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Economics (L100): The systematic study of the production, conservation and allocation of resources in conditions of scarcity, together with the organisational frameworks related to these processes.

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Link Entrepreneurs, Innovation and Economic Growth

Luke Johnson talks at the LSE in October 2011 in relation to how entrepreneurs who set up firms also create jobs and stimulates the economy.

Economic Growth, Entrepreneurs, Innovation, Economic Stimulus view
Link The Mexican Economy and Future Prospects

The Mexican Minister of Finance discusses the Mexican economy and its future prospects in an LSE public lecture. This lecture is available in...

Mexican Economy, Prospects view
Link Principles of Economics

Online downloadable 1st year undergraduate level introduction to Economics including both Microeconomics and Macroeconomics.

Analysis, Concepts, Economic crisis, Economics, Economy view
Link Principles of Microeconomics

Online video lectures on introductory level Microeconomics. Website includes problem sets, quizzes and final exam

Analytical skills, Analysis, Online course, Microeconomics view
Link Counting the Fingers of Adam Smith's Invisible Hand

Professor Rae of Yale University discusses Adam Smith's idea that markets work best with no government interference.

Adam Smith, The Invisible hand, The Market Mechanism, Efficiency view
Link Economic Crises

Introduction to concerns regarding medium term macroeconomic volatility with a specific emphasis on the role of the assets market.

Economic crisis, Economy, Economics view
Link Economic Applications of Game Theory 2005

This course is an introduction to the game theory tools of analysis. Game theory has applications in the fields of Biology, Computer Science,...

Game Theory, Probability, Calculus, Intermediate Economic Analysis, Economic and Political Applications, Downloadable material view
Link Lectures on Human Capital

A series of video lectures given by the Nobel Prize winning Economist, Gary Becker of the University of Chicago which evaluates the theory of...

Human Capital, Economics, Analysis, Evaluation view
Link Keynes v Hayek LSE Public Lecture May 2011

Debate on how to emerge from the global credit crunch of 2008 from two economic viewpoints, Keynes and Hayek.
Speakers include: Professor...

Economic crisis, Keynes, Hayek view
Link Financial Crisis and Economic Recession

In this audio lecture Professor Jesús Huerta de Soto considers how the banking crisis and the global credit crunch of 2008 could have been...

Mises, Hayek, Banking Crisis, Economic crisis view
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