We make economics decisions every day: what to buy, whether to work or play, what to study. We respond to markets all the time: prices influence our decisions, markets signal where to put effort, they direct firms to produce certain goods over others. Economics is all around us.
Microeconomics: The Power of Markets
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I really liked this course. The lecturer is able to convey terminologies clearly in a short time. The problems are more sophisticated and worth time thinking instead of just toy questions.
I really enjoyed the clarity with which the concepts were taught. I loved the examples and I thought they were very helpful and made the concepts so much easier to understand.
Really good, clear content, no surprises in the exam questions - but no free lunch either. A good balance that makes learning relatively easy but critical thinking necessary.
Thanks for the professional details of this course. And I think the numerical examples provided by Professor Rebecca give me good understanding about the power of markets.
Nice lecture and quizzes. Easy to follow and very encouraging for those who is new to coursera or has failed to finish online courses within deadline before (like me).
Nice introductory course for microeconomics. Course provides simple and easy explanations for demand and supply, elasticity, effects of tax and subsidies on market.
This is great course for newbies to microeconomics. If you want to excel at this course, you should buy or rent the suggested book to fully grasp the concepts.
Excellent course to get an initial understanding of Micro economics. This course is really well structured and taught excellently by Rebecca and her team.
The quizzes were easy. There wasn't an explanation to why some of my quiz answers were wrong. Excellent teaching but the assignments need a lot of work.
Thanks for your efforts to make this course. I had zero knowledge on economics before and I learned a lot in this course within a short period of time.
Great course for beginners in economics, though I think it'd be more helpful to explain concepts and their implications in more depth and detail.
Excellent course, even for beginners. The course is very interesting and engaging and the concepts are explained quite comprehensively.
Loved it! The concepts was so simple that I found this once-intimidating topic very enjoyable and I am ready to learn more on the same.
Very informative, Simple and practical numerical examples.\n\nDiscussion after course with the mentors are even great.\n\nThank You !
Excellent course. Imparted great knowledge. Loved the videos-short in length but high on expertise. Wish I could teach like that.
very usfule course. It might need some explinations for how to do the math for each subject. I recommande it for begginars.
Some really useful content covered in this course, which gets you thinking about supply and demand in a market.
i want a free course that certificate can be use for my personal performance like interview and my skills growt
This is an excellent course for MBA and Business learners. Thanks to Rebecca Stein for her excellent work.
Great course! Professor Stein explains everything clearly and with a lot of examples. Highly recommended.
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