MIT’s Introduction to Economics: A Free Online Course

From MIT comes a free intro­duc­to­ry under­grad­u­ate course on Micro­eco­nom­ics. Taught by Pro­fes­sor Jonathan Gru­ber, the 25-lec­ture course cov­ers the fun­da­men­tals of micro­eco­nom­ics, includ­ing “sup­ply and demand, mar­ket equi­lib­ri­um, con­sumer the­o­ry, pro­duc­tion and the behav­ior of firms, monop­oly, oli­gop­oly, wel­fare eco­nom­ics, pub­lic goods, and exter­nal­i­ties.” Watch the lec­tures above (or on YouTube). Find the syl­labus and lec­tures notes on MIT’s site. Cours­era also offers a host of oth­er econ cours­es.

Prin­ci­ples of Micro­eco­nom­ics will be added to the Eco­nom­ics sec­tion of our meta list, 1,700 Free Online Cours­es from Top Uni­ver­si­ties.

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