Video and Audio Lectures in Industrial Economics

Richard Schmalensee, MIT

Video lectures, PDF lecture slides and some assessment questions from a 22-lecture course taught at MIT in 2012. The main sections of the course are ""Energy Systems and Policies: Overview", "The Climate Problem", "Household and Organization Decision-Making", "Primary Energy & Electric Power", and "Public Policies: Determinants & Processes".

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Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok, George Mason University

Online course consisting of 41 Youtube videos (totalling about 4 hours), online self-tests and forum capabilities for asking questions. The course addresses the economics of media industries, media bias, regulation and other governmental actions, and how media related to economic development. Six of the video lectures are given by guest speakers, addressing topics including media bias, net neutrality, and the market for newspapers.

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European Commission

A playlist on an official European Commission YouTube channel collects videos from 2014 about the concept of a circular economy. These include long (11 minute) and short (3 minute) versions of a documentary about the Commission's policy of moving towards a circular economy. There is also a talk on the subject by Janez Potocnik, European Commissioner for Environment.

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Study skills for Economics students

Our site Studying Economics has tips including writing and referencing, revision, and help with maths.

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