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MasterClass – Paul Krugman Teaches Economics and Society
Nobel Prize-Winner Paul Krugman, economics is not a set of answers—it’s a way of understanding the world. In his economics MasterClass, Paul This course teaches you the fundamental principles of political leadership and social issues such as access to health care and tax debates, globalization, and globalization. and Polarization in politics Increase your ability to see between the lines and Learn how to decipher the economics that are at work.
The class will cover the following topics
Each class has an in-Downloadable workbook in depth
Meet your new instructor: Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman. Paul will cover many of the issues you see in the headlines everyday—and It will help you understand it all.
2. What Is It? Economics?
Paul believes that at its heart, economics is about people—how they earn a living and They spend their income.
3. Two Principles Fundamental to Economics
First—people respond to incentives. Second—each transaction has an equal give and take. Paul Breaks down economic thinking into two main principles and Each is explained in detail.
4. Major Economic Innovations
Paul This guide will take you through the history and theories of Adam Smith’s economic thought. and John Maynard Keynes to make an important point—you have to understand the past to improve the future.
5. Understanding macroeconomics and the Fed and IS-LM (Wonkish).
Learn more about how the Federal Reserve works in order to maintain a healthy economy and Information about its theoretical framework to guide its decisions.
6. How ‘08 Happened
Learn about market patterns and Unregulated financial activities led to the Great Depression’s worst financial crisis. and How to prepare for an uncertain economic future
7. The Economic Theory of Crises
These concepts were used in Japan’s 1998 crash. and The 2008 recession in the USA.
8. Economic Solutions for Crises
Paul Details on monetary and fiscal solutions, including how to rethink deficit spending. and How to prepare for the next crisis
9. Inequality: The Growing Gap
The increasing income gap is a threat to the well-being part of our economy. Find out the history of economic inequalities and how race is always connected. and Economic effects of growing older boomer vs. becoming a millennial.
10. Our Divided: Inequality Society
Learn more about social media and Our inequalities have cultural consequences and There are many ways you can advocate for a more egalitarian society.
11. Understanding Taxes
Paul Explore the data behind “supply side” The 2017 tax cuts and their potential impact on taxation and What the American tax plan means for each one of us.
12. The Economics Technological Progress
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Learn about the effects of technological expansion on the labor market and the economy in general. and for each individual citizen.
13. The Problems in Health Care
American lives are centered on health care and American economy. Paul Reduces the economics of private health care markets and This explains two “market killers” Our current system.
14. Health Care: The Solutions
We will use examples from Canada and the UK to illustrate this. and Switzerland, Paul This article examines three different approaches to universal healthcare and identifies the positives and Each has its own challenges
15. Theories of Trade (Wonkish).
Through a discussion on his Nobel Prize-The New Trade Theory is a great idea. Paul The history is explained and Trade continues to have an impact on the economy.
16. Understanding the Hyperglobalized world
Globalization has forever changed how we communicate and do business. Paul Discusses the transformative technologies which led to efficient global commerce and the impact of those developments on our country’s economy.
17. China: The Disruptive Magic
Paul explains China’s rapid economic growth and Learn more about how the influx and export of their goods impacts economies and Global rules for trade
18. Economic Geography
Silicon Valley is an example to follow Paul It is clear that economics can also control the movement of people.
19. Reading Economics
Paul This book teaches you how read and To stay on top of economic developments, you need to interpret them. Discover his personal tools and There are techniques to spot critical and accurate information in the breaking news.
20. Economists See the World
For PaulBeing an economist requires you to think critically and Learning from others. Learn from him his critical thinking method, such as how to find natural experiments and think beyond your biases. and Use the information you have at your disposal.
21. Writing Economics
His column can be used “Myths of Austerity,” Paul He demonstrates how he uses current events and language. and Continue reading to help the reader understand complex topics and provide more information. and engaged.
Paul The class concludes with some advice for future activists and Policy makers and those who want to be more informed citizens should remember to be aware, to read, and to listen. and to be an active member of society.
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- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level All levels
- Students 248
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