In our earlier blog posts we have already featured free online courses in econometrics, mathematics and statistics, as well as economics podcasts. Continuing the collection of resources to learn economics, we would like to share with you a list of YouTube channels, which could be useful for all students in Economics & Econometrics.
Unlike some Open Online Courses, YouTube lectures won’t offer you credits or statements of accomplishment and might be a less interactive way to study a desired subject, but they can offer a great set of additional and tutorial materials, which would support your learning process. The quality of some live recorded lectures might be slightly lower than those with slides or electronic chalk boards, but an advantage is that it can give you a feeling of physical presence in class, which is a rare opportunity in the age of online learning.
- Mark Thoma’s YouTube channel, from the author of Economist’s View, is a real treasure box, as it gives access to full courses in lectures, recorded live. The channel covers Econometrics, Monetary Theory and Policy, History of Economic Thought and much more. Read more