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 Our Mobile Courses

We are creating courses that will be available as Apps in a number of operating systems. You will be able to customise your experience with three different levels:

(1) Core Concepts for those that want a general understanding of Economics;

(2) Extended Material for those that want more examples and mathematical models;

(3) Advanced Material for those that wish to have deeper academic focus.

Click on a course below to see its outline!

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MicroEconomics  (find our course on

Unit 1 - Demand and Supply


   Consumption Possibilities  (sample class)

   The Demand Curve  (sample class)

   The Supply Curve  (sample class)

   Market Equilibrium  (sample class)

   Shifts in Demand (sample class)

   Shifts in Supply  (sample class)

   Changes in Equilibrium  (sample class)

Unit 2 - Government Intervention


   Market Disequilibrium

   Price Controls

   Quantity Controls

   Cost Policies


Unit 3 - Elasticities


   Price Elasticity of Demand

   Price Elasticity of Supply

   Cross-Price Elasticity of Demand

   Cross-Price Elasticity of Supply

   Income Elasticity


Unit 4 - Theory of the Firm


   Short-Run Costs

   Long-Run Costs

   Profit Maximisation

   Industrial Organisation

   Perfect Competition


   Monopolistic Competition



Unit 5 - Maximisation Strategies



   Price Discrimination

   Market Failures

   Market Power


   Non-Excludable Products

   Asymmetric Information

   Government Failures

MacroEconomics  (pending)

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Unit 1 - Macroeconomic variables


​   Production Possibilities

   Production and Unemployment

   Consumer Price Index

   GDP Estimates

   GDP Deflator


Unit 2 - Aggregate Expenditure


   Equilibrium GDP


   Investment and Government

   Net Exports


Unit 3 - Short-Run


   Aggregate Demand

   Fiscal Policies

   Monetary Policies

   Aggregate Supply

   AS Policies

   Short-Run Equilibrium


Unit 4 - Long-Run ​


   Long-Run Equilibrium

   Long-Run Policies

   Depts and Deficits

   Dept-to-GDP Ratio

International Economics  /  Labour Economics  /  Economics of the Environment

After we complete MicroEconomics and MacroEconomics, we think that International Economics might be next, let us know what you need!

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