It’s been my 4th and favorite course on coursera one so far! Very short interesting videos with great explanation and great visual demonstration by having a transperent board in front of the teacher!
Excellent course on the principles of markets and the effects of taxes and subsidies. Really enjoyed it and learned a lot. You definitely start to see the world around you in a different way.
By Ishola M•
The presentations are preety nice
By Tejal J•
Its helpful !
By Manoj A•
By Jinchen L•
By Pranav B•
By William A H•
By Brian B•
While Professor Stein is obviously very intelligent and knowledgeable in her field, I can honestly say that I am more confused about economics than before. This may be because I lack the basic mathematical skills required to complete the course. However, with an online course like this, there needs to be more practice and explanations with this level of required calculations. I passed the course but I don't feel more intelligent or well-versed in my knowledge of economics.
By Martijn S•
More reading material that is made available would be very helpful instead of just naming chapters you should read from a book you don't have, and better explanation of the questions that you did wrong would also be helpful.
By Michael T•
An explanation of the correct answers with applicable graphs would be more helpful than just a reference to a specific lecture. Possibly after a third try on an exam, providing this would be very helpful.
By sagar a•
I felt that the course was very slow. Average video length should have been set around 5 minutes because small length videos cause time loss when we move to the next topic.
By Lydia S•
Fantastic lectures, but quizzes are badly written and bear little relationship to the material covered.
By Siddharth N•
Average video is 2-3 minutes long. Very frustrating. Disrupts flow like crazy. Material is good.
By Sohun C S•
the quiz content didnt always correlate with the lessons
By Stephen D•
IT'S PRONOUNCED "CURVE".
The teacher is incapable of pronouncing the letter 'r', making lectures infuriating.