International Economics: A Comprehensive Economics Course
A Course Designed to Give You a Better Understanding International Business–Perfect for University and Adult Learners!
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Adrien Della Valle –
Another great course from Brad, very clear and enthusiastic and it’s true it definitely helps to understand the world around us.
Madeline Pilbeam –
Again, a really great course from Brad.
International economics can be very broad based, so this course is engaging and a positive learning experience that gets straight to the heart of the subject.
Hey, thanks a lot for the great series of courses. I’m not an economics student (and far from being a student overall) but I wish to expand my general knowledge of how the world works and to be able to take more informed personal financial decisions. I went through 3 of your courses (micro-, macro- and international) and it pretty much satisfied my desire to fill the gaps and to organize whatever chaotic and fragmented knowledge I had.
I also certainly see the improvement of teaching style throughout these 3 courses. At first it was quite sparse for me in terms of content density, simplifications, repetitiveness and somewhat annoying habits (“rolling on” in the end of each video, in particular, but OK, this happens with other courses too), but the international economics course is almost up to my expectations. I would still like it to be more in-depth is it leaves a feeling that it is made suitable for schoolchildren and not for educated adults. Maybe if you want to preserve the lightness of the course it could be achieved through optional videos that expand on every topic, have more hardcore details and are more densely packed with information. I still feel like a lot of ground was not covered. For example, I expected to hear about countries debts and defaults and how it affects their trading partners, investments etc., some historical examples of that; effect of wars; or how economic integration works with fiscal and monetary policies, how all of this combines with inflation and maybe some examples of business and debt cycles and dissecting historical events like 2008 crisis. Also for previous courses, supply/demand graphs and explanations seemed to be oversimplified and I was missing some alternatives to neoclassical and Keynesian approaches.
In general, I did like your informal way of presenting and have now built a solid base for going more in depth on my own. Thanks a lot!
Ghawsodin Haidari –
This course is amazing and it is well equipped with comprehensive notes as well. Moreover, the professor teach the course well and makes the complex topics looks simple.
Sandro Balestrino –
Lesson 4: The free trade diagram –
This was a fantastic lecture!
? – the author constantly mentions lecture notes in the downloads but I have been unable to locate these…
Ghoshal Shah –
It is a good course for any person who wants to learn about international economics.
Xiaoling Wang –
Well explained, simplified, and funny
Hasan Abdulla –
The tutor presented the course in a captivating and informative manner. Many if not all the issues in International Economics were explained clearly and simplified for the students of this course.
Andreas Laskaris –
Can’t construct a full sentence about how good this tutor is. All of his courses are 100% recommended. Helped me with my MBA more than anything!
Chea Krouch –
He is enthusiastic and concise
Dilash Muhammed –
I am halfway through this course and lectures are very informative . It’s so easy to comprehend.
James Nandhra –
I have now had the pleasure of completing two of Brad’s courses. Without any doubt, his courses are by far the best Economics courses available on Udemy. I highly recommend them to anyone who wants or needs to learn this subject.