them appreciate the "dismal science".
The economics channel of MyBookSucks, a company dedicated to visual explanations of algebra, trig, calculus, statistics, and economics.
This channel is a real treasure box, as it gives access to full courses in lectures, recorded live. The channel covers Econometrics, Monetary Theory, and Policy, History of Economic Thought and much more.
Video lessons for introductory Economics students, focusing on Micro, Macro, and International Economics topics.
Hi guys, my name is Andrei Polgar and through my One Minute Economics channel, I do my best to teach people economics in an easy-to-understand manner. As you watch my videos, you'll notice I don't define. Instead, I explain and I try to do it in a way that ensures you won't forget what you've just learned after a week or a month. Unfortunately, economics isn't being taught properly. Time and time again, people thank me for the work I do and say they *finally* understand economics after watching my videos. From economics students who are sick and tired of passing their exams but not really "getting" economics to non-economists who understand how important the things I'm teaching are and how much they affect their day-to-day lives, my audience is pretty diverse.