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E.g., 2016-06-05
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В курсе изучаются основы экономической теории рынка труда, объясняющие поведение основных участников рынка труда – домохозяйств, фирм и государства.

Average: 6.5 (4 votes)
May 11th 2016

In this class, we will derive equilibrium outcomes across a variety of market structures. We will begin by understanding equilibrium under a market structure called Perfect Competition, a benchmark construction. Economists have tools to measure the efficiency of market outcomes. We next consider the polar extreme of a competitive market: a monopoly market. We will determine the monopoly equilibrium price and quantity and efficiency properties. Much economic activity takes place in markets with just a handful of very large producers. To understand equilibrium in these oligopoly markets requires more careful attention to strategic interdependence. To capture this interdependence, we consider collusive arrangements among a small number of rivals as well as the use of simple game theoretic techniques to model equilibrium. Market Failure describes situations where markets fail to find the efficient outcome. Information asymmetries are one fertile form of market failure. Another form of market failure occurs when externalities are present. We will examine one key externality, pollution, and construct a policy prescription to mitigate the negative efficiency impacts of this externality.

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May 11th 2016

Chômage, mondialisation, dettes, crise, ubérisation : l’économie est partout dans les médias, mais les explications proposées ne sont pas toujours facilement compréhensibles. Pourtant, nous sommes tous des acteurs de l’économie : nous consommons, nous cherchons un emploi, nous épargnons (quand nous le pouvons).

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May 11th 2016

A course on the macroeconomic accounts, their interrelationships, and the analysis of economic developments. How healthy is the state of the economy? How can economic policy help support or restore health to the economy? These questions are at the heart of financial programming. In our FPP courses you will learn the building blocks of how to answer to these questions.

Average: 10 (2 votes)
May 9th 2016

Learn the fundamental principles of trading off risk and return, portfolio optimization, and security pricing—useful skills and concepts to have when making both corporate and personal financial decisions. Also explore market efficiency and firm valuation techniques.

Average: 8.2 (5 votes)
May 9th 2016

Have you ever wanted to invest in financial markets, but were always afraid that you didn’t have the proper tools or knowledge to make informed decisions? Have you ever wondered how investment management companies operate and what fund managers do? AXA Investment Managers, in partnership with HEC Paris, will introduce you to the most important ideas and concepts in investment management, to help you better understand your financial future.

Average: 6.5 (13 votes)
May 9th 2016

Learn the key facets of cost analysis. Topics will include types of costs, cost behavior, costing system design, activity-based costing, and cost-volume-profit analysis.

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May 9th 2016

This course in the Healthcare Marketplace specialization gives the learner an in-depth view of the intellectual property creation that is vital to creating breakthrough technologies. Included is an understanding of the strategy deployed for pricing drugs and new technologies as well as the market sizing exercise to identify where future research and development investments should be made.

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May 9th 2016

The course builds on my Introduction to Financial Accounting course, which you should complete first. In this course, you will learn how to read, understand, and analyze most of the information provided by companies in their financial statements. These skills will help you make more informed decisions using financial information.

Average: 6.6 (5 votes)
May 9th 2016

Learn how to use key finance principles to understand and measure business success and to identify and promote true value creation.

Average: 8 (7 votes)
May 9th 2016

Learn how managerial accounting is used to facilitate and guide business decisions. Topics will include planning (e.g., budgets), variance analysis, and overall performance measurement.

Average: 3 (3 votes)
May 9th 2016

We live in a world of intensifying global relationships, one in which international business has become the key determinant of economic development and prosperity. This course, Global Business Environment, Part I, introduces students to a fundamental understanding of the socioeconomic political, cultural, and linguistic environment in which international businesses operate.

Average: 5 (3 votes)
May 3rd 2016

Un MOOC, desarrollado en colaboración con la Universidad de los Andes de Colombia (UNIANDES), donde diferentes visiones y profesiones se unen para construir alternativas que ayudan a comprender la crisis mundial del agua.

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May 2nd 2016

This course is a rigorous introduction to alternative methods of valuation and will enable the learner to conduct analysis of most projects and companies. This course will also serve useful to anyone interested in, or required to, critically evaluating project and company analyses conducted by experts.

Average: 5.3 (12 votes)
May 2nd 2016

In this course, you will dive into the concepts of rationality and irrationality and understand how they impact our investment decisions and what the consequences can be at the market level. You will first explore the different biases that we, as humans, are subjected to when facing investment decisions and how they may impact the outcomes of these decisions.

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May 2nd 2016

We make economics decisions every day: what to buy, whether to work or play, what to study. We respond to markets all the time: prices influence our decisions, markets signal where to put effort, they direct firms to produce certain goods over others. Economics is all around us. This course is an introduction to the microeconomic theory of markets: why we have them, how they work, what they accomplish.

Average: 1 (1 vote)
May 2nd 2016

In this course in the Healthcare Marketplace specialization you will identify, define, and describe potential business and public policy solutions to the challenges facing society’s growing demand for health services. Students will master a body of knowledge on the health care sectors major components through reading and reflection.

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May 2nd 2016

How can you put data to work for you? Specifically, how can numbers in a spreadsheet tell us about present and past business activities, and how can we use them to forecast the future? The answer is in building quantitative models, and this course is designed to help you understand the fundamentals of this critical, foundational, business skill. Through a series of short lectures, demonstrations, and assignments, you’ll learn the key ideas and process of quantitative modeling so that you can begin to create your own models for your own business or enterprise.

Average: 10 (2 votes)
May 2nd 2016

This course is a theoretically sound and practical exposure to valuation. As the final course of the Specialization, it will be useful to anyone in understanding, conducting or critically evaluating project and company analyses conducted by experts.

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May 2nd 2016

Welcome to the exciting world of Healthcare Delivery Providers! This second course in the Healthcare Marketplace Specialization will help you understand the various providers of healthcare across the U.S. delivery continuum. We will explore the unique value proposition of the various providers- from hospitals and clinics to physicians to community based providers. We will dissect this important value chain using various lenses such as- site of care delivery, people who provide the care and payers who pay for care. You will also learn about the challenges facing these providers and the innovations they are creating in order to help transform this important industry.

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