MIT’s Introduction to Economics: A Free Online Course


From MIT comes a loose introductory undergraduate route on Microeconomics. Taught via Professor Jonathan Gruber, the 25-lecture route covers the basics of microeconomics, together with “provide and insist, marketplace equilibrium, client principle, manufacturing and the habits of companies, monopoly, oligopoly, welfare economics, public items, and externalities.” Watch the lectures above (or on YouTube). Find the syllabus and lectures notes on MIT’s site. A MOOC version of the same course can be found on edX. Coursera additionally provides a host of other econ courses.

Principles of Microeconomics will likely be added to the Economics phase of our meta listing, 1,500 Free Online Courses from Top Universities.

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