Let’s talk about…Global Economics

Global Economics – for all. (Comes with booklet)

This – initially – is a short course. Only the month of August is covered. The course will be added to during the coming year and thus provide a ‘rolling Economics discussion’.

What you’ll learn

  • An overview of global events for a particular month.
  • Through discussion, an update on global events.
  • Practical application of Economics through looking at global events.
  • An understanding of the economic role of their own country.

Course Content

  • Friendly advice –> 1 lecture • 5min.
  • Short course Diploma –> 1 lecture • 4min.
  • Introduction –> 1 lecture • 3min.
  • August –> 10 lectures • 1hr 7min.

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Requirements

  • Patience.
  • Willingness to do own research.
  • Willingness to fully participate in discussions.
  • An interest in the economies of other countries.

This – initially – is a short course. Only the month of August is covered. The course will be added to during the coming year and thus provide a ‘rolling Economics discussion’.

Discussion IS the key. ‘Let’s talk about Economics’ is exactly that – a course made up of:

  • Educational Announcements
  • Lectures as up to date as possible
  • A booklet accompanying each month with data response questions in AND all the links (thus saving you time!)
  • The Q/A section

The Q/A section is where the discussions take place – discussions where the lectures are merely the starting point. This is an Economics course for those who wish to:

  • Learn more about Economics in general
  • Learn through discussion
  • Learn about the economies of other countries and the possible impact on your own country

Each month – at the end – there will be new lectures; a new booklet; new discussions. Whenever you join the course you will be able to look back at the Q/A and see how economies have progressed, how the effects of economic policies have been felt elsewhere.

As the course includes a booklet for each month, you will be able to build a collection of ‘monthly global economics’ supplemented by YOUR input – and the input of others.

Let’s talk about Economics – together.

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