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Agosin Economics | Master's level

Economic Growth and Development


02 Aug 2021 — 20 Nov 2021

We review the main causes behind the success of some countries to reach high-income status and the failure of most to do so. We cover most of the issues of interest to low- and middle-income countries: institutions, liquidity constraints and financial markets, international financial issues and FDI, information externalities and coordination problems, human capital issues.
Syllabus: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rQjfqIkrsXhCrHH36iDbKVB8fig29ajB/view?usp=sharing


Prerequisites

Students are expected to have had intermediate Micro and Macroeconomics, and a working knowledge of Econometrics. This semester it is offered only in Spanish


Grading
This course will not be graded.

Class sessions (GMT-04:00) Santiago
  • Wednesday, 03:30 PM— 04:50 PM (Lecture)


Teacher
Professor of Economics Manuel
Course Website
Open
Mode of Participation
None
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ITAM Economics | Bachelor's level

Microeconometría Aplicada


05 Aug 2021 — 01 Dec 2021

[Este curso se dicta en es español]
Este curso busca acercar a los estudiantes a herramientas teóricas y prácticas de inferencia causal (es decir, determinar cuál es el efecto causal de un evento/política). La teoría que veremos es la básica que deben saber y el enfoque será en herramientas prácticas (i.e., programar en R).


Prerequisites

Un curso de econometría básica (curso que cubra lo básico de mínimos cuadrados ordinarios)


Grading scale

0-100%


Graded components

25% examen 1
25% examen 2
25% examen 3
25% Talleres y tareas


Class sessions (GMT-06:00) Mexico City
  • Tuesday, 04:00 PM— 05:30 PM (Lecture)
  • Thursday, 04:00 PM— 05:30 AM (Lecture)


Teacher
Dr. Mauricio Romero
Course Website
Open
Mode of Participation
None
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St. Xavier's College, Jaipur Economics | Bachelor's level

Macroeconomics


10 Aug 2021 — 28 Feb 2022

The course delves upon fundamental concepts of macroeconomics, various models and theories of macroeconomic development, and related concepts. The course is divided into three sections - first, it deals with a conceptual framework related to macroeconomic theory, second deals with various models like classical, Keynesian, and Neo-classical, third deals with macroeconomic variables like money supply, the consumption function, trade cycles, etc.


Prerequisites

Basic macroeconomic understanding at the high school level is desired but not mandatory.


Grading scale

Pass/Fail


Graded components

50% marks to be secured in exit test


Class sessions (GMT+05:30) New Delhi
  • Monday, 10:00 AM— 11:00 AM (Lecture)
  • Tuesday, 10:00 AM— 11:00 AM (Lecture)
  • Wednesday, 10:00 AM— 11:00 AM (Lecture)


Teacher
Mr Yashwardhan Singh
Course Website
Open
Mode of Participation
Active & Silent
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Eastern Visayas State University Economics | Bachelor's level

Disaster Risk Reduction and Education in Emergencies


17 Aug 2021 — 15 Dec 2021

The disaster risk reduction and education in emergencies will discuss climate change and environmental disasters, the effect of the disaster on the economy and society. At the end of the course, the student will be required to submit a cost-benefit analysis on the DRR program implementation of their respective local government unit or barangay.


Prerequisites


Grading scale

Passed - 1-100% 2-85% 3-75%
Failed - 5-74% and below


Graded components

60% - CBA output on DRR program implementation in their respective local government unit
20% - exam
20% - activity output per unit


Class sessions (GMT+08:00) Singapore
  • Tuesday, 02:30 PM— 04:00 PM (Lecture)


Teacher
Associate Professor 1 Maria Daisy L. Lagdamen
Course Website
Open
Mode of Participation
Silent only
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Baldwin Wallace University Economics | Bachelor's level

ECN-202-S02 Prin of Econ II Macroeconomics


23 Aug 2021 — 10 Dec 2021

Principles and problems of macroeconomics: national income, employment, inflation, economic growth, monetary and fiscal policies, international economics and alternative economic systems. VEE Approved Course by the Society of Actuaries.
08/23/2021-12/10/2021 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 08:20AM - 09:10AM, ONLINE, Room VIRTUAL


Prerequisites

Preq: ECN-201 Principles of Econ I Microeconomics


Grading
This course will not be graded.

Class sessions (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
  • Monday, 02:05 PM— 02:55 PM (Lecture)
  • Wednesday, 02:05 PM— 02:55 PM (Lecture)
  • Friday, 02:05 PM— 02:55 PM (Lecture)


Teacher
Full Professor and Chair of Economics Kay E. Strong
Course Website
Open
Mode of Participation
None
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Baldwin Wallace University Economics | Bachelor's level

ECN-202-S01 Prin of Econ II Macroeconomics


23 Aug 2021 — 10 Dec 2021

Principles and problems of macroeconomics: national income, employment, inflation, economic growth, monetary and fiscal policies, international economics and alternative economic systems. VEE Approved Course by the Society of Actuaries.
08/23/2021-12/10/2021 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 08:20AM - 09:10AM, ONLINE, Room VIRTUAL


Prerequisites

Principles of Econ I Microeconomics


Grading
This course will not be graded.

Class sessions (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
  • Monday, 08:20 PM— 09:10 AM (Lecture)
  • Wednesday, 08:20 AM— 09:10 AM (Lecture)
  • Friday, 08:20 AM— 09:10 AM (Lecture)


Teacher
Full Professor and Chair of Economics Kay E. Strong
Course Website
Open
Mode of Participation
None
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Bhayangkara Jakarta Raya University Economics | Bachelor's level

Organizational Behavior


28 Aug 2021 — 11 Dec 2021

The course aims to allow students understand theirselves and others in better way that can helps greatly in improving their inter-personal relations in the organizations. The knowledge of Organizational Behavior(OB) helps the managers know individual employees better and motivate employees to work for better results. One of the basics characteristics of OB is human in nature and tackles human problems humanly. It helps understand the cause of the problem, predicts its future of action and to learn how to predict human behavior and apply it in some useful way to make organization more effective. We will review one research designs that can under varied assumptions and with appropriate statistical models estimate these causal effects credibly .


Prerequisites

None


Grading
This course will not be graded.

Class sessions (GMT+07:00) Jakarta
  • Saturday, 09:00 AM— 10:00 AM (Lecture)


Teacher
Doctoral in Education Management Semuel Rusen Kabangnga
Mode of Participation
Silent only
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Shenandoah University Business | Bachelor's level

Intermediate Accounting I


30 Aug 2021 — 13 Dec 2021

The application of generally accepted accounting principles and the actions of FASB to the recording of financial data. A more sophisticated and detailed approach is demonstrated for income statement presentation and for classified statements of financial position. Additional topics include receivables, and accounting applications of the time value of money.


Prerequisites

Principles of Financial Accounting (or equivalent)


Grading scale

Distinction/Pass/Fail


Graded components

100% final assignment


Class sessions (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
  • Monday, 01:00 PM— 01:50 PM (Lecture)
  • Wednesday, 01:00 PM— 01:50 PM (Lecture)
  • Friday, 01:00 PM— 01:50 PM (Lecture)


Teacher
Associate Professor Martin Mulyadi
Mode of Participation
Active & Silent
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Shenandoah University Business | Bachelor's level

Principles of Financial Accounting


30 Aug 2021 — 13 Dec 2021

An introduction of the fundamentals of accounting which is a basic language of business (based on US GAAP). Journals, ledgers, adjusting entries and closing entries are introduced and utilized in the preparation of financial and operating statements of sole proprietorships and corporations.


Prerequisites


Grading scale

Distinction/Pass/Fail


Graded components

100% final assignment


Class sessions (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
  • Monday, 10:00 AM— 10:50 AM (Lecture)
  • Wednesday, 10:00 AM— 10:50 AM (Lecture)
  • Friday, 10:00 AM— 10:50 AM (Lecture)


Teacher
Associate Professor Martin Mulyadi
Mode of Participation
Active & Silent
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