Here’s a free college course on Free Market Economics
If you’re teaching high school in your homeschool, you’re probably interested in teaching him or her about financial concepts It’s important to teach them about family budgeting (why wasn’t that taught in my school?!), but it’s also important to teach them how the capitalism and the free market work.
The course, Economics 101: the Principles of Free Market Economics includes the following lectures, given by two professors from Hillsdale College:
- Free Market Economics and the American Founding
- How Markets Work
- Understanding Demand
- Supply and Equilibrium
- The Role of Profit
- Incentive and the “Information Problem”
- Keynesianism and Macroeconomics
- Monetary Theory
- Case Study: The Great Recession
- Restoring Economic Liberty
There is also a Final Exam, which may be completed for a Certificate of Completion (not for transferable college credit, as this course is free).
How to Get this free economics 101 college course:
Visit Economics 101: The Principles of Free Market Economics to immediately begin listening to the lectures.
Hillsdale College has been around for over 170 years. They record their lecture series on a variety of subjects, including history, the writings of Jane Austen, the writings of Mark Twain, and many others.