By ravi dandotiya•
Nov 30, 2018
this course provide step by step guide to the economics i loved it
By Harriet Kos•
Nov 20, 2018
Essay reviews do not work the way it should
By Abhay Sehgal•
Oct 11, 2018
Amazing. My wife loves it
By PRATIK GHOSH•
Sep 01, 2018
Excellent module... Lots of insights... Without much economics background,this course has enlightened me for further research in various topics ..very good facilitators..
By Amit Vats•
May 07, 2018
Wonderfully compiled course. I had no interest in economics prior to this, and now I am quite happy I did this.
By Virginia Paula Silva Nykänen•
Mar 26, 2018
Extremely good! I have been looking for a different career path because I was feeling that my interests and skills were not been contemplated in my original field, natural science. I dare now to say that I found my way. Irene is an amazing instructor and an inspiring figure!
By Domenico Brambati•
Feb 22, 2018
This is by far the worst course I have ever attended on Coursera. The quality of the content in the videos is very low; there are no slides available to download; the tutorials are very trivial.
By Aarti Walia•
Feb 04, 2018
It was a very enriching and wonderful learning experience for me... Many concepts of economics were clarified in clear and lucid manner.This was my first online course and I really enjoyed listening to the lectures and tutorial videos were great too.
Thank Ypu for the enlightenment.
By HEMENDRA SINGH BISHT•
Jan 25, 2018
Excellent course on Theories on economics which has given un the insight of economics via various theory. Really useful to understand many financial aspects / issues on different prospective
By Ali Gröch•
Jan 09, 2018
I watched the first couple of lectures and it seems messy and unorganised. Worst part is the absence of references whatsoever. Critiques to what they called neoclassical theory, which I suppose is the mainstream one, are based mainly on straw man.
For example the lesson on households talks mainly about gender stereotypes, which of course are interesting, but then it really makes me wonder what the professor wanted to discuss. Second, and worst of all, with a completely cooked up example the professor claims neoclassical economics posits gender stereotypes are good for the economy, whereas with some other theory this is not true anymore. This is ludicrous at best. This is really not what economics is about. Look up for a course on history of economic thought instead. There are plenty available online, or better, get a book.