[Note: This post is adapted from this post.]
A few days ago, I learned that two economics professors at George Mason University were starting an online course in the same vein as Stanford. As they’re economics professors, naturally, you’d expect that the course is on economics (it is). In fact, the two professors (Alex Tabarrok and Tyler Cowen) describe the course as:
This course covers theory and empirics and history for the economic growth of developing nations.
I have to say, I’m really excited for this course and I think you should be, too. As burgeoning MBA students, it’s important that we understand the things that affect the economy.
With this course from Marginal Revolution University, there are usually multiple videos for a given lesson. For instance, for the lesson on People (as in, leading thinkers on the economy), there are over 30 videos. There are also practice questions. Practice questions? Yes, practice questions. Meaning, the professors have included practice questions along with the videos to help the viewer interact with the material.
I’ve included the introduction video below.